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Featuring 20 Of Fox Searchlight’s Most-Beloved Films Plus an All-New Documentary Celebrating the History of this Acclaimed Studio
The Perfect Holiday Gift Available December 9
Fox Searchlight Pictures 20th Anniversary Collection
Celebrating two decades of cinematic innovation and excellence, Fox Searchlight Pictures 20th Anniversary Collection features powerful performances and direction by some of Hollywood’s most beloved actors and filmmakers. Each of the 20 iconic films featured in this one-of-a-kind collection was hand selected from Fox Searchlight’s impressive catalog based on considerations of timelessness, cultural impact, awards recognition and box office success. From sidesplitting comedies and riveting thrillers to unforgettable dramas, including Best Picture Academy Award® Winners Slumdog Millionaire (2008) and 12 Years a Slave (2013), these critically acclaimed movies have captured the hearts and imaginations of audiences around the world.
Exclusive to the collection is an all-new Blu-ray bonus disc, “WE HAVE YOUR STORY,” which features a 98-minute documentary celebrating Fox Searchlight's history through the eyes of the filmmakers, the talent and the films. From its inception, Fox Searchlight has been a haven for the stories of our lives – stories of hope and struggle, of success and failure, of love and loss. Global, resonant, daring, funny, inspirational and heartbreaking, the Fox Searchlight library has been a window to our world, and its promise has been to offer the most visionary directors, actors and writers a setting to express themselves unlike any other. We Have Your Story is a celebration of that pledge, highlighting the special bond that exists between the filmmakers, the stars...and the story.
Blu-ray Titles Include:


·         The Brothers McMullen
·         The Full Monty
·         Boys Don’t Cry
·         28 Days Later
·         Sideways
·         Napoleon Dynamite
·         Garden State
·         Little Miss Sunshine
·         The Last King of Scotland
·         Once
·         Juno
·         Slumdog Millionaire
·         500 Days of Summer
·         Crazy Heart
·         127 Hours
·         Black Swan
·         The Descendants
·         The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
·         Beasts of the Southern Wild
·         12 Years A Slave




Fox Searchlight Pictures is a specialty film company that both finances and acquires motion pictures. It has its own marketing and distribution operations, and its films are distributed internationally by Twentieth Century Fox. Fox Searchlight Pictures is a unit of 20th Century Fox Film.


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