New Video June Releases: WOMAN IN THE FIFTH, Digital Titles From Tribeca Film, New Documentaries‏

DON’T GO IN THE WOODS
Vincent D’Onofrio’s feature-length directorial debut: a twisted musical/horror hybrid. (6/12 on Digital & DVD)

THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH
Film adaptation of Douglass Kennedy’s best-selling novel stars two-time Oscar® nominee Ethan Hawke and Oscar® nominee Kristin Scott Thomas. (Releases day/date 6/15 with Theatrical on VOD & DVD)

MY AFTERNOONS WITH MARGUERITTE
French cinema icon Gérard Depardieu stars as a middle-aged simpleton who forms an unlikely friendship with an articulate and benevolent older woman. (6/19 on Blu-ray, Digital, & DVD)

ORANGES AND SUNSHINE
Stars 2-time Oscar® nominee Emily Watson and Hugo Weaving (The Lord of the Rings and Matrix trilogies), from the producers of The King’s Speech. An unforgettable true story of a social worker who uncovers the illegal deportation of children. (6/26 on Blu-ray, Digital, & DVD)

HOW TO LIVE FOREVER
Director Mark Wexler embarks on a worldwide trek to investigate just what it means to grow old and what it could mean to really live forever. (6/5 on Digital & DVD, 7/1 on VOD)

SOMETHING’S GONNA LIVE
Luminaries from the cinematic Golden Age talk about their craft: Robert Boyle (North by Northwest, The Birds) and Haskell Wexler (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?). (6/12 on Digital & DVD)

FASTEST
Narrated by Ewan McGregor, the sequel to the hit extreme motocross documentary, Faster. (6/12 on DVD, now on Digital)

JOFFREY: MAVERICKS OF AMERICAN DANCE
The story behind one of the most famous ballet companies in America. (6/12 on Digital & DVD)

GIVE ME THE BANJO
Narrated by Steve Martin, this doc features performances by Grammy®-winning folk icon Pete Seeger and 12-time Grammy® winner Béla Fleck. (6/12 on Digital & DVD)

MY REINCARNATION
Filmed over 20 years, this father-son epic drama showcases many Buddhist masters, including The Dalai Lama. (6/19 on DVD)

COLLABORATOR
Martin Dovan’s directorial debut, COLLABORATOR stars Donovan, David Morse, Olivia Williams and Katherine Helmond; written by Donovan; produced by Ted Hope.

STELLA DAYS
Martin Sheen stars as a parish priest who wants to open a cinema in his small town in rural Ireland. Stephen Rea also stars.