To celebrate the imminent release of “Julieta,” Pedro Almodóvar’s 20th feature film, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is releasing “The Complete Pedro Almodóvar Collection” on iTunes today. All 19 of the renowned Spanish auteur’s previous films are now available together, marking a first. Watch a video preview below, and find the collection here.
The collection features new high-definition transfers of 15 of these films, while nine of them are available in HD for the first time in America; “Pepi, Luci, Bom” and “Labyrinth of Passion” have never been released domestically at all. iTunes is also offering extras on a bundle of the filmmaker’s more recent releases, namely “All About My Mother,” “Talk to Her,” “Bad Education,” “Volver” and “Broken Embraces,” for “The Pedro Almodóvar Iconic Collection.”
The new release comes in conjunction with the Museum of Modern Art’s Almodóvar retrospective, which begins today with an early screening of “Julieta” and runs until December 17. Sony Pictures Classics will release “Julieta” in theaters on December 17.