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DVD RELEASES 2010/4/27

Since we’re playing catch-up from the great HTN techno-quake of 2010, I’m not going to go into too much depth about this week’s titles. For the record, these titles were released on Tuesday, April 27, 2010:

Possible Films Volume 2, New Short Films By Hal Hartley (Microcinema) — Buy it on DVD.

Hal Hartley’s Surviving Desire (Digitally Remastered) (Microcinema) — Buy it on DVD.

William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe (New Video Group) — Buy it on DVD.

Fugitive Kind (Criterion) — Buy it on DVD.

Five Minutes of Heaven (MPI Home Video) — Buy it on DVD or Blu-ray.

It’s Garry Shandling’s Show: The Complete First Season (Shout! Factory) — Buy it on DVD.

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Michael Tully is an award-winning writer/director whose films have garnered widespread critical acclaim, his projects having premiered at some of the most renowned film festivals across the globe. He is also the former (and founding) editor of this site. In 2006, Michael's first feature, COCAINE ANGEL, chronicling a tragic week in the life of a young drug addict, world premiered at the International Film Festival Rotterdam. The film immediately solidified the director as one of Filmmaker Magazine’s "25 New Faces of Independent Film,” a reputation that was reinforced a year later when his follow-up feature, SILVER JEW, a documentary capturing the late David Berman's rare musical performances in Tel Aviv, world-premiered at SXSW and landed distribution with cult indie-music label Drag City. In 2011, Michael wrote, directed, and starred in his third feature, SEPTIEN, which debuted at the 27th annual Sundance Film Festival before being acquired by IFC Films' Sundance Selects banner. A few years later, in 2014, Michael returned to Sundance with the world premiere of his fourth feature, PING PONG SUMMER, an ‘80s set coming-of-age tale that was quickly picked up for theatrical distribution by Gravitas Ventures. In 2018, Michael wrote and directed the dread-inducing genre film DON'T LEAVE HOME, which has been described as "Get Out with Catholic guilt in the Irish countryside" (IndieWire). The film premiered at SXSW and was subsequently acquired by Cranked Up Films and Shudder.

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