Criterion outfits one of Ingmar Bergman’s most severe and ambitious films with a customarily gorgeous transfer.
The documentary illuminates how art and artists live together in a symbiotic existence, each giving as well as taking.
Steven Soderbergh’s film considers modern media as a vehicle for revising white patriarchal capitalism.
This modern fantasy weds the techniques of silent cinema with CGI to conjure a memorably mythic realm.
With this beautiful and lively transfer, Criterion brings Elaine May’s neglected masterpiece of male alienation back to pulsating life.
With its silvery sheen and sexy lure of celebrity actors being naughty, the film recalls the decadent, self-consciously chic art it parodies.
If Piercing is mildly disappointing, it’s because it doesn’t go far enough.
Notorious is a pivotal film in Alfred Hitchcock’s development as a master of romantic isolation.
Jonas Åkerlund’s film gives viewers two well-worn assassin narratives for the price of one.
The Brazilian animated feature offers relief from the impersonal assault of contemporary pop culture.