Ballet’s beautiful visuals and dazzling dances should sweep you off your feet. However, Golden Globe nominee “I Am A Dancer” maintains a disastrous environment creating a forgettable inauthentic film for those mildly amused with ballet staying complete out of step. Rudolf Nureyev was arguably and is still
Film Movement Classics Archive
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
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
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.