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NEW AND FUTURE RELEASES:



Official Release Date: July 2014
LOVE IN THE CITY: Short films by: ANTONIONI, FELLINI, LATTUADA, LIZZANI, MASELLI, RISI and ZAVATTINI,
NOW AVAILABLE


Official Release Date: November 2014
Bernardo Bertolucci: THE CONFORMIST
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER




Official Release Date: June 2014
Michelangelo Antonioni: I VINTI
NOW AVAILABLE




Official Release Date: October 2014
Rino Di Silvestro: WEREWOLF WOMAN
NOW AVAILABLE




Official Release Date: October 2014
Monte Hellman: IGUANA
NOW AVAILABLE




Official Release Date: October 2014
Domenico Paolella: STUNT SQUAD
NOW AVAILABLE




Official Release Date: December 2014
Fernando di Leo: SLAUGHTERHOUSE HOTEL
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER




Official Release Date: December 2014
Fernando di Leo: THE LONG HAIR OF DEATH
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER











PRESS:

Review of Love in the City
"...this compilation of short film essays directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, Federico Fellini and four other soon-to-be-prominent Italian directors, is of great historical significance: a precursor to Lionel Rogosin’s staged documentaries, as well as the founding work of cinéma vérité, Jean Rouch and Edgar Morin’s “Chronicle of a Summer” (1961), not to mention the American television reportage of the 1960s."

- The New York Times, August 10, 2014

The New York Times

Review of Cavani's, The Year of The Cannibals
"The glory that was Rome faded by the mid-’70s, but over the past few years, the Minneapolis company Raro Video has established a niche by issuing forgotten or unreleased curiosities, as well as major works, of classic Italian cinema in high-quality Blu-ray."

- The New York Times, January 31, 2014

The New York Times

Review of Di Leo's, Shoot First, Die Later
"The master of the gritty, real-life Italian crime drama is Fernando Di Leo. Di Leo isn’t as well known as some of his fellow polizio directors, and therefore many of his films have been quite hard to find since their initial releases. Raro Video has been doing a lot to change that, however, and their latest is considered to be Di Leo’s hardest to find and perhaps his best, SHOOT FIRST, DIE LATER."
- Shockingimages.com June 19, 2013

shockingimages.com


Review of Ferroni's, The Night of the Devils
"Since launching their US imprint, Raro Video has consistently delivered excellent releases of little-seen Italian films that had somehow eluded legitimate releases here in the States."

- Film Monthly, November 12, 2012

Film Monthly


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