One of jazz music’s greatest composers finally gets the documentary he so rightly deserves.
The first Tracy/Hepburn vehicle is not only a genuinely superb Classic Hollywood comedy, but it’s also one of the year’s most interesting Criterion Collection releases
This week we get into the gutter with Dave Eves and James Hancock, looking at the biggest jerks in film, Cannes, FilmStruck and more.
The retrospective runs April 14-May 1 and includes an exclusive, week-long run of a new biographical documentary beginning on April 21.
Keir Dullea, Deborah Kerr, and Ginger Rogers go a little crazy sometimes.
Gray embarks on an ambitious expedition.
David and Trevor are joined by Aaron West to begin a three part series exploring early films from the great but under-appreciated French director.
Dealing with money by way of Ginger Rogers, King Vidor, and…Mickey Rooney?
Aaron, Eric and Mark talk about Multiple Maniacs, VHS Collecting, and the latest news from the Criterion world.
Our TCM Fest coverage kicks off with Danny Kaye, Cary Grant, Ernst Lubitsch, and three dogsleds full of redheads.
Tyler Hubby moves from the editing suite to the director’s chair for this new look at a legend in the avant-garde art world.
Gorgeous but thin, this new documentary looks at the life and work of one of rock music’s great photographers.
The line between fact and fiction becomes almost non-existent in this new and captivating documentary.
Werner Herzog returns to fiction filmmaking for a beautiful, but bewilderingly mediocre new eco-thriller.
Aaron and RJ Tougas take a look at Criterion from a Canadian perspective.
Jazz legend Lee Morgan is the focus of a new documentary that’s part biography and part true-crime drama.
With Lynch’s return to screens and his cult Twin Peaks series pending, he jumps in front of the camera for an insightful and esoteric biographical documentary.
Introducing us to a handful of young women as they navigate tumultuous teen years, Jenny Gage’s new documentary is one of the year’s most beautiful and empathetic documentaries.
This April, the Criterion Channel will highlight films from Blake Edwards, Les Blank, Michael Winterbottom, and More!
One of French cinema’s most underrated filmmakers, Francois Ozon returns with arguably his greatest, and most mature, work to date.