#

New Releases

A Case for a Rookie Hangman
(Případ pro začínajícího kata)
A film by Pavel Juráček
Czechoslovakia, 1969

“It stands with Věra Chytilová 's Daisies, Ivan Passer's Intimate Lighting, and Miloš Forman's The Firemen's Ball as one of the major achievements of the Czech New Wave” Chicago Reader

Presented from a stunning new 4K restoration, Pavel Juráček's free-form and darkly surreal adaptation of Gulliver's Travels also channels Lewis Carroll and Franz Kafka to create one of Czechoslovak cinema's most audacious and disturbing works.

Our region-free Blu-ray and DVD editions also features a new 4K restoration Juráček and Jan Schmidt’s renowned Josef Kilián (1963), two additional short films, a 24-page booklet featuring a new essay by film historian Michael Brooke...
and more!

Release Date: June 2019

Everybody in Our Family
(Toată lumea din familia noastră)
A film by Radu Jude
Romania, 2012

“A violent, funny and disconcerting vision of a familial argument turned into actual slugfest” Michał Oleszczyk, Chicago Sun-Times

A key work of the Romanian New Wave, Radu Jude's pressure-cooker drama is an unflinching, sometimes uncomfortable and often hilariously profane portrait of one man's disintegrating mental health as his life and relationships crumble about him.

This region-free Blu-ray edition includes a new filmed interview with director Radu Jude as well as two of his acclaimed short films: The Tube with a Hat (2006) and Alexandra (2007), plus a 16-page booklet featuring a new essay by Carmen Gray... and more!

Release Date: April 2019

New Releases

Ikarie XB 1
A film by Jindřich Polák
Czechoslovakia, 1963

Blu-ray Special Edition

"Polák's groundbreaking celestial saga is every bit as impressive today as it was in 1963. Don't tell me Kubrick missed this one..."
Joe Dant
e

Jindřich Polák's pioneering and much-imitated feature Ikarie XB 1 is one of the cornerstones of contemporary science fiction cinema. It predates Star Trek and Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey and was clearly an influence on both - as well as countless other sci-fi films and TV shows that followed.

This region-free Blu-ray special edition presents the film from a new 4K restoration and includes the short film The Most Ordinary of Occupations (Nejvšednější povolání, 1963), a filmed appreciation by Kim Newman, 20-page booklet... and more!

Release Date: March 2019

Dawson City: Frozen Time
A film by Bill Morrison
USA, 2016

"Both awe-inspiring and humbling... an instantaneously recognizable masterpiece" Glenn Kenny, New York Times

Named as one of the best films of 2017 by more than 100 critics worldwide, Dawson City: Frozen Time tells the bizarre true story of a long-lost collection of over 500 nitrate film prints dating from the early 1900s found buried in the permafrost at a remote Yukon mining town.

Our region-free Blu-ray and DVD editions includes a brand-new filmed interview with director Bill Morrison, his exceptional short film The Letter (2018), a filmed postscript
to the story, 24-page booklet... and more.

Release Date: February 2019

Special Offers
Please remember that we offer FREE UK POSTAGE, and a
nominal charge for DELIVERY WORLDWIDE.

Home Browse The Collection Coming Soon About Second Run Shop Contact Us/Mailing List