Surveying the films of Deborah Kerr in Criterion Channel's playlist devoted to the screen icon.
From The Crowd to Margaret, a look at the good apples and bad apples in Criterion Channel's New York Stories collection.
Surveying the films of one of Hollywood's greatest directors, John Huston, in Criterion Channel's collection devoted to his work, including The Dead, Moby Dick, The African Queen, and Key Largo.
Further proof that she wasn't born yesterday, Judy Holliday still delights as a Hollywood comic.
Criterion Channel's collection on early women filmmakers spotlights the pioneering women who advanced the art form during film's foundational years.
Ranking the Starring Gena Rowlands collection on Criterion Channel, from A Woman Under the Influence to Tempest.
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.
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.
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.
Pinter directed nearly fifty productions for stage, theatre and screen.
Criterion Channel's collection of Cary Grant comedies proves the measure of true star power.
Crawford showed up ready for stardom, as time passed the perfection of her face hardened but you could never do anything about those eyes.
It’s not just marriages that are made in heaven, some film collaborations are as well, and the artform rarely benefited more from two artists collaborating than when Austrian émigré screenwriter Emeric Pressburger was paired up with English director Michael Powell.