Featuring a searing performance from Anna Karina, the film much more than the scandal that made it famous in France.
Němec burst out of the gate with this stirring, unorthodox depiction of trauma set during the Holocaust.
Demme’s film is a repository for his comic, aesthetic, and observational gifts, and it receives a solid Blu-ray from Twilight Time.
Twilight Time’s sharp transfer wonderfully preserves Litvak’s long-ago groundbreaking melodrama.
Criterion has beautifully restored two glorious action epics, allowing Chan’s formal audacity to shine.
Criterion’s excellent Blu-ray transfer will allow this classic of American political critique to remain a topic of debate for years to come.
In both films, Asquith shows a keen understanding of both the rules and roles of various genres.
Below are some of the films, collections, and series that have already made the channel a vital service.
Jarmusch’s breakthrough film gets a sturdy upgrade from Criterion, with richer visuals that testify to its spartan beauty.
Kit Parker Films’s set is as no frills as the nine films contained within it.
Arrow has outdone itself in preserving the beguiling, vulgar beauty of this demented satire.
This disc continues Criterion’s exceptional track record of reviving Harold Lloyd’s silent masterpieces.
Kino Lorber’s release marks the long-overdue arrival of Todd Haynes’s ravishing melodrama on Blu-ray.
With this noteworthy release, Arrow Video’s devotion to vigorously excavating lesser-known gialli continues unabated.
There are no real supplements on this disc, but Eastwood’s eccentric and moving film speaks quite well for itself.
Criterion’s release breathes new life into a self-appraising late period work that’s a lavish and lugubrious meditation on art and death.
Criterion has graced us with an intoxicatingly beautiful release of a strange and challenging film.
Kogonada’s elegant and moving narrative debut has been outfitted with a lovely transfer that will hopefully expose the film to new audiences.