The work of filmmaker Angela Schanelec has garnered a committed following since her 1994 debut. Her films have bewitched and mystified audiences with her unique, elliptical depictions of everyday life.
Winner of the 'Best Director' prize at the 2019 Berlin Film Festival, I Was at Home, but... explores the impact of a devastating tragedy on a family, as they come to terms with grief, longing and and the prospect of moving on.
Schanelec’s films have a rhythm and tone all their own, and I Was at Home, but... achieves a remarkable balance of quiet poetry and raw emotion.
Discuss DVDs and Blu-rays released by Second Run and the films on them.
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- Leave Her to Beaver
- Joined: Sun Aug 28, 2016 12:32 am
Coming to Blu-Ray in March, per Second Run’s website:
- Joined: Sat Mar 17, 2012 12:22 pm
- Location: Cornwall, U.K.
- What A Disgrace
- Joined: Sun Nov 07, 2004 10:34 pm
March 29, according to Arrow's website.
- High Definition, director-approved presentation of the of the film
A new and exclusive filmed interview with director Angela Schanelec (2021)
Three early short films by Angela Schanelec:
- Lovely Yellow Colour (Schöne gelbe Farbe, 1991)
- Far Away (Weit entfernt, 1992)
- Prague, March '92 (Prag, März 92, 1992)
Booklet featuring a new essay by critic and journalist Carmen Gray
DTS HD 5.1 and 2.0 Stereo audio
Region free Blu-ray (A/B/C)