Yorgos Lanthimos

The Criterion Shelf: Four Times Three

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.

The Lobster Review

At this point it’s safe to expect the strange from Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos (Dogtooth) and yet The Lobster still comes off as a completely, uniquely, twisted experience.

Alps Review

In Greek auterist Yorgos Lanthimos' Alps the audience gets a keen, darkly humorous, and emotionally affecting look at the need to belong and the sometimes selfish underbelly of the grieving process.

TIFF 2011 Review: ALPS

Yorgos Lanthimos’s film Dogtooth disturbed and impressed a lot of people, and I doubt his new film ALPS will receive a different reaction. Following a similar narrative line, about a strange situation between a group of people that is revealed and observed during the film, it stands as farcical comedy where the previous film was […]