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Old 08-11-2010, 07:07 PM   #1
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United Kingdom The Official Artificial Eye on Blu-ray Thread

The Artificial Eye Collection










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Box Sets

Classic Bergman Collection



The Mizoguchi Collection





What you should know about the collection:

1.The following titles are Region-Free. Therefore, they are perfectly playable on ALL North American Blu-ray players and PS3s. Check our reviews to see if their supplemental features are playable in North America as well. Please note that NONE of the titles contain problematic PAL or 1080/50i content:

1. Lou Reed's Berlin
2. Caché (Hidden)
3. Ashes of Time Redux
4. Chungking Express
5. Waltz with Bashir
6. Fish Tank
7. Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait
8. Katyn
9. The Double Life of Veronique
10. Lourdes
11. Vincere
12. White Material
13. Certified Copy
14. Winter's Bone
15. Of God's and Men
16. Route Irish
17. Essential Killing
18. 13 Assassins
19. Angels of Evil
20. The Night is Young


2.The following title(s) is Region-Free. However, it contains problematic PAL and/or 1080/50i content preceding its main menu, and therefore cannot be played on most North American Blu-ray players, including the PS3.

1. Zatoichi

3.The following titles are Region-B LOCKED. Therefore, you must have a native Region-B or Region-Free player in order to view them:

1. Antichrist
2. The White Ribbon
3. A Separation
4. Melancholia
5. The Big Picture
6. We Need to Talk About Kevin
7. The Woman in the Fifth
8. The Deep Blue Sea
9. Wuthering Heights
10. The Mizoguchi Collection
11. Classic Bergman Collection
12. La Ceremonie
13. Michael
14. Trishna
15. The Kid With A Bike
16. Elles
17. Fallen Angels
18. Goodbye First Love
19. Le Havre
20. Free Men
21. Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry
22. Orlando
23. Etre et avoir
24. Tango Lesson
25. Berberian Sound Studio
26. 360
27. In Your Hands
28. Ginger & Rosa
29. Amour
30. What Richard Did
31. Lore
32. Amateur
33. Next of Kin
34. Beyond the Hills
35. Simple Men
36. Me and You
37. Speaking Parts
38. Babette's Feast
39. Family Viewing
40. Charulata (The Lonely Wife)
41. Mahanagar (The Big City)
42. Exotica
43. Something in the Air
44. Thérèse Desqueyroux
45. The Great Beauty
46. Blue is the Warmest Colour
47. Querelle
48. Couscous
49. The Atom Egoyan Collection
50. The Holy Man
51. Nymphomaniac Vol. I
52. Nymphomaniac Vol. II
53. Bastards
54. Fill the Void
55. Boy Meets Girl
56. Jules & Jim
57. Shoot the Piano Player
58. The 400 Blows
59. Venus in Fur
60. Anne and Muriel (Two English Girls)
61. The Soft Skin
62. Bed and Board
63. Stolen Kisses
64. The Woman Next Door
65. The Last Metro
66. A Gorgeous Girl Like Me
67. Breaking the Waves
68. Two Days, One Night
69. Finally, Sunday
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75. Mr. X
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77. The Lars von Trier Collection
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79. The Duke of Burgundy
80. Nymphomaniac: Director's Cut
81. Wild Tales
82. Clouds of Sils Maria
83. Timbuktu
84. The Dance of Reality
85. Force Majeure
86. Manglehorn
87. Kiss of the Spider
88. Love 3D (Gaspar Noe)
89. 45 Years


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Old 08-12-2010, 10:50 AM   #3
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Any news on the AE Tarkovsky titles coming to BD?
There is one Tarkovsky film that is being prepped for Blu-ray release in Russia. Specific info should be available soon.

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There is one Tarkovsky film that is being prepped for Blu-ray release in Russia. Specific info should be available soon.

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Do you mean it's being prepped in Russia (for release elsewhere) or it's going to be released in Russia, i.e. a Region C release?
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Do you mean it's being prepped in Russia (for release elsewhere) or it's going to be released in Russia, i.e. a Region C release?
Indeed - for the Russian market.

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The Russian blu-ray edition of Andrei Rublev is pretty great quality IMO. Definitely worth tracking down if your a Tarkovsky fan. Members here have been ordering theirs through kniga.ru. Enjoy
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Well this thread seems kind of dead. Could we refresh the the first post?

Why is Articifial Eye so slow in releasing Blus? Really annoying since its the best company after Criterion. They have a bunch of titles on DVD.
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Really annoying since its the best company after Criterion. They have a bunch of titles on DVD.
And affordable ones too!

They're slowly getting there with blu releases - they've got Winter's Bone and Certified Copy coming out in January. They're presumably being picky about what's lilkely to sell well on blu.

But they simply cannot be beaten when it comes to their prices for world cinema dvds and who knows, maybe that's where their strength lies. Even though you can get Summer Hours on blu, why pay £20 for the Criterion dvd when you can get it for less than a fiver on AE at AMZ UK? Why pay £60 for Agnes Varda dvd boxset on Criterion when you can get it for less than £20 on AMZ UK?
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Well this thread seems kind of dead. Could we refresh the the first post?

Why is Articifial Eye so slow in releasing Blus? Really annoying since its the best company after Criterion. They have a bunch of titles on DVD.
I have to agree, and maybe say their choice of films are better than Criterion. Well, for my taste they certainly are, but Criterion are much further ahead for the quality of content, I prefer Artificial Eye's catalogue. There Blu-ray catalogue is disappointing though, and I wish they pick up the quantity and choices. BFI are miles ahead of them on the Blu-ray front, but for DVD Artificial Eye is amazing!
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Waiting for a nice Blu set of Three Colours Trilogy, got the DVD set.
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Well this thread seems kind of dead. Could we refresh the the first post?
I have updated it. See here:

http://forum.blu-ray.com/3609275-post1.html

(kndy, I have sent you a PM to let you know about the update as this is your thread. I have saved all of your information. If you want anything restored in the first post, please let me know).

Thank you.

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Thanks Pro-B for the work done on revising the thread. I definitely look forward to more titles and knock on wood, it looks like they are starting to post more on Facebook for updates as well.


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You don't have to thank me for anything, kndy.

All the credit goes to you because you started the thread. Hopefully, we could help Artificial Eye's titles get better exposure within the community as these are difficult times for many small independent distributors, and AE are one of UK's best.

So, thank you, and we will keep updating the thread together

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p.s. Maybe in early 2011, when we get the new releases, we could make the thread a sticky.
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I have updated it. See here:

http://forum.blu-ray.com/3609275-post1.html

(kndy, I have sent you a PM to let you know about the update as this is your thread. I have saved all of your information. If you want anything restored in the first post, please let me know).

Thank you.

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Thanks ProB. I see you added White Material and I'm excited about this release. I have only seen one of her films (The Intruder), and at the time I wasn't too sure about the film, but I thought it is the kind of film that if I watch it again I will enjoy it even more. It stayed in my mind for a long time, and I kept thinking about it, and starting to like it more and more, after seeing it. It will be nice to see a director like her on Blu-ray, as with any contemplative director.

With new A-Eye titles, do the prices of roughly £13 stay like that for a while?
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Even around release date, Artificial Eye's discs come with very good prices. Katyn and Veronique, for example, came at 9.99.

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Bump! First post should be updated.

Also, why are there so few reviews for recent AE releases? Not oven on Blu-ray.com. Don't they send out screeners?
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Bump! First post should be updated.

Also, why are there so few reviews for recent AE releases? Not oven on Blu-ray.com. Don't they send out screeners?
Because whatever was sent around the end of December is yet to show up. Everything Artificial Eye release will be covered here, I just need the discs to show up.

We are even experiencing delays with Criterion's recent wave of discs, because they are simply in transit somewhere.

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I watched Winter's Bone last night, absolutely remarkable film. My wife was in tears for the whole film!
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If Solaris and Stalker come to Blu-ray will they still be released by AE? I'd quite like to see them both in HD. Solaris is selling for a penny short of sixty quid on Amazon but it's 8.99 on HMV. Has anyone ordered the DVD recently? Another site said they aren't shipping due to licensing problems are they going to switch hands?

Edit: HMV out of stock DVD wise.
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