EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITY WITH CRITERION: We Invite Your Participation

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITY WITH CRITERION

Home Theater Forum and its membership have been given an exclusive opportunity!

On July 2nd, Sam Posten and I will be heading to New York City, home of Criterion Films, to conduct a video interview with Lee Kline, their Technical Director.

The interview will be posted on Home Theater Forum, its YouTube channel and an upcoming HTF podcast featuring Sam Posten and Brian Dobbs.​

 

Here is how you can help: Tell us what you want to know!1. Within this thread, each member will be able to ask questions to Criterion.

2. Although Criterion has agreed to answer a few questions about movie choices and upcoming releases, based on the nature of Mr. Kline’s position, we would prefer questions about tech, mastering, 4k, color, sound, and streaming (including their new Criterion Channel). Those are the questions that will probably be picked first over others.

3. No discussion in the thread. Only posted questions will be allowed in order to make it easier for us to compile them. Any discussions will be deleted.

4. Please include at your first or full name with the question if you want it included when we use it.

There is no guarantee your question will be used. If you already see your question posted, please do not duplicate in another post.

We will close this thread in late June so we have time to compile them. ​

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101 Comments

  1. Full Name: David Weicker

    Assuming you still retain the rights (or can reacquire the rights) is the plan to upgrade ALL the prior titles released on DVD or Laserdisc?

    Or are there some titles that you won’t rerelease even if the rights are available?

  2. Name: Louis Helman

    Does Criterion have any plans to release the recently restored George Cukor's "Holiday" (1938), Jack Clayton's "Room at the Top" (1959), or Ken Russell's "The Music Lovers" (1970) anytime in the foreseeable future? Thanks!

  3. Full Name: Brian Kidd

    Question: How much work, on average, does Criterion have to do on improving the image and sound quality of the masters they receive from the rights-holders? Has a planned release ever had to be scrapped because the materials that were made available simply weren't up to the standards of Criterion and couldn't easily be "fixed?" (You don't need to name specific films, as I know you have to be diplomatic.)

  4. Full name: Vincent Pereira

    While the restoration and supplementary work of Criterion is exemplary, there has been concern over the authoring/compression of many of your titles. Often, overseas versions on Blu-ray using the same source restorations have been released that look noticeably better than your releases due to higher quality compression (MULHOLLAND DRIVE and THIEF both come to mind), and there's been concern over some discs being "overstuffed" with HD content (BLUE VELVET). Is there any chance that Criterion will take a look into improving the authoring/compression side of things so the final product released to the public truly matches the superb work that went into the the initial restoration stage?

  5. Full Name: Sean Doyle

    Does Criterion have any plans to release Abel Gance’s Napoleon, The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover, Omar Khayyam, Porgy and Bess, The Scarlet Pimpernel or The Tales of Hoffmann (the 2015 restored version)?

  6. Name: Patrick McCart
    Question: I'm always fond of the geeky technical stuff. The featurettes on restoring films, such as the ones for The Man Who Knew Too Much, Mildred Pierce, The Philadelphia Story, and The Apu Trilogy are fascinating. Any other interesting stories on problematic film elements?

  7. Full name: Joseph Goodman

    Echoing Vincent Pereira's question, has any thought been given to working with an encoding outfit like Fidelity In Motion? They've performed fantastic encodes for other enthusiast labels such as Arrow, Eureka, Indicator/Powerhouse, etc.

  8. Full name: Mark Cappelletty

    Do acquisitions for Janus Films automatically guarantee them being brought into the Criterion Collection? And is the whole collection going to be available on the Criterion Channel? I ask because of the Janus Films acquisiton of the GODZILLA/Toho properties, which I thought would be released in a set (or at the very least, shown on the Criterion Channel the same way they were on Filmstruck) by now to coincide with the release of GODZILLA, KING OF THE MONSTERS on May 31.

  9. Full Name: James Perry

    Is there any chance to restore and release on blu ray the 1972 Bafta Award winning musical film "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" featuring Fiona Fullerton and a who's who of legendary British comedy actors?

  10. Full Name: John Gilmore

    It's so cool that you've made films with special features available for streaming on the Criterion Channel. Thank you! Any chance that we might be able to PURCHASE a digital movie with Criterion extras, say either through the Criterion Channel or iTunes? As much as I love physical disks, limited storage space makes large disk collections (for me) impractical.

  11. Name: Kevin Oppegaard

    The MPAA Theatrical Home Entertainment Market Environment 2018 report published in March 2019 shows a 50% decline in sales of video disc formats during the last five years. The DVD format still accounts for the majority (57.9 percent) of physical media sales overall.

    https://www.mpaa.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/MPAA-THEME-Report-2018.pdf

    Criterion still releases DVD and blu-ray versions of every film, with the blu-ray titles only marginally more expensive than the DVD counterparts.

    1) Do DVDs typically still outsell blu-ray for Criterion titles? (If so, this is a paradox for a company that has always strived to publish in as high quality as possible).

    2) The titles published by Criterion and other boutique labels (e.g. Arrow and Eureka) do not represent the mass market/box office, but art-house, cult and classic cinema. Is there still a strong market for this area of cinema on a physical disc format?

  12. Any chance of releasing two delightful European comedies, Philippe De Broca's Le Diable Par La Queue (1969) with Yves Montand and Maria Schell and Ettore Scola's Dramma Della Gelosia (1970) with Marcello Mastroianni and Monica Vitti?

  13. Full name- Jeff Hanawalt

    Any plans to release This Is Spinal Tap in BluRay with the existing commentary tracks? Another title I’d like to see a BluRay upgrade is The Prince Of Tides.

    Thanks.

  14. Full Name: Steve Smith

    Question: For the Godzilla films leased to Criterion, were you allowed to do any type of clean up or work in general, or were the transfers straight from Toho and can only be shown as received?

  15. Thanks for this terrific opportunity.
    A question from Australia
    Full name
    Anthony Clarke

    Is there any chance that Criterion will issue on Blu ray the sound movies of Eisenstein (Alexander Nevsky and the two parts of Ivan the Terrible) given that new HD masters are now available through Mosfilm .. and in fact Ivan is about to be given Blu ray release in France.

  16. Mark Cappelletty

    Full name: Mark Cappelletty

    Do acquisitions for Janus Films automatically guarantee them being brought into the Criterion Collection? And is the whole collection going to be available on the Criterion Channel? I ask because of the Janus Films acquisiton of the GODZILLA/Toho properties, which I thought would be released in a set (or at the very least, shown on the Criterion Channel the same way they were on Filmstruck) by now to coincide with the release of GODZILLA, KING OF THE MONSTERS on May 31.

    I would also ask, is RODAN going to be released on Blu-ray?

  17. Are there plans to restore the Korda-Michael Powell version of THE THIEF OF BAGDAD (1940)? Restored photo-chemically many years ago, it's badly in need of sophisticated digital restoration. I thank the Criterion Collection for remaining (the recent release of THE HEIRESS demonstrates this) in every way exemplary. We're very lucky.

  18. Name: Allen Hollis

    While several labels mostly release transfers that are sent them, Criterion seems to give extra to their releases. How much additional work do you do on the transfers and what percentage of the titles do you work on.

    Thank you.

  19. First Name: Philip

    In creating "Ingmar Bergman's Cinema", what was the greatest challenge faced;
    and, from concept to completion, how many years did the entire project take?

  20. With the dearth of Paramount catalogue titles, I wonder if they have any Paramount's in the pipeline, & also there's rumours about a new Great Escape coming from Criterion, any chance of a yea or nay on that one.

  21. As a collector who regularly buys Region B and C titles, I am always excited when a title that has never had an HD release anywhere comes along. Any chance you might consider releasing the wonderfully restored 1916 Cabiria now residing in the Turin Museo Nazionale del Cinema vault? I'd love to see other silent gems owned by WB/Photoplay like Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, The Wind, The Crowd, The Student Prince or Greed. WB classics like Raoul Walsh's Land of the Pharaohs or Scaramouche would be a delight, too.

  22. Thanks for this wonderful opportunity.

    My film suggestions/queries would also be about older Laserdisc titles returning to the collection such as the John Woo classics. Otherwise it would be about titles with restored prints in archives but no video releases as of yet such as Holiday but also the Film foundation restored The Lusty Men, Anthony Mann westerns, the longer reconstructed version of Greed since the only video release is the shorter cut on Laserdisc, The Crowd which is only on Laserdisc, and perhaps the biggest missing one: an HD restoration of the compiled preservation print of Meet John Doe which has not had a single proper video release as even the vci disc is a copy of a not so good pal master.

    My technical question would be: how does Criterion go about its audio cleanup and how does the label feel about the issue of overzealous noise reduction and loudness compression. In this day and age many will raise the cry of color timing issues or DNR overusage but very few take the time to study the audio track and compare it to original intents and earlier video releases. Audio for films has become so endangered in terms of overzealous cleanup that it resembles the early days of no noise for music on CDs and in some cases the loudness wars that continue in modern music mastering.
    It is this issue that has driven me into collecting so many laserdiscs which do not suffer this problem and the vast majority sound better than later format releases.

  23. Full name: Nick Zegarac

    First, sincere thanks for finally releasing Bondarchuk's War and Peace to Blu-ray. Also, kind regards for the eclectic blend of deep catalog spanning many studio archives. Great work. Please keep it up. Can Criterion confirm a new deal with Warners to release more vintage MGM/RKO,WB product. Of particular interest here – The Great Ziegfeld, Around the World in 80 Days, The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex, Advise and Consent, Camille, National Velvet, Scaramouche, Show Boat, Marie Antoinette, Random Harvest, Rosalie.

    Is Criterion planning on releasing the remaining David Lean movies, Summertime, Oliver Twist, Great Expectations, Madeleine, and the Samuel Bronston epics, El Cid, Fall of the Roman Empire, Circus World and 55 Days in Peking.

    Also, are the Fox movies still in play, post-Disney's acquisition of Fox? Would love to see Robert Wise's Star! and The Rains Came finally get their long overdue release.

    Finally, I would really love for Criterion to get its hands on Kevin Brownlow's 11-part documentary series from 1980: Hollywood: A celebration of the American silent cinema – one of the finest documentaries ever made about the silent era. This deserves a Blu-ray release!!!

    Thanks for your time.

  24. Full name: Scott Saslow

    Question: what decisions go into extras, specifically when to carry over old extras vs. producing new ones…? (I suppose the shift from text- to video-based supplements plays a part in that.)

    Also: any chance of The Parallax View getting the Criterion treatment?

  25. Full name: Louis Helman

    Since Criterion did such an outstanding job with their release of Billy Wilder's "Some Like It Hot" (1959), I was wondering if there was any chance you might release another Marilyn Monroe film, that being John Huston's "The Misfits" (1961)? If so, it would be great if you could include the fine 2001 PBS documentary "Making 'The Misfits'" that was released on DVD by Image Entertainment. Thanks!

  26. Id like to know if there are plans for Blu ray releases for
    Equinox
    Fiend without a Face
    The Devil and Daniel Webster
    Great Expectations
    The Showa era Godzilla movies
    (which has already been asked but Im adding my 2 cents) Ive heard you may have acquired the Kraken Releasing Godzilla titles (Hedorah, GIgan, Ebirah) along with the good chance of getting King Kong vs Godzilla making it a complete set along with Rodan and War of the Gargantuas

  27. You may refer to me as Matt B. Any of these questions can be asked if they haven't already.

    What have been the projects that made you want to smash your head against the wall?

    That's number one. Number two; how does a "teal lean" happen?

  28. What criteria is used to add a film to their collection? For example, would they ever consider doing a 70's disaster film (Earthquake, Airport, The Swarm) given those film's particular niche in filmmaking history?

  29. Full name: Stefano Bosco

    Are you going to give a blu-ray upgrade to Anthony Mann's The Furies? Speaking of Mann & westerns, would you consider (if you haven't already done so) giving the Criterion treatment to both Winchester 73 and The Naked Spur? Thank you so much.

  30. I loved “The Art of Subtitling” extra on Panique–Several years ago, SMPTE updated their _Title Safe_ requirements for 16:9 Televisions from the traditional 20% down a title safe of only 10%. Does criterion have any plans on making use of these modernized title safe standards for their blu ray releases?

    Even if not implemented across the board, would criterion consider using the more generous title safe option selectively if subtitles are excessively impinging upon the image (such as in very tight close ups)?

    I adore the eclipse series, can I produce it? joking aside, is criterion planning on dedicating resources (or hiring a producer) to return the eclipse series to the steady schedule it had from 2007-2012, or is it going to remain a sporadic afterthought with releases occurring very rarely and irregularly?

    And finally, criterion has only ever released one spine numbered box set by a woman director, are you ever going to issue the 4 by Varda box set on bluray?

  31. Full Name: Brian Husar

    Question: Any plans for Criterion to embrace Dolby Atmos on the blu rays for any titles?
    Also, anymore Scorsese titles on the horizon? An upgraded Raging Bull with a new 4K transfer which would be better than the MGM/UA version.

  32. RE: the Paramount license issue. Any plans to release the original Bad News Bears? Seems criminal that its never had a physical blu ray (never mind 4k) release or a proper remastering for what is one of the most subversive and funny movies of the 1970s.

  33. Name: Matt

    Thank you so much for doing this! I have a release question and a technical question.

    1. Are there plans to release SAHARA (1943) with Humphrey Bogart? Sony/Columbia. A fantastic and underrated film, and not great looking on the existing DVD.

    2. To piggyback on the Atmos question somewhat… are there plans to standardize audio going forward? Right now some releases are uncompressed PCM while others are DTS-HD MA. What is the reasoning behind the inconsistency anyway?

  34. First name: Jo

    Would you be able to release a definitive 4K set of SUPERMAN II with all the cuts, or maybe a 4K remaster/restoration of AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS or THE ALAMO (John Wayne version)?

  35. First name: Jo

    Would you be able to release a definitive 4K set of SUPERMAN II with all the cuts, or maybe a 4K remaster/restoration of AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS or THE ALAMO (John Wayne version)?

  36. Full Name: YiFeng You

    Q: When you restored films in 4k as detailed by the booklet disc linear notes, do you also master it with HDR like Dolby Vision or not at all for when 4k and/or HDR is eventually released?

  37. Name: Matthew Lamarre

    Q: Any plans to reissue any of the Bergman films that received new transfers in the Ingmar Bergman's Cinema boxset (eg. Autumn Sonata) or will they remain exclusive to the boxset?

  38. Full name: Lon Cross
    I was disappointed in the quality of Criterion's DVD release of The Lady Eve. Any chance this film could be restored to Blu-ray? Also, I'd love to have 1957's A Hatful of Rain restored to Blu-ray! Currently, it's only available in a poor pan-and-scan print from Fox Cinema Archives MOD.

  39. Looking to the technological horizons, do you forsee a time when future Criterion releases of past spine numbers could include the LaserDisc-era text and still-photo archives that were such a tremendous asset to those releases? I’m thinking in particular of the kinds of archives included in the stellar Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Dr. Strangelove, and RoboCop LaserDisc releases. Blu-ray obviously doesn’t have those LD CAV features. Will they ever make a return on some future disc or streaming format?

  40. First Name: Philip

    Many members at HTF get into strongly felt debates on the topic of "Teal". I was wondering if Criterion has read any of those past discussions and would be able to supply some of their own technical input and observations.

  41. Dear Criterion:
    As you may know, there has been considerable discussion going on in the home entertainment community about the classic Disney movie Song Of The South (1948) and whether we would ever see a new home video release of this artistic treasure (though flawed due to some purported racial stereotyping).

    My question is would it be possible for a company like Criterion to license this film from Disney and release it on Blu-ray (with of course all the necessary disclaimers)? We know that Disney at this time will not release this film themselves but might possibly (but not confirmed) be open to farming it out.

    Sincerely
    Bradley Gittings

  42. Dear Criterion:
    With the recent announcement that the Disney Movie Club will soon be releasing the long-awaited Blu-ray for 20000 Leagues Under The Sea (1954) would your people at Criterion see an increased interest in two later films connected to the Jules Verne classic, Mysterious Island (1961) and Captain Nemo And The Underwater City (1969) to a point where we might see some additional Blu-ray releases?

    (Note I'm not asking if Criterion would release these two films on Blu-ray but do you see some interest in these films in the home entertainment market?)

    As we know, Twilight Time has already twice released Mysterious Island, selling out both print runs. Captain Nemo And The Underwater City has been released on DVD.

  43. Name: Shane

    Question: Given the dramatic decline in physical media sales over the last few years, is there talk at Criterion of moving away from DVD and Blu Ray releases in the foreseeable future?

    Thank you for your time.

  44. Full name: John E. Sparks

    Have you any plans to reissue the DVD box set in BD and in the OAR of MONSTERS and MADMEN which contained: FIRST MAN INTO SPACE, THE ATOMIC SUBMARINE, THE HAUNTED STRANGLER and CORRIDORS OF BLOOD.

  45. First name, Paul
    The title I'm most excited to hear news about is Sam Peckinpah's 'Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid' which given Criterion's handling of McCabe and Mrs Miller makes me feel that in your hands this film would finally get a release that would handle the problematic A/V the best it could be. Any morsel of information on this title?

  46. Name: Gaston

    A couple of decades ago, Criterion released Flesh For Frankenstein on DVD. In the early 80s, I had the pleasure of seeing this film in 3D, in a midnight showing at the theater. It was an impressive 3D showing. Does Criterion still have the license for this film? If not, could it be reattained and most of all, could a 3D blu-ray be produced for sale (along with standard blu-ray)?

  47. Full Name: James Miller

    First, thank you Criterion for the GREAT discs you have put out! Being a Technicolor nut, I would love to see Criterion take on blu-rays of:

    Sweethearts (1938) Surely MGM's first 3-strip Technicolor feature deserves to be presented in the best possible way.
    Summertime (1955)
    The Thief of Bagdad (1940)
    Scaramouche (1952)
    The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939)
    The Tales Of Hoffmann (1951)

    And some B&W:

    Holiday (1938)
    The Devil and Daniel Webster (1941)
    Maytime (1937)
    The Lady Eve (1941)

  48. Full Name: Anthony Bensley

    Is there any chance that Criterion might eventually be able to release the near complete restored version of Laurel and Hardy's THE BATTLE OF THE CENTURY (1927)? I do understand that this title has been caught in a release rights vs. ownership rights tangle over TBOTC's found complete (In 2015!) 16mm second reel, and that other companies have previously tried to release it, but had to cancel at the last minute due to the above issue.

    CHEERS! 🙂

  49. Full Name : Dana Martin

    first thank you from rescuing Detour from the PD hell and giving all of a glimpse of a true Noir Masterpiece

    Does Criterion have any kind of agreement with Renown Pictures for specific title, reason is the stellar Alistar Sim Scrooge restoration, needs a proper north american release in HD, but more so as a bonus feature Richard Williams Studio animated version.

    if not possible, then what are the possibilities of a reconstructed as close as possible of Richard Williams The Thief and The Cobbler: The reCobbled Cut being released without the intrusions the plagued the film

  50. i would love to hear some comments on color choices as well. And also would like to know about possible upgrades to Juliet of the Spirits, Pandora's Box, Tales of Hoffman and if there is any chance of their releasing The Devils.

  51. Full Name: Chuck White

    What factors go into Criterion deciding to include a commentary or not?

    Was really hoping there would be a commentary with your DETOUR release, my favourite noir.

    A film historian commentary would have been great.

  52. Is there a chance that there'll be a transcript produced of the proceedings?
    If it's not possible because of the time and work involved, I understand …. but it's so much easier to read through a transcript than actually have to sit in front of a computer screen watching and listening to a full Q and A session.
    As a former journalist, I know there's few tasks worse than transcribing such sessions … but here's hoping…… anyway, maybe nowadays there's an automated transcription process available!

  53. Name: Richard

    CRITERION CHANNEL Sound Question:
    Will films eventually be available with original sound mixes? Some stereo titles are streaming in mono sound (for example 'Mother', and 'The Elephant Man'), while other films with 5.1 mixes stream in 2.0 stereo.

  54. Full Name: William Greco
    How difficult are the renegotiations with studios when you want to rerelease & better a former laserdisc or DVD title? Thank you in advance for the upcoming Blu-Ray release of "Magnificent Obsession" too!

  55. DVBRD

    Full Name: Andrew Hannigan

    Would you consider releasing John Sayles' Lone Star? Quite surprised it isn't on Blu-Ray already.

    MATEWAN and SILVER CITY would also be very much appreciated. Sayles rules!

  56. Maybe this has been asked already, but any chance of MARAT/ SADE?
    Also, any chance of Dennis Muren's EQUINOX (1970) and GOJIRA 1984/ RETURN OF GODZILLA in both Japanese & U.S. versions? I realise G'84 is not part of Showa Era series (but technically falls within real-life Showa Period).

  57. Full name, Alan Tully.

    I'd be very surprised if you got any actual title releases out of them, but I do wonder if some of those, missing in action Paramount titles are part of their plans, in other words: will Paramount play ball with them?

    …& maybe a yes or no about a re-mastered Great Escape from them.

  58. Full name: Miel Roman

    20th Century Fox (and now Disney) SEEM to have no interest in releasing the original versions of the Star Wars trilogy films from 1977, 1980 and 1983.

    Many times, the idea has been floated here and on other forums of the possibility of Criterion restoring and releasing these films, treating them almost as art-house films, since Fox/Disney doesn't appear to see their release as a priority.

    Is this at all in the realm of possibility for Criterion?

    Thanks for the opportunity to submit my question!

  59. dana martin

    Full Name : Dana Martin

    first thank you from rescuing Detour from the PD hell and giving all of a glimpse of a true Noir Masterpiece

    Does Criterion have any kind of agreement with Renown Pictures for specific title, reason is the stellar Alistar Sim Scrooge restoration, needs a proper north american release in HD, but more so as a bonus feature Richard Williams Studio animated version.

    if not possible, then what are the possibilities of a reconstructed as close as possible of Richard Williams The Thief and The Cobbler: The reCobbled Cut being released without the intrusions the plagued the film

    Criterion hasn't shown much interest in animation.If they had, we might have seen ALLEGRO NON TROPPO by now.

  60. My full name is Mark Gross.

    Hello. Thanks for all your wonderful work in bringing these films back to life.

    My question involves Alfred Hitchcock's SPELLBOUND.

    This is the only one of the three Hitchcock Selznicks that were originally out on Criterion DVDs that hasn't yet been upgraded to Blu-Ray.

    Are you working, or about to be working, on SPELLBOUND?

    If so, has any of the original negative been found in the intervening years, or will it still be based on a composite print taken from both David O. Selznick's print and one belonging to the Academy Archive that was the basis of the Criterion DVD?

    Any other comments you would like to make about the source material and the technical challenges of bringing SPELLBOUND to home video would be appreciated.

    Thanks!

  61. Bertollucci is one film great almost totally missing in the Criterion world, Other than some nice exra's on their cropped(not their fault) Last Emperor ,Criterion seems to have gone out of their way not to do any of his films,They have have a lot of lesser films in their collection,, ,Bring back Picture files !! they had enough pictures to make their excellent Heavens Gate classic.We remember the sill frame job on our Ambersons laser disc,missing on the Blue Ray

    Victor Erice has two (only two!!) classics they need to get to .
    I am sure someone has brought up the backword thinking in releasing 4k transfers on Blue Ray ,when there are plenty of real 4k discs out there already

  62. Peter Neski

    Bertollucci is one film great almost totally missing in the Criterion world, Other than some nice exra's on their cropped(not their fault) Last Emperor ,Criterion seems to have gone out of their way not to do any of his films,They have have a lot of lesser films in their collection,, ,Bring back Picture files !! they had enough pictures to make their excellent Heavens Gate classic.We remember the sill frame job on our Ambersons laser disc,missing on the Blue Ray

    Victor Erice has two (only two!!) classics they need to get to .
    I am sure someone has brought up the backword thinking in releasing 4k transfers on Blue Ray ,when there are plenty of real 4k discs out there already

    Yes, I so-o-o want to see SPIRIT OF THE BEEHIVE on Blu…I bought the import, but it has only Spanish language and subtitles. The other film, EL SUR, is out in UK with English subs, and is another very fine film. Like you said, only two (fictional) feature films to his name.

  63. Is there any possibility Criterion will get their hands on FAHRENHEIT 451 (1966)? The existing blu-ray A/V quality is not up to par. Also, how about Peter O'toole classics MY FAVORITE YEAR and/or THE STUNT MAN?

  64. Bumping this locked thread to let you all know Ron and I completed our journey to Criterion yesterday and had a series of fantastic chats with them. This trip is going to result in a special episode of the HTF Podcast edited by @Brian Dobbs and will also be shown as a video recorded by @Ronald Epstein himself. It's going to take a few days to get the editing all done but I think you will all be very pleased with the results. We asked dozens of questions as suggested by you all and they answered as many as they could within confines of their limits =)

    Thanks for asking such great questions! Look for official release soon!

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