It’s been a wonderful year at the movies for cinephiles, but what do you get for the film lover who has seen everything already
It’s been a wonderful year at the movies for cinephiles, but what do you get for the film lover who has seen everything already?
The holidays always bring anniversary releases of tried-and-true classics, like the 4K Ultra HD 25th Anniversary Titanic re-release, as well as tricked-out 4K sets of the year's biggest hits, like “Barbie” of course. But there are plenty of more unique options, at all price points, from a high-roller ticket to the Sundance Film Festival in January to a Criterion Channel subscription and more.
SOFIA COPPOLA BOOK
Sofia Coppola dug into her personal photos from 25 years of filmmaking for her first book, “Sofia Coppola Archive 1999-2023.” In the 479-page book, Coppola takes you on a visual journey from “The Virgin Suicides” through “Priscilla,” including intimate behind-the-scenes photos with all the famous faces she’s worked with, from Kirsten Dunst to Bill Murray. There are inspiration boards, script pages with handwritten annotations, correspondence with collaborators, as well as personal introductions to each film.
POLISH FILM POSTERS
Whether you're trying to upgrade a loved one’s movie poster collection from whatever was in their college dorm room or just trying to find something a little off-beat, this delightful collection of Polish Film Posters is a great place to start. There is a long, rich history to these artistic interpretations of Hollywood marketing materials. Some are surreal, some abstract, and all are reflective of the individual artist. The prices are all over the place depending on whether you choose vintage or reprint: An original “Godfather” posterRead more on abcnews.go.com