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Criterion To Release ‘Melvin Van Peebles: Four Films’ Blu-Ray Collection This September

The Criterion Collection prides itself on curating fantastic classic cinephile-friendly films that may have gone under-the-radar in the home release market and their upcoming Blu-Ray release won’t be any different. Criterion has announced that they’ll be putting together an essential collection of Melvin Van Peebles movies with their latest offering, “Melvin Van Peebles: Four Films” […]

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AFI Launches Robert Osborne Collection Featuring the TCM Historian’s Many Famous Movie Intros

The American Film Institute has announced the launch of The Osborne Collection, a celebration on the Institute’s website of the life and work of the beloved movie historian and whiz TCM host Robert Osborne, who died in 2017. The collection will debut on May 3, which is Osborne’s birthday, and it will feature many of […]

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Criterion Adds ‘Bringing Up Baby,’ Tarkovsky’s Mirror,’ ‘La Piscine’ & More For July

Another month, another array of Criterion Collection releases, and it’s a particularly great month of releases. First up, a crown jewel from the Howard Hawks’ oeuvre, the legendary screwball comedy “Bringing Up Baby” with Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn. Audio commentary comes from one of the premiere Hawks-o-philes, Peter Bogdanovich, so that alone is probably […]

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Toronto Film Review: ‘Endings, Beginnings’

There’s nothing tidy about Daphne’s love life — and if there were, she probably wouldn’t make a very compelling character. Daphne, who is played by Shailene Woodley in what is simultaneously her most realistic and least accessible performance yet, recently broke up with her boyfriend, moving back into her sister’s pool house. That split had […]

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FilmStruck Embraces Golden Age of Hollywood, Adds Classics From Orson Welles and More to Streaming Library

Streaming outfit FilmStruck is embracing classic Hollywood with its latest addition to its vast library, joining up with Warner Bros. Digital Networks (Wbdn) to add Golden Age of Hollywood titles like “Casablanca,” “Rebel Without a Cause,” “Citizen Kane,” and many more to its already robust lineup. Starting today, FilmStruck subscribers in the U.S. will now […]

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Turner’s FilmStruck Adds Warner Bros. Classic Films, As Warner Archive Service Winds Down

Time Warner’s Turner and Warner Bros. are focusing their movie-streaming firepower on one service for film buffs: FilmStruck.The corporate cousins reached a deal to stock Turner’s FilmStruck with more than 600 classic Hollywood films each month from the Warner Bros. library. At the same time, WB’s Warner Archive subscription-streaming service — launched in 2013 — […]

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