The Criterion Collection
In this video essay, the director of Columbus examines how Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma combines intimate observations of everyday life with the grand sweep of history.
The director of the newly released Columbus takes a close look at how doors open onto philosophical mysteries in the films of French master Robert Bresson.
Regular Criterion Collection contributor :: kogonada explores the innovative cinematic lexicon Godard developed in the fifteen features he made between 1960 and 1967.
Filmmaker Kogonada, with a little help from Sylvia Plath, reflects on women and mirrors in the films of Ingmar Bergman.
Filmmaker :: kogonada tweets at @kogonada and tumbles at missingozu.tumblr.com. You can view some of his work at kogonada.com.
The dramatic and moral weight of the French master’s films is often carried by recurring images of characters’ hands.
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