There appears to be gathering interest in releasing Fellini's movies on DVD.
Three Fellini movies have been released recently on DVD by Infinity Arthouse, as a 5-DVD Box Set, which is not a lighthearted investment:
And The Ship Sails On
Ginger And Fred
I can vouch for the transfer quality - excellent and the extras are considerable and interesting.
There's also Ludwig by Visconti. Clearly they have their sights on this Italian minor classic niche market and are treating it seriously.
Can't find their site via Google however. Be nice to see if they have any plans for La Voce Della Luna. 'If you don't ask, you don't get'.
Anyone know how to get hold of IA?
This thread is a few years old? Yikes. Anyway, I've written to Criterion about La Voce della Luna with zero luck as usual. They continue to release a load of films that are mediocre at best - among a few worthy classics deserving attention. They ignore Fellini almost completely. Kurosawa has a $300 box set and Fellini is all but out of print. It's too bad. Fellini, it seems, will be going the way of the Dodo while crap movies like Robinson Crusoe on Mars and Tokyo Drifter get Blu-ray releases. Being "hip" seems to have more currency than having brilliance. Might have to write off Criterion Collection and push these titles elsewhere. Too bad; they had a great track record going for a while there.
Found it today in amazon.com, thanks to all of you! I thought I'd never see it again...