The Criterion Collection April 2017 New Releases In April, Criterion is serving up a ramen western from Juzo Itami, a vibrant music documentary from Wim Wenders, a tale of alienated youth from Francis Ford Coppola, and a battle-of-the-sexes comedy from George Stevens. Plus, two candy-colored musicals by Jacques Demy will be released as single editions. … More
In March, Criterion will be celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Blow-Up, Michelangelo Antonioni's existential portrait of swinging-sixties London, with a special edition packed with supplements. It'll be joined by John Waters' outrageous take on American counterculture Multiple Maniacs, a filth-spattered spectacle never before available on home video. We're also proud to present the first-ever U.S. release of Felipe Cazals's Canoa: … More
present SPLIT SCREEN John Pierson's wild ride through the indie film world from 1997-2001 will have its streaming premiere exclusively on The Criterion Channel starting December 10. Revisit (or discover for the first time) the original series that delivered underexposed film celebrities, unexpected locations and surprising storylines. Episodes featuring Spike Lee, Richard Linklater, Kevin … More
The Criterion Collection. February 2017 New Releases. In February, Criterion will put out the first-ever box set of Richard Linklater's The Before Trilogy, a three-part romance and meditation on cinematic time featuring intimate performances by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke. And that's just one release in a month filled with extraordinary releases, including beloved films … More
The Criterion Collection January 2017 New Releases In January, The Criterion Collection will release the groundbreaking debut feature of African cinema master Ousmane Sembène, a controversial portrait of 1970s gay life from Rainer Werner Fassbinder, a harrowing work of psychological realism by Actors Studio pioneer Jack Garfein, and an endlessly quotable Howard Hawks classic.
Oct. 6, 2016 FilmStruck To Launch Oct. 19 Turner's New Subscription Service Features the Largest Streaming Library of Contemporary & Classic Arthouse, Indie, Foreign & Cult Films The Criterion Channel Premium Add-On Tier Offers Unlimited Access to the World-Renowned Criterion Collection Three Different Subscription Plans Available for a Film-Lover's Paradise On Amazon Fire … More
This December, Criterion will finish the year with some extraordinary editions of classic and contemporary titles. The legendary Federico Fellini adds another entry to the collection with his extravagant and outrageous Roma — a spectacle-filled ode to Italy's capital city that the director called "the most wonderful movie set in the world." We're also thrilled to … More
Get ready to settle in this November with Criterion's exciting lineup of releases. Paul Thomas Anderson makes his long-awaited debut in the collection with a director-approved edition of his delightfully eccentric and endearing Punch-Drunk Love, the Cannes-award-winning romantic comedy starring Adam Sandler in his first, and extraordinary, dramatic role. Speaking of firsts, Marlon Brando's singular … More
Guillermo del Toro is at the center of the Criterion Collection October slate, which features a new stand-alone edition of the haunting, Oscar-winning fantasy epic Pan's Labyrinth as well as a set-available in both a DVD edition and a sumptuously designed Blu-ray box that includes a deluxe hardcover book-collecting the writer-director's trilogy of fabulist Spanish-language … More
The Criterion Collection September 2016 New Releases This September, Criterion will welcome a 10-part Polish epic, a supernatural noir, two cult classics, a Mizoguchi masterpiece, and the Coen brothers’ debut feature. All that plus a Blu-ray upgrade of Night Train to Munich and a stand-alone Blu-ray release of the Zatoichi box set.