One of the greatest of American satires finally hits high-definition video with an okay transfer of an inferior source.
The most famous of Straub-Huillet’s works, Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach remains a singular approach to the musician biopic.
This beautiful standalone release presents a more wallet-friendly option than Ingmar Bergman’s Cinema to owning one of the director’s finest early works.
Terence Davies’s harrowing, beautiful diptych of childhood under and in the wake of tyrannical patriarchy receives a definitive release from Arrow.
Cornel Wilde’s directorial career is ripe for rediscovery. This pure, relentless yarn is a great place to start.
The filmmaker discusses the inherently cinematic quality of women, his fascination with the eyes of technology, and more.
Befitting a filmmaker who defined as well as challenged the definition of Italian neorealism, it unfolds simultaneously as thorny narrative and profoundly personal documentary.
The earthiest of Japanese New Wave directors, Shohei Imamura goes fascinatingly meta in A Man Vanishes.