The Criterion Collection
A sampling of reviews of some of the most significant movies currently in theaters.
By David Hudson
The loss of Pablo Ferro and Douglas Rain reminds us that Kubrick had a sharp eye for unique talent.
Taipei hosts an evening of surprises and controversy.
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Critics Serge Daney and V. F. Perkins and filmmakers Dziga Vertov, William Friedkin, and Alfonso Cuarón are among the subjects of this week’s highlights.
Studies of China’s past and present are screening at three venues in the city.
He transformed a fledgling comic book publisher into a juggernaut brand.
The history of Hollywood is the focus of this round, but its reach also extends well beyond.
Cold War leads the nominations for this year’s European Film Awards, while Ray & Liz scores in Thessaloniki.
This week has seen appreciations of such disparate figures as Ida Lupino, André Bazin, and F. J. Ossang.
DOC NYC, the largest documentary festival in the U.S., will present 300 films in eight days.
Multimedia exhibitions of work by Andy Warhol, Chris Marker, Pedro Costa, and others are now on view around the world.
With the gradual rollout of his two-part semi-musical, Wang is seeing his strongest reviews yet.
Alice Rohrwacher’s third feature, currently playing in Europe, heads to home screens at the end of the month.
The branding of Bergman, the arrival of The Other Side of the Wind, and more highlights of the week.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive in Los Angeles is presenting new restorations of B movies made on Poverty Row.
Lists of favorites from a genre on the rise.
The nominations for the British Independent Film Awards and the Louis Delluc Prize are out.
With Lee Chang-dong’s latest film opening in U.S. theaters, we take a look at the second wave of critical response.
At eighty-six, the renowned director and screenwriter stars in Kenneth Lonergan’s The Waverly Gallery.
Wim Wenders, Marilyn Monroe, and Peter Bogdanovich are among the names cropping up this week.
A series in London that skirts outright horror is somehow just right for Halloween.
Jon S. Baird and his cast offer a winning tribute to Laurel and Hardy.
Two outstanding podcasts return, and every one of Hong Sangsoo’s features is revisited.
Here’s a taste of what the critics have been saying about the nominees.
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