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.

The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 54 – Julien Duvivier in the Thirties [Part 1]

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David and Trevor are joined by Aaron West to begin a three part series exploring early films from the great but under-appreciated French director.

Criterion Now – Episode 12 – Multiple Maniacs, VHS Collecting, Actors in Film

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Aaron, Eric and Mark talk about Multiple Maniacs, VHS Collecting, and the latest news from the Criterion world.

Criterion Now – Episode 11 – Blow-Up, Tiny Furniture, Gimme Shelter

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Aaron and RJ Tougas take a look at Criterion from a Canadian perspective.

Criterion Now – Episode 10 – Being There, Before Midnight, Samurai Films

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Aaron is joined by Dave and Matt, where they engage in a samurai duel, discuss Being There and Before Midnight, and many other Criterion topics.

Criterion Close-Up – Episode 59 – Late Spring and the Films of Yasujiro Ozu

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Mark, Aaron and Matt Gasteier explore the filmmaking world of Yasujirō Ozu, centering on his pivotal masterpiece Late Spring (1949).

Criterion Now – Episode 9 – June 2017 Announcements, Ingmar Bergman, Canoa

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Aaron, Arik Devens, Scott Nye and Travis Trudell dig into the June Criterion announcements, Ingmar Bergman on FilmStruck, and more.

Criterion Now – Episode 8 – Assassination of Jesse James, Before Sunset, Mildred Pierce

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Aaron, Doug and Jamieson talks Jesse James, Before Sunset, Mildred Pierce, and Criterion news and rumors.

The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 53 – Nikkatsu Noir [Part 2]

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David, Trevor and Pablo are back, taking aim at a pair of shoot 'em ups starring Joe Shishido.

Criterion Now – Episode 7 – Before Sunrise, The Oscars, Kevin MacDonald

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Aaron is joined by Martin Kessler and Andrea West (Aaron's wife!), and we talk about the latest going on in the Criterion universe.

Criterion Now – Episode 6 – Ugetsu, Lone Wolf & Cub, Seijun Suzuki

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Aaron is joined by Matt Gasteier, who participates in our first game show and shares his insights on the latest from Criterion.

Episode 181 – Peter Weir’s Picnic at Hanging Rock

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In this episode, Trevor Berrett and David Blakeslee discuss Peter Weir's 1975 film Picnic at Hanging Rock.

Masters of Cinema Cast – Episode 55 – Vampyr

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Joakim is joined by Adam Gonet from The Art Shelf to discuss this spooky classic. Enjoy.

Criterion Now – Episode 5 – May 2017 Announcements, Flash Sales, Wooden Clogs

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Aaron is joined by David Blakeslee and Robert Taylor to talk about that massive May haul that Criterion announced and plenty more.

Masters of Cinema Cast Episode 54 – Rocco and His Brothers

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We return with a look at Luchino Visconti's Rocco and His Brothers. Enjoy!

Criterion Now – Episode 4 – Black Girl, Wong Kar Wai, David Lynch

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Aaron, Dave, Jessica, and Mark talk about Black Girl, Cameraperson, Wong Kar Wai, and plenty more.

Criterion Close-Up – Episode 58 – Punch-Drunk Love and the Films of Paul Thomas Anderson

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Mark and Aaron discuss Punch-Drunk Love and the career of Paul Thomas Anderson.

The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 52 – Nikkatsu Noir [Part 1]

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David and Trevor join forces with Pablo Knote for a quick hit on Japanese gangster films of the 50s and 60s.

The Criterion Completion Hour 7

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Let's take a deeper look at some of those Criterion DVDs on your shelves that you've been ignoring since you went blu.

Criterion Now – Episode 3 – April 2017 Announcements, Something Wild, Fox and His Friends

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Aaron welcomes Keith Enright, The Completionist, to discuss the latest and greatest in the Criterion world.

Episode 180 – Criterion Collection Favorites of 2016

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The crew talks about the past year in Criterion, including their favorite three Criterion releases of 2016.

Criterion Now – Episode 2 – His Girl Friday, Coming of Age Films, Terry Gilliam

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We get a visit from a ghost of Criterion past as we explore the week of Criterion.

Criterion Now – Episode 1

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We kick off a new podcast by looking at the New Year's Drawing, FilmStruck, Dardennes, De Sica, and introduce what is to come on the series.

Episode 179 – Criterion Collection Wish List for 2017

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David, Aaron, Arik and Mark get all speculative as they share their Criterion-related hopes and dreams for the year ahead.

The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 51 – The Documentaries of Louis Malle [Part 3]

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David, Trevor and Keith finish up their adventures in Malle-walking.

Criterion Close-Up – Episode 57 – French 1930’s Part 2: Early Jean Renoir

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Mark and Aaron continue the French 1930s series by exploring the early career of Jean Renoir.

The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 50 – The Documentaries of Louis Malle [Part 2]

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David, Trevor and Keith immerse themselves in Malle's epic explorations of India.

Criterion Now – Intro

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Aaron and Mark talk about what to expect from the upcoming show of Criterion Now.

The Criterion Completion Hour 6

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Let's get picky and talk about Criterion packaging. The best, worst, and indifferent across all of the different styles that have been tried. Then we'll check in with The Completionist and The Cinema Gadfly for a nice conversation of all things Criterion.

Off The Shelf – Episode 109 – New Releases for December 6th 2016

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Ryan and Brian catch up in the past couple of weeks, and look at this week's new releases.

The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 49 – The Documentaries of Louis Malle [Part 1]

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David, Trevor and Keith get real as they discuss the biggest Eclipse Series set of them all. Part 1 (of 3) focuses on Malle's French documentaries.

Criterion Close-Up – Episode 56 – Blood Simple

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Mark and Aaron are joined by Keith Silva to look at the Coen Brothers' debut to cap of #Noirvember.

Off The Shelf – Episode 108 – November 2016 Blu-ray Releases

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Ryan and Brian catch up on the past few weeks of new Blu-ray releases.

Criterion Close-Up – Episode 55 – Cronos

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Mark and Aaron tackle Guillermo Del Toro's debut film, recently re-released as part of the Trilogía boxset.

The Newsstand – Episode 65 – FilmStruck and the January 2017 Criterion Line-up

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Ryan and Arik chat about the launch of the Criterion Collection's new digital home: FilmStruck.

Episode 178 – Fritz Lang’s The Testament of Dr. Mabuse

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Ryan and Arik chat about Lang's 1933 film.

The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 48 – Kenji Mizoguchi’s Fallen Women [Part 2]

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David, Trevor and Scott discuss two films focused on Kenji Mizoguchi's critical examination of prostitution in postwar Japan.