This is a special episode with Josh Larsen from FilmSpotting as a guest.
Soderbergh’s return to the big screen is a tossed-off entertainment machine.
Matt returns to the podcast and we dig into the big Olympic box, November predictions, Limite, and more.
The greatest film ever made (or so it seems) comes to Blu-ray.
Looking at the “Wonder Women Of The Martial Arts,” this seventh series features films with female leads, spearheaded by King Hu’s brilliant Touch Of Zen.
This based-on-a-true-story political drama is one of 2017’s great world cinema surprises.
Bertrand Bonello returns with another startling film, this time leaving the world of YSL behind (sort of), instead taking a look at modern millennial malaise.
Aaron podcasts live from Greenwich Village with James Hancock, Dave Eves and Jessica Ramos.
David introduces his new podcasting project in a short teaser episode aimed at piquing your interest.
From visual essays to feature filmmaking, Kogonada has made a leap few have attempted and completely succeeded.
David Blakeslee joins Aaron as they tear into the Criterion news, parse Bresson’s L’argent, and David talks about his post Eclipse Viewer plans.
Visconti’s penultimate film is a haunting, painful exploration of regret and jealousy.
Is this it? Is this really it? Is this the final episode of the Eclipse Viewer podcast?
The Criterion Collection presents Robert Bresson’s final, nihilistic film, the masterpiece L’argent.
How to present a stunning theatrical experience on home video? This is how.
Aaron welcomes back Jonathan Laubinger, who talks about his time at Bergman Week in Sweden, October announcements, Straw Dogs, and more.
This road comedy explores the peril and potential of life outside the protective canopy of the Nest Egg.
In this episode, Trevor Berrett and Scott Nye venture into the mysteries of the Zone, discussing Andrei Tarkovsky’s 1979 film Stalker.
Includes Adventures in Moviegoing with Michael Cunningham, a celebration of Nicholas Ray, and Juzo Itami’s Tampopo!
Now in theaters, this is one of the year’s most exciting repertory discoveries.