Michael Imperioli’s Top 10
The Emmy-winning actor, best known for his work on The Sopranos, shares his list of Criterion favorites, lavishing special attention on three masterpieces by John Cassavetes.
Least Wanted—Film Noir’s Character Actors: Harry Morgan
In Frank Borzage’s Southern Gothic noir Moonrise, the actor captures a heartbreaking mixture of love and fear with his deeply empathetic (and very brief) portrayal of a deaf-mute.
Lucid Dreams: A Conversation with Bi Gan
With a new film in theaters and two early works on the Criterion Channel, the Chinese wunderkind talks with us about the challenges he’s faced while forging his idiosyncratic path through cinema.
How Julie Taymor Found a Zest for Life in Cinema
The acclaimed stage and screen director joins us for the latest installment of Adventures in Moviegoing, our guest-curator program on the Criterion Channel.
Two Master Stylists Collide in Our First Criterion Channel Double Feature
What does John Woo’s martial-arts classic Last Hurrah for Chivalry have in common with Jacques Demy’s pastel-hued musical The Umbrellas of Cherbourg?
A Problem with Authority: Dušan Makavejev’s Art of Repulsion
Early in his boundary-pushing Sweet Movie, Serbian renegade Dušan Makavejev stages a pageant of visual grotesquerie that speaks to the luridness of our contemporary age.
In this series of video profiles, we drop in on some of the talented illustrators and designers who create the cover art for our editions.