Ryan and Brian chat about a few news items, and the new releases for the week.
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Scott and David discuss faith, simplicity, nature, joy, and realism in Rossellini’s don’t-call-it-a-biopic.
We head north to explore Canadian media, culture, and a couple of Criterions.
Ryan is joined by Scott Nye and Mark Hurne to chat about a few pieces of recent film news.
Ryan and Brian catch up on the past two weeks of home video news and releases.
Is it worthy of Criterion?
David and Trevor push back against the winter’s chill with a discussion of these torrid tales of virtue, vice and emotional torment.
Mark, Aaron and Keith Enright give a look at D.A. Pennabaker’s documentary portrait of Bob Dylan
Ryan is joined by David, Mark and Aaron to discuss some Criterion Collection news stories
Ryan and Brian catch up on the past couple of weeks of new DVD and Blu-ray releases.
Illustrator extraordinaire Caitlin Kuhwald joins us to talk about her artwork and the Criterion Collection.
This is our first bonus episode and we look at the behemoth of the moment, Star Wars: The Force Awakens. This is a fun little detour from our usual serious, arthouse type of podcast. We tried to approach the movie as both fans and discerning cinephiles and give it an honest look.
In this special episode of Off The Shelf, Ryan and Brian take a look at the best DVD and Blu-ray 2015.
This is the first Criterion Close-Up double feature. Mark and Aaron take a close look at two films from Bruce Beresford, released theatrically a decade apart and just recently as part of The Criterion Collection.
This month on the Newsstand, Ryan is joined by David Blakeslee, Scott Nye and Aaron West to discuss the March 2016 Criterion Collection line-up, the wacky New Year’s drawing, as well as the latest in Criterion rumors, news, packaging, and more.
Ryan and Brian are back to discuss the new releases for the week.