The Criterion Collection’s Complete Films of Agnès Varda is a tribute to the multifaceted career of the revered French director.
As her landmark documentary on the ’80s ballroom scene enters the Criterion Collection, Hyperallergic talks to the director about the film’s influence and what she could have done differently.
Criterion’s 1000th release is a testament to not only the monster’s legacy, but also to the importance of monsters in general to our cultural memory and history.
For this month’s streaming recommendations, we’ve gathered a selection of animated films, many of which are out of print and only available online.
The two streaming sites kicked off this past month with a robust, diverse selection of movies.
On April 8th, Criterion will launch a new streaming service featuring over 1,000 classic and contemporary art-house films from around the world.
While the female protagonists in Barbara Loden’s Wanda and Susan Seidelman’s Smithereens may be lost — and legitimately poor — the one thing they are not is self-pitying.
Long seen as the “enfant terrible” of Czech cinema, Němec constantly found himself in trouble with Czech government authorities, and was almost arrested for making this film.
David Lynch has been a stranger to the director’s chair for almost a decade now — since 2006’s Inland Empire, to be exact.
For 12 days, the Criterion Collection has made its entire catalogue of Akerman’s work available for viewing on Hulu for free.