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    Krzysztof Kieślowski's 'The Decalogue' Resurges

    Krzysztof Kieślowski's ten-part, ten-hour masterpiece will screen in full at Lincoln Center's White Light Festival in New York this Fall.

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    Watch: How Roman Polanski Made 'Macbeth' in 1971

    A new Criterion video essay dives into the making of Roman Polanski's controversial 1971 'Macbeth.'

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    8 Restored Images From the Criterion Release of David Lynch's 'Eraserhead'

    At last, on Tuesday September 16, David Lynch's "Eraserhead" gets the Criterion Collection Blu-ray treatment. Included in the set will be Lynch's eerie short films "Six Men Getting Sick," "The Alphabet," "The Grandmother" and more.

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    Why The Beatles Matter to the Future of Repertory Film

    Currently kicking around repertory theaters and on Blu-ray is a new 4K restoration of "A Hard Day's Night" from The Criterion Collection and distributor Janus Films. What does it mean for the future of classic films on the big screen?

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    Bong Joon-ho Checks Into Criterion Collection, Lists 10 Favorite Films (VIDEO)

    "Snowpiercer" director Bong Joon-ho's brainy bunch of ten favorite Criterion Collections titles runs the gamut from the canonical to the obscure to the cultish.

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    'A Hard Day's Night' Hits Hulu Plus: Here's Why You Need to Watch It

    Fifty years after its premiere, "A Hard Day's Night" returned to theaters in a newly restored version -- and now you can watch it on Hulu Plus.

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    DVD Screenings: From Paul Muni To John Wayne

    I’ve been exploring a variety of recent DVD releases, including Howard Hawks’ 'Red River,' Joseph Losey’s 'Stranger on the Prowl,' and a World War II oddity called 'The Boy from Stalingrad.'

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    How Hawks' 1948 Classic 'Red River' Drew a New Map for the Western (NEW CRITERION DVD REVIEW)

    "Funny how different you feel," cattleman Nadine Groot (Walter Brennan) relates near the end of "Red River," "when you know you're going somewheres." He's right, but his is a sojourner's satisfaction, marking the conclusion of a long expedition. For viewers of Howard Hawks' mythic 1948 Western, the ...

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    Cassavetes, Almodovar and Cuaron Top Criterion's Heavenly Late-Summer Lineup

    Mark your calendars, cinephiles. From a rarely seen John Cassavetes masterpiece to an iconic 1970s musical, The Criterion Collection's Summer release lineup couldn't be sweeter.

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