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.
On episode 208 of CriterionCast, Jordan Essoe is joined by Scott Nye, David Blakeslee, and Arik Devens to discuss Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1960 film L’avventura.
David is joined by Josh Hornbeck, Jon Laubinger and Robert Taylor in a discussion that focuses on Shinoda’s, Scorcese’s and Endo’s distinctive interpretations of this compelling portrayal of faith and purpose under intense persecution in medieval Japan.
For July, the Channel will feature films from Miranda July, the Dardenne Brothers, Kelly Reichardt, and more!
This year’s festival runs, online only, June 11-20.
We take a look at the latest and greatest to hit various streaming services in the month of June.
Here we look at the highlights from this year’s Visions du Reel lineup.
This May proves to be an exciting time for film fans as streaming services are bolstering their lineups in this time of quarantine.
David and guests go deep and long in discussing the music, the movie, the theatrical production and the overall phenomenon of this timeless classic and cultural landmark.
Breathe deep! David and Derek and Brad come to grips with this freewheeling, brazenly confrontational and life-affirming exploration of our driving forces and the repressive mechanisms that bottle us up.
David is joined by Richard Doyle to talk about a couple of lively heist flicks that just broke into the Criterion Channel.
David and guests cast their long, soulful, emotive gaze at this timeless American classic (from an appropriate distance of social isolation, of course.)