Jean-Luc Godard’s conviction that action, and not idle thought, is the lifeblood of social progress is palpable.
One of Rossellini’s most important films receives a sterling home-video transfer that does justice to its blockbuster panorama.
The sight of Rossellini’s war trilogy remastered in HD will be cause alone for some to double dip.
Compassionate and structurally intriguing, Stig Björkman's documentary is a stellar portrait of a great artist.
It highlights the potent dichotomies that made the actress luminescent both on and off screen.
Roberto Rossellini’s film owes part of its emotional power to its mixture of politico-religious symbolism and quotidian humor.
Hazanavicius takes on the horrors of war in this remake of Fred Zinnemann’s 1948 film The Search
The work produced by Rossellini and his muse would do nothing short of usher in what we now know as the modern cinematic age.
The film unfolds simultaneously as thorny narrative and profoundly personal documentary.
The film demonstrates with intoxicating lyricism the confluence of apparent contraries.
Lisa and the Devil is easily the oddest duck in Bava’s filmography, sumptuously photographed and exceedingly surreal.
You can assess a film festival’s attitude on cinema by its repertory choices.
Electric, essential cinema framed with love and scholarly reverence.