CriterionCast

Toronto International Film Festival 2021: Dispatch Two

As TIFF 2021 concludes, we look at a few more of this year's festival

Criterion Reflections – Episode 105 – Godard 66/67

David is joined by Jon Laubinger to discuss MADE IN U.S.A., 2 OR THREE THINGS I KNOW ABOUT HER, LA CHINOISE and WEEKEND, four films that marked the end of the nouvelle vague phase of Jean-Luc Godard's...

Inside the Box – Episode 8 – Wim Wenders: The Road Trilogy

In this episode of Inside the Box, Trevor and David look into Wim Wenders: The Road Trilogy, featuring Alice in the Cities, Wrong Move, and Kings of the Road.

Joshua Reviews Tom Surgal’s Fire Music [Theatrical Review]

This new documentary looks at the history of the Free Jazz movement and how it resonates to this very day.

Toronto International Film Festival 2021: Dispatch One

From an afrofuturist musical to a coming of age discovery, we take a look at the first few days of TIFF 2021.

Criterion Now – Episode 131 – A Conversation with Imogen Sara Smith

Imogen Sara Smith joins to talk about noir, especially international noir, and other topics.

Criterion Reflections – Episode 104 – Massimo Dallamano’s What Have You Done to Solange?

Listen in as David makes his tentative entry into the seductive and traumatizing milieu of giallo cinema, ushered in by guests much more experienced in this realm.

Criterion Now – Episode 130 – November Announcements, 4K, Impact to DVD

Both of Aaron's co-hosts ever, Jill Blake and Mark Hurne, together on a podcast with a lot to talk about.

Joshua Reviews Matias Pineiro’s Isabella [Theatrical Review]

Pineiro's latest is another entrancing riff on the works of William Shakespeare, this time with a touch of emotionally shattering color theory thrown in for good measure.