Criterion Announce June 2011 Titles

Criterion have just announced their upcoming June disc titles with ten new films added to the collection.

On the list this month are Louis Malle’s surreal adolescent sexuality tale “Black Moon” and his anarchic comedy “Zazie in the Metro”; the 1930 silent doco/narrative feature “People on Sunday” which was co-written by Billy Wilder and Fred Zinnemann; and Kon Ichikawa’s adaptation of Junichiro Tanizaki’s beloved Japanese novel “The Makioka Sisters”.

Also on hand are Rolbert Aldrich’s noir masterpiece “Kiss Me Deadly”, Nicolas Roeg’s celebrity-skewing satire “Insignificance”, and a four disc ‘Eclipse Series’ collection of Raffaello Matarazzo’s extravagant early 50’s Italian melodramas – “Chains,” “Tormento,” “Nobody’s Children” and “The White Angel”. While the Eclipse Series titles will be DVD only, all the others will be available on both DVD and Blu-ray.