New DVD & On-Demand Releases for Q4 2020
As the weather becomes colder and the outdoors become less hospitable, that means more movie-watching time! We are excited to share with you several new arthouse cinema releases that you can find on DVD and video-on-demand platforms.
This quarter, we bring you the fascinating documentary Botero, about the world’s most popular living artist Fernando Botero, and German historical dramas A Regular Woman and Habermann. We have more exciting releases coming up in 2021, so be sure to check out our website and subscribe to our YouTube Channel and Facebook page so you don’t miss a beat!
2018 | 84 mins | Canada | Documentary | Directed by Don Millar
Perhaps the most famous living artist of our present day, Fernando Botero is a worthy subject of a documentary. Born in Medellin, Colombia in 1932, the worldly Botero shares the story of his humble beginnings and ambitions that led him on a tumultuous journey and ultimately shaped his signature style of volumetric art. Featuring extensive interviews and fascinating archival footage.
Available on Amazon Prime, iTunes, Comcast and Vudu. DVD available on Amazon.com.
A REGULAR WOMAN
Based on the tragic “honor killing” of Hatun Aynur Sürücü in Berlin in 2005, A Regular Woman portrays the life of a free-spirited young woman living with an ultra-conservative Turkish Muslim family in Berlin. Aynur escapes the abusive family and struggles to maintain independence, only to be shot to death by her youngest brother shortly before she is set to move away and begin a new life.
Available on Amazon Video, Vimeo On Demand and Comcast. DVD available on Amazon.com.
After the Nazis were defeated at the end of WW2, anti-German sentiment boiled over in formerly Nazi-controlled regions around Eastern Europe. August Habermann is a wealthy German mill owner who wants nothing to do with the Nazis or the motherland when his town of Eglau is occupied, but as the war drags on the commanding Nazi officer of the occupied territory makes his life a living hell for not sympathizing with the 3rd Reich’s mission.
Available on Amazon Prime, Vimeo On Demand and Comcast. DVD available on Amazon.com.
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