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Criterion Collection 8h
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Broadbent "makes Andy the kind of many-sided guy who can bustle for hours in a high-energy job & putter around the house like an amiable nincompoop & exasperate his wife with a harebrained scheme & radiate a stability & warmth that his family relies on..."
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Criterion Collection 8h
Jim Broadbent, the great English actor and longtime Mike Leigh collaborator, as Andy in LIFE IS SWEET (1990), an invigorating portrait of ordinary existence.
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Japan Society Film 15h
Happy birthday to the brilliant Seijun Suzuki! The prolific director would have been 95 today. 鈴木清順
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Criterion Collection 8h
"As a writer, talking about the past is a sort of creative necessity...I can deal with memory—and things get more dramatic and romantic—and you can reconstitute elements of the past with that helpful filter."
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Criterion Collection 9h
In the mood for more Technicolor? Enjoy some of our most vivid editions over on our site!
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The Daily 13h
Will there ever be a great movie based on a Philip Roth novel? Here’s hoping:
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Criterion Collection 11h
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This fascinating episode looks at how the Oscar-winning work of production designer Alfred Junge and cinematographer Jack Cardiff creates an otherworldly atmosphere that affects the psychological arc of the characters.
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Criterion Collection 11h
In the latest episode of OBSERVATIONS ON FILM ART on , Kristin Thompson explores the lush Technicolor palette of Powell & Pressburger's 1947 masterpiece BLACK NARCISSUS:
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Criterion Collection 11h
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"And it is with BEYOND THE HILLS that he came into his own as a complete auteur, having fully evolved, in the most nuanced way possible, the tropes & tools that so clearly mark his films as his own, & that mark him as one of the most insightful directors in contemporary cinema."
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Criterion Collection 11h
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“The finesse of Mungiu’s observations about human nature results in stirring introspections into the unknown dimensions of the soul.”
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Criterion Collection 11h
Drawing as much from the horror-movie canon as from religious iconography, Cristian Mungiu provoked the ire of the Orthodox Church with this unrelenting account of a real-life exorcism. Read Doru Pop on BEYOND THE HILLS (2012):
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FilmStruck May 23
Coming this Friday: Lina Wertmüller's PASQUALINO SETTEBELLEZZE aka SEVEN BEAUTIES (+ 5 more films). The film was nominated for four Oscars including Best Director for Wertmüller, who became the first woman to receive a nomination in that category.
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BFI May 21
Good news lovers: for a limited time only we're offering 2 for £25 on selected Criterion titles, both online and in-store:
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Janus Films 13h
The re-release poster for Agnès Varda's ONE SINGS, THE OTHER DOESN'T! Opening 6/1
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The Film Society 14h
Remembering the great Seijun Suzuki, who would've turned 95 today.
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Criterion Collection 14h
From now until June 17, Criterion Blu-rays are 2 for £25 in the UK!
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Criterion Collection May 23
Head over to our site to shop the latest editions of classic & contemporary films, plus T-shirts, posters, totes and more! ✨📺
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Criterion Collection May 21
Juliette Binoche on the Art of Being Directed — We sat down with the Oscar-winning French icon to talk about the lessons she's learn from working with some of the world's greatest filmmakers:
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Criterion Collection 15h
On Bob Dylan's birthday, watch rare footage from DONT LOOK BACK, featuring an outtake of Dylan performing his song “She Belongs to Me,” Allen Ginsberg & Peter Orlovsky swinging dancing, & more:
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