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Discover New Old Movies With Film Movement Classics

Discover New Old Movies With Film Movement Classics

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New York-based distribution company Film Movement announced today the launch of Film Movement Classics, a new label to release restored versions of older films, specifically those out of print in the U.S. The first two releases will both be Eric Rohmer films: “Full Moon In Paris” (screening at the Film Society of Lincoln Center) and “The Marquise of O” (in select cities alongside Jessica Hausner’s “Amour Fou”).

Company Co-President Michael E. Rosenberg said of the project, “Launching our Classics label allows us to expand how we can serve our audience. Our core business will remain with highly-acclaimed new independent films, but now we can also bring back favorite titles from decades ago, newly restored.”

The two other titles announced for a 2015 re-release (and restoration) are Yves Robert’s “The Tall Blond Man With One Black Shoe” and Peter Greenaway’s “The Pillow Book.” All of the Film Movement Classics are expected to be released on DVD following their theatrical runs.

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