Joshua Reviews Tali Yankelevich’s My Darling Supermarket [Theatrical Review]

Yankelevich's debut documentary is a fascinating, deeply felt portrait of life within the walls of a Brazilian supermarket.

March 2021 Programming on the Criterion Channel Announced

For March, the Channel will feature films from Federico Fellini, Charlie Chaplin, Elaine May, and more!

Criterion Now – Episode 117 – COVID-19, Movie Theaters

Aaron's father, Gary West, joins to discuss the pandemic. Gary is a public health expert that is currently teaching a class on COVID-19.

Joshua Reviews Shatara M. Ford’s Test Pattern [Theatrical Review]

Ford's debut feature is a taut, powerful rumination on sex, power and prejudice in the healthcare system.

Criterion Reflections – Episode 92 – Francesco Rosi’s The Mattei Affair and Lina Wertmüllers The Seduction of Mimi

David is joined by Jason Beamish to discuss two Italian films of 1972 with a decidedly leftist political tilt.

Joshua Reviews Mona Fastvold’s The World To Come [Theatrical Review]

Mona Fastvold's latest is one of 2021's first truly essential viewing experiences.

Joshua Reviews Madeline Sims-Fewer And Dusty Manicelli’s Violation [Sundance 2021]

This haunting revenge thriller, driven by a phenomenal lead performance, is one of Sundance 2021’s best films.

Joshua Reviews Rodney Ascher’s A Glitch In The Matrix [Theatrical Review]

Room 237 director Rodney Ascher returns with this often haunting, occasionally humorous, rumination on one of the internet's most bizarre conspiracy theories.

Criterion Channel Surfing, Episode 38: The Masters on Other Streaming Services

Josh is joined once again by critic Britt Coundiff to finish their conversation on “The Masters” – this time focusing on films from some of the greatest filmmakers in cinema that are available on other...

Joshua Reviews Theo Anthony’s All Light, Everywhere [Sundance 2021]

Theo Anthony returns with his much-anticipated follow-up to Rat Film, this time taking on the very idea of sight and how the building of perception can become a weapon for those in power.