Famed arthouse home video label The Criterion Collection is set to release Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma” as part of its collection in February.
The disc release of the Oscar-winning, black and white feature will include five separate documentaries about the creation of the epic period film and will feature the same 4K digital master and Dolby Atmos sound that was found in the theatrical release and is currently on Netflix.
There will also be below-the-line crew, exclusive essays and production-design images. This marks the first Netflix film to be added to the Criterion Collection and suggestion is this won’t be the last.
In addition to “Roma,” Criterion is also releasing the 1990 documentary “Paris is Burning,” Pier Paolo Pasolini’s “Teorema,” Hiroshi Teshigahara’s “Antonio Gaudi” and three films from filmmaker Karel Zeman.