Film Movement Classics Archive

“Caro Diario” (Dear Diary) Movie Review! JM says it’s “Still a sharp, substantial satire…with its wonderful whacky and intensely interesting concept.”

Still a sharp, substantial satire, “Caro Diario” (Dear Diary) remains an interesting introduction to Nanni Moretti. Available for the first-time on Blu-ray in North America, Film Movement Classics captures your heart with this spectacular 2K Digital Restoration. Filmmaker Nanni Moretti examines modern Italian life and presents his

A White, White Day Movie Review! JM says, the “Nordic noir” is “a sensational slow-burn and an incredibly, intense Icelandic movie.”

Nordic noir “A White, White Day” is a sensational slow-burn and an incredibly, intense Icelandic movie. Acclaimed Director Hlynur Pálmason’s sublime sophomore effort doesn’t disappoint. In a remote Icelandic town, police chief Ingimundur (Ingvar Sigurdsson) struggles with the death of his wife. Despite his wife tragically passing

L’Innocente Blu-ray Review! JM says it’s a “spectacular transfer” and remains “an enticing, entertaining erotic film finishing off a distinguished director’s career.”

Although a founding father of the Italian Neo-Realism movement, Palme d’Or winning and Academy Award nominated director Luchino Visconti doesn’t get the respect he truly deserves. Thanks to a spectacular transfer and beautiful Blu-ray debut, “L’Innocente” might resurrect and introduce the phenomenal director to a new generation.