Fantoma Films

Fantoma Films is a San Francisco, California based film distributor specializing in "eclectic" cult films and ephemeral films such as educational short films.[1] Fantoma has re-released works by Fritz Lang,[2] Wim Wenders,[3] Kenneth Anger,[4] Sergio Corbucci,[5] Yasuzo Masumura,[6] and others.

Fantoma Films
IndustryFilm distribution
FoundersIan Hendrie and Derrick Scocchera


  1. Peter L. Stein (August 3, 2003), "Fantoma puts rare movies on DVD. Now the young phenoms who run the upstart San Francisco company are lusting after old films gathering dust", San Francisco Chronicle
  2. Chris Fujiwara (April 14, 2002), "FILM HISTORY GETS THE BIG REWRITE THE DVD BOOM MEANS NEW LIFE FOR OLDER MISFITS", The Boston Globe via HighBeam (subscription required)
  3. Michael Wilmington (August 11, 2006), "2 films reflect their urban settings", Chicago Tribune, archived from the original on November 19, 2018 via HighBeam (subscription required)
  4. Tom Gunning (March 1, 2007), "Magick Weapon", Artforum International, archived from the original on November 18, 2018 via HighBeam (subscription required)
  5. Randy Salas (September 11, 2001), "DVD Notebook; 'Great Silence' speaks volumes", Star Tribune, Minneapolis, archived from the original on June 1, 2007 via HighBeam (subscription required)
  6. Jonathan Rosenbaum (September–October 2002), "Enlightened madness", Film Comment, pp. 32–39, ProQuest document 210270861
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