A heartfelt and beautifully filmed delight that doesn’t suffer from or feel naive in its absence of cynicism.
CultFilms offers up a stunning restoration on Blu-ray of the landmark film that brought the reality of the Algerian revolution onto worldwide screens with the impact of a you-are-there documentary.
A 4K premiere for an evergreen Puccini masterpiece that features excellent vocals and a directorial approach that may not please traditional operagoers.
The 1963 Italian anthology film Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow from director Vittorio De Sica brings together Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni in three distinct stories wherein each actor plays disparate characters, but their innate onscreen chemistry is constantly on display. The three comedic vignettes turn their attention on Italian society and through sexy, rom-com romps […]
Italian crime drama Gomorrah raises the ante with this gritty, complex second season out now on Blu-ray from Arrow Films.
Fellini’s surreal journey through the world of women, 1980’s ‘City of Women,’ arrives on Blu-ray from Cohen Film Collection.
Werner Herzog’s compelling 1995 documentary on enigmatic Renaissance composer Carlo Gesualdo, ‘Death for Five Voices,’ is out on Blu-ray from Arthaus Musik.
Luchino Visconti’s masterpiece of operatic proportions Rocco and His Brothers is available now in a strong Blu-ray release from the Masters of Cinema series.
An abridged performance in a beautiful space of Rossini’s opera Mosé is offered up from Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano on Blu-ray from C Major.
This innovative Bregenz Festival production of Turandot has much to enjoy visually and vocally outside of an average title role performance.