Lançamentos da Criterion para junho

Junho meio mais ou menos nos lançamentos da Criterion, com destaque para A Fonte da Donzela, de Bergman

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O primeiro lançamento do mês é Manila nas Garras de Néon (1975), elogiado filme do diretor filipino Lino Brocka que nunca saiu aqui na terra dos Geddel.

Tiros em Columbine (2002) fez o documentarista norte-americano Michael Moore ganhar mais de 40 prêmios mundo afora, incluindo o Oscar. Saiu aqui pela NBO Editora (lembram?).

El Sur (1983), do diretor espanhol Víctor Erice ganhou o prêmio da crítica no Festival Internacional de Cinema de São Paulo, em 1984. Nunca saiu por aqui.

Problemas Femininos (1974), do John Waters com a Divine. Quem conhece estes dois nomes sabe o que esperar em termos de classe, elegância e sofisticação. Fazendo jus ao alto nível da produção, saiu por aqui pela Continental.

Pra terminar, A Fonte da Donzela (1960) deu a Ingmar Bergman o Oscar de melhor filme estrangeiro em 1961. Saiu por aqui em versão remasterizada pela Versátil.

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Manila in the claws of light, de Lino Brocka (1975, Filipinas)

BLU-RAY SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES
• New 4K digital restoration by the Film Development Council of the Philippines and Cineteca di Bologna/L’Immagine Ritrovata, in association with The Film Foundation’s World Cinema Project, LVN, Cinema Artists Philippines, and cinematographer Mike De Leon, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack
• Introduction by filmmaker Martin Scorsese
• Signed: Lino Brocka, a 1987 documentary about the director by Christian Blackwood
• “Manila” . . . A Filipino Film, a 1975 documentary about the making of the film, featuring Brocka and actors Hilda Koronel and Rafael Roco Jr.
• New piece with critic, filmmaker, and festival programmer Tony Rayns
• New English subtitle translation
• PLUS: An essay by film scholar José B. Capino

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Bowling for Columbine, de Michael Moore (EUA, 2002)

DIRECTOR-APPROVED BLU-RAY SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES

• New high-definition digital restoration, with 2.0 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack

• Michael Moore Makes a Movie, a new documentary featuring Moore, chief archivist Carl Deal, supervising producer Tia Lessin, and field producer Meghan O’Hara

• Programs covering Moore’s return to Colorado in 2002, his 2003 Oscar win, and three film-festival Q&As with Moore

• Excerpt from a 2002 episode of The Charlie Rose Show featuring Moore

• Corporate Cops, a segment from Moore’s 2000 television series The Awful Truth II

• Trailer

• PLUS: An essay by critic Eric Hynes

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El Sur, de Víctor Erice (1983, Espanha-França)

BLU-RAY SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES

• New 2K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack

• Interview from 2003 with director Víctor Erice

• New piece on the making of the film, featuring interviews from 2012 with actors Omero Antonutti, Sonsoles Aranguren, and Icíar Bollaín; cinematographer José Luis Alcaine; and camera operator Alfredo Mayo

• Episode of ¡Qué grande es el cine! from 1996, featuring film critics Miguel Marías, Miguel Rubio, and Juan Cobos discussing El Sur

• New English subtitle translation

• PLUS: An essay by novelist and critic Elvira Lindo, and a new edition of the 1985 novella by Adelaida García Morales on which the film is based

Female

Female Trouble, de John Waters (1974, EUA)

DIRECTOR-APPROVED BLU-RAY SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES

• New 4K digital restoration, supervised by director John Waters, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack

• Audio commentary from 2004 featuring Waters

• New conversation between Waters and critic Michael Musto

• New and archival interviews with cast and crew members Mink Stole, Pat Moran, Vincent Peranio, Susan Lowe, Mary Vivian Pearce, and more

• Deleted scenes and alternate takes

• Rare on-set footage

• More!

• PLUS: An essay by film critic Ed Halter

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The Virgin Spring, de Ingmar Bergman (1960, Suécia)

BLU-RAY SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES

• New 2K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack

• Audio commentary from 2005 by Ingmar Bergman scholar Birgitta Steene

• New video interviews from 2005 with actors Gunnel Lindblom and Birgitta Pettersson

• Introduction by filmmaker Ang Lee from 2005

• An audio recording of a 1975 American Film Institute seminar by director Ingmar Bergman

• Alternate English-dubbed soundtrack

• PLUS: A booklet featuring essays by film scholar Peter Cowie and screenwriter Ulla Isaksson and the medieval ballad on which the film is based

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