If you're looking for key works in the realm of arthouse cinema, Bil Antoniou and ThatShelf.com writers Pat Mullen, Rachel West, Colin Biggs and Barbara Goslawski have looked through the Channel's Permanent Gallery and put together list and reasons for why you should start with these.
Ranking the films of French master Jean Renoir.
This week's edition of The Criterion Shelf ranks the films in Criterion Channel's collection of films from Cannes 1968, which was cancelled mid-run.
If the steadfast energies of Taurus season made you yawn then jump on the Gemini movie train, you never know where it will stop!
Ranking the documentaries of pioneering French filmmaker Louis Malle.
Bil Antoniou takes a look at four films made by the celebrated auteur before his reign of fifties melodramas.
With the 73rd Cannes Film Festival postponed due to COVID-19, our team celebrates the legacy and influence of the world's most prestigious festival.
Remember movie theatres? It’s only been about eight weeks since cinemas shuttered their doors but it already feels like eons ago.
Her immense career still goes strong as she has not lost the desire to take chances with artistically adventurous directors, and keeping up with her filmography is no easy task (I’ve been trying for years) but the Criterion Channel’s collection, despite not including her one Oscar-nominated performance, covers her most notable work and is the best summation yet of a classic star.
Now that Star Wars: The Clone Wars has come to its beautiful finale, revisit the best of the series with this essential guide to the arc of Ahsoka and Rex.
The week's edition of The Criterion Shelf surveys the Criterion Channel's collection of films by women directors.
But how to throw yourself one? Should be easy, right? Find some Colin Farrell movies and watch them. But no, there’s a finer art that goes into curating the proper play order.
To help readers celebrate National Canadian Film Day, That Shelf put together a must-watch list featuring 30 movies from 18 talented Canadian filmmakers.
Superstition tells us that bad things come in threes, but so do some good things, like when the Criterion Channel wants to highlight the essential works necessary to get to know a filmmaker by posting a collection of three films.
Revisit all 24 official James Bond films while eagerly awaiting 007's next outing, No Time to Die!