An exercise in wrapping truth in more palatable surroundings. This is a serious film, and one well worth it’s audience’s time.
In this episode, Scott Nye, David Blakeslee, and Trevor Berrett discuss Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1966 film Blow-Up.
This new documentary takes a first hand look at the human relationship to noise and silence, on a global scale.
Rodrigues returns with a gorgeous new absurdist fable.
Series features 17 films, including his new documentary My Journey Through French Cinema.
Aaron welcomes back Keith Enright, The Completionist, from his lengthy sabbatical to get into the September releases and more.
Maybe the company’s most anticipated release since its predecessor, Criterion returns once again to their beloved World Cinema Project series for the year’s best home video release.
Aaron is joined by Jon Laubinger, a superfan of the show who is about to leave for Bergman Week in Sweden.
Bill Morrison returns with another breathtaking documentary, this time looking at a Canadian city and its roots not only in the Klondike Gold Rush but nitrate film as well.
Andrew Cohn returns with a new documentary looking at a group of adults attempting to further their lives through finally getting their high school diploma.
The HRWFF 2017 runs June 9-18, and it includes some of the year’s best and most sociologically, culturally and politically important documentaries.
Master documentarian Steve James turns his lens on the story of the only US bank who saw criminal charges brought upon them following the 2007-08f financial crisis, and the subsequent court case.
Aaron is joined by Doug McCambridge and Jackie Carlson and they discuss female filmmakers, David Lynch and Coppola’s Rumble Fish.
Meticulously designed, this period action picture is a delightful discovery from this year’s summer film season.
Aaron and two new guests, Jason Beamish and Kyle Reardon, dig into 45 Years, Cannes 2017, David Lynch and a number of other topics.
This unassuming documentary is a moving portrait of an artist in transition.
Pineiro returns with one of his most personal and entrancing works to date.
David and Trevor fearlessly (or perhaps idiotically) accept the challenge of discussing two films suffused with madness, obsession and paranoia as they conclude their coverage of the most popular volume in the Eclipse Series.
1080 Bruxelles in 1080p.
Aaron and Mark Hurne get together to talk about August 2017 Announcements, Andrei Tarkovsky, Ozu’s Good Morning, Michael Haneke, Jean Luc Godard, Jacques Demy, and plenty of other topics.