Essential Art House - 50 Years of Janus Films 2006 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
50 Years, 50 Films
One Spectacular DVD Box Set Janus Films opened American viewers’ eyes to the pleasures of Ingmar Bergman, Federico Fellini, and François Truffaut at the height of their artistic powers. Celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of this world-renowned distribution company with Essential Art House: 50 Years of Janus Films, an expansive collectors’ box set featuring fifty classic films on DVD and a lavishly illustrated hardcover book that tells the story of Janus Films through an essay by film historian Peter Cowie, a tribute from Martin Scorsese, and notes on each of the fifty films.
• Eight Academy Awards
• Twenty-eight Academy Award nominations
• Two Palme d’or awards
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