Cultivating the Legacy of Cuban Cinema: A Conversation with Luciano Castillo
With his deep knowledge of Cuban film history and his tireless efforts to promote it, the director of the Cinemateca de Cuba has been an invaluable resource for our releases of Memories of Underdevelopment and Lucía.
Getting to Know Barbara Loden
The filmmaker Katja Raganelli talks with us about what it was like to create an intimate portrait of the Wanda director toward the end of her life.
Destination Paris: A Trip to the Librairie du Cinéma du Panthéon
The Fog of Welles: A Trip to Chinchón
During a research mission to Spain, Criterion web producer/researcher Valeria Rotella takes a day trip to the medieval desert town of Chinchón, where Orson Welles is rumored to have shot Chimes at Midnight and The Immortal Story.
Destination Madrid: A Visit to a Film Lover’s Bookstore
Criterion’s resident researcher and web producer takes a trip to Madrid bookstore Ocho y Medio, which she calls “a shrine to Spanish contributions to the seventh art.”