Thursday 17 May 2012


Good news.  Park Circus has got the rights to re-issue classic Warner Bros. films from their archives.  This means that classics such as A Clockwork Orange, Casablanca and modern classics such as The Shawshank Redemption and My Own Private Idaho will give a new wave of cinema goers a chance to watch these classic films in a way that they were meant ot be watched. In the darkness of a cinema.

Glasgow, 17th May 2012. Park Circus is delighted to announce it has concluded a deal with Warner Bros. Pictures International to represent the theatrical rights for parts of its extensive back catalogue of classic motion pictures.

The list of films produced by the studio reads like a history of Hollywood. Notable films in vast Warner Bros. library include THE JAZZ SINGER, CASABLANCA, MILDRED PIERCE, CALAMITY JANE, A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, GOODFELLAS and hundreds of further motion pictures waiting to be rediscovered and returned back to the big screen.

The agreement also features a number of films from other libraries controlled by Warner Bros., including from Castle Rock: BEFORE SUNSET and THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION; from Lorimar: THE BIG RED ONE, CRUISING and S.O.B.; and from New Line: A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE, MY OWN PRIVATE IDAHO and A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET.

Some of the films, including BONNIE AND CLYDE, THE EXORCIST and A STAR IS BORN, have been restored by the studio and are now available in digital cinema format.

We look forward to helping these classic films to find their audience in cinemas around the world.

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