"We'll See" Upcoming Foreign Film Trailers, etc




So, last week we printed a list of some of the upcoming foreign films that we're all looking forward to. In most cases DVD/Blu will probably be the first shot Orlando gets at seeing them, but in a few cases they could end up down here, or at least available on Video On Demand through Brighthouse or DirecTV/Dish. Im Sang-soo's sexy thriller, The Housemaid, for instance, is available on VOD in HD through Brighthouse in the International Film menu.

But just to go a little beyond that we did in the article, here is a collection of trailers and other videos for the films that we mentioned.


Release Date: Out now, limited.


Paprika Steen Interview (2 parts)

Certified Copy

Release Date: March 11th, limited.


Juliet Binoche Interview

The Grandmasters

Release Date: TBD (Winter, most likely)

Trailer (No actual footage, just an announcement)


Release Date: TBD (Winter, most likely)

Behind the Scenes Music Video (in Thai)

The Housemaid

Release Date: Out now, limited; VOD.


Im Sang-soo Interview (In Korean, but translated)


Release Date: TBD (Winter/2012, most likely)


Alrick Brown Interview (2 Parts)


Release Date: TBD (Winter, most likely)


Lars von Trier Interview

Norwegian Wood

Release Date: TBD (Fall, most likely)

Full International Trailer (Subtitled)



I'll Come See You Again by Johnny Greenwood

Tran Ahn Hung Interview (2 parts)

Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

Release Date: March 7th, limited


Apichatpong Weerasethakul Interview

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