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Our new episode of ADVENTURES IN MOVIEGOING with has arrived! The director of MOONLIGHT joins us to talk about his journey to becoming a cinephile & select an eclectic group of personal favorites to watch on at :
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Criterion Channel 16h
Good morning! A mood for the day courtesy of DAISIES (1966):
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Criterion Collection 16h
Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy some classic meals from the collection:
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Janus Films Nov 22
"If we can dare to extract one message from it, perhaps it should be: Believe women." - -
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The Daily Nov 22
Fassbinder, Zulawski, Nicholas Ray, Fritz Lang, John Woo, Slava Tsukerman, Louis-Delluc Prize nominees … Today’s news + views:
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Criterion Collection Nov 22
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13 days until 100 YEARS OF OLYMPIC FILMS: 1912-2012, our biggest box set ever! Coming December 5!
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The Daily Nov 22
“Claire Denis is the greatest filmmaker on the planet.” on his “Adventures in Moviegoing” (2’45”)
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Criterion Collection Nov 22
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Plus! Alongside the full episode, enjoy a series of Jenkins’s favorite films, including Martel’s La CIÉNAGA and Denis's WHITE MATERIAL.
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Criterion Collection Nov 22
Before the episode premieres tomorrow, watch Jenkins talk about what he's learned from female directors such as Lucrecia Martel and Claire Denis, whose formally daring work has inspired his own:
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Criterion Collection Nov 22
For our latest episode of ADVENTURES IN MOVIEGOING on , takes us through his journey as a cinephile!
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Criterion Collection Nov 22
"The camera was like a person—the one lens was like one eye...The immediacy and the power of that were tremendous for me. I am more and more convinced that the more limits you give yourself, the better." — Luca Guadagnino on shooting CALL ME BY YOUR NAME
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Criterion Collection Nov 19
Over at , ALL Criterion Blu-rays & DVDs are 50% OFF! What will you be adding to your collection this weekend?
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Criterion Collection Nov 22
Good morning from GHOST WORLD (2001) & happy birthday, Scarlett Johansson!
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The Film Society Nov 21
Vittorio De Sica’s transcendently melancholic UMBERTO D. screens this Friday & Nov. 29 with STORY OF CATERINA. 🎟️:
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Criterion Collection Nov 21
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Criterion Channel Nov 21
Now on : Desmond Davis' GIRL WITH GREEN EYES, a 1964 British drama adapted from an Edna O'Brien novel and starring Lynn Redgrave and Rita Tushingham!
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Criterion Collection Nov 21
"I was born when she kissed me. I died when she left me. I lived a few weeks while she loved me." What are you watching this ?
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Criterion Collection Nov 21
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"If JABBERWOCKY weren’t so ruthlessly funny and absurd, it might be considered Gilliam’s darkest film."
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Criterion Collection Nov 21
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"Gilliam views his characters as active participants in their own misery, like individual figures plucked from one of Bosch’s or Brueghel’s medieval tableaux and imagined to the last repulsive detail."
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Criterion Collection Nov 21
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"Yet Gilliam so thoroughly embodied the spirit of “Jabberwocky” & THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS that the project set the tone for a career of unpacking & reconfiguring fairy tales & fantasies, looking at oft-told stories and histories through a distorted lens..."
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