Moonlight Home Entertainment Release Details Moonlight Home Entertainment Release Details
Taking its rightful place among the classics of cinema that have won the ultimate Academy Award in the Best Picture category, Barry Jenkins’ astonishing... Moonlight Home Entertainment Release Details

Taking its rightful place among the classics of cinema that have won the ultimate Academy Award in the Best Picture category, Barry Jenkins’ astonishing Moonlight captivated and entranced audiences the world over with its undeniable portrayal of a young black male growing up with the challenges of sexuality, drugs and so much more.

Defining just what makes cinema so powerful and magnetic, this is a film that will live long in this age and now it is finally coming to us on home entertainment release. Available exclusively on iTunes from 5th June, Moonlight will then come to DVD and Blu-ray on 19th June.

You can find out further details on the release below.

Moonlight Release Details

Digital Download release date:                  5th June, 2017

Blu-ray™ and DVD release date:                19th June, 2017

Running time:                                                    151 min

Cert:                                                                      TBC

Price (Digital Download):                              £9.99

Price (Blu-ray™):                                              £19.99

Price (DVD):                                                       £15.99

Special Features

  • Ensemble of Emotion – Making Moonlight: This twenty-one minute feature finds Jenkins and his cast discussing their interpretations of and approaches to Moonlight.
  • Poetry Through Collaboration – The Music of Moonlight: In this ten minute feature, Nicholas Britell discusses the film’s score and his initial interests/influence in writing music for film.
  • Cruel Beauty – Filming in Miami: This five minute extra finds Jenkins and several crew members (including Tarell Alvin McCraney) discussing the filming and setting in Miami.
  • Commentary by Director Barry Jenkins

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