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Ballad of a Soldier (1959)

Directed by Grigori Chukhrai

Country: Soviet Union

Duration: 89 minutes

Language: Russian

Spine #148

DVD BONUS FEATURE

Interview with director Grigori Chukhrai and stars Vladimir Ivashov and Zhanna Prokhorenko, conducted after a preview screening in New York

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Juliet of the Spirits (1965)

Directed by Federico Fellini

Country: Italy

Duration: 137 minutes

Language: Italian

Spine #149

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Familiar Spirits, a 19-minute interview with Fellini by Ian Dallas

Theatrical trailer

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Bob le flambeur (1956)

Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville

Country: France

Duration: 102 minutes

Language: French

Spine #150

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Video interview with Daniel Cauchy (“Paulo”)

Radio interview with Jean-Pierre Melville

Theatrical trailer

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Traffic (2000)

Directed by Steven Soderbergh

Country: United States

Duration: 147 minutes

Language: English, Spanish

Spine #151

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Audio commentaries by director Steven Soderbergh and writer Stephen Gaghan, producers Laura Bickford, Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz and consultants Tim Golden and Craig Chretien, composer Cliff Martinez (with music cues not included in the film)

25 deleted scenes featuring commentary by director Steven Soderbergh and writer Stephen Gaghan

Film processing demonstration: Achieving the look of Mexico sequences, Editing demonstration with commentary by editor Stephen Mirrione, Dialogue editing demonstration

Additional footage featuring multiple angles from the scenes of the El Paso Intelligence Center, and the cocktail party where the U.S. Senators, major politicians, lobbyists and other state their views on the drug war

U.S. Customs trading cards of the K-9 squad used in the detection of narcotics and illegal substances

8-page liner notes foldout with essay by Manhola Dargis

(REISSUE)

Theatrical trailers and television spots

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George Washington (2000)

Directed by David Gordon Green

Country: United States

Duration: 90 minutes

Language: English

Spine #152

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Audio commentary by director David Gordon Green, cinematographer Tim Orr, and actor Paul Schneider

Deleted scene with commentary

Original theatrical trailer

David Gordon Green's short films, made while he was a student at the North Carolina School of the Arts, Pleasant Grove (1997) with commentary, and Physical Pinball (1998)

Charlie Rose interview with David Gordon Green

Exclusive new video interviews with the cast

Clu Gulager's 1969 short film A Day with the Boys, which influenced George Washington

4 page liner notes of "Director's Statement"

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General Idi Amin Dada: A Self-Portrait (1974)

Directed by Barbet Schroeder

Country: France

Duration: 90 minutes

Language: English

Spine #153

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Interviews from 2001 and 2017 with Schroeder

New interview with journalist and author Andrew Rice about Idi Amin’s regime

PLUS: An essay by critic J. Hoberman

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The Horse's Mouth (1958)

Directed by Ronald Neame

Country: United Kingdom

Duration: 95 minutes

Language: English

Spine #154

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Video interview with director Ronald Neame

D. A. Pennebaker’s short documentary film Daybreak Express, which opened the original New York theatrical run of The Horse’s Mouth, plus a video introduction by Pennebaker

Original theatrical trailer

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Tokyo Olympiad (1965)

Directed by Kon Ichikawa

Country: Japan

Duration: 170 minutes

Language: Japanese

Spine #155

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Audio commentary by film historian Peter Cowie

Liner notes by legendary sports writer George Plimpton

Complete list of winners in all events

Symposium on Tokyo Olympiad, excerpted from the Cinematheque Ontario book Kon Ichikawa

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Hearts and Minds (1974)

Directed by Peter Davis

Country: United States

Duration: 112 minutes

Language: English

Spine #156

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Audio commentary by director Peter Davis

Accompanying booklet containing multiple printed essays on the film

(REISSUE)

A collection of over two hours of Davis’s unused footage, including excerpts from interviews with presidential adviser George Ball, broadcast journalist David Brinkley, French journalist and historian Philippe Devillers, and political activist Tony Russo; additional excerpts from General William Westmoreland’s interview; additional audio excerpts from presidential adviser Walt Rostow’s interview; and scenes from a funeral and a military hospital in South Vietnam

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The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)

Directed by Wes Anderson

Country: United States

Duration: 110 minutes

Language: English

Spine #157

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Audio commentary by Anderson

With the Filmmaker: Portraits by Albert Maysles, featuring Anderson

Interviews with and behind-the-scenes footage of actors Gene Hackman, Anjelica Huston, Ben Stiller, Gwyneth Paltrow, Luke Wilson, Owen Wilson, Bill Murray, and Danny Glover

Outtakes

The Peter Bradley Show, featuring interviews with additional cast members

Scrapbook featuring young Richie’s murals and paintings, still photographs by set photographer James Hamilton, book and magazine covers, and storyboards

Studio 360 radio segment on painter Miguel Calderón, along with examples of his work

Trailers

Collectible insert with Eric Anderson’s drawings

PLUS: A new essay by film critic Kent Jones

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The Importance of Being Earnest (1952)

Directed by Anthony Asquith

Country: United Kingdom

Duration: 95 minutes

Language: English

Spine #158

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Rare production stills

Original theatrical trailer

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Red Beard (1965)

Directed by Akira Kurosawa

Country: Japan

Duration: 185 minutes

Language: Japanese

Spine #159

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Audio commentary by Kurosawa film scholar Stephen Prince

Notes by Japanese film historian Donald Richie

Theatrical trailer

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À nous la liberté (1931)

Directed by Rene Clair

Country: France

Duration: 81 minutes

Language: French

Spine #160

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Deleted scenes

Entr’acte (1924), the short Surrealist masterpiece by Clair and artist Francis Picabia

Video interview with Madame Bronja Clair

Film historian David Robinson on the Tobis lawsuit against Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times

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Under the Roofs of Paris (1930)

Directed by Rene Clair

Country: France

Duration: 92 minutes

Language: French

Spine #161

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Clair’s silent film Paris qui dort (1925)

A BBC-TV interview with Clair

Trailer

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Ratcatcher (1999)

Directed by Lynne Ramsey

Country: United Kingdom

Duration: 94 minutes

Language: English

Spine #162

DVD BONUS FEATURES

2002 video interview with director Lynne Ramsay

Three short films by Lynne Ramsay: Gasman (Winner of the Jury Prize at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival); Kill the Day (Winner of the Jury Prize at the 1997 Clermont Ferrand Festival); Small Deaths (Winner of the Jury Prize at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival)

Stills gallery

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Hopscotch (1980)

Directed by Ronald Neame

Country: United States

Duration: 105 minutes

Language: English

Spine #163

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Video introduction featuring interviews with director Ronald Neame and novelist and screenwriter Brian Garfield

Original theatrical trailer and teaser

(REISSUE)

Walter Matthau in a 1980 appearance on The Dick Cavett Show

Optional broadcast television audio track for family viewing

PLUS: An essay by critic Glenn Kenny

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Solaris (1972)

Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky

Country: Soviet Union

Duration: 166 minutes

Language: Russian

Spine #164

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Audio essay by Tarkovsky scholars Vida Johnson and Graham Petrie, co-authors of The FIlms of Andrei Tarkovsky: A Visual Fugue

Nine deleted and alternate scenes (not restored): Berton's Flight, Kris' Takeoff from Earth, Something to Eat, Beginning of Part 2, Kris and Harl's Meal, Kris' Delerium/The Mirror Room, Mother, Further Philosophy

Video interviews with: Natalia Bondarchuk, Cinematographer Vadim Yusov, Art Director Mikhail Romadin, Composer Eduard Artemyev

Documentary excerpt with Solaris author Stanislaw Lem

(REISSUE)

PLUS: A booklet featuring a new essay by critic Phillip Lopate and an appreciation by director Akira Kurosawa

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Man Bites Dog (1992)

Directed by Remy Belvaux, Andre Bonzel, and Benoit Poelvoorde

Country: France

Duration: 96 minutes

Language: French

Spine #165

DVD BONUS FEATURES

1993 video interview with the filmmakers

No C4 for Daniel-Daniel, a student short by the filmmakers

Stills gallery

Theatrical trailer

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Down by Law (1986)

Directed by Jim Jarmusch

Country: United States

Duration: 107 minutes

Language: English

Spine #166

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Thoughts and reflections by Jim Jarmusch

2002 video interview with director of photography Robby Müller

1986 Cannes Film Festival press conference

1986 John Lurie interview with commentary

Outtakes

Music video of Tom Waits singing Cole Porter's "It's All Right with Me" directed by Jim Jarmusch

Q&A with Jarmusch

Jarmusch's phone call with Waits, Benigni, and Lurie

Isolated music track

Production Polaroids and Location Stills

Original theatrical trailer

(REISSUE)

PLUS: A new essay by critic Luc Sante

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The Complete Monterey Pop Festival

Spine #167

DVD BOX SET FEATURES

Two hours of performances not included in Monterey Pop, from the Association, Big Brother and the Holding Company, the Blues Project, Buffalo Springfield, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, the Byrds, Country Joe and the Fish, the Electric Flag, the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Al Kooper, the Mamas and the Papas, the Steve Miller Blues Band, Moby Grape, Laura Nyro, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Simon and Garfunkel, Tiny Tim, and the Who

Audio commentaries from 2002 featuring Pennebaker, festival producer Lou Adler, and music critics Charles Shaar Murray and Peter Guralnick

New interviews with Adler and Pennebaker

Chiefs (1968), a short film by Richard Leacock, which played alongside Monterey Pop in theaters

Interviews from 2002 with Adler and Pennebaker and with Phil Walden, Otis Redding’s manager

1987 interview with Pete Townshend on Monterey and Jimi Hendrix

Audio interviews with festival producer John Phillips, festival publicist Derek Taylor, and performers Cass Elliot and David Crosby

Photo-essay by Elaine Mayes

Festival scrapbook

Trailers and radio spots

PLUS: A book featuring essays by critics Michael Chaiken, Armond White, David Fricke, Barney Hoskyns, and Michael Lydon

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Monterey Pop (1968)

Directed by D.A. Pennebaker

Country: United States

Duration: 79 minutes

Language: English

Spine #168

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Audio commentary by Festival producer Lou Adler and D.A. Pennebaker

Audio interviews with Festival producer John Philips, Festival publicist Derek Taylor, and performers Cass Elliott and David Crosby

Photo essay by photographer Elaine Mayes

Original theatrical trailer

Original theatrical radio spots

Monterey Pop scrapbook

(REISSUE)

Two hours of performances not included in Monterey Pop, from the Association, Big Brother and the Holding Company, the Blues Project, Buffalo Springfield, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, the Byrds, Country Joe and the Fish, the Electric Flag, the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Al Kooper, the Mamas and the Papas, the Steve Miller Blues Band, Moby Grape, Laura Nyro, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Simon and Garfunkel, Tiny Tim, and the Who

New and archival interviews with Adler and Pennebaker

Chiefs (1968), a short film by Richard Leacock, which played alongside Monterey Pop in theaters

PLUS: A booklet featuring essays by critics Michael Chaiken and Armond White

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Jimi Plays Monterey (1986) & Shake!: Otis at Monterey (1987)

Directed by D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus

Country: United States

Duration: 50 minutes and 19 minutes

Language: English

Spine #169

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Audio commentary on Jimi Plays Monterey by music critic and historian Charles Shaar Murray

Two audio commentaries on Shake! by music critic and historian Peter Guralnick: the first on Otis Redding's Monterey performance, song by song; the second on Redding before and after Monterey

Interview with Phil Walden, Otis Redding's manager from 1959 to 1967

Original theatrical trailer for Jimi Plays Monterey

Video excerpt: Pete Townsend on Monterey and Jimi Hendrix

A booklet featuring a new essay by music critic David Fricke

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Trouble in Paradise (1932)

Directed by Ernst Lubitsch

Country: United States

Duration: 82 minutes

Language: English

Spine #170

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Audio commentary by Lubitsch biographer Scott Eyman (Ernst Lubitsch: Laughter in Paradise)

New video introduction by director Peter Bogdanovich

Ernst Lubitsch’s 1917 short film Das fidele Gefängnis (The Merry Jail)

1940 Screen Guild Theater radio program featuring Ernst Lubitsch, Jack Benny, Claudette Colbert, and Basil Rathbone

Tributes to Lubitsch, written by Billy Wilder, Leonard Maltin, Cameron Crowe, Roger Ebert, and others

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Contempt (1963)

Directed by Jean-Luc Godard

Country: France

Duration: 103 minutes

Language: French

Spine #171

DVD BONUS FEATURES

Audio commentary by film scholar Robert Stam

The Dinosaur and the Baby (1967): a conversation between Jean-Luc Godard and Fritz Lang (61 minutes)

Two documentaries featuring Godard on the set of Contempt: Bardot et Godard (8 minutes) and Paparazzi (22 minutes)

Jean-Luc Godard interview excerpt (1964)

A new video interview with legendary cinematographer Raoul Coutard

Original theatrical trailer

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Pépé le moko (1937)

Directed by Julien Duvivier

Country: France

Duration: 94 minutes

Language: French

Spine #172

DVD BONUS FEATURES

1962 French television interview with director Julien Duvivier

Excerpts from the 1978 television documentary Remembering Jean Gabin

Excerpts from Ginette Vincendeau’s BFI Classics study of Pépé le moko, addressing the historical background of the film’s setting and the French crime novel genre

A study of the lasting influence of Pépé on popular culture, including a special video comparison between Pépé and the 1938 U.S. remake Algiers

Original theatrical trailer

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