The soulful revolutionary and violent guerilla poses difficult questions for today’s opposition movement.
The Criterion Collection advertises itself as “a series of important contemporary and classic films.” That is an understatement. It’s more accurate to describe Criterion as a moveable museum, containing films from all over the world, preserved in gorgeous detail, unpacked with creator interviews and essays written by film scholars. The folks at Criterion have gathered a community […]
An unexpected, life changing work of Dance Documentary
His subject matter may be nasty as hell, but his work is meticulous and grotesque.
A powerful animated film about the mystery and power of death.
An honest, if not great, film about queer sexual discovery.
Another installment in Josiah Armstrong’s Criterion Collection series.
von Trier’s cinema of extremes kicks off a new series on the Criterion Collection by Josiah Armstrong