Examine the meaning of life, love, and space in Tarkovsky’s 1972 sci-fi classic Solaris finally available in a beautiful Criterion Edition on Blu-ray.
Ken Loach’s heartwarming, neorealist look at the hopelessness of a young working-class British boy and his bond with a kestrel hawk comes to Blu-ray in a sterling new restoration from Criterion Collection.
White Material is a drama of the highest order from Claire Denis and it gets the Criterion treatment in this reference package that cinephiles will enjoy.
Still Walking is a beautifully-crafted, non-sentimental, multi-generational family drama that looks exquisite in this release from Criterion Collection.
Quietly grim, sexy, and brutal, Andrea Arnold’s Fish Tank is a shockingly realistic look at the world of an isolated working class teen girl and it finally arrives on Blu-ray in the US from Criterion Collection.
Fellini’s semi-autobiographical masterpiece is given the Criterion treatment in this new Blu-ray release.
Late Polish filmmaker Krzysztof Kieślowski’s ethereal breakthrough, The Double Life of Véronique, shows up on Blu-ray in a reference quality Blu-ray release from The Criterion Collection.
This classic romantic comedy goes beyond its genre to capture an era and it arrives in a sublime 1080p transfer from The Criterion Collection.
An undeservedly overlooked masterpiece from Melville finally gets the Criterion Blu-ray treatment, and it’s a good one.
The BBS Box yields an unequaled insight into the hotbed of cinematic creativity of the late ’60s and early ’70s. The seven movies in this set present the young superstars of American movies which broke new trails and are worth watching.