Writers pick their top five films of the year to date.
Here are ten upcoming films based on books to help you plan your summer reading list.
Ranking the Starring Gena Rowlands collection on Criterion Channel, from A Woman Under the Influence to Tempest.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Michael Rapaport's "Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest," we take a look at one of hip hop's most eclectic, beloved groups, A Tribe Called Quest. Let's kick it.
A salute to the wonderful combination of popcorn, air conditioning, car chases, and Tom Cruise.
Exploring the works of the great Satyajit Ray, including Pather Panchali, The Music Room, and The Big City.
Bil Antoniou surveys a collection of "home movies" that cater to quarantine life blahs.
To celebrate the addition of Matt Wolf's Wild Combination (2008) to the Criterion Channel, Marko Djurdjic takes a dive into the eclectic world of avant-hero Arthur Russell.
To celebrate Hot Docs' screening of The Sparks Brothers, we take a look at the best tracks and albums featured in Edgar Wright's loving ode to Sparks.
Criterion's Black Westerns collection gives a potent overview of films from the era (and beyond) that are diverse in style, content and attitude.
Covering all genres, numerous countries, high arthouse stuff and populist entertainment, Carrière was a natural fit no matter what he worked on, his talent and sensibilities blending in seamlessly with the directors with whom he collaborated.
Celebrate the greatest Korean films ever with Korean Screen’s extensive top 100 list as voted on by 158 critics from 28 countries.
The films of Bertrand Tavernier deliver rich presentations of human relationships that one feels deeply, his stark but never preachy criticisms of French society always accompanied by stunning visual landscapes that are often breathtaking.
For a man who claimed to have no personality of his own, the versatile Peter Sellers always made us laugh.
Why Meryl Streep is the most ludicrously celebrated actor in Oscar history and the most tragically under-recognized star.