Mark and Aaron welcome Ben Model, silent film historian, accompanist, distributor, and enthusiast.
Scott, David, Trevor, and Arik discuss the artistic seeds, sensuality, playfulness, performances, autobiography, and tragedy in Bergman’s 1951 film.
The latest film from director Hong Sang-soo is one of the summer’s best bits of counter-programming for those cinephiles looking for a change of pace this blockbuster season.
Ryan is joined by David and Keith to chat about the new announcements and rumors surrounding the Collection.
David and Trevor are joined by film blogger and researcher Pablo Knote to discuss three exhilarating Japanese films from the early 1960s.
Mark and Aaron take a look at Whit Stillman’s Barcelona (1994), and how it compares with his other work.
Give a listen as Keith Enright explains what this is all about and what you can expect to hear on this monthly missive.
We’re adding a new show to the network!
In which Arik and Herb van der Poll discuss why artists sometimes shouldn’t remake their own art
Scott wraps up coverage of LA Film Fest, looking at Paint it Black, No Light and No Land Anywhere, The View From Tall, and Heis (Chronicles)
From one of cinema’s great poets comes this intriguing, if minor, meditation on the folklore of Argentina.
This new documentary looks at the relationship between Germans and people of Jewish faith following World War II.
The final film from the late master, Cosmos is a superb summation of one of the most singular careers in all of modern cinema.
Ryan and Brian catch up on the week’s news and new releases.
Scott looks at Beyond the Gates, Mercy, My First Kiss and the People Involved, and Play the Devil.
MoC brings the award-winning film to an English-speaking audience.
Ryan is joined by David, Mark, and Arik to discuss the May titles from Criterion.
One of the world’s greatest musicians and the multi-cultural ensemble he spearheaded take center stage in this new documentary from filmmaker Morgan Neville.
Avishai Sivan’s third feature is a haunting look at one pious man’s battle with faith.
This year’s HRWFF is one of the festival’s strongest lineups to date, with films spanning genres, topics and cultures.