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Kino Lorber Insider (Read Guidelines Post #3)

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Kino Lorber Insider, Nov 20, 2017.

  1. David Weicker

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    Saturday’s Announcement

    Coming Soon!
    Brand New 4K Restoration!
    First Time on DVD and Blu-ray!

    Line of Demarcation (1966)
    Starring Jean Seberg, Maurice Ronet and Stéphane Audran – Shot by Jean Rabier (The Umbrellas of Cherbourg) – Music by Pierre Jansen (Les Bonnes Femmes) – Screenplay by Claude Chabrol and Colonel Rémy (The Black Monocle) – Directed by Claude Chabrol (The Champagne Murders).
     
  2. Robert Crawford

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    Saturday's Facebook Announcement:

    Coming Soon!
    Brand New 4K Restoration!
    First Time on DVD and Blu-ray!

    Line of Demarcation (1966) Starring Jean Seberg, Maurice Ronet and Stéphane Audran – Shot by Jean Rabier (The Umbrellas of Cherbourg) – Music by Pierre Jansen (Les Bonnes Femmes) – Screenplay by Claude Chabrol and Colonel Rémy (The Black Monocle) – Directed by Claude Chabrol (The Champagne Murders).

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  3. Dick

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    I am wondering if, now that LADYBUG LADYBUG has been announced, whether the Frank Perry-Universal film PLAY IT AS IT LAYS with Tuesday Weld and Anthony Perkins might be in the future? You people at Kino are great about bringing out obscure but delightful films, and this would be one of those, and I know you have a deal going with Universal.
     
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    I remember seeing Chabrol's LINE OF DEMARCATION back in 1970 during the Chabrol Retrospective @ MOMA. A really unusual and extraordinary film. I can't wait to see it again, especially because Chabrol's best period, from the late 60's to mid 70's, is so underrepresented on Blu-Ray.
     
  5. dana martin

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    ok so i am a glutton for punishment of my wallet, Kino June Swoon, B&N Criterion and Arrow sale, plus some WAC titles that just needed ordered the day they became available.

    So i remember the insider saying that everything was going to be on sale i think sometime in July, anybody have an idea of the start date? :D
     
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  6. Peter M Fitzgerald

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    July 22nd... ends Aug 4th.
     
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  7. dana martin

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    Thank you
     
  8. Robert Crawford

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    Sunday's Facebook Announcement:

    Coming Soon!
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    Clockwise (1986) Starring John Cleese and Alison Steadman – Shot by John Coquillon (Straw Dogs) – Music by George Fenton (The Fisher King) – Written by Michael Frayn (Noises Off…) – Directed by Christopher Morahan (Diamonds for Breakfast).

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  9. Kino Lorber Insider

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    Coming out September 3rd from Kino Lorber!

    Two films from director Yorgos Lanthimos

    Dogtooth (2009) - DVD and Blu-ray
    Alps (2011) - Blu-ray

    Dogtooth Special Features
    *NEW audio commentary with stars Angeliki Papoulia and Christos Passalis
    *NEW discussion between Yorgos Lanthimos and Kent Jones (courtesy of Film at Lincoln Center)
    *Interview with Yorgos Lanthimos
    *Deleted Scenes
    *Trailers

    Alps
    Special Features
    *NEW audio commentary by film critic Amy Simmons
    *Trailers

    Dogtooth_BR.
    Alps_BR.
     
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    Probably the day after you've made your purchases from all the other sales.;)
     
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    So Alps is an upgrade to BD; however, is Dogtooth an updated transfer along with the new extras?
     
  12. Ed Lachmann

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    Back in Nov 2017 from a poster named Drake2222 [​IMG]
    "What about Cabiria (1914). I think Kino originally released that on dvd years back, would love to have in on blu."
    Kino replied:
    "We would like to release the film if we or one of our partners could find the needed film elements."
    I attempted to find out about this and contacted Daniele Tinti, Coordinator at the National Museum of Cinema/Turin and Fondazione Maria Adriana Prolo, she replied on 2/2/18:
    "Unfortunately, at the moment the release of Cabiria is still among our future, ambitious projects." This Turin Museum holds the restored elements that highlighted the 2006 Cannes Film Festival. What a dream release it would be! Contact email is: [email protected]
     
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    I'm not getting any younger.
     
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    Does KLSC still have the rights to The Great Gabbo and Blind Husbands, and if so is it possible for those films to receive Blu-ray releases ?
     
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    Coming to DVD and Blu-ray September 17th from Kino Lorber!

    Pasolini
    A film by Abel Ferrara
    Starring Willem Dafoe

    "Singularly poetic." - Los Angeles Times

    Special Features:
    *A conversation between Abel Ferrara and Willem Dafoe about the life and work of Pier Paolo Pasolini
    *Behind-the-Scenes documentary
    *Booklet essay by film historian Brad Stevens
    *Theatrical trailer

    Pasolini_BR.
     
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    Matt Groening’s The Great Gabbo is a FOX (now Disney) film.
     
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    My Home Theater Forum review of Mumford is now live!
     
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    Apart from the facial expression, this artwork puts me very much in mind of the U.S. poster art for "RAY" (starring Jamie Foxx as Ray Charles) - and I LIKE it (both, that is)..
     
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    Let me add my thank you to KL for giving us Ladybug, Ladybug, just a fantastic film that I'm surprised has not been remembered as one of the best Cold War dramas. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
     
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    Coming to DVD and Blu-ray September 17th from Kino Classics!

    2-Disc Special Edition

    THE CHANT OF JIMMIE BLACKSMITH (1978)
    A film by Fred Schepisi
    Starring Tommy Lewis

    "The one great Australian film I've seen." - Pauline Kael, The New Yorker

    Disc 1:
    International Version (117 minutes)
    *Interview with director Fred Schepisi and DP Ian Baker
    *Interview with star Tommy Lewis
    *Trailer

    Disc 2
    Australian Version (122 minutes)
    Audio commentary by Fred Schepisi
    Introduction by Fred Schepisi

    Booklet essay by film critic Peter Tonguette

    ChantJimmieBlacksmith_BR.
     

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