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Aaron and Mark Hurne get together to talk about August 2017 Announcements, Andrei Tarkovsky, Ozu’s Good Morning, Michael Haneke, Jean Luc Godard, Jacques Demy, and plenty of other topics.
David and Trevor retrace Akira Kurosawa’s steps as he explores the challenges Japan confronted in the late 1940s.
Despite being classic, almost rudimentary, in its craft, this startling documentary is a profoundly moving look at a nation in conflict.
Director Thomas Vinterberg teams with writer Tobias Lindholm to craft a quietly moving look at a marriage imploding.
Entitled Immigrant Songs, these films number over 20, and give a century-plus spanning look at the immigrant experience in the US. Series runs May 19-June 1.
David and Trevor conclude their conversation about this exquisite collection of French cinema classics.
David offers up a litany of generic cliches and catch phrases in praise of a long-awaited DVD-to-Blu-ray upgrade.
The Filipino master returns with another dense, epic-length masterwork.
Adapting his art installation, Julian Rosefeldt brings his Cate Blanchett-led meditation on art and politics to theaters.
Matt and Travis join Aaron and discuss the best way to eat ramen inspired by Tampopo, the likelihood of Cannes restorations coming to Criterion, and plenty more.
David and Trevor take a swing at this seminal Tracy/Hepburn comedy, and try not to waffle in their opinions on the film’s implicit messages about gender roles.
Mark, Aaron, David and Trevor return for part two of our exploration of the under-appreciated French director, Julien Duvivier.
From newly restored Hollywood classics to rarely seen Nigerien animation, MoMA in May is the place to be for film fans.
The friendship between two women in crisis centers this classically crafted yet utterly captivating comedy/drama.
Brize returns with a gorgeous, if uneven, take on a literary classic.
One of the year’s best documentaries puts us in the middle of one of the most important global conflicts.
An incredibly valuable artifact from a musical tradition that few would otherwise get to experience. We are all so luck that this exists.
From Austrian documentaries to a look into life during wartime in Ukraine, this year’s PEFF is one of the series’ best to date.
This episode takes a look at Criterion from the artistic lens, as we talk film with illustrators Caitlin Kuhwald and Michele Rosenthal.