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First Look: PJ20 DVD and Blu-ray

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The first details for the October 25th release of Pearl Jam Twenty on DVD and Blu-ray have been announced over at PearlJam.com. Of course, there will be a single disc DVD release and a single disc Blu-ray release. If you want to dig deeper, Ten Club/PearlJam.com will be offering 3 Disc Deluxe Versions on both DVD and Blu-ray. All versions with be region free. We’ll have more on the extras in the coming weeks, but here’s the initial specs:

  • Disc 1: Pearl Jam Twenty (along with 30 minutes of bonus footage)
  • Disc 2: The Kids Are Twenty Version of the Film (along with bonus footage) (This is the complete concert footage shown in the film that Cameron has mentioned in interviews recently)
  • Disc 3: The Fans Are Alright (over 80 minutes of extras focusing on the fans and their relationship with the band)

 

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Sep 23, 2011

Mark Kozelek: DVD + Cameron Interview On 8/16!

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Mark Kozelek will release a documentary DVD entitled On Tour. A Documentary on August 16th lensed by Joshua Stoddard. On the same day, the Sun Kil Moon site will post an written interview that Mark did with Cameron. So stay tuned for that. Here’s the details from Caldo Verde Records:

For 19 years, critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Mark Kozelek has toured solo and as front man of both Red House Painters and Sun Kil Moon. Until now, he has never given filmmakers access into his life on the road. Filmed during portions of Mark Kozelek’s European and North American tours of 2010 and 2011, this is a rare glimpse into Mark’s backstage areas and passenger seat travels. Shot in black and white, this dynamic film captures the fast paced travel of a singer on a solo-acoustic journey, giving viewers an inspirational look at its high points, and also a stark view of its mundane realities. Footage includes an intimate version of ‘Katy Song’ performed at Sant’Ambrogio Church in Bologna, a mesmerizing ‘Half Moon Bay’ performed in Switzerland, and a flamenco-flourished ‘Third and Seneca’ filmed in a Copenhagen hotel room. The film’s soundtrack includes album tracks, concert recordings, hotel room performances, and a score written and performed by Mark Kozelek.

TRACK LISTING:

  • Sam Wong Hotel
  • Ålesund
  • Void
  • Katy Song
  • Half Moon Bay
  • Australian Winter
  • Tonight In Bilbao
  • Lucky Man
  • Trailways
  • Four Fingered Fisherman
  • Like The River
  • Lost Verses
  • Blue Orchids
  • Third And Seneca
  • Carry Me Ohio
  • You Are My Sun
  • Natural Light
  • Moorestown
  • Heron Blue
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Jul 11, 2011

Dobler Army + Say Anything…Reflections

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Hopefully you got your 20th Anniversary edition of Say Anything… on Blu-ray or DVD. A bunch of stories hit the Internet to celebrate and I thought I would share them with you.

  • As you can see, an army of Lloyd Doblers took over New York to promote the release. There’s a nice recap over at Big Picture, Big Sound.
  • A look back at Say Anything… with Cameron was in a recent issue of Entertainment Weekly and is now in the Press Section. It’s definitely worth a read.
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Nov 3, 2009

Say Anything 20th Anniversary Blu-ray Release Set!

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Say Anything… will be re-released on DVD (along with its first Blu-ray release) on November 3rd. I’m happy that the … has returned to the title.

This 20th anniversary edition BD carries over all of the bonus materials of the previous DVD edition and adds four new features (a trivia track and three featurettes.) Two of the features (the trivia track and one featurette are Blu-ray exclusives).

Special features include:

  • Intro and commentary by Cameron Crowe, John Cusack and Ione Skye
  • Trivia track: To Know Say Anything… is to Love It! (BD-exclusive)
  • Featurettes:
    • An Iconic Film Revisited: Say Anything… 20 Years Later (BD exclusive)
    • A Conversation with Cameron Crowe(new!)
    • I Love Say Anything…!(new!)
    • Vintage featurette
  • Alternate scenes (with optional commentary by Cameron Crowe)
  • Deleted and extended scenes
  • Theatrical trailers
  • TV spots
  • Photo gallery
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Aug 15, 2009

Elizabethtown DVD Coming February 7th

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The Elizabethtown DVD will be released on Tuesday, February 7th, and will include the following extras:

  • Two shorts from www.cameroncrowe.com:
    • Training Wheels – highlights from pre-production
    • Meet the Crew – a closer look behind-the-scenes with the cast and crew
  • Two Extended Scenes
  • Rusty’s Learning To Listen Part 8 – the full-length Rusty video
  • Hanging With Russell In Memphis – Earnestine & Hazel’s Russell George talks music with Drew
  • Photo Gallery by Neal Preston, including behind-the-scenes photos
  • Two Theatrical Trailers
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Jan 3, 2006

Song In Prelude to a Dream

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A real popular question of late is the music in the Vanilla Sky DVD featurette “A Prelude to a Dream”. The song is listed in the DVD credits (Special Features section) and it’s called “Tracy (playing with the young team mix)” by Mogwai (remixed by Kid Loco).

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Apr 10, 2003

Sunset is Coming…

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Billy Wilder’s classic film Sunset Boulevard is finally coming to DVD sometime late this year. Extra features on the Paramount DVD will include an all-new documentary on the film (with new interviews with Glenn Close and others) as well as an audio commentary by Ed Sikov, the author of the Billy Wilder biography Sunset Boulevard.

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Jun 20, 2002

Vanilla Sky DVD Info

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Here’s all the Vanilla Sky DVD details!

  • Audio Commentary with writer/director Cameron Crowe, Nancy Wilson (plus special guests)
  • Live musical score by Nancy Wilson during the commentary!
  • “Prelude To A Dream” featurette
  • “Hitting It Hard” featurette
  • Interview with Paul McCartney
  • Music video for “Afrika Shox”
  • Gag Reel
  • Unreleased Theatrical Trailer
  • International Theatrical Trailer
  • Still gallery with audio intro by Neal Preston
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Mar 7, 2002

Mike Finger’s The Blue and the Black