A completely reconceptualized version of Offenbach’s masterpiece that is frequently senseless with stage devices that simply fall flat
A rising star on the operatic scene, Dinara Alieva delivers a superb and varied program of some vocal favorites in five languages.
The energy and enthusiasm of the cast and the seamless coordination of the varied numbers culminates in an exciting show that defies categorization.
Two Agnès Varda 2K restorations, Jane B. par Agnès V. and Kung-Fu Master! (Le petit amour) arrive in cinemas this Friday.
The crime drama The Connection is out on Blu-ray from Drafthouse FIlms
The largest staged Carmen to date receives competent rather than exciting performances from its Veronese cast.
Godard’s stunning study on a woman’s struggle in a man’s world in 12 parts, Vivre sa vie is brought to Blu-ray by the BFI.
A gay man who has kept his sexuality secret from his family returns home for his lover’s funeral in Tom at the Farm, in limited release and on Blu-ray now.
Jean-Pierre Melville’s controversial post-war feature film directorial debut gets a beautiful Blu-ray transfer from Criterion Collection.
Piano virtuoso Martha Argerich shares her life and career with Georges Gachot in a series of intimate and probing interviews, interspersed with live performance excerpts.