Jean-Luc Godard's Vivre Sa Vie (1962)
Ang Lee's Ride With the Devil (1999)
Olivier Assayas' Summer Hours (2009)
Plus, a DVD release of Sidney Lumet's The Fugitive Kind (1959), starring Marlon Brando in a Tennesse Williams play/screenplay.
Ang Lee's civil war epic Ride With the Devil is a restored director's cut, adding over 20 minutes of footage in an attempt to restore the film to Lee's original vision. Otherwise, I'm a little let down - most of these with the exception of Vivre Sa Vie are readily available on DVD. Although in terms of artwork, Summer Hours and Ride With the Devil are stunning.