Kino Lorber Announces its July 2017 Home Video Releases

New York, NY -- June 13, 2017 -- Kino Lorber proudly announces its home video releases for July 2017.

Streeting on Kino Lorber's Silk Road label on July 5 is Liar's Dice, the debut feature from Geetu Mohandas, available on DVD with a SRP of $29.95. Variety called Liar's Dice "A quietly effective debut", and it was an Official Selection of the Sundance Film Festival, where it was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize (World Cinema-Dramatic).

Also streeting July 5 on DVD, with a SRP of $29.95, is the documentary Viva Amiga, directed by Zach Weddington, about the creation of the Amiga computer in 1985.

Jeff Tamblyn's documentary Kansas vs. Darwin becomes available on DVD July 18, with a SRP of $29.95. This film takes viewers inside the 2005 hearings at the Kansas State Board of Education to decide whether Darwin's Theory of Evolution should be challenged within the school curriculum. This DVD edition includes additional testimony footage, extended interviews, and the trailer.

From Raro Video, Kino Lorber is releasing Fernando DiLeo's erotic thriller Seduction, which becomes available on Blu-ray and DVD July 18th, with a SRP of $29.95 for the Blu-ray and $24.95 for the DVD.

Streeting on July 25, with a SRP of $29.95, is the documentary Llama Nation, which follows multiple llama owners as they participate in the national llama showing championship.

The 1966 free-form experimental feature Who's Crazy?, directed by Thomas White, becomes available on Blu-ray and DVD July 25, with a SRP of $29.95 for the Blu-ray, and $19.95 for the DVD. This long-lost film features a score by jazz great Ornette Coleman, and a cast of actors from The Living Theater. The Blu-ray and DVD include special features such as a booklet essay by Adam Shatz, contributing editor at the London Review of Books; Q&A with director Thomas White (courtesy of Film Society of Lincoln Center); and "David, Moffett, & Ornette" (1966 episode of Tempo International).