Criterion Now – Episode 38 – The Piano Teacher, Bergman 100, Herzog & Kinski

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Aaron is joined by Jonathan Laubinger and Jordan Essoe to discuss The Piano Teacher and the latest in Criterion.

Criterion Reflections – Episode 5 – Summer 1969 Part 2

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David and guests discuss MEDIUM COOL, THE OLYMPICS IN MEXICO, FELLINI SATYRICON and LIONS LOVE (...AND LIES)

Criterion Now – Episode 37 – Dead Man, Sid & Nancy, Godzilla

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Keith Enright and Mark Hurne return to the podcast and we get into a big Criterion news week.

Criterion Now – Episode 36 – Twin Peaks S3, Fire Walk With Me, The Art Life

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Doug and Jackie are back, which means we are talking more David Lynch.

Criterion Reflections – Episode 4 – Summer 1969 Part 1

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Films discussed in this episode: Love is Colder than Death, All My Good Countrymen, Putney Swope, Phantom India and Boy

Episode 187 – Jack Clayton’s The Innocents

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For this episode of The CriterionCast, Trevor is joined by David and Scott to talk about Jack Clayton's The Innocents, adapted from Henry James's classic ghost story The Turn of the Screw.

Criterion Now – Episode 35 – January 2018 Announcements, Flash Sale

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Aaron is joined by Mark Hurne and Jason Michael to catch up on a month's worth of Criterion stuff, including January 2018 announcements.

The Criterion Completion Hour 9

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The Criterion Completion Hour 9 takes us to Manhattan for a fun visit and to Hollywood for a great conversation.

Arrow Now – Episode 1 – Best Arrow Releases, History of Arrow, and Pulse

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The first episode where we explore the Arrow UK and USA DVD and Blu-Ray label.

Criterion Reflections – Episode 3 – Spring 1969

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David and guests discuss The Rite, Calcutta, Easy Rider, Double Suicide and Midnight Cowboy.

Criterion Now – Episode 34 – The Music Geek Episode, Festival

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Aaron is joined by David Blakeslee and Matt Gasteier as they take a detour from Criterion to talk about art music in general.

Criterion Reflections – Episode 2 – Winter 1969 Part 2

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We discuss six films from the Winter of 1969: The Joke, The Cremator, The Milky Way, Le Grand Amour, plus two shorts by Wim Wenders and Federico Fellini.

Criterion Now – Episode 33 – December 2017 Announcements, Abbas Kiarostami, Film Festival News

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Max and Trevor join Aaron to dig into the December releases and run through a busy period of news.

The Criterion Completion Hour 8

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This month in Criterion Conversations we go to Buenos Aires for some written words and Boston for some spoken words.

Criterion Close-Up – Episode 61 – The Rose

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Here is Mark and Aaron's first podcast together, about Mark Rydell's The Rose.

Criterion Reflections – Episode 1 – Winter 1969 Part 1

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We cover four films, each fueled by their distinct blend of fury and outrage: Dillinger is Dead, Black Panthers, Diary of a Shinjuku Thief, and Z.

Episode 186 – Yasujiro Ozu’s An Autumn Afternoon

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David, Scott, Trevor, and Matt discuss the last film directed by Yasujiro Ozu.

Criterion Now – Episode 32 – Czech Films, Best Comedy Films, Lost in America

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Aaron is joined by Becky D'Anna and Martin Kessler and we discuss favorite comedies, Czech films, and Lost in America.

Criterion Now – Episode 31 – Alicia Malone, Women in Film

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FilmStruck host Alicia Malone joins to talk about the Criterion Closet, FilmStruck, and her book about women in film.

Criterion Now – Episode 30 – November 2017 Releases, Observations on Film Art

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Aaron is joined by Jeff Smith, Film Professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Lady P, host of Flixwise.

Criterion Now – Episode 29 – Bonus Episode with Josh Larsen from FilmSpotting

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This is a special episode with Josh Larsen from FilmSpotting as a guest.

Criterion Now – Episode 28 – Olympic Films, Limite, November Predictions

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Matt returns to the podcast and we dig into the big Olympic box, November predictions, Limite, and more.

Criterion Now – Episode 27 – Jeanne Moreau, Alex Ross Perry, The Philadelphia Story

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Aaron podcasts live from Greenwich Village with James Hancock, Dave Eves and Jessica Ramos.

Criterion Reflections – The Next Phase!

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David introduces his new podcasting project in a short teaser episode aimed at piquing your interest.

Criterion Now – Episode 26 – L’argent, David Byrne, Alexander Payne

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David Blakeslee joins Aaron as they tear into the Criterion news, parse Bresson's L'argent, and David talks about his post Eclipse Viewer plans.

The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 60 – Late Ozu [Part 3]

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Is this it? Is this really it? Is this the final episode of the Eclipse Viewer podcast?

Criterion Now – Episode 25 – October 2017 Releases, Bergman Week, Straw Dogs

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Aaron welcomes back Jonathan Laubinger, who talks about his time at Bergman Week in Sweden, October announcements, Straw Dogs, and more.

Episode 185 – Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker

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In this episode, Trevor Berrett and Scott Nye venture into the mysteries of the Zone, discussing Andrei Tarkovsky's 1979 film Stalker.

Comic Con 2017 Preview Podcast

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Ryan is joined by David Bax to preview the Comic Con 2017 panels and events that they're looking forward to.

Criterion Now – Episode 24 – Ghost World, Crumb, Barnes & Noble Sale

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Aaron, Travis and Tim Leggoe dig into the world of Terry Zwigoff and all that's going on with Criterion.

The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 59 – Late Ozu [Part 2]

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David and Trevor are joined by Matt Gasteier to discuss Ozu's transition to color in Equinox Flower, Good Morning and Floating Weeds.

Episode 184 – Mark Robson’s Valley of the Dolls

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David is joined by Catherine Stebbins to discuss what they learned in their encounter with the original Valley Girls.

Criterion Now – Episode 23 – Talking Criterions with Sean Baker

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Aaron and Mark talk Criterion and art films with Sean Baker, director of Tangerine, The Florida Project, and many more.

Criterion Now – Episode 22 – Special Twin Peaks Episode

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Aaron is joined by Doug and Jackie as they take a special trip through the world of David Lynch's Twin Peaks.

The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 58 – Late Ozu [Part 1]

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David, Trevor and guest Matt Gasteier discuss Early Spring and Tokyo Twilight in the first of a three-part series.

Criterion Now – Episode 21 – Criterions of the First Half of 2017, Film Noir, They Live by Night

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Aaron is joined again by Dave Eves and Matt Gasteier as they get into the best of Criterion so far and figure out the best film noir in the Collection.

Episode 183 – Michelangelo Antonioni’s Blow-Up

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In this episode, Scott Nye, David Blakeslee, and Trevor Berrett discuss Michelangelo Antonioni's 1966 film Blow-Up.

Criterion Now – Episode 20 – September 2017 Announcements, Jeanne Dielman, Monterey Pop

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Aaron welcomes back Keith Enright, The Completionist, from his lengthy sabbatical to get into the September releases and more.

Criterion Now – Episode 19 – Best Films of the 21st Century, Dheepan, Wong Kar Wai, Revenge Films

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Aaron is joined by Jon Laubinger, a superfan of the show who is about to leave for Bergman Week in Sweden.

Criterion Now – Episode 18 – Female Filmmakers, David Lynch, Rumble Fish

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Aaron is joined by Doug McCambridge and Jackie Carlson and they discuss female filmmakers, David Lynch and Coppola's Rumble Fish.

Criterion Now – Episode 17 – 45 Years, Cannes 2017, Abbas Kiarostami, David Lynch

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Aaron and two new guests, Jason Beamish and Kyle Reardon, dig into 45 Years, Cannes 2017, David Lynch and a number of other topics.

The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 57 – Postwar Kurosawa [Part 2]

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David and Trevor fearlessly (or perhaps idiotically) accept the challenge of discussing two films suffused with madness, obsession and paranoia as they conclude their coverage of the most popular volume in the Eclipse Series.

Criterion Now – Episode 16 – August Announcements, Andrei Tarkovsky, Good Morning, Michael Haneke

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Aaron and Mark Hurne get together to talk about August 2017 Announcements, Andrei Tarkovsky, Ozu's Good Morning, Michael Haneke, Jean Luc Godard, Jacques Demy, and plenty of other topics.

The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 56 – Postwar Kurosawa [Part 1]

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David and Trevor retrace Akira Kurosawa's steps as he explores the challenges Japan confronted in the late 1940s.

The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 55 – Julien Duvivier in the Thirties [Part 2]

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David and Trevor conclude their conversation about this exquisite collection of French cinema classics.

Criterion Now – Episode 15 – Tampopo, Cannes Classics, Palme D’or Winners

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Matt and Travis join Aaron and discuss the best way to eat ramen inspired by Tampopo, the likelihood of Cannes restorations coming to Criterion, and plenty more.

Episode 182 – George Stevens’ Woman of the Year

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David and Trevor take a swing at this seminal Tracy/Hepburn comedy, and try not to waffle in their opinions on the film's implicit messages about gender roles.

Criterion Close-Up – Episode 60 – Julien Duvivier in the 1930s

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Mark, Aaron, David and Trevor return for part two of our exploration of the under-appreciated French director, Julien Duvivier.

Criterion Now – Episode 14 – July 2017 Announcements, Criterion Art, Fire Walk With Me

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This episode takes a look at Criterion from the artistic lens, as we talk film with illustrators Caitlin Kuhwald and Michele Rosenthal.

Criterion Now – Episode 13 – Cannes 2017, John Ford, Jerks in Film

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This week we get into the gutter with Dave Eves and James Hancock, looking at the biggest jerks in film, Cannes, FilmStruck and more.