Margarethe von Trotta’s new documentary is a handsome, if occasionally thin, look at the work and life of one of cinema’s great artists.
This time on The Newsstand, Ryan is joined by James, Josh, David Blakeslee and Sean Hutchinson to discuss the August 2013 Criterion Collection Line-Up, the Cannes Classics films, and the new Hulu search functionality on Criterion.com.
It’s a Criterion control freak’s dream.
Led by three ace performances, Pesce’s sophomore effort is a gorgeous, if thin, giallo-influenced thriller.
The 42nd annual Portland International Film Festival kicks off on March 7th.
Actor-turned-filmmaker Melanie Laurent returns with this pulpy noir driven by two ace lead performances.
David, Arik, Jordan and Trevor do their best to assimilate into the dreamscape of a 13 year old girl’s journey through erotic surrealist realms.
The winner of this year’s Golden Bear, Touch Me Not is a thrilling blurring of the line between fiction and non-fiction filmmaking, a docu-drama hybrid that’s as claustrophobic as it is emotionally devastating.
This September, the Criterion Collection will bring an exciting assortment of features and original supplementary material to their FilmStruck channel.
From Polyester in “Odorama” to Escape from New York on a rooftop, Portland cinema enthusiasts have a lot to see in August.
From panels to pre-orders to exclusives, there is a lot to find at Comic Con 2018 if you’re into collecting physical media for your shelves.
Bill. &. Ted.
After a lengthy festival run, Araby finally arrives in theaters and is one of the year’s great unsung gems.
Featuring films from Aki Kaurismäki, Michael Curtiz, Alexander Mackendrick, and more!