Rounding up today’s Criterion-related links
A handful of links to brighten your day.
The Warner Archive’s new DVD release is available today.
Fassbinder is on the menu at Fandor for the next twelve days!
The Criterion Collection has just uploaded a new clip from their new Blu-ray release of Moonrise Kingdom, featuring the exclusive audio commentary track that…
An Oscar submission spearheads this year’s slate.
Ron Diamond’s curated collection of the best of modern animation kicks off at the Arclight on the 24th.
Seitz’s excellent video essay series on Wes Anderson’s films looks at the 2012 masterpiece.
This week the folks at Fandor are featuring eight delightful French films from Criterion.
This unforgettable film follows Witek (the magnetic Bogusław Linda), a medical student with an uncertain future in Communist Poland; Kieślowski dramatizes Witek’s journey as…
This week, Fandor turns its attention to the master French comedian.
Becker, who purchased Janus Films in 1965, helped make Janus Films into one of cinema’s most groundbreaking labels.
These three short films are unlike anything you’ve ever seen.
The prints will be available on July 28th from Black Dragon Press.
I couldn’t afford that limited edition book either.
You know what you need to do.