Criterion releases a new 4K restoration of director Antonioni’s breakthrough film L’avventura that defined this genre for the many new wave films that followed in its wake.
The hit Italian organized crime drama Gomorrah redefines the drama, is gorgeously filmed, and will keep you glued to the TV.
La Dolce Vita is a landmark film with a terrific cast led by the iconic filmmaker Federico Fellini that exposes the seamier side of Roman society in the 1960s.
A visually powerful yet coldly distant look at post–war corruption in Rome from Francesco Rosi
Terraferma is a gorgeously captured film that doesn’t quite get its intended point across.
Shoah, the Holocaust, is Claude Lanzmann’s epic rendering of the horror of the Nazi death camps, recalled by survivors, bystanders, and perpetrators. This nearly 10-hour set of four films took 11 years to complete and stands apart from any previous or subsequent efforts to tell the tragic story of man’s inhumanity to man.
Sex and religion intertwine in Pasolini’s unsentimental, controversial, and complex Theorem (Teorema), arriving in a smashing restoration from the BFI.
Italian filmmaker Tinto Brass’ artsy soft-porn classic The Key arrives uncensored on Blu-ray for UK connoisseurs, but those looking for pristine HD need to look elsewhere.
Italian erotica auteur Tinto Brass’ 1992 film All Ladies Do It (Così fan tutte) finally hits home video in the UK completely unedited and uncensored courtesy of Arrow Video.
Mario Bava’s gruesome 1972 genre classic is one you won’t want to watch alone in the dark.