Sony Pictures Classics 30th Anniversary 11-film 4K Ultra HD Collection – Nov. 22


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IN CELEBRATION of Sony Pictures Classics’ 30-year anniversary, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is proud to bring eleven of their acclaimed library favorites to 4K Ultra HD disc, exclusively within the Sony Pictures Classics 4K Ultra HD Collection available on November 22.


The set includes iconic award-winning masterpieces from world-renowned filmmakers, unforgettable performances from global luminaries, and fan-favorite stories that have resonated across the years: “Orlando,” “The Celluloid Closet,” “The City of Lost Children,” Run Lola Run,” “SLC Punk,” “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” The Devil’s Backbone,” Volver,” “Synecdoche,” “New York, Still Alice,” and “Call Me by Your Name.”


Each film is presented in 4K resolution with Dolby Vision High Dynamic Range.


The box set also includes a 24-page booklet, featuring an all-new essay from renowned film critic David Thomson about the history of Sony Pictures Classics, along with information about each of the included films and an introduction from SPC co-presidents Tom Bernard and Michael Barker. Finally, the set includes hours of special archival features across the eleven films, plus a few newly added materials, rounding out this must-own gift set—perfectly timed for holiday gift-giving!








“ORLANDO” (1992)

Tilda Swinton and Billy Zane star in this hip, sexy and wickedly funny look at an English nobleman who defies the laws of nature and comes back to life as an English noblewoman.

ORLANDO 4K UHD Disc Breakdown

Feature presented in 4K resolution with Dolby Vision (1.85:1 aspect ratio)

English 2-Channel Surround DTS-HD Master Audio



Special Features:

Commentary with Director Sally Potter and Actress Tilda Swinton

Select Scenes Commentary

Orlando Goes to Russia

Orlando in Uzbekistan

Jimmy Was an Angel

Venice Film Festival Press Conference

An Interview with Sally Potter

Theatrical Trailer

ORLANDO has a run time of approximately 94 minutes and is rated PG-13 for some sensuality.




 


“THE CELLULOID CLOSET” (1995)

Narrated by Lily Tomlin, this exuberant, eye-opening movie serves up a dazzling hundred-year history of gay men and women on the silver screen.

THE CELLULOID CLOSET 4K UHD Disc Breakdown

Feature presented in 4K resolution with Dolby Vision (1.85:1 aspect ratio)

English 2-Channel Surround DTS-HD Master Audio



Special Features:

Commentary with Filmmakers Rob Epstein, Jeffrey Friedman, Lily Tomlin, producer Howard Rosenman, and editor Arnold Glassman

Additional Commentary with Author Vito Russo

Collection of Outtakes

Interview with Vito Russo

Theatrical Trailer

THE CELLULOID CLOSET has a run time of approximately 101 minutes and is rated R for some graphic footage of sexuality and violence, and for language.


 


“THE CITY OF LOST CHILDREN” (1995)

From Jean-Pierre Jeunet, the director of AMELIE and DELICATESSEN, comes a fantastically twisted fairy tale chock-full of curious characters, spectacular stunts and unforgettable visuals.

THE CITY OF LOST CHILDREN 4K UHD Disc Breakdown

Feature presented in 4K resolution with Dolby Vision (1.85:1 aspect ratio)

French 2-Channel Surround DTS-HD Master Audio



Special Features:

Commentary with Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Actor Ron Perlman

NEWLY ADDED: Audio Commentary with Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet

Making-Of Featurette

"Les Archives de Jean-Pierre Jeunet"

Interview With Costume Designer Jean-Paul Gaultier

Theatrical Teasers & Trailer

THE CITY OF LOST CHILDREN has a run time of approximately 113 minutes and is rated R for disturbing and grotesque images of violence and menace.



 


“RUN LOLA RUN” (1998)

A thrilling post-MTV, roller-coaster ride! Time is running out for Lola (Franka Potente). She's just received a frantic phone call from her boyfriend, Manni (Moritz Bleibtreu), who's lost a small fortune belonging to his mobster boss. If Lola doesn't replace the money in twenty minutes, Manni will surely suffer severe consequences.

RUN LOLA RUN 4K UHD Disc Breakdown

Feature presented in 4K resolution with Dolby Vision (1.85:1 aspect ratio)

German 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio



Special Features:

Commentary with Director Tom Tykwer and Actor Franka Potente

NEWLY ADDED: Audio Commentary with Director Tom Tykwer and Editor Mathilde Bonnefoy &

NEWLY ADDED: Making-Of Featurette

Still Running Featurette

“Believe” Music Video

Theatrical Trailer

RUN LOLA RUN has a run time of approximately 80 minutes and is rated R for some violence and language.





 

“SLC PUNK” (1998)

It's 1985 and Stevo is that rare animal: a punk rocker in the Mormon stronghold of Salt Lake City, Utah. He just graduated from college with honors and now his life is a nutty roller coaster ride of rock shows, stealing cars, beating up rednecks and non-stop partying with his buddy, Heroin Bob, and his girlfriend. But with the scene getting lame and Stevo going nowhere fast, he has to put his punk ideals to the test.

SLC PUNK 4K UHD Disc Breakdown

Feature presented in 4K resolution with Dolby Vision (2.35:1 aspect ratio)

English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio


Special Features:

NEW: Revisiting SLC PUNK – a new interview with Director James Merendino

Commentary with Director James Merendino and Actors Matthew Lillard & Michael Goorjian

Comic Book Gallery

Theatrical Trailer

SLC PUNK has a run time of approximately 97 minutes and is rated R for pervasive language, drug use, violent anti-social behavior and some sexuality.




 



“CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON” (2000)

An epic set against the breathtaking landscapes of ancient China, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon combines the exhilarating martial arts choreography by Yuen Wo-Ping (The Matrix) with the sensitivity and classical storytelling of an Ang Lee film. The result is something truly unexpected: romantic, emotionally powerful entertainment.

CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON 4K UHD Disc Breakdown

Feature a NEW presented in 4K resolution with Dolby Vision (2.39:1 aspect ratio)

Mandarin Dolby Atmos & 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio



Special Features:

Commentary with Director Ang Lee and Writer / Producer James Schamus

Commentary with Cinematographer Peter Pau

Introduction by Director Ang Lee

7 Deleted Scenes (in 4K HDR)

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon - A Retrospective

The Making of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

English “A Love Before Time” Music Video

Mandarin “A Love Before Time” Music Video

A Conversation with Michelle Yeoh

Photo Gallery

Theatrical Trailer

CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON has a run time of approximately 120 minutes and is rated PG-13 for martial arts violence and some sexuality.



 




“THE DEVIL’S BACKBONE” (2001)


His father killed in the brutal fighting of the Spanish Civil War, ten-year-old Carlos is sent to live at the desolate Santa Lucia School, now a makeshift shelter for war orphans. Soon after his arrival, Carlos has a series of seemingly supernatural encounters: strange shadows, voices and, most frightening of all, the apparition of a brutalized young boy. Turns out that Carlos is not alone in seeing these strange phenomena, many other children have experienced the "One Who Sighs," as the entity has come to be called.

THE DEVIL’S BACKBONE 4K UHD Disc Breakdown

Feature presented in 4K resolution with Dolby Vision (1.85:1 aspect ratio)

Spanish 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio



Special Features:

Commentary with Director Guillermo del Toro

Commentary with Director Guillermo del Toro and Cinematographer Guillermo Navarro

Guillermo del Toro Introduction

Director’s Thumbnails Track

Director's Notebook

Que es un fantasma? Featurette

4 Deleted Scenes with Director Commentary

Sketch, Storyboard, Screen – 6 Scenes

Making-Of Featurette

Summoning Spirits Featurette

o Theatrical Trailer

THE DEVIL’S BACKBONE has a run time of approximately 108 minutes and is rated R for violence, language and some sexuality.



 



“VOLVER” (2006)

Academy Award -winner Pedro Almodóvar (2003, Best Original Screenplay, Talk to Her) comes VOLVER, a comedic and compassionate tribute to women and their resilience in the face of life's most outrageous tribulations. A luminous Penélope Cruz leads an ensemble of gifted actresses, including Carmen Maura (Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown). Raimunda (Cruz) and her sister Sole lost their parents in a tragic fire years ago...or did they? Superstitious villagers claim that the girls' departed mother, Irene (Maura), has been seen wandering around their Aunt Paula's home. When Irene appears to Sole, she explains that she has returned to set right her daughters' troubled lives and reveal shocking secrets that will impact everyone!

VOLVER 4K UHD Disc Breakdown

Feature presented in 4K resolution with Dolby Vision (2.35:1 aspect ratio)

Spanish 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio



Special Features:

Commentary: Director Pedro Almodóvar and Actor Penélope Cruz

Making of Volver Featurette

Interview With Pedro Almodóvar

Interview with Penélope Cruz

Interview With Carmen Maura

Tribute to Penélope Cruz

Theatrical Trailer

VOLVER has a run time of approximately 121 minutes and is rated R for some sexual content and language.





 

“SYNECDOCHE, NEW YORK” (2008)

From Charlie Kaufman comes a visual and philosophic adventure. Theater director Caden Cotard (Philip Seymour Hoffman) is mounting a new play. His life catering to suburban blue-hairs at the local regional theater in Schenectady, New York is looking bleak. His wife Adele (Catherine Keener) has left him to pursue her painting in Berlin, taking their young daughter Olive with her. His therapist, Madeleine Gravis (Hope Davis), is better at plugging her best-seller than she is at counseling him. A new relationship with the alluringly candid Hazel (Samantha Morton) has prematurely run aground. And a mysterious condition is systematically shutting down each of his autonomic functions, one by one. Worried about the transience of his life, he leaves his home behind. He gathers an ensemble cast into a warehouse in New York City, hoping to create a work of brutal honesty. He directs them in a celebration of the mundane, instructing each to live out their constructed lives in a growing mockup of the city outside.

SYNECDOCHE, NEW YORK 4K UHD Disc Breakdown

Feature presented in 4K resolution with Dolby Vision (2.35:1 aspect ratio)

English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio



Special Features:

The Story of Caden Cotard Featurette

NFTS/Script Factory Masterclass

Infectious Diseases in Cattle Roundtable

In and Around Synecdoche, New York Featurette

Theatrical Trailer

SYNECDOCHE, NEW YORK has a run time of approximately 124 minutes and is rated R for language and some sexual content/nudity.






 



“STILL ALICE” (2014)

Alice Howland (Julianne Moore), happily married with three grown children, is a renowned linguistics professor who starts to forget words. When she receives a diagnosis of Early-Onset Alzheimer's disease, Alice and her family find their bonds thoroughly tested. Her struggle stay connected to who she once was is frightening, heartbreaking, and inspiring. Also starring Alec Baldwin, Kristen Stewart, Kate Bosworth and Hunter Parrish.

STILL ALICE 4K UHD Disc Breakdown

Feature presented in 4K resolution with Dolby Vision (1.85:1 aspect ratio)

English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio



Special Features:

3 Deleted Scenes

Directing Alice Featurette

Finding Alice Featurette

Interview with Composer Ilan Eshkeri

Theatrical Trailer

STILL ALICE has a run time of approximately 101 minutes and is rated PG-13 for mature thematic material, and brief language including a sexual reference.





 



“CALL ME BY YOUR NAME” (2017)

Amid the summer splendor of 1980’s Italy, Elio and Oliver discover the heady beauty of awakening desire that will alter their lives forever.

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME 4K UHD Disc Breakdown

Feature presented in 4K resolution with Dolby Vision (1.85:1 aspect ratio)

English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio



Special Features:

Commentary with Actors Timothée Chalamet and Michael Stuhlbarg

Snapshots of Italy: The Making of Call Me by Your Name Featurette

In Conversation with Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg, and Luca Guadagnino Featurette

"Mystery of Love" Music Video by Sufjan Stevens

Theatrical Trailer

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME has a run time of approximately 132 minutes and is rated R for sexual content, nudity, and some language.




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