Here are five films to watch this weekend.
One of the best films of the 1980s finally comes to The Criterion Collection.
This early spine number gets a pristine upgrade and deserves to be rediscovered.
Documentary looks at one man’s journey to find the perfect “green” burial.
The wait is over as Marker’s legendary film finally arrives stateside.
The Charlie Kaufman-lite The One I Love is a flimsy but highly amusing relationship fantasy.
This year’s incredible Main Slate features many Criterion favorites.
Continuing to grow as an auteur, Swanberg’s latest may very well be his most mature and intriguing work to date.
Lang’s visceral, thrilling, awe-inspiring sci-fi adventure gets one of the best transfers of the year.
This adaptation of the beloved Kazuo Ishiguro novel is one of the best films of this still-young decade, and deserves a better home video release.
Japan’s first talkie uses all manner of sounds for laughs and love.
Documentary looks at growing up in rural America.
All the films are newly-restored by Janus Films.
Cliff Martinez returns to work with Steven Soderbergh on his new Cinemax series.
Claudia Cardinale and James Earl Jones present Françoise Bonnot with the Academy Award for Best Film Editing for Costa-Gavras’ Z.
James Gray’s second feature may very well be his best and is in dire need of a new home video release.
Film draws from directors like Terrence Malick, but doesn’t quite hit the same mark.
French import is an entertaining, if uninspired, crime thriller.