A Matter of Life and Death The Criterion Collection

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Criterion Collection #ad - Interview from 2009 with filmmaker Martin Scorsese. Audio commentary from 2009 featuring film scholar Ian Christie. The colour merchant, a 1998 short film by Craig McCall featuring cinematographer Jack Cardiff. After miraculously surviving a jump from his burning plane, raF pilot Peter Carter David Niven encounters the American radio operator Kim Hunter to whom he’s just delivered his dying wishes and, face-to-face on a tranquil English beach, the pair fall in love.

Plus: an essay by critic Stephanie Zacharek. New interview with editor Thelma Schoonmaker, director Michael Powell's widow. Peppered by humorous jabs intended to smooth tensions between the wartime allies Britain and America, Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s richly humanistic A Matter of Life and Death traverses time and space to make a case for the transcendent value of love.

A Matter of Life and Death The Criterion Collection #ad - When a messenger from the afterlife arrives to correct the clerical error that spared his life, Peter must mount a fierce defense for his right to stay on earth—painted by production designer Alfred Junge and cinematographer Jack Cardiff as a rich Technicolor Eden—climbing a wide staircase to stand trial in a starkly beautiful, black-and-white modernist heaven.

. Two-dvd special edition features: New 4K digital restoration. New interview with film historian Craig Barron on the film's visual effects and production design.

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Until the End of the World The Criterion Collection

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The Criterion Collection #ad - With an eclectic soundtrack that gathers a host of the director’s favorite musicians, along with gorgeous cinematography by Robby Müller, this breathless adventure in the shadow of Armageddon takes its heroes to the ends of the earth and into the oneiric depths of their own souls. Conceived as the ultimate road movie, this decades-in-the-making science-fiction epic from Wim Wenders follows the restless Claire Tourneur Solveig Dommartin across continents as she pursues a mysterious stranger William Hurt in possession of a device that can make the blind see and bring dream images to waking life.

Until the End of the World The Criterion Collection #ad - Director-approved three-dvd special edition features • new 4k digital restoration, a 1993 interview with wenders on his experiences in australia • the song, commissioned by the wim wenders foundation and supervised by director wim wenders • new introduction by wenders • new interview with Wenders about the film’s soundtrack • New conversation between Wenders and musician David Byrne • Behind-the-scenes program detailing the creation of the film’s high-definition sequences • Interview with Wenders from 2001 • Up Down Under Roma, a short film by Uli M Schueppel detailing the recording of “I’ll Love You Till the End of the World” by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds • Deleted scenes • Trailer • PLUS: Essays by critics Bilge Ebiri and Ignatiy Vishnevetsky on the film and its soundtrack .

Presented here in its triumphant 287-minute director’s cut, Until the End of the World assumes its rightful place as Wenders' magnum opus, a cosmic ode to the pleasures and perils of the image and a prescient meditation on cinema’s digital future.

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I Know Where I'm Going! The Criterion Collection 1945

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Criterion Collection CRRNKNO30DVD #ad - A young woman hiller is determined to marry a wealthy man in the Hebrides for money, but on the way there she gets stranded in a sea coast town where she meets and falls in love with a handsome young navy officer instead.

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The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp Criterion Collection

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Criterion Collection CRRN2239DVD #ad - Factory sealed DVD. Anton walbrook the red shoes and deborah kerr black narcissus provide unforgettable support, a sweet-souled war nurse, he as a German enemy turned lifelong friend of Blimp’s and she as young women of three consecutive generations—a socially committed governess, and a modern-thinking army driver—who inspire him.

Considered by many to be the finest british film ever made, by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger The Red Shoes, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, is a stirring masterpiece like no other. Colonel blimp is both moving and slyly satirical, an incomparable film about war, aging, love, and obsolescence shot in gorgeous Technicolor.

The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp Criterion Collection #ad - Roger livesey dynamically embodies outmoded english militarism as the indelible General Clive Candy, who barely survives four decades of tumultuous British history 1902 to 1942 only to see the world change irrevocably before his eyes.

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Black Narcissus

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Local Hero The Criterion Collection

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The Criterion Collection #ad - Packed with a near nonstop stream of droll one-liners and deadpan gags, arriving at a sly commentary on conservation, corporate greed, this enchanting cult hit finds Forsyth surveying the idiosyncrasies of small-town life with the satirical verve of a latter-day Preston Sturges, and the legacies we leave behind.

Riffing on popular representations of scottish life and folklore, Local Hero follows the Texas oil executive Mac Peter Riegert, who is dispatched by his crackpot boss Burt Lancaster to a remote seaside village in Scotland with orders to buy out the town and develop the region for an oil refinery. Director-approved two-dvd special edition features • new 2k digital restoration • new conversation between forsyth and film critic david cairns • shooting from the heart, a 1985 documentary about the work of cinematographer chris menges • episode of the South Bank Show from 1983 about the production of the film • The Making of “Local Hero, his first narrative features, featuring interviews with actors Burt Lancaster and Peter Riegert • I Thought Maybe I’d Get to Meet Alan Whicker, ” a documentary made during the film’s production, a 1983 interview with Forsyth on his early career in documentaries, and the success of Local Hero • PLUS: An essay by film scholar Jonny Murray Factory sealed DVD.

Local Hero The Criterion Collection #ad - Bill forsyth put Scottish cinema on the map with this delightfully eccentric culture-clash comedy. But as business mixes with pleasure, Mac finds himself enchanted by both the picturesque community and its oddball denizens—and Texas starts to feel awfully far away. Shrink-wrapped.

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The Red Shoes

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#ad - Ntsc / region 0 Korean import. Moira shearer the tales of hoffmann, Peeping Tom is a rising star ballerina romantically torn between an idealistic composer and a ruthless impresario intent on perfection. Factory sealed DVD. The red shoes, is cinema's quintessential backstage drama, The Small Back Room, the singular fantasia from Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger Black Narcissus, as well as one of the most glorious Technicolor visual feasts ever concocted for the screen.

Featuring outstanding performances, blazingly beautiful cinematography by Jack Cardiff Black Narcissus, Oscar-winning sets and music, this beloved classic, hallucinatory central dance sequence, and an unforgettable, now dazzlingly restored, The African Queen, stands as an enthralling tribute to the life of the artist.

The Red Shoes #ad - Shrink-wrapped. Optional korean subtitles can be turned off from the main menu.

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Dietrich and von Sternberg in Hollywood Morocco, Dishonored, Shanghai Express, Blonde Venus, The Scarlet Empress, The Devil Is a Woman The Criterion Collection

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Criterion Collection #ad - Sent to russia to marry the grand duke Peter, she is horrified to discover that her betrothed is a half-wit and her new home a macabre palace where depravity rules. Tasked by studio executives with finding the next great screen siren, visionary Hollywood director Josef von Sternberg joined forces with rising German actor Marlene Dietrich, kicking off what would become one of the most legendary partnerships in cinema history.

Shrink-wrapped. Dietrich’s coolly transgressive mystique was a perfect match for the provocative roles von Sternberg cast her in—including a sultry chanteuse, a cunning spy, and the hedonistic Catherine the Great—and the filmmaker captured her allure with chiaroscuro lighting and opulent design, conjuring fever-dream visions of exotic settings from Morocco to Shanghai.

Dietrich and von Sternberg in Hollywood Morocco, Dishonored, Shanghai Express, Blonde Venus, The Scarlet Empress, The Devil Is a Woman The Criterion Collection #ad - Blonde venus josef von sternberg returned Marlene Dietrich to the stage in Blonde Venus, both a glittering spectacle and a sweeping melodrama about motherly devotion. Television interview with Dietrich from 1971. Suffused with frank sexuality and worldly irony, these deliriously entertaining masterpieces are landmarks of cinematic artifice.

. New video essay by critics Adrian Martin and Cristina Álvarez López. The devil is a woman josef von sternberg and marlene dietrich went out with a bang in their final film together, The Devil Is a Woman, a surreal tale of erotic passion and danger set amid the tumult of carnival in turn-of-the-twentieth-century Spain.

Shanghai express an intoxicating mix of adventure, romance, and pre-Code salaciousness, Shanghai Express marks the commercial peak of an iconic collaboration.

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Notorious The Criterion Collection

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Criterion Collection #ad - Shrink-wrapped. New video essay by critics Adrian Martin and Cristina Álvarez López. Dvd special edition features: New 2K or 4K digital restorations of all six films. New documentary on dietrich's status as a feminist icon, featuring film scholars Mary Desjardins, Amy Lawrence, and Patricia White. The legionnaire and the lady, a 1936 Lux Radio Theatre adaptation of Morocco, featuring Dietrich and actor Clark Gable.

Notorious The Criterion Collection #ad - New documentary about actor Marlene Dietrich's German origins, featuring film scholars Gerd Gemünden and Noah Isenberg. The fashion side of hollywood, a 1935 publicity short featuring Dietrich and costume designer Travis Banton. New interviews with film scholars janet bergstrom and Homay King; director Josef von Sternberg's son, Nicholas; Deutsche Kinemathek curator Silke Ronneburg; and costume designer and historian Deborah Nadoolman Landis.

Dvd factory sealed DVD. Plus: a book featuring essays by critics Imogen Sara Smith, Gary Giddins, and Farran Smith Nehme. Shrink-wrapped. Television interview with Dietrich from 1971.

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The Magnificent Ambersons The Criterion Collection

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Criterion Collection #ad - New documentary about actor Marlene Dietrich's German origins, featuring film scholars Gerd Gemünden and Noah Isenberg. Dvd special edition features: New 2K or 4K digital restorations of all six films. Factory sealed DVD. The fashion side of hollywood, a 1935 publicity short featuring Dietrich and costume designer Travis Banton.

Shrink-wrapped. Television interview with Dietrich from 1971. 1 1/2 hrs, 1 dvd or 1 blu-ray disc, B&W. Shrink-wrapped. New interviews with film scholars janet bergstrom and Homay King; director Josef von Sternberg's son, Nicholas; Deutsche Kinemathek curator Silke Ronneburg; and costume designer and historian Deborah Nadoolman Landis.

The Magnificent Ambersons The Criterion Collection #ad - Bonus features galore. This emotionally rich family saga provides a moving elegy for a bygone chapter of American life. New video essay by critics Adrian Martin and Cristina Álvarez López. Orson welles's ambitious follow up to citizen kane was every bit its equal: A masterful adaptation of Booth Tarkington's novel featuring inventive camera work and powerful performances from stars Joseph Cotten, Tim Holt, and Agnes Moorehead.

Dvd - region 1 US & Canada. 0 New documentary on dietrich's status as a feminist icon, featuring film scholars Mary Desjardins, Amy Lawrence, and Patricia White.

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Cluny Brown The Criterion Collection

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The Criterion Collection #ad - The final film completed by ernst lubitsch, this zany, set in England on the cusp of World War II, zippy comedy of manners, is one of the worldly-wise director’s most effervescent creations. Sending up british class hierarchy with Lubitsch’s famously light touch, Cluny Brown is a topsy-turvy farce that says nuts to the squirrels and squirrels to the nuts.

Sent to work as a parlormaid at a stuffy country manor, she proceeds to turn the household upside down—with plenty of help from Adam Belinski Charles Boyer, an eccentric continental exile who has fled the Nazis but is still worried about where his next meal is coming from. 0 Dvd - region 1 US & Canada.

Cluny Brown The Criterion Collection #ad - New interviews with film scholars janet bergstrom and Homay King; director Josef von Sternberg's son, Nicholas; Deutsche Kinemathek curator Silke Ronneburg; and costume designer and historian Deborah Nadoolman Landis. Shrink-wrapped. Television interview with Dietrich from 1971. Shrink-wrapped. New documentary on dietrich's status as a feminist icon, featuring film scholars Mary Desjardins, Amy Lawrence, and Patricia White.

The legionnaire and the lady, a 1936 Lux Radio Theatre adaptation of Morocco, featuring Dietrich and actor Clark Gable. Jennifer jones shines in a rare comedic turn as Cluny Brown, an irrepressible heroine with a zeal for plumbing.

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