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    Criticwire Survey: Criterion's Best Discs

    Critics pick the legendary home-video producer's most important releases, in honor of the death of the company's co-founder.

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    The Dramatic Story Behind Satyajit Ray's 50s Masterpiece 'The Apu Trilogy'

    It took a village to restore a masterpiece many thought destroyed. It comes to BAMCinématek this week.

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    This Week In Home Video: 'Slow West,' 'Maggie,' and More

    Also, two versions of "The Killers" from Criterion, and Christopher Reeve and Morgan Freeman in "Street Smart".

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    See Criterion's Wondrous New 'Moonrise Kingdom' Cover Art

    The Criterion Collection's Blu-ray edition of Wes Anderson's Oscar-nominated adventure hits shelves September 22.

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    Janus Catches Takashi Murakami's Very Weird and Wondrous 'Jellyfish Eyes'

    Janus Films has inked a July 15 day-and-date release for visual artist's Murakami's feature film, which has been playing museums exclusively for over a year.

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    'Heaven Knows What' Directors Josh and Benny Safdie Pick Their Top 10 Criterion Films

    The sibling filmmakers behind vérité drug drama 'Heaven Knows What' name their 10 favorite Criterion Collection titles.

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    It Looks Like David Lynch's 'Mulholland Drive' Is Indeed Coming to Criterion

    The Criterion Collection teases the long-awaited release of Lynch's 2001 masterpiece in its latest newsletter.

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    Errol Morris and the Expansion of the American Documentary

    Errol Morris’ innovations have been absorbed so thoroughly into the documentary mainstream that it’s easy to forget how controversial they once were.

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    Ingmar Bergman's 'Cries and Whispers' Endures on Criterion Blu-ray (Video)

    The crimson colors and lapidary precision of Bergman's 1972 classic are alive and well on the new Criterion release.

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