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Since 1984, we’ve dedicated ourselves to gathering and publishing the greatest films from around the world.
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Criterion Collection 3h
How Bernard Herrmann's music brought Hitchcock's films to life:
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Criterion Collection 22h
Harold Lloyd in the Big Game. From THE FRESHMAN (1925):
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Criterion Collection Feb 7
The hippest way to spend your Sunday – our festival of Mid-century Cool, free on :
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Criterion Collection Feb 7
One of art-house cinema's all-time great actors gives Jan Troell some massive praise:
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Criterion Collection Feb 6
Joe Strummer, Steve Buscemi, and Rick Aviles, cruising in MYSTERY TRAIN (1989).
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Criterion Collection Feb 6
Almodóvar’s scandalous erotic comedy TIE ME UP! TIE ME DOWN! is our rep pick of the week:
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Criterion Collection Feb 6
Happy birthday, Monsieur Truffaut!
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BFI Feb 5
Do you know your Technicolor from your Kodachrome?
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Criterion Collection Feb 5
Lars Von Trier's ANTICHRIST has been banned in France:
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Criterion Collection Feb 5
James Caan in Michael Mann's blistering debut, THIEF (1981).
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Janus Films Feb 4
I KNEW HER WELL is a "Rediscovered Masterwork" according to !
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Criterion Collection Feb 4
Something we were sad to see, but couldn't remove without compromising the quality and authenticity of the image.
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Criterion Collection Feb 4
The blue wash you're seeing in those few frames of HEAVEN'S GATE is, in fact, native to the original film materials.
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Criterion Collection Feb 4
A brief history of the incredible (and sometimes insane) movie posters produced in Ghana before the Internet era:
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Criterion Collection Feb 4
The original German-release poster for Seijun Suzuki's deliriously stylish TOKYO DRIFTER (1966):
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Hollywood Reporter Feb 2
George Miller on 'Mad Max' Sequels, His Secret Talks With Stanley Kubrick
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Criterion Collection Feb 3
Spike Lee in the director's chair, Brooklyn, 1988. Revisit Ebert on DO THE RIGHT THING:
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Criterion Collection Feb 3
"Hitchcock, 1950s melodrama, horror... that had such a profound effect on me."
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Criterion Collection Feb 2
Werner Herzog once walked from Munich to Paris – a 500-mile trek – to visit a dying mentor:
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Criterion Collection Feb 2
HIROSHIMA MON AMOUR's opening sequence – the perfect intro to a mesmerizing, heartbreaking film:
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