Trouble in Paradise
Witty, wonderful, wacky Lubitsch at his best. His daughter worked at KCRW!
I always cry at the end, then go out for pasta and cheap red wine.
Children of Paradise
You can hear J.-L. Barrault cry “Garance!” from the other side of the world.
The Wages of Fear
The suspense is mesmerizing, even paralyzing.
Woman in the Dunes
It’s as much an impressionist painting as it is a film.
This great film was made back when Olympic athletes were regular folk.
You’ll never watch a conductor the same way after seeing this great Preston Sturges film.
And God Created Woman
I saw this movie as an adolescent in the late fifties, at the Bay Theatre in Pacific Palisades, and it made me feel strange things I’d never felt before . . . I also thought that Brigitte Bardot was the number-one sex kitten on earth.
Frank Kozik’s Top 10
Credited with single-handedly reviving the lost art of the concert poster, Frank Kozik credits his career to his enthusiasm for Austin, Texas’s growing underground rock scene in the mid-eighties. Find out more, at frankkozik.net and fkozik.com. In…
Jonathan Caouette’s Top 10
Jonathan Caouette is the director of several feature-length documentaries: the award-winning personal diary film Tarnation (2004), produced by John Cameron Mitchell and Gus Van Sant; All Tomorrow’s Parties (2009), about the music festival; and Walk…
Jane Campion’s Top 10
In honor of her introduction to the collection, with An Angel at My Table, we asked director Jane Campion to contribute a list of Criterion films that are on her mind at the moment. Campion’s debut feature, Sweetie, is also available from Criterion…