This release of Rivette’s singular take on the story of Joan of Arc boasts an impeccable transfer of the new 4K restoration.
Cohen Media Group bestows a gorgeous transfer to this epic ode to the creative process.
James Baldwin’s writing abounds in what’s missing from director Raoul Peck’s The Young Karl Marx.
The film is an allegory for women’s condition more generally, in times of war or peace.
The film dabbles in the French romantic-comedy tradition and simultaneously spoofs it, committing to neither.
Though not among Jacques Rivette great films, Around a Small Mountain shares a lot of qualities with the director’s best work.
The bare-bones treatment doesn't make this representative selection from a major auteur's sober, elegiac vision of late 20th-century French life any less valuable.
Secret défense feels in many ways like a culmination—Rivette’s ideologies and obsessions distilled to a perfect essence.
Ostensibly an adaptation of the oft-filmed Wuthering Heights, Hurlevent feels more like a schematic indication of Emily Brontë’s famed novel, though that should not be taken as a criticism.