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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Brandon Conway, May 7, 2008.
That’s the best guess I’ve seen today.
The specs for 1984 have been updated and now say that both scores are included.
I live for these!
I could be mistaken, but I believe that is a Paramount title and they don’t license out. Aaannd now I have that title song stuck in my head. Thanks!
Guys in socks and one looks like Francis Ford Coppola? Has to be THE COTTON CLUB!
Has eveeryone given up - or do y'all think Russell G got it? :>]
Before The Eyes of Orson Welles gets released on Criterion the documentary will be broadcast on TCM tomorrow night.
The Cotton Club would make sense because they are trying to get that out, Criterion was a rumored landing spot, and the legs of the bench form two C's but who is the bald guy in the hat, and how do the two of them sitting on a bench thinking about sitting on the same bench wearing crowns = The Cotton Club?
Is the clue meant to hint at more than one film?
An American Dream and King of the Beats
At 1:50:45 of this podcast, Joseph McBride confirms that Criterion will be putting out a physical release of The Other Side of the Wind.
That was hinted at in the January 1 cartoon.
I'm thinking I'm gonna ask if any of the guys in the "Custom Blu-ray Cover Art" thread will make me a custom cover of this one.
Perhaps you should ask for the complete series and don't be surprised if some producer type doesn't see them and make some Oscar(r) bait film for one of the streaming services
Great idea, Bryan!
I can get the entire series and put them all inside one of those bigger cases that hold a lot of discs (with a single custom cover).
I could get all those great titles in one convenient package:
Actually, if Criterion was smart, they'd release all these classics in a single, Limited Edition boxset and probably end up with a bigger seller than their comprehensive Bergman box set.
Speaking of the Projection Booth podcast, its host Mike White posted on reddit that Criterion is releasing After Hours
I’m watching this right now.
Recorded off TcM.
For some reason it started the recording at least 5 minutes maybe more into the movie.
So I’m not sure what’s going on.
A guy has a box of things that are apparently from Welles personal collection of drawings and the guy is voice overing over the drawings and different places around the world.
I liked it and to me it was more of a essay film like F For Fake. Happy they shown locations where Orson lived and visited and his nice collection of art work.
An Angel at My Table (Upgrade)
The Inland Sea
Magnificent Obsession (Upgrade)
The Koker Trilogy (Kiarostami)
The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice
Updating as they come in.
EDIT: That appears to be it.,
New Ozu! Count me in.