Andrei Tarkovsky's Andrei Rublev is one of the great films. For years it's been difficult to see at home in any kind of good condition, but that has changed this week with a new release from The Criterion Collection.
This week, The Criterion Collection has released Tomás Gutiérrez Alea's 1968 film Memories of Underdevelopment.
This week, The Criterion Collection released Robert M. Young's The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez, a film portraying the 1901 manhunt that started due to an act of poor translation.
This week The Criterion Collection released Powell & Pressburger's 1946 film, A Matter of Life and Death, and it's a beautiful presentation of one of the most acclaimed films of all time.
King Hu's 1967 film Dragon Inn is a fun and beautiful early wuxia classic. The Criterion Collection recently released it on home video.
Víctor Erice's 1983 film, El Sur, is a masterpiece that feels all the more perfect for being, technically, "unfinished." The Criterion Collection recently released a new home video edition of the film.
Lino Brocka's 1975 film, Manila in the Claws of Light, is an important social parable played out on the real, gritty streets. It is easy to recommend The Criterion Collection's recent home video release of this strong film.
In this episode of The Eclipse Viewer, David and Trevor discuss the final three films in the latest Eclipse Series release, Eclipse Series 46: Ingrid Bergman's Swedish Years.
Paul Schrader's Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters is a beautiful film that engages beautifully with its complex subject, the Japanese author Yukio Mishima. The Criterion Collection recently released it on Blu-ray, and it's one of my favorite releases of the year . . . or ever.
Frank Borzage's 1948 film Moonrise is a lyrical noir with a lot to love but with some significant problems. The strengths, though, make it worth grappling with. The Criterion Collection recently released Borzage's late film on home video.