“Call Me By Your Name”, “Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon”, More to Come in Sony Classics 30th Anniversary Box Set

Several classic Sony Pictures films make their way to 4K Ultra HD in an upcoming limited-edition box set that includes 11 must-see movies for any collector. The Sony Pictures Classics 30th Anniversary 4K Ultra HD Collection box set will be available this fall on November 22.

The collection features an extensive catalog of 11 classic films from the studio’s library, all accompanied by hours of all-new additional bonus content. The oldest film featured in the collection is Orlando from 1992, which first comes in 4K Ultra HD. The fantasy drama, starring Tilda Swinton and Billy Zane, is accompanied by commentary, interviews and the trailer for the film. Next to Orlandothe box set also includes the classic 1995 documentary, celluloid closetwhich contains two different audio commentaries, excerpts, interviews and its theatrical trailer.


At Ang Lee’s Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, which has already been released on 4K Ultra HD, will also be available in the box set. Although the movie does not come with any additional new bonus content, fans of the movie will be able to revisit past features such as commentary, deleted scenes, photo galleries, trailers, and more. The box will also include The Devil’s Backboneone of the directors Guillermo del Toro, by Pedro Almodóvar critically acclaimed film Flipfeaturing Penelope Cruzand by Charlie Kaufman Synecdoche, New Yorkfeaturing the late Philip Seymour Hoffman. The set’s most recent films include Always Alicestarring Julianne Moore and directed by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland, and romantic drama film call me by your namefeaturing Timothée Chalamet and led by Luca Guadagnino. The movie slate will come with several pieces of bonus content, such as commentary, trailers, and behind-the-scenes featurettes.

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Although the films mentioned above do not feature any new bonus content, the other films in the collection come with brand new features. The 1995 Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro film, The city of lost children, will also be featured in the box set and includes an all-new audio commentary from Jeunet himself. Next The city of lost children, Run Lola Run also comes in the box. It will consist of brand new bonus content, such as an audio commentary with the director Tom Tykwer and editor Matilda Bonnefoy, alongside an unreleased making-of of the film. The 1998 comedy-drama SLC Punk also arrives in 4K for the first time overall and comes with a new featurette titled “Revisiting SLC Punk“, which contains an interview with James MerendinoThe movie director.

Along with the debuts of several classics from the catalog, the collection will also include a 24-page booklet on the history and impact of the films selected overall. With several classic films arriving in 4K Ultra HD for the first time in this collection, movie geeks are sure to seek out the Sony Pictures Classic Collection when it arrives November 22nd.

Check out the official trailer for the upcoming collection below:

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