Issued on Blu Ray – JACQUES TATI COLLECTION (U) 1949-1974

Jacques Tati CollectionJACQUES TATI COLLECTION (U) 1949-1974 FRANCE BLU RAY ONLY – £69.99
Contains – Jour de fête (1949), Les Vacances de M. Hulot (1953), Oncle (1958) Playtime (1967), ‘Trafic’ (1971) and Parade (1974).

‘Jour de Fete’ (1949) – was Tati’s directorial debut and became one of his most famous comedies. After observing the high-speed efficiency of the American postal service, the postman, François (Tati), of a sleepy French town is inspired to add a little excitement into his delivery route.

‘Les Vacances De M. Hulot’ (1953) – As Hulot sets off on a holiday by the sea, accidents and severe misunderstandings follow him leaving his fellow hotel guests less than satisfied.

‘Mon Oncle’ (1958) – Monsieur Hulot returns with his brother-in-law, the manager of a plastics factory. When Hulot discovers that his nephew has been growing up in a house full of gadgets and gizmos he tries to steer him away from a life of automation.

Playtime’ (1967) – Monsieur Hulot accompanys a group of female American tourists as they travel through Paris.

‘Trafic’ (1971) – Monsieur Hulot drives his innovative motorhome from Paris to a motorshow in Amsterdam, encountering many problems on his travels.

‘Parade’ (1974) – docudrama starring Tati giving a jovial observation of the circus, including the shenanigans that go on behind-the-scenes of the production.

In French with English subtitles

BLU RAY available to buy from-

http://www.worldonlinecinema.com/Home/french-dvds

Jacques Tati films get a re-issue on dvd and Blu Ray

Jour de fête Mr. Hulot's Holiday Mon Oncle Parade

JOUR DE FETE (U) 1947 FRANCE B/W TATI, JACQUES

             DVD – £17.99 BLU RAY – £22.99
Charming tale of a town fair in rural France.

MON ONCLE (U) 1958 FRANCE TATI, JACQUES

             DVD – £17.99 BLU RAY – £22.99
Mans fight against the machine as seen through the lens of Jacques Tati.

PARADE (U) 1974 FRANCE TATI, JACQUES

             DVD – £17.99 BLU RAY – £22.99
Offering gloriously funny visual gags that flow beautifully from one act to another – including several of his most famous pantomimes – Parade is the perfect stage for Tati’s comic genius.

PLAYTIME (U) 1967 FRANCE TATI, JACQUES  

                 DVD – £17.99 BLU RAY – £22.99
Mr Hulot comedy set in modern Paris.

TRAFIC (PG) 1970 FRANCE TATI, JACQUES

                DVD – £17.99 BLU RAY – £22.99
Mr Hulot transports his innovative motor home from Paris to Amsterdam, encountering from traffic jams and nose-picking drivers to car crashes on his journey

LES VACANCES DE M. HULOT (U) 1953 FRANCE TATI, JACQUES

               DVD – £17.99 BLU RAY – £22.99
The film that brought Jacques Tati international acclaim also launched his on-screen alter  ego: the courteous, well-meaning, eternally accident-prone Monsieur Hulot

JACQUES TATI COLLECTION (U) 1949-1974 5 BLU RAY ONLY – £69.99

Contains – Jour de fête (1949), Les Vacances de M. Hulot (1953), ‘Mon Oncle (1958) Playtime (1967), Parade (1974) and ‘Trafic’ (1971) .

In French with English subtitles

DVD available to buy at – http://www.worldonlinecinema.com/Home/french-dvds

BFI issues – JACQUES TATI COLLECTION – on Blu Ray

JACQUES TATIJACQUES TATI COLLECTION (PG) BLU RAY – £69.99
Collection of features the following  films-

‘Jour de Fete’ (1949) was Tati’s directorial debut and became one of his most famous comedies. After observing the high-speed efficiency of the American postal serivice, the postman, François (Tati), of a sleepy French town is inspired to add a little excitement into his delivery route.

This coincides with the arrival of the summer fair, and chaos ensues. ‘Les Vacances De M. Hulot’ (1953) sees the introduction of the character of Monsieur Hulot (Tati).

As Hulot sets off on a holiday by the sea, accidents and severe misunderstandings follow him leaving his fellow hotel guests less than satisfied.

In ‘Mon Oncle’ (1958) Monsieur Hulot returns with his brother-in-law, the manager of a plastics factory. When Hulot discovers that his nephew has been growing up in a house full of gadgets and gizmos he tries to steer him away from a life of automation. ‘Playtime’ (1967), Monsieur Hulot returns accompanying a group of female American tourists as they travel through Paris. ‘Parade’ (1974) is a docudrama starring Tati giving a jovial observation of the circus, including the shenanigans that go on behind-the-scenes of the production. ‘Trafic’ (1971) sees Tati play Monsieur Hulot for the final time.

As he transports his innovative motorhome from Paris to a motorshow in Amsterdam Hulot encounters many problems and hindrances including traffic jams, nose-picking drivers and car crashes.

In French with English subtitles

DVD available to buy at – http://www.worldonlinecinema.com/Home/french-dvds

TEMPO: VOLUME 1 Out on dvd

Image TEMPO: VOLUME 1 (E) 1967        £19.99
    First volume of content from the 1960s ITV arts show. With a licence to cover all areas of the arts, the show explored subjects relating to cinema, music, dance, photography and writing and included interviews and features with many of the most influential artists of the time. This collection includes features on Jacques Tati, Stan Tracey, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Lee Strasberg, Tom Jones, Orson Welles, Harold Pinter, Charles Eames and Jean Luc-Godard.

DVD available at – https://sites.google.com/site/worldonlinecinema/Home/documentaries