KimStim Announces Four Acclaimed Streaming Releases


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KimStim announces titles available for purchasing and streaming releases for acclaimed movies.

Celebration (Yves Saint Laurent’s Final Show)



Release Date: March 31 (Sales Only), April 7(Sales + Rentals)
Available on: iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Microsoft Movies & TV, Vudu, FandangoNOW

2018 / France / 74 min / Color, Black & White / French with English subs

Olivier Meyrou’s Celebration offers a rare, behind-the-scenes portrait of the legendary designer: both larger-than-life, yet astonishingly reclusive and fragile while revealing his integral relationship with partner Pierre Bergé, who initially had the film banned up the film’s initial release in 2007 for being too revealing. Celebration also highlights many of the personalities instrumental to the success of the house Saint Laurent including Loulou de la Falaise, Betty Catroux, Monsieur Jean-Pierre and Dominique Deroche.

An essential addition to the fashion doc canon and an opulent tribute to the last of the great Parisian couturiers.

What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?



Release Date: April 7
Available on: iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Microsoft Movies & TV, Vudu, FandangoNOW

2018 / Italy, US, France / 123 min / Black & White / English

Roberto Minervini, an Italian filmmaker and academic long based in Texas, follows up his Texas Trilogy with WHAT YOU GONNA DO WHEN THE WORLD’S ON FIRE? an intimate look of African Americans in Louisiana and Mississippi- struggling female business owners facing gentrification in a post-Katrina New Orleans, single mothers trying to keep their young black sons safe, New Black Panther Party members protesting the latest wrongful death. The documentary is an intimate portrait of the lives of those who struggle for justice, dignity, and survival in an increasingly hostile country.

Ray & Liz



Release Date: April 14
Available on: iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play

2018 | 107′ | English | UK

On the outskirts of Birmingham and the margins of society, the Billingham family perform extreme rituals and break social taboos as they muddle through a life decided by factors beyond their control. At times shocking and laced with unsettling humor, three episodes unfold as a powerful evocation of the experience of growing up in a Black Country council flat.

Until the Birds Return



Release Date: April 28
Available on: iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play

2017 / Algeria, France, Germany / 113’ / Color / Arabic

Algeria today. Past and present collide in the lives of a newly wealthy property developer, a young woman torn between the path of reason and sentiment and an ambitious neurologist impeded by wartime wrongdoings. Three stories that plunge us into the human soul of contemporary Arab society.