Surveying the films in Criterion Channel's Pre-Code Divas collection, including The Divorcee, She Done Him Wrong, Dishonored, and The Cheat.
Revisiting Roger Corman's film adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe stories, including The Raven, Tales of Terror, and The Red Mask of Death.
Surveying the films in Criterion Channel's collection devoted to artificial intelligence in films like A.I., 2046, and Ghost in the Shell.
In celebration of hip-hop's 50th anniversary, we're taking a look at the films featured in the Criterion Channel's Hip-Hop series.
Surveying the films in Criterion Channels collections Pride Favourites and Masc, devoted to a diverse selection of landmark LGBTQ+ cinema.
Ranking the films of Seijun Suzuki in Criterion Channel's collection devoted to the Japanese action film auteur behind films like Branded to Kill and Gate of Flesh.
A film lover herself, Isabelle Huppert has often been drawn to roles because of directors, seeking out masters with impressive filmographies while also initiating collaborations with newcomers in whom she recognizes a spark.
Surveying the films of Derek Jarman in Criterion Channel's collection devoted to the singular artist, activist, and visionary queer voice.
The "Childhood films" of Abbas Kiarostami highlight his work with non-professionals even when treading on more mature themes, always with the playful, exploratory spirit of youth.
Dig into Criterion's '80s horror collection! A natural continuation of the shift that began with 1978's Halloween, the new decade brought audiences ordinary humans from ordinary places who had an extraordinary ability to stick around until the next sequel.
Surveying the films of Myrna Loy in Criterion Channel's collection devoted to the actress, from The Thin Man to Libeled Lady to Whipsaw.
Tampopo is a perfect summation of Juzo Itami's vibe for its dark, almost cruel humour surrounding a sweet central relationship. "Japan is a culture where if you want something to eat, or you want to have sex, or whatever, you just do it," the director once said.
That Shelf takes a look at Criterion's tribute to Delphine Seyrig, celebrating the ninetieth anniversary of her birth and marking the thirtieth anniversary of her death.
From Morocco to Kiss and Make-Up, Criterion Channel's Pre-Code Paramount collection features some surprising violence and hanky panky with Marlene Dietrich and Mae West at their best.
Surveying the films in Criterion Channel's collection devoted to Harry Belafonte, including Carmen Jones, Island in the Sun, and Beat Street.