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From brooding black-and-white dramas like STATION WEST & I SHOT JESSE JAMES to the elegiac masterpieces of Anthony… https://t.co/B2214ow0u9
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionAgnès Varda's UNCLE YANCO (1968) https://t.co/KyLMvhXRwvBrazilian cinema, Deragh Campbell, Werner Herzog, and Dominik Graf @NotebookMUBI, Olivier Assayas on cinema in cris… https://t.co/UAh4DzxDIC
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionOne Scene (5’30”) in Olivier Assayas’s SUMMER HOURS (2008) is “staged so quietly and unobtrusively that we are left… https://t.co/VYOFSnA32t
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7/4
2020
Looking for a place to start? Follow essential noir leading man Robert Mitchum out west in the taut thriller BLOOD… https://t.co/TpUZgz83MnSeparated from the domestic spaces they once inhabited, two glass vases and a mahogany desk settle into a caged mus… https://t.co/M8Y55xblwOhttps://t.co/sDJfMnFsMC via @criterion
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionAN UNMARRIED WOMAN (1978) https://t.co/hyMUrH0XnxFrom brooding black-and-white dramas like STATION WEST & I SHOT JESSE JAMES to the elegiac masterpieces of Anthony… https://t.co/B2214ow0u9Now playing on the Channel 🏎️ 📺 https://t.co/qV1ZBA0zR5
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7/3
2020
“The reading of Adamovich’s books should be accompanied by some kind of breathing exercises, gardening, music pract… https://t.co/qOaqdCLTWL
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionWatch Diop's ATLANTIQUES now on the Channel alongside four other shorts by the French-Senegalese filmmaker, one of… https://t.co/v9Tg2YwCqC
Retweeted by Criterion Collection“The reading of Adamovich’s books should be accompanied by some kind of breathing exercises, gardening, music pract… https://t.co/qOaqdCLTWLOur new edition of Elem Klimov's COME AND SEE features a 1985 short documentary about the making of the film, featu… https://t.co/ri5aJDj5NfA girl on the verge of womanhood finds herself in a sensual fantasyland of vampires, witchcraft, and other threats… https://t.co/oRsF263zYb
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionBlending the blackest of gallows humor with disorienting expressionistic flourishes, Juraj Herz’s controversial, lo… https://t.co/mVeqqWK7tg
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionA tender look at a young woman's journey from the first pangs of romance to its inevitable disappointments, LOVES O… https://t.co/QJQsAxCBbi
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionOf all the cinematic New Waves that broke over the world in the 60s, the one in Czechoslovakia was among the most f… https://t.co/JVueK8teBn
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionHere's @AriAster on Elem Klimov's war-movie-to-end-all-war-movies COME AND SEE, out today from @Criterion: "Equal p… https://t.co/h8M56JNhkm
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionAs part of the @WNYC radio series Artists in the City, host Doris Freedman interviews a 27-year-old Scorsese about… https://t.co/RUOzOVz518
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionWatch our edition of HUSBANDS (1970) alongside a video essay by @DanielRaim, which, uses audio recordings Cassavete… https://t.co/UNvE3WadD8
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7/2
2020
Alongside Joan Micklin Silver's BETWEEN THE LINES (1977), watch Katja Raganelli's documentary on the director, feat… https://t.co/2sv2iKsFIf
Retweeted by Criterion Collection"Harry disassembles the Hitchcock-y sex-symbolism of her character & rearranges it as a mobile construct—part armor… https://t.co/ZxALfNhk5yWith extraordinary immediacy, Elem Klimov’s magisterial final film brings to life the barbarity of war, a subject o… https://t.co/BQQPR19y4D
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionIn this clip, excerpted from a new interview on our release of Elem Klimov's COME AND SEE (1985), Roger Deakins sha… https://t.co/J381S8h8j4
Retweeted by Criterion Collectionhttps://t.co/m4LJKqta7HOn her 104th birthday, the great Olivia de Havilland in her heartbreaking, Oscar-winning turn as Catherine Sloper i… https://t.co/KZcdbqfsDwThursday, July 9th Scores by Ryuichi Sakamoto Featuring Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda, a 2017 documentary by Stephen Nomu… https://t.co/GfsH9NFW6P
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionRemembering Carl Reiner: https://t.co/qbqgUxAhgm https://t.co/i3vKzKA6SG
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionIn this clip, excerpted from a new interview on our release of Elem Klimov's COME AND SEE (1985), Roger Deakins sha… https://t.co/J381S8h8j4Happy Birthday, Olivia de Havilland -- 104 years young! https://t.co/eDen9Od5yn
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionInspired by director Joan Micklin Silver’s time working at the “Village Voice,” this unsung gem of 1970s slice-of-l… https://t.co/Ko3ZecgOte
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7/1
2020
Featuring works by @JulieDash, @KhalikAllah, Charles Burnett, and Oscar Micheaux, these films center on the experie… https://t.co/gjkQIElqXg
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionWith extraordinary immediacy, Elem Klimov’s magisterial final film brings to life the barbarity of war, a subject o… https://t.co/BQQPR19y4DFilmmaker Marnie Ellen Hertzler (@marnie_ellen) talks with @criterionchannl programmer Penelope Bartlett (… https://t.co/jw0FMMpfaXCLAIRE'S KNEE (1970) https://t.co/ny4BlQI7f1For the latest Studio Visits, we visited @galang43 to talk with him about his approach to painting and how he captu… https://t.co/6NEj8nhaAYMy art career pretty much summed up 😎🎨 @criterion made a short doc detailing my career & behind the scenes work for… https://t.co/XZtBtvlSvh
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionNow playing in this week's Short + Feature 📺 https://t.co/8QODGMGBQ0 Two unsettling portraits of lonely female sec… https://t.co/2jrqXvS2Jz
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionAn encounter between two of the most remarkable women artists of the 20th century, ONE DAY PINA ASKED . . .(1983) i… https://t.co/MWHDqStXFl
Retweeted by Criterion Collection31 years ago today, DO THE RIGHT THING - a film that is still relevant today in the streets all across America - wa… https://t.co/hiyyCEkjGY
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionOur edition includes: a 2001 interview with Klimov; a new interview with Roger Deakins; interviews with actor Alexe… https://t.co/Mz19bg8vMBThis legendary film from Soviet director Elem Klimov is a senses-shattering plunge into the dehumanizing horrors of… https://t.co/oZnAT9Wcs2Maybe the most exciting part of MYEWK joining @Criterion is that https://t.co/tECTsE1YI9 is along for the ride. https://t.co/SN0gSpzfM9
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6/30
2020
Dušan Makavejev's WR: MYSTERIES OF THE ORGANISM (1971) https://t.co/tCU9Mstjtc https://t.co/pAbhKeBkNG
Retweeted by Criterion Collectionhttps://t.co/KDqqOv4oCtDjibril Diop Mambéty's TOUKI BOUKI (1973) https://t.co/mWgvFLGNgg https://t.co/nCtBowcW7V
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionPORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE (2019) https://t.co/MtFEYNtUHDTomorrow is the last day to catch our COLUMBIA NOIR series on the Channel! Don't miss out on such hard-boiled gems… https://t.co/Gdate3dPux
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionIngmar Bergman’s Oscar-winning tale of savagery in medieval Sweden inspires a notorious Wes Craven shocker. https://t.co/ouhgjAX2SnAmong the greatest of cinematic debuts, Hungarian trailblazer Ildikó Enyedi’s award-winning first feature is a lumi… https://t.co/oGozfZo9FqRomanian New Wave leader Corneliu Porumboiu directs this marvelously offbeat, continually surprising documentary ab… https://t.co/2D3rVcKLu9The formally adventurous and psychologically intricate films of renowned Canadian auteur Atom Egoyan unfold accordi… https://t.co/Gtdb76r79lThe film that rocked the foundations of the 1980s underground, this postpunk provocation is a DIY science-fiction f… https://t.co/lSpdyVG5HJAgnès Varda’s French New Wave touchstone inspires a journey through the modern-day gig economy of New York City. https://t.co/Guwyvt3Bl0A furious howl of resistance against racist oppression, the debut from Mauritanian director Med Hondo is a bitterly… https://t.co/GXZs4Rc5hdThree years in the making, Lotfy Nathan’s wild, dynamic documentary captures the death-defying antics of an infamou… https://t.co/Vyfrm4oqMOSpanning 53 movies and 41 editions of the Olympic Games, 100 Years of Olympic Films: 1912–2012 is the culmination o… https://t.co/VMcXkdjRSpFew actors have dominated an era—for their work both on- and offscreen—the way Jane Fonda did in the 1960s and ’70s… https://t.co/fVaPVkUUh1Beginning her career as a performance artist in the 1990s, July found her way to film with her pioneering Joanie 4… https://t.co/Ze7LGWlwQEThe fearless, brilliantly idiosyncratic films of writer-director-actor and all-around polymath Miranda July combine… https://t.co/7zz00zq9dyPatricio Guzmán travels 10,000 feet above sea level to the driest place on earth: Chile’s Atacama Desert, where ast… https://t.co/5wazYixPeaBad marriages make great movies, as evidenced by these gloriously messy, cuttingly perceptive portraits of some of… https://t.co/0FmvFNaqfMJapanese electronic-music pioneer Ryuichi Sakamoto has been at the cutting edge of both pop and avant-garde music f… https://t.co/B4xxQjYEYAEveryday reality slips into surrealist reverie in the uncanny visions of Sara Driver, whose films possess the hallu… https://t.co/4ndvugMdmEThe richly impressionistic documentaries of @rossbros are wonders of regional American filmmaking that transform ev… https://t.co/nF1rjjrGEBCheck out @JOSH_BENNY's documentary LENNY COOKIE, featuring a new introduction by the filmmakers. https://t.co/D6h5TO83XXA new breed of westerns emerged after World War II, stained by film noir’s anxious, disenchanted mood and enriched… https://t.co/maHH1HUlgbWatch the exclusive streaming premiere of YOUNG AHMED, the latest social-realist triumph from Jean-Pierre and Luc D… https://t.co/NJmyxooA6gInspired by director Joan Micklin Silver’s time working at New York’s the Village Voice, this unsung gem of 1970s s… https://t.co/KAbu6gde4zAnnouncing our July @criterionchannl lineup! ✨ https://t.co/HuFcZ2yztiIn our latest installment of Studio Visits, Gian Galang, the artist behind the images in our upcoming Bruce Lee box… https://t.co/SWtGrK2Fcv
6/29
2020
For this installment of Queersighted, a series from guest programmer @reverse_shot, we turn our sights to a handful… https://t.co/kqSsZpQA9m
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionOver the course of six provocative, sardonic shorts, independent trailblazer @cdunye honed a unique, quasi-document… https://t.co/ltku0Wy9Qf
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionWilliam Greaves's wildly innovative landmark, the one-of-a-kind fiction/documentary hybrid SYMBIOPSYCHOTAXIPLASM TA… https://t.co/UC3bAGTwf6
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionDonna Deitch's swooning and sensual first narrative feature, DESERT HEARTS, was groundbreaking upon its release in… https://t.co/oRu1HtcmFR
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionNeglected for nearly seventy years, this landmark of lesbian cinema by Jacqueline Audry, one of France’s trailblazi… https://t.co/sryYFXuKRF
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionThe “exceptional” series “Tell Me: Women Filmmakers, Women’s Stories” @criterionchannl is “an occasion to reconside… https://t.co/wK4uHNVh72
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6/28
2020
The singular vision of Mati Diop—one of contemporary cinema’s most bracing & distinctive voices—is on full display… https://t.co/AsKfaG3vF8
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionVěra Chytilová's anarchic DAISIES (1966), now playing in our 24-film Czechoslovak New Wave series on… https://t.co/aaNsM9CNxaLegendary blues singer Bessie Smith makes her only film appearance in ST. LOUIS BLUES and delivers a soul-shaking p… https://t.co/5sayOrYw5P
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionOn the Channel, watch Kieślowski's THE DOUBLE LIFE OF VÉRONQIUE; THREE COLORS TRILOGY; CAMERA BUFF; NO END; BLIND C… https://t.co/gjrwsRn67P
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionHappy birthday to the great Krzysztof Kieślowski, who translated the mysteries of everyday life into incandescent,… https://t.co/BWH3UDrEmJHappy birthday to the brilliant and dashing Tony Leung, one of modern cinema's greatest actors. Here he is in HAPPY… https://t.co/5qqXX3PAOM
6/27
2020
Czechoslovak New Wave—24 films now on @criterionchannl! Ranging in style from the dazzlingly experimental to the ar… https://t.co/16dc3unqKAPORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE (2019) https://t.co/uVbq5q8YUsPioneers of Queer Cinema @KinoLorber, @franklinleonard @InterviewMag, 1995’s cyberculture movies @CNET, hilarious c… https://t.co/ueGlynhv7G
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Retweeted by Criterion CollectionMade as preludes to accompany feature films, these minimusicals helped popularize future superstars—from Cab Callow… https://t.co/CwMijY5Kx9
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionFor the latest installment in our Songbook column, Michael Joshua Rowin explores how an upbeat tune by Nino Rota tu… https://t.co/IVsDwhkahCPORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE, cinematography by Claire Mathon 🔥❤️ https://t.co/MRPSi93A7U https://t.co/pxdqaMvCTQ
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionThen, it’s on to the town of Columbus, Indiana, an unexpected destination for marvels of midcentury modern architec… https://t.co/FO4ceVQVyR
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionIn Jem Cohen’s sublime MUSEUM HOURS (2012), it’s the grand halls and artistic masterworks of Vienna’s Kunsthistoris… https://t.co/TxWAwLvXtv
Retweeted by Criterion CollectionFor this week's Criterion Channel Double Feature, watch two quietly revelatory, elegantly unassuming works that wea… https://t.co/04N21JimLL
Retweeted by Criterion Collectionhttps://t.co/QomTFiPsqNhttps://t.co/iljpEIiL8oKon Ichikawa's TOKYO OLYMPIAD (1965), one of the greatest films ever made about sports. https://t.co/s07B1hm7yN Dr… https://t.co/kGYbgKOqK0https://t.co/BVj8wxN6Pc
6/26
2020

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