Les Blu-ray Radiance Films

Rubrique consacrée aux Blu-ray de films tournés avant 1980.

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tenia wrote: 6 Mar 24, 14:40 En juin chez l'éditeur :
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LIMITED EDITION BOX SET SPECIAL FEATURES:

New 4K restorations of each film presented on three discs, made available on Blu-ray (1080p) for the first time outside of France
Uncompressed mono PCM audio
Archival interview with Jean-Pierre Mocky about his relationship to the fantastic (1982, 12 mins)
Archival ‘Making of Litan’ documentary from French television (1982, 26 mins)
Newly filmed interview with journalist and broadcaster Philippe Auclair on Kill the Referee (2024)
Interview with Mocky’s assistant Eric Leroy on Kill the Referee (2022, 13 mins)
Television reportage from the set of Kill the Referee (1983, 5 mins)
Archival French TV interview with Jean-Pierre Mocky (1987, 18 mins)
Archival interview with Catherine Deneuve on Agent Trouble (1987, 5 mins)
Archival interview with Richard Bohringer on Agent Trouble (1987, 5 mins)
Interview with Eric Leroy on Agent Trouble (2022, 13 mins)
Interview with Olivia Mokiejewski on Agent Trouble (2022, 4 mins)
New and improved optional English subtitles
Reversible sleeves featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Time Tomorrow
Limited edition 80-page book featuring new writing by Roberto Curti, Nathaniel Thompson and Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, and newly translated archival interviews including Serge Toubiana on Jean-Pierre Mocky, and Oliver Assayas on Michel Serrault, as well as an on-set report of Kill the Referee
Limited Edition of 3000 copies, presented in a rigid box with full-height Scanavo cases and removable OBI strip leaving packaging free of certificates and markings
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LIMITED EDITION BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES:

Disc 1: New 4K restoration from the original camera negative by The Film Foundation and Cineteca di Bologna at L’Immagine Ritrovata laboratory, in association with Titanus with funding provided by the Hobson/Lucas Family Foundation
New interview with cinematographer Luciano Tovoli (2024, 28 mins)
New interview with curator and filmmaker Ehsan Khoshbakht (2024, 11 mins)
Disc 2: The Lost World: A programme of ten restored short films by De Seta, featuring Islands of Fire (1954, 11 mins), The Age of the Swordfish (1954, 11 mins), Golden Parable (1955, 10 mins), Sea Countrymen (1955, 11 mins), Solfatara (1955, 11 mins), Easter in Sicily (1955, 10 mins), Orgosolo’s Shepherds (1958, 11 mins), Fishing Boats (1959, 11 mins), A Day in Barbagia (1958, 11 mins), The Forgotten (1959, 21 mins), restored by Fondazione Cineteca di Bologna at L’Immagine Ritrovata laboratory and The Film Foundation, with funding provided by the George Lucas Family Foundation.
Archival interview with Vittorio De Seta (2008, 18 mins)
New interview with curator and filmmaker Ehsan Khoshbakht (2024, 21 mins)
Trailer
Optional English subtitles
Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Filippo Di Battista
Limited edition booklet featuring new writing by Roberto Curti
Limited Edition of 3000 copies, presented in full-height Scanavo packaging with removable OBI strip leaving packaging free of certificates and markings
(a priori, le 2e disque ne sera que sur la version UK de cette édition, pas sur la version US)

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LIMITED EDITION BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES:

High-Definition digital transfer
Uncompressed mono PCM audio
Audio commentary by yakuza film expert Nathan Stuart (2024)
Interview with Fukasaku biographer Olivier Hadouchi (2024)
Visual essay on Okinawa on screen by film historian and author Aaron Gerow (2024)
Trailer
New and improved English subtitle translation
Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Time Tomorrow
Limited edition booklet featuring new writing by Bastian Meiresonne and an archival review of the film
Limited Edition of 3000 copies, presented in full-height Scanavo packaging with removable OBI strip leaving packaging free of certificates and markings
Plus :
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With new writing from around the world, issue 3 includes:

Rachel Bellwoar on Dennis Hopper's Out of the Blue in comparison with Wim Wenders' Paris, Texas
Joseph Dwyer on Thundercrack! and the Kuchar brothers
Caden Mark Gardener on Miami Blues
Lindsay Hallam on David Lynch
Josh Nelson on Adrian Lyne's Lolita
Jack Sargeant on underground American cinema (TBC)

Contents subject to change.
Le coffret Jean-Pierre Mocky, non merci (ou alors bien soldé).
Bandits of Orgosolo + The Lost World, pourquoi pas... mais bien plus tard (pour amortir les frais de port, par exemple).
Par contre, Sympathy for the Underdog c'est day one !! 8)
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Le Fukasaku day one également ! 8)
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Le coffret Mocky (comme Le monde perdu), je suis surtout curieux de voir si leur producteur-étalonneur va éliminer la signature du labo. Perso, n'ayant toujours pas acheté ces films, ça reste une possibilité pour moi. Pour le(s) de Seta, je reste sur l'édition Carlotta. Reste donc le Fukasaku aussi !
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Sacrée surprise pour le Mocky, je ne le voyais pas avoir une quelconque visibilité en dehors de nos frontières, le bonhomme serait sans doute flatté, lui qui avait parlé d'un projet avec Schwarzenegger dans un vieux Première. A l'époque j'y avais presque cru, sacré Jean-Pierre.
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les Mocky c'est une très bonne nouvelle de les voir s'exporter. Et quelques suppléments exclusifs par rapport aux ESC et SC
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Présence d'Olivier Hadouchi dans les bonus du Fukasaku.

Cocorico !
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Bounty hunter déjà sold out chez l'éditeur.
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stridy wrote: 28 Mar 24, 10:48 Bounty hunter déjà sold out chez l'éditeur.
Surpris, car le niveau de stock annoncé hier dans la newsletter de l'éditeur est 65% sold out en Angleterre et 50% aux USA.
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J'ai bien fait de ne pas traîner :
Mosin-Nagant wrote: 27 Mar 24, 00:30 Reçu mardi :

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tenia wrote: 28 Mar 24, 11:04
stridy wrote: 28 Mar 24, 10:48 Bounty hunter déjà sold out chez l'éditeur.
Surpris, car le niveau de stock annoncé hier dans la newsletter de l'éditeur est 65% sold out en Angleterre et 50% aux USA.
Il est sold out chez amazon UK, HDwow... ils ont sans doute alloué du stock chez eux.
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Ils ne parlent que d'une rupture temporaire.
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La rupture de stock sur le site de l'éditeur est aussi uniquement une rupture de stock et non un sold out.
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tenia wrote: 28 Mar 24, 21:23uniquement une rupture de stock et non un sold out.
Pour ce titre, je suppose que c'est pareil ?

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Juillet :

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LIMITED EDITION BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES

High-Definition digital transfer
Uncompressed French mono PCM audio
Archival interview with Truffaut from 1969 in which the filmmaker discusses his work as a director, screenwriter and actor (1969, 34 mins)
Archival interview with Jean Renoir who discusses the work of Truffaut (1969, 6 mins)
Interview with French cinema expert Ginette Vincendeau (2024)
Audio commentary by critic Glenn Kenny (2024)
Original trailer
Optional English subtitles
Reversible sleeve featuring designs based on original posters
Limited edition booklet featuring archival writing by Truffaut and contemporary writing on the film
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LIMITED EDITION BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES

2K transfer by Kino Lorber
Uncompressed mono PCM audio
The Racial Gap - An interview with star Beau Bridges (2019, 25 mins)
Reflections - An interview with star Lee Grant (2019, 26 mins)
Style and Substance - An interview with producer Norman Jewison (2019, 29 mins)
A new interview with Hal Ashby biographer Nick Dawson (2024)
An interview with broadcaster and author Ellen E. Jones (2024)
Trailer
Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Vincent Wild
Limited edition booklet featuring new writing by critic Jourdain Searles, plus an archival piece with Hal Ashby
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LIMITED EDITION BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES

4K restoration by Pathé approved by cinematographer Bruno Nuytten
Uncompressed mono PCM audio
Once Upon a Time… Tchao Pantin - A documentary on the film featuring interviews with writer-director Claude Berri, novelist Alain Page, stars Richard Anconina, Mahmoud Zemmouri, Agnés Soral, cinematographer Bruno Nyutten and others (2003, 55 mins)
More to be confirmed
Trailer
Newly improved English subtitle translation
Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Filippo Di Battista
Limited edition booklet featuring new writing by Manuela Lazic
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LIMITED EDITION BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES

High-Definition digital transfer
Uncompressed mono PCM audio
Appreciation by critic and programmer Tony Rayns (2024)
A visual essay on Japanese prison films by author Tom Mes (2024)
Original trailer
Newly translated English subtitles
Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Time Tomorrow
Limited edition booklet featuring new writing by Ivo Smits and an archival interview with Noboru Ando by Mark Schilling
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LIMITED EDITION BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES

High Definition digital transfer from the original camera negative
Uncompressed mono PCM audio
Audio commentary with Paul Maslansky, Ian Ogilvy and Barbara Steele, moderated by filmmaker David Gregory (2007)
Newly filmed interview with star Ian Ogilvy (2024)
Newly filmed interview with author and critic Kim Newman (2024)
Archival audio interview with Barbara Steele
Original trailer
Reversible sleeve featuring artwork based on original posters
English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
Limited edition booklet by Kevin Lyons, author of The Encyclopedia of Fantastic Film and Television
Limited edition of 3000 copies
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You know my feelings: Every day is a gift. It's just, does it have to be a pair of socks?
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