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.
David is joined by Josh Hornbeck, Brad McDermott and first-time guest Steven Johnson to talk about the first film in Pasolini’s Trilogy of Life, based on the medieval writings of Giovanni Boccaccio.
David is joined by first-time guest David Seeley to talk about this early documentary/essay/adventure-based travelogue by Werner Herzog, now streaming on The Criterion Channel.
For September, the Channel will feature films from Claire Denis, Christian Petzold, Lina Wertmüller, and more!
Bora Kim’s debut film is one of the most exciting discoveries of this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival.
David offers his thoughts on Spine #970, directed by Elia Kazan, written by Budd Schulberg and starring Andy Griffith.
David is joined by Jordan Essoe and first-time guest, television director Norman Buckley, to discuss this long-neglected English language film by Ingmar Bergman.
And these are five of the films you need to keep an eye on.
Lindeen’s latest documentary is a thrilling and timely look at a controversial anthropological experiment.
David Blakeslee offers his thoughts on Spine #969, a Czech film from 1964 recently released by the Criterion Collection.
The legendary experimental artist finally gets her time in the spotlight in this new, essential biographical documentary.
David is joined by Derek J. Power and new contributor Richard Doyle to discuss Jack Nicholson’s ballsy (in every sense of the word) directorial debut.