Memorabilia
from the classic film, The Emerald Forest


POSTERS:


English
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English
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Italian
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French

French


French
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Japanese


Japanese


Spanish
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Turkish
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Yugoslavian


Australian


English
Another poster from the U.K. Notice how this poster artfully portrays the two fathers interlocked: Wanadi among the trees and Bill Markham in the sky, showing the contrast between natural man, connected to the earth, and civilized man, who feels himself superior to earth and tries to conquer it.


MAGAZINES:

Starburst
vol. 8, no. 2, Oct. 1985.
Featured a five-page article, "Disappearing Forest," on the making of the film. Includes four color and two black-and-white photos.

Film Comment
vol. 21, no. 4, Aug. 1985.
Featured a five page article, "The Brits Have Gone Nuts," which briefly discussed Emerald Forest along with some other British films of the time. Includes one black-and-white photo of Tomme and Kachiri.

Caras: Videoteca de oro
#848 vol.33

This Uruguayan magazine featured a six-page article on the film with profiles of John Boorman, Charley Boorman, Powers Boothe and Meg Foster. In Spanish.


VHS:


U.S.


U.K.

Uruguay


DVD:


U.S.


U.K.

Australia

Germany

Greece

China (VCD)

French


LASERDISC:


U.S.


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