Reichardt’s latest comes to a lovely Blu-ray edition from Criterion.
We discuss six films from the Winter of 1969: The Joke, The Cremator, The Milky Way, Le Grand Amour, plus two shorts by Wim Wenders and Federico Fellini.
Max and Trevor join Aaron to dig into the December releases and run through a busy period of news.
This month in Criterion Conversations we go to Buenos Aires for some written words and Boston for some spoken words.
Here is Mark and Aaron’s first podcast together, about Mark Rydell’s The Rose.
This new thriller finds Aronofsky at both his most ambitious and most grotesque. In other words, it’s brilliant.
This story of conjoined twins is a gorgeous fable with superb lead performances at its center.
Ranging from seemingly lost silent masterpieces to documentaries from generations past, this year’s Festival of Preservation is one of the series’ most interesting to date.
This debut feature is an emotionally engrossing look at loss and grief.
Von Sternberg’s final film leaps out of obscurity and onto Blu-ray
A boarding school is the setting for this warm, if ultimately formless, new documentary.
Trophy hunting is the focus of this new documentary, which offers up an unconventional look at the world of animal conservation and big game hunting.
This new documentary takes us into the world’s busiest maternity ward for one of the year’s most captivating documentary discoveries.
We cover four films, each fueled by their distinct blend of fury and outrage: Dillinger is Dead, Black Panthers, Diary of a Shinjuku Thief, and Z.
David, Scott, Trevor, and Matt discuss the last film directed by Yasujiro Ozu.
Aaron is joined by Becky D’Anna and Martin Kessler and we discuss favorite comedies, Czech films, and Lost in America.
Bratt’s new film takes a look at the life and political career of one of the US’ great activists.
Another incredible month of new and exclusive titles from the Criterion Collection are joining the channel on FilmStruck in September.
The print will be available for purchase on Tuesday, August 29th 2017 from Mondo in the US and Black Dragon in the U.K.
FilmStruck host Alicia Malone joins to talk about the Criterion Closet, FilmStruck, and her book about women in film.