Os lançamentos da Criterion de setembro e outubro de 2018

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A Criterion traz um dos maiores clássicos de Andrei Tarkovsky (ou Tarkovski, as duas formas estão corretas), Andrei Rublev. É curioso que depois de ter sua filmografia quase toda lançada pela Versátil, a Obras-Primas do Cinema lançou este ano uma edição com dois filmes do diretor, sendo Andrei Rublev um deles.
E, meses depois, a Folha vai lançar (em janeiro) um volume com o mesmo filme em sua coleção “Grandes Diretores do Cinema”.
O Sol Tornará a Brilhar (1961), com o Sidney Poitier, já saiu por aqui sem extras no saudoso selo Columbia Classics.
Irene, a Teimosa (1936), dirigido por Gregory La Cava e com Carole Lombard e William Powell saiu por aqui pela Platina Filmes (?).
A Árvore da Vida (2011), do Terence Mallick e com Brad Pitt e Sean Penn saiu por aqui em DVD e, pasme!, Blu-ray (peladim de extras) pela Imagem filmes.
Cenas de um Casamento, de Bergman, saiu pela Versátil, assim como toda a obra do diretor sueco. Por aqui a edição veio em dois discos e com vários extras 🙂
Água Fria (1994), do francês Olivier Assayas nunca saiu por aqui e, neste caso, a culpa não é nem do Haddad e nem do Bolsonaro.

Em outubro chega Rififi (1955), clássico de assalto de Jules Dassin já saiu por aqui no box Filme Noir Volume 4 da Versátil.
Oito Horas não São um Dia (1972), de Rainer Werner Fassbinder foi uma minissérie em cinco partes feita para a TV e nunca saiu por aqui.
Shampoo (1973), de Hal Ashby com Warren Beatty, Julie Christie e Goldie Hawn saiu há muito tempo pela Sony com extras incríveis tais como legendas e áudio.
A Princesa Prometida (1987), de Rob Reiner e com trilha do Mark Knopfler (do Dire Straits), é um clássico da Sessão da Tarde que infelizmente nunca teve uma edição decente de DVD no Brasil.
Irmãs Diabólicas (1973) é um clássico do Brian De Palma com a eterna Lois Lane Margot Kidder. Saiu por aqui no box A Arte de Brian De Palma da Versátil com um making of de 47 minutos.
A Prova do Leão (1965), de Cornel Wilde, saiu por aqui pela Lume Filmes, sem extras.

Capas e extras abaixo:

Setembro

Andrei Rublev, de Andrei Tarkovsky (União Soviética, 1966) – IMDB 8,2

SPECIAL FEATURES

New high-definition digital restoration of the director’s preferred 183-minute cut, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray

The Passion According to Andrei, the original 205-minute version of the film

Steamroller and Violin, Tarkovsky’s 1961 student thesis film

The Three Andreis, a 1966 documentary about the writing of the film’s script

On the Set of “Andrei Rublev,” a 1966 documentary about the making of the film

New interviews with actor Nikolai Burlyaev and cinematographer Vadim Yusov by filmmakers Seán Martin and Louise Milne

New interview with film scholar Robert Bird

Selected-scene commentary from 1998 featuring film scholar Vlada Petric

New video essay by filmmaker Daniel Raim

New English subtitle translation

PLUS: An essay by critic J. Hoberman

New cover by Nessim Higson

A Raisin in the Sun, de Daniel Petrie (EUA, 1961) – IMDB 8,1

SPECIAL FEATURES

New, restored 4K digital transfer, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray

Interview from 1961 with playwright/screenwriter Lorraine Hansberry

New interview with Imani Perry, author of Looking for Lorraine

Episode of Theater Talk from 2002 featuring producer Philip Rose and actors Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis

Excerpt from Black Theatre: The Making of a Movement (1978), with a new introduction by director Woodie King Jr.

New interview with film scholar Mia Mask, coeditor of Poitier Revisited

Interview from 2002 with director Daniel Petrie

Trailer

PLUS: An essay by scholar Sarita Cannon and author James Baldwin’s 1969 tribute to Hansberry, “Sweet Lorraine”

Cover based on a poster for the theatrical production of A Raisin in the Sun

My Man Godfrey, de Gregory La Cava (EUA, 1936) – IMDB 8,1

SPECIAL FEATURES
New 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray

New program featuring jazz and film critic Gary Giddins

New interview with critic Nick Pinkerton on director Gregory La Cava

Outtakes

Lux Radio Theatre adaptation of the film from 1938

Newsreels depicting Great Depression class divides

Trailer

PLUS: An essay by critic Farran Smith Nehme

New cover by Seth

The Tree of Life, de Terrence Malick (EUA, 2011) – IMDB 6,8

New 4K digital restoration, supervised and approved by director Terrence Malick and cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray

New extended version of the film featuring an additional fifty minutes of footage

Exploring “The Tree of Life,” a 2011 documentary featuring collaborators and admirers of Malick’s, including filmmakers David Fincher and Christopher Nolan

New interviews with actor Jessica Chastain and senior visual-effects supervisor Dan Glass

New video essay by critic Benjamin B about the film’s cinematography and style, featuring audio interviews with Lubezki, production designer Jack Fisk, and other crew members

New interview with critic Alex Ross about Malick’s use of classical music

Video essay from 2011 by critic Matt Zoller Seitz and editor Serena Bramble

Trailer

PLUS: An essay by critic Kent Jones and (Blu-ray only) a 2011 piece on the film by critic Roger Ebert

Cold Water, de Olivier Assayas (França, 1994) – IMDB 7,1

New 4K digital restoration, supervised by director Olivier Assayas, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray

New interview with Assayas

New interview with cinematographer Denis Lenoir

Excerpt from a 1994 French television program on the film featuring Assayas and actors Virginie Ledoyen and Cyprien Fouquet

New English subtitle translation

PLUS: An essay by critic Girish Shambu

New cover by Eric Skillman

Scenes from a Marriage, de Ingmar Bergman (Suécia, 1973) – IMDB 8,5

SPECIAL FEATURES

High-definition digital transfers of both the television version and the U.S. theatrical version of the film, with uncompressed monaural soundtracks on the Blu-ray

Interview with director Ingmar Bergman from 1986

Interviews from 2003 with actors Liv Ullmann and Erland Josephson

Interview from 2003 with Bergman scholar Peter Cowie comparing the two versions of Scenes from a Marriage

Plus: An essay by author Phillip Lopate

Cover by Eric Skillman

Outubro

Rififi, de Jules Dassin (França, 1955) – IMDB 8,2

SPECIAL FEATURES
New 2K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray
Interview with director Jules Dassin from 2000
Set design drawings by art director Alexandre Trauner
Production stills
Trailer
Optional English-dubbed soundtrack
PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic J. Hoberman
New cover by Tang Yau Hoong

Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day, de Rainer Werner Fassbinder (Alemanha, 1972) – IMDB 8,4

SPECIAL FEATURES
New 2K digital restoration by the Rainer Werner Fassbinder Foundation, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack
“Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day”: A Series Becomes a Family Reunion, a 2017 documentary directed by Juliane Lorenz, featuring interviews with actors Hanna Schygulla, Irm Hermann, Wolfgang Schenck, and Hans Hirschmüller
New interview with film scholar Jane Shattuc
New English subtitle translation
PLUS: An essay by scholar Moira Weigel
New cover by Sam Hadley

Shampoo, de Hal Ashby (EUA, 1975) – IMDB 6,3

New 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray
Alternate 5.1 surround soundtrack, presented in DTS-HD Master Audio on the Blu-ray
New conversation between critics Mark Harris and Frank Rich
Excerpt from a 1998 appearance by producer, cowriter, and actor Warren Beatty on The South Bank Show
PLUS: An essay by Rich
New cover based on an original poster

The Princess Bride, de Rob Reiner (EUA, 1987) – IMDB 8,1

SPECIAL FEATURES
New 4K digital restoration, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray
Audio commentary from 1996 featuring director Rob Reiner, screenwriter William Goldman, producer Andrew Scheinman, and actors Billy Crystal and Peter Falk
Edited 1987 audiobook reading of Goldman’s novel The Princess Bride by Reiner
New program about Goldman’s screenplay
New program about Goldman’s tapestry based on his novel
Archival interviews with Reiner, Goldman, and actors Crystal, Cary Elwes, Christopher Guest, Mandy Patinkin, Chris Sarandon, Fred Savage, and Robin Wright
New interview with art director Richard Holland
Programs about makeup, fencing, and fairy tales
On-set video diary filmed and narrated by Elwes
Five behind-the-scenes videos with commentaries from 1996 by Reiner, Scheinman, and Crystal
Trailer
PLUS: An essay by author Sloane Crosley and, for the Blu-ray edition, Goldman’s introduction to his Princess Bride script from his collection Four Screenplays, in a lavishly illustrated, clothbound book
New cover by Angela Rizza

Sisters, de Brian De Palma (EUA, 1973) – IMDB 7,0

New 4K digital restoration, approved by director Brian De Palma, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray
New interview with actor Jennifer Salt
Interviews from 2004 with De Palma, actors Bill Finley and Charles Durning, editor Paul Hirsch, and producer Edward R. Pressman
Audio from a 1973 discussion with De Palma at the American Film Institute
Appearance from 1970 by actor Margot Kidder on The Dick Cavett Show
Photo gallery and radio spots
PLUS: An essay by critic Carrie Rickey, excerpts from a 1973 interview with De Palma on the making of the film, and a 1973 article by the director on working with composer Bernard Herrmann
New cover by Jay Shaw

The Naked Prey, de Cornel Wilde (EUA, 1965) – IMDB 7,4

SPECIAL FEATURES
Restored high-definition digital transfer, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray
Audio commentary from 2007 by film scholar Stephen Prince
“John Colter’s Escape,” a 1913 record of the trapper’s flight from Blackfoot Indians—which was the inspiration for The Naked Prey—read by actor Paul Giamatti
Original soundtrack cues created by director Cornel Wilde and ethnomusicologist Andrew Tracey, along with a written statement by Tracey
Trailer
PLUS: An essay by film critic Michael Atkinson and a 1970 interview with Wilde

Cover by Michael Boland