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KINO LORBER ANNOUNCES
NEW DIGITAL RELEASES FOR JANUARY​

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Stream hundreds of acclaimed films from the Kino Lorber library. Available in the U.S. as an Amazon Prime Video Channel with a free 7-day trial, then just $5.99/mo. Learn more at knlor.com/collection

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Scrapper​

January 4

Scrapper
(Dir. Charlotte Regan, 2023)​
Winner of a Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, Scrapper is a joyful father-daughter comedy about Georgie (Lola Campbell), a resourceful 12-year-old in working class London who reconnects with her estranged father (Harris Dickinson) following her mother's death.​

Beanpole
(Dir. Kantemir Balagov, 2019)​
In post-WWII Leningrad, two women, intensely bonded after fighting side by side as anti-aircraft gunners, attempt to readjust to a haunted world.​


January 11

Utama
(Dir. Alejandro Loayza Grisi, 2022)​
Following a long drought, an elderly Quechua couple, living a tranquil live in the arid Bolivian highlands, must decide whether to stay and maintain their traditional way of life, or move to the city with family. Winner of the Grand Jury Prize (World Cinematic Dramatic) at the Sundance Film Festival.​

I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing
(Dir. Patricia Rozema, 1987)​
An aspiring photographer lands a job at a Toronto art gallery and builds a strong connection with the gallery owner through their shared love of art, and their genuine curiosity and appetite for love. Winner of the Prix de la Jeunesse at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.

January 18

Victoria
(Dir. Sebastian Schipper, 2015)​
Shot in a single, uninterrupted take, Victoria and Sonne meet outside a nightclub, and after their flirtation develops into something more, they realize it's all or nothing as they abandon themselves to a heart-stopping journey into the depths of the night.​

A laid-off factory worker (Viggo Mortensen) plots to abduct and blackmail a sex-obsessed TV minister in this prophetic satire on America's obsessions with religion and celebrity. Released during the MTV explosion, Salvation! is bathed in a glossy ‘80s aesthetic, backed with songs by New Order and Cabaret Voltaire, and laced with the razor-sharp social commentary that made Beth B one of the most provocative voices of a generation.​


January 25

The Ballad of Little Jo
(Dir. Maggie Greenwald, 1993)​
Suzy Amis, Ian McKellen, Bo Hopkins, Heather Graham, and Carrie Snodgress star in this modern twist on the classic Western. A society girl leaves home in disgrace after bearing an illegitimate child, and, disguising herself as a boy, Little Jo heads out on the road and confronts all the dangers the Wild West has to offer before falling in love with the one man who discovers her secret.​

Hold Me Tight
(Dir. Mathieu Amalric, 2022)​
This virtuosic, daringly fluid portrait of a woman in crisis alternates between Clarisse (Vicky Krieps), on the run from her family for reasons not immediately clear, and her abandoned husband Marc as he struggles to take care of their children at home.​
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Ever Deadly​

Ever Deadly
(Dirs. Tanya Tagaq, Chelsea McMullan, 2022)
Available to rent or own on all major VOD platforms January 2​
A documentary portrait of Inuk throat singer Tanya Tagaq, one of the most innovative musical performers of our time, weaving together intimate concert footage of Tagaq alongside moving personal reflections.​

The Exiles
(Dir. Kent Mackenzie, 1961)
Available to rent or own on all major VOD platforms January 9​
This landmark independent film chronicles a night in the life of young Native Americans who fled reservation life to roam the Bunker Hill district of Los Angeles.​

The Outside Man
(Dir. Jacques Deray, 1972)
Available to rent or own on all major VOD platforms January 9​
A gritty seventies action-classic featuring an iconic cast which includes Jean-Louis Trintignant (The Conformist), Ann-Margret (52 Pick-Up), Roy Scheider (Marathon Man), Angie Dickinson (Dressed to Kill), Michel Constantin (The Cop), Umberto Orsini (Violent City) and Ted de Corsia (The Killing) as they battle each other for their lives from the back alleys of downtown Los Angeles to the posh mansions of Beverly Hills.​

Lumiere
(Dir. Jeanne Moreau, 1976)
Available to rent or own on Kino Now and Amazon January 23​
Four actress friends talk about their emotional and professional paths.​

The Adolescent
(Dir. Jeanne Moreau, 1979)
Available to rent or own on Kino Now and Amazon January 23​
July 14th, 1939 -- Marie has just turned 12 and, as she does every year, she is about to go on holiday to her paternal grandmother’s house in central France, but she gradually leaves childhood behind while the shadow of war soon looms over her.​

Loaded Guns
(Dir. Fernando Di Leo, 1975)
Available to rent or own on all major VOD platforms January 30​
Ursula Andress (Dr. No, Casino Royale) stars in this action-comedy as a stewardess who finds herself in the center of a gang war in Naples. Directed by Italian crime-film master Fernando Di Leo.​

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The Island of 30 Coffins​

January 2

The Island of 30 Coffins
New Limited Series
Christine lost her son at birth 15 years ago. Or so she believes…until she receives a video suggesting he might not be dead. Christine returns to the island of Sarek, where she grew up and gave birth. As Christine searches for the truth, a series of deaths stirs up terror and a local prophecy of the 30 Coffins.​

January 16

The Shift
New Series​
Midwife Ella and her colleagues go about their work with conviction and fine ideals, but all too often, the pressure and the enormous mental and physical strain of the work pushes them to their personal limits.​

January 23

The Winemaker
New Series​
Successful winemaker Matteo has built a comfortable life for himself and his family. But when an old friend shows up in the vineyard, his secret past comes back to haunt him - with a vengeance.
Also Coming This Month:
Jan. 2 - Fosca Innocenti | Season 1
Jan. 9 - Once Upon a Time in Vigata
Jan. 16 - Breaking Point | Season 1
Jan. 30 - Professor T | Season 4
Jan. 30 - Germinal | Season 1​

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Criminally good TV & film from around the world.
From $5.99 / month. Cancel anytime.​

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Enemy of the People​
January 11

Arctic Circle
Returning Series | Season 3​
Arctic Circle follows Nina Kautsolo, a Finnish police officer in the unforgiving polar region, amidst the icy landscapes of Finnish Lapland. In its third season, Officer Kautsalo has returned to Ivalo, where she is becoming the new police chief. When the local pharmacist is found murdered, Nina gets to investigate her last case with her old partner Aikio.​

January 18

Enemy of the People
New Series​
An investigative reporter draws the wrath of her readers trying to uncover the connection between the murder of a local soccer star and a cryptocurrency plot. Searching for the truth, she risks not only her reputation but her life.​

Also Coming This Month:
Jan. 4 - Spiral | Season 3 (Dubbed in English)
Jan. 11 - Hidden: First Born | Season 1
Jan. 18 - Pagan Peak | Season 3 (Dubbed in English)
Jan. 25 - Greyzone | Season 1​

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Award-winning international, documentary, independent, and classic cinema available to rent or own. No subscription required. Learn more at kinonow.com.​

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Pianoforte​

January 9

Pianoforte
(Dir. Jakub Piątek, 2023)​
A rare behind-the-scenes look at the triumphant highs and the crushing lows as the world's most talented young pianists compete in the International Chopin Piano Competition.​


January 18

Fireworks
(Dir. Giuseppe Fiorello, 2023)​
In the heat of the summer of 1982, two Sicilian teen boys fall in love, but the relationship soon becomes a topic of gossip in their small town.​


January 23

The Sea Shall Not Have Them and Albert R.N.
(Dir. Lewis Gilbert, 1954/1953)​
Two gripping and suspenseful British wartime classics directed by Lewis Gilbert.​

Smoke Sauna Sisterhood
(Dir. Anna Hints, 2023)​
This Sundance-winning documentary celebrates the centuries-old smoke sauna tradition, recognized on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.​
 

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