Tag Archive for 'Federico Fellini'

Fellini’s Centennial Celebrated with THE ESSENTIAL FELLINI, A 15-Disc Box Set Coming To Criterion 11/24

Joining in the international celebration of Federico Fellini’s 100th birthday, Criterion is thrilled to announce Essential Fellini, a fifteen-Blu-ray box set that brings together fourteen of the director’s most imaginative and uncompromising works for the first time. Alongside new restorations of the theatrical features, the set also includes short and full-length documentaries about Fellini’s life and work, archival interviews with […]


Check Out the Criterion Collection Blu-rays Coming in December!

The Criterion Collection will be releasing a number of films this December and below you can see the list of what great, important, beloved, or underappreciated films they have coming to Blu-ray. December’s releases are pretty much a film-lover’s treat, with directors Federico Fellini, Luis Buñuel, Laurie Anderson and John Huston all getting releases. See […]


The Clowns (Blu-ray Review)

Normally I would take this first paragraph of space to kind of tease the following Blu-ray, but after having just witnessed something touching and truly extraordinary I’ll let Federico Fellini do some of the talking:  Others have commented on the circus.  It’s an inflated framework, drowned with literary allusions.  Yet, despite it all, it does […]