David keeps his head while all about him are losing theirs…. and blaming it on him.
We get a visit from a ghost of Criterion past as we explore the week of Criterion.
The new year may have just started, but 2017 has just gotten its first truly superlative feature film.
Criterion continues to successfully hawk Hawks, while also marking an important milestone for Milestone.
We kick off a new podcast by looking at the New Year’s Drawing, FilmStruck, Dardennes, De Sica, and introduce what is to come on the series.
From what is bound to be a deeply underrated year in film, these are the ten best feature films from 2016.
One of French cinema’s most important trilogies returns to theaters thanks to a gorgeous new restoration currently touring via Janus Films.
David opens a new year of blogging with this aptly timed display of drunken discord and debauchery.
Let’s pick apart this years’ drawing.
The film will open on February 1st at the IFC Center in New York.
The latest film from director Jim Jarmusch may very well be the director’s crowning artistic achievement, and easily one of 2016’s best films.
David, Aaron, Arik and Mark get all speculative as they share their Criterion-related hopes and dreams for the year ahead.
Ingmar Bergman’s bleak anecdote of life during wartime carries a timely message for residents of divided societies in 2016.
David, Trevor and Keith finish up their adventures in Malle-walking.
Duvivier’s 1946 film returns to theaters next month.
Mark and Aaron continue the French 1930s series by exploring the early career of Jean Renoir.
Wes Anderson talks about his upcoming film, Isle of Dogs in this brief clip.
David, Trevor and Keith immerse themselves in Malle’s epic explorations of India.
Olmi’s hard-to-see classic finally arrives back in theaters thanks to a gorgeous 4K restoration and theatrical run via Janus Films.
The trilogy will open on January 4th at the Film Forum in New York