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New Releases

I Was at Home, But...
(Ich war zuhause, aber...)
A film by Angela Schanelec
Germany, 2019

Blu-ray Special Edition

“An elegantly radical mystery... Classically composed and gorgeously immersive.”
Jessica Kiang, Sight & Sound

Angela Schanelec’s wonderfully elusive and allusive films intrigue audiences with their enigmatic explorations of everyday human dilemmas.

Winner of the 'Best Director' prize at the 2019 Berlin Film Festival, I Was at Home, But... is a tender, profoundly moving portrait of a family living with love and loss.

Our region-free Blu-ray features a new filmed interview with Angela Schanelec, three of her early short films, booklet and more.

Release Date: March 2021

Tomorrow I'll Wake Up and Scald Myself with Tea
(Zítra vstanu a opařím se čajem)
A film by Jindřich Polák
Czechoslovakia, 1977

Blu-ray and DVD Special Editions

“This is easily the greatest Czechoslovak time-travelling Nazi comedy ever made.” Michael Brooke

From Jindřich Polák, director of the sci-fi classic Ikarie XB1, comes this deliciously demented time-travel romp.
A wonderfully absurd gem (which has something of a cult reputation in the UK following an unscheduled one-off screening on late-night TV in the early 80s), Tomorrow I'll Wake Up and Scald Myself with Tea emerges now as one of the great undiscovered sci-fi movies of the 1970s.

Presented in a new HD transfer from original materials, our region-free Blu-ray and DVD editions feature a new Projection Booth commentary, booklet and more!

Release Date: January 2021

New Releases

Goodbye, Dragon Inn
(Bú sàn)
A film by Tsai Ming-Liang
Taiwan, 2003

Blu-ray and DVD Special Editions

“A beautiful love poem to the movies.”
Slant magazine

An exquisite, wryly funny and tender tribute to the experience of movie-going, Tsai Ming-Liang's poignant love letter to cinema is now widely regarded as a classic.

Presented in a ravishing new 4K restoration, our region-free Blu-ray and DVD editions also feature a new and exclusive filmed interview with Tsai Ming-Liang, plus the world home video premiere of his 2009 short Madam Butterfly - and a 24-page booklet with writing on the film by Tony Rayns and a personal appreciation by filmmaker Apichtpong Weersaethakul.

Release Date: November 2020

How You Live Your Story
Selected works by Kevin Jerome Everson
USA, 2005 - 2020

Blu-ray 2-disc Special Edition

“Everson makes films that hover between close observation and abstraction, politics and poetry.” Elena Gorfinkel, Sight & Sound

The American artist Kevin Jerome Everson has created a remarkable body of moving image work that co-exists within film and art exhibition contexts. With a sense of place and history, his films focus on the lives, labour and leisure of working-class Black Americans and people of African descent. They suggest not only the relentlessness of everyday life but also reveal its inherent beauty.

This selection of four features and 17 short films, together with an 'image booklet' of photographs, has been specifically curated by the artist. Second Run are proud to present the first comprehensive collection to be released on Blu-ray of Everson's award-winning and critically acclaimed films.

Release Date: November 2020

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