The Best Masters Of Cinema Blu-ray Releases Of 2014

Editor, Asia; Hong Kong, China (@Marshy00)
We are huge fans of the Masters of Cinema series here at ScreenAnarchy, and their commitment to bringing masterpieces of world cinema to modern audiences in sparkling new editions. At one time viewed as simply "Criterion for the UK", MoC really came into its own in 2014, championing some fantastic examples of silent cinema, both from Germany and the US, continuing their dedication to European masters like Federico Fellini, while also bringing us cult gems from the likes of Sam Fuller, John Cassavetes and Hal Ashby. The label secured first-run rights to Andrew Bujalski's Computer Chess and wherever possible continues to release titles in dual-format Blu-ray/DVD packages, of which I'm a huge fan.

What follows is my personal selection of the 10 best releases from Masters of Cinema in 2014, from a total of 26 titles joining the collection in the past 12 months. They are ordered according to spine number.
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