This month on the Newsstand, Ryan is joined by Aaron West, Mark Hurne and David Blakeslee to discuss the April 2016 Criterion Collection line-up, update a few theories on the wacky New Year’s drawing, as well as discuss the latest in Criterion rumors, news, packaging, and more.
- Wacky New Year’s Drawing Follow-up
- The April 2016 Criterion Collection Line-up
- Teases: Kurosawa’s Dreams, Mike Leigh’s High Hopes, Antoine Doinel
- Phantom Pages: King Hu, some names related to Tampopo
- Chimes at Midnight poster
- Artificial Eye announces Tarkovsky titles. Maybe an end to the Andrei Rublev drum?
- Arrow splits up Fassbinder set, releasing The Marriage of Maria Braun.
- Janus Films’ new homepage
- Dragon Inn, A Touch of Zen, The Story of Last Chrysanthemums on Janus new page.
- Ettore Scola passes away at 84.
- Help Send Scott Nye to Sundance
- Wacky New Years Drawing Hints At The Criterion Collection’s 2016 Line-Up
- The April 2016 Criterion Collection line-up
- Only Angels Have Wings
- Barcelona (1994)
- A Whit Stillman Trilogy: Metropolitan, Barcelona, The Last Days of Disco
- Brief Encounter (1945)
- The Kennedy Films of Robert Drew & Associates
- Phoenix is teased in the wacky newsletter drawing
- Janus Films — The Story of the Last Chrysanthemum
- Janus Films — A Touch of Zen
- Janus Films — Dragon Inn
- The last great master of Italian cinema, Ettore Scola dies aged 84
- Janus Films — Home
- The Marriage of Maria Braun Blu-ray
- Upcoming Curzon Artificial Eye Releases
- Chimes at Midnight Poster
- King Hu – IMDb
- Criterion Collection on Instagram: “François Truffaut and Raoul Coutard filming ANTOINE AND COLETTE in Paris, 1962.”
- Criterion Collection on Instagram: “Film technicians at the new Hong Kong branch of L’Immagine Ritrovata repairing original 35mm negatives of Chinese films.”
- King Hu
- The Color of Dreams
- Mondo Unveils The Next Malick Print: The Thin Red Line
- Janus Films’s poster for I Knew Her Well
- Musical Notation: #1: Metropolis
- Episode 169 – Criterion Collection Blu-ray Upgrade Wish List for 2016
- Ryan Gallagher (Twitter / Website)
- Aaron West (Twitter / Website)
- David Blakeslee (Twitter / Website)
- Mark Hurne (Twitter / Website)