Female posterior-obsessed erotica director Tinto Brass’ Frivolous Lola arrives in a restored Blu-ray Edition from Arrow
With the exception of soprano Hui He in the title role, a less than stellar Aida that also suffers from subpar visuals.
A beautifully filmed and directed rendition of one of Mozart’s supreme romantic comedies that is abetted by a great cast of young singers
Terraferma is a gorgeously captured film that doesn’t quite get its intended point across.
The Blu-ray premiere of one of Rossini’s least performed operas gets the star-treatment with luxurious casting and excellent videography.
Fellini’s minor film, Il bidone, gets a beautiful new transfer to Blu-ray from Eureka’s Masters of Cinema and an opportunity for a reexamination.
Giuseppe Tornatore’s heartfelt ode to the cinema gets a beautiful new restoration on Blu-ray from Arrow Films
San Francisco Opera gives us a traditional production of one of Donizetti’s lesser known operas
A strong cast delivers vocal pyrotechnics with sets and effects from the silent movie era in Teatro Communale di Bologna’s Ciro in Babilonia
This Don Giovanni is Dmitri Tcherniakov’s rethinking of an operatic warhorse that simply goes all wrong from the beginning.