Netflix Expands Criterion Collection Presence With Four New Films Coming to Library

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Netflix is expanding its presence in the Criterion Collection library’s slate of essential films past and present. In addition to the previously announced debut of “Roma” in every cinephile’s favorite home video library, Netflix will now be adding “The Irishman,” “Marriage Story,” “American Factory,” and “Atlantics” to the Criterion Collection. Though Netflix has yet to announce street dates for the newly announced pack of titles, “Roma” will hit Criterion on DVD and Blu-ray February 11, with these four additions set to follow later in 2020.

Martin Scorsese’s gangster epic “The Irishman” will mark the director’s third film to be featured in the Criterion Collection, alongside his swooning Edith Wharton adaptation “The Age of Innocence” and searing epic “The Last Temptation of Christ.” Director Noah Baumbach, meanwhile, can add “Marriage Story” to his preexisting Criterion selections “Frances Ha,” “The Squid and the Whale,” and “Kicking and Screaming.”

The Irishman
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