Inside the Box – Episode 6 – David Lean Directs Noël Coward

In this episode of Inside the Box, Trevor and David look into David Lean Directs Noël Coward, featuring In Which We Serve, This Happy Breed, Blithe Spirit, and Brief Encounter.

Joshua Reviews Mohammad Rasoulof’s There Is No Evil [Theatrical Review]

The latest from director Mohammad Rasoulof is a powerful and provocative look at the death penalty and the toll it takes on one's humanity.

Criterion Channel Surfing, Episode 44: May 2021 New Releases and Expiring Titles

Josh is joined by Mark Hurne, co-host of the Criterion Close-Up podcast and regular contributor to Criterion Now and First Time Watchers, to discuss the Criterion Channel’s new and expiring titles for the...

Criterion Reflections – Episode 99 – Sidney Poitier’s Buck and the Preacher

David is joined by William Remmers to talk about Sidney Poitier's directorial debut and the suppressed history that this film brings to our attention.

Criterion Reflections – Episode 98 – Federico Fellini’s Roma

David and guests take on the role of tourists as they accompany Fellini on an impressionistic travelogue dedicated to his adopted home.

Criterion Now – Episode 122 – The Kaiju Episode

Dave Eves joins to talk about Kaiju cinema starting with Godzilla and continuing with all the others.

Joshua Reviews Melvin Van Peebles’ The Story Of A Three Day Pass [Theatrical Review]

The brilliant debut for director Melvin Van Peebles finally comes back to theaters in a gorgeous new 4K restoration.

Joshua Reviews Roy Andersson’s About Endlessness [Theatrical Review]

The beloved filmmaker returns with a brisk, brilliant new picture.

Criterion Reflections – Episode 97 – Jun Fukuda’s Godzilla vs. Gigan

David teams up with Richard Doyle, Brad McDermott and Robert Taylor in a star-studded low-budget brawl to talk about a kaiju film matching that very description.

7 Films To See At New Directors/New Films 2021

This year's festival runs April 28-May 8.