Criterion Collection

Our favorite videos on every Criterion release in the 8hours collection
Carlos Reygadas on Storyboarding and Scripting JAPÓN
By criterioncollection
The Man Who Knew Too Much - Restoration Demonstration
By criterioncollection
Essential Films: 8 1/2 (1963)
By Essential Films
Under the Influence: Steve James on NASHVILLE
By criterioncollection
Criterion, Criteria | a short vlog
By KyleKallgrenBHH
Peter Cowie on THE MAGIC FLUTE
By criterioncollection
Dead Man Analysis - Why is William Blake in Purgatory?
By Subtext and Symbolism
Boyhood: How To Write a Passive Protagonist | Stories As Lessons
By Nolan Dean
First Fassbinder
By Matthew Cheney
Fantastic Films: Hausu and Embracing Cinematic Artifice
By Fool Fantastic
Charles Burnett, Danny Glover, and Sheryl Lee Ralph on TO SLEEP WITH ANGER
By criterioncollection
The Color of Pomegranates: A Failed Video Essay
By KyleKallgrenBHH
Throne of Blood: Noh Shakespeare, No Problems! - Summer of Shakespeare
By KyleKallgrenBHH
Ran: The Shakespearean Apocalypse – Summer of Shakespeare Fan Pick #4
By KyleKallgrenBHH
How Ingmar Bergman Uses Imagery in “The Virgin Spring” (1960)
By LA CINEASTE
Staff Pick
The Significance of Silence in Cinema
By LA CINEASTE
Male Gaze Theory in “Woman in the Dunes” (1964)
By LA CINEASTE
Notes on Nostalgia – American Graffiti / Dazed and Confused
By Film Qualia
Editing Don’t Look Now
By criterioncollection
What The Coen Brother's First Film Teaches Us About Their Style - Blood Simple
By Thomas Flight
The Face of Another - Videography and Identity | Cinema Cartography
By Cinema Cartography
Opening Movements in Ophuls: Caught (and Madame de…)
By John Gibbs
Cameraperson to Person: A Video Essay
By Connor Bateman
Denarration in Michael Haneke’s funny FUNNY games GAMES
By Miklos Kiss
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Paradox
By BREADSWORD
Being John Malkovich: The Cinematic Experience
By Moss Arts
Mishima – Schrader's Greatest Lonely Man
By Film Qualia
Persona - The hopeless dream of Being | Cinema Cartography
By Cinema Cartography
184. How Carl Dreyer Created a Cinematic Uncanny
By Kevin B. Lee
Acting in MIKEY AND NICKY
By criterioncollection
UN/CONTAINED: A Video Essay on Andrea Arnold’s 2009 Film FISH TANK
By Catherine Grant
3 Brilliant Moments of Blocking (in Kurosawa's High and Low)
By CineFix
Under the Influence: Morgan Neville on F FOR FAKE
By criterioncollection
M: Poisoned by Evil - Cinema Cartography
By Cinema Cartography
Opening Choices- Notorious
By John Gibbs
Yojimbo - The Dog
By Georg Rockall-Schmidt
What I Learned From Watching: Breathless
By CinemaTyler
What Terrence Malick's First Film Teaches Us About His Style
By Thomas Flight
Quiet Cinematography - Floating Weeds
By The Royal Ocean Film Society
The Remaker: The Manchurian Candidate 1962 vs. 2004
By Alternating Line
Robocop - Exploring an Action Masterpiece
By Rossatron
American (Fever) Dream: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
By Film Radar
The Remaker: Robocop (1987) vs. Robocop (2014)
By Alternating Line
What's So Hot About Some Like It Hot
By The Take by ScreenPrism
Why Night of the Living Dead Matters
By Eyebrow Cinema
McCabe & Mrs. Miller: A Video Essay
By Steven Santos
How Brazil Got Its Sci-Fi Dystopia Right
By Georg Rockall-Schmidt
On the Waterfront - Aspect Ratio Visual Essay
By criterioncollection
The Films of Steven Soderbergh :: Sex, Lies and Videotape
By Hello Wizard
Expressionism in The Night of the Hunter
By Vaughan Supple
The Virgin Suicides - Renegade Cut
By Renegade Cut
The Graduate and the Perpetuation of Loneliness
By Eyebrow Cinema
Antichrist - Renegade Cut
By Renegade Cut
Breaking the Waves - Film Essay
By Sam Davies
The Seventh Seal - Renegade Cut
By Renegade Cut
Ikiru (1952) The Human Spirit | Film Analysis
By Thomas Pollock
Michael Mann’s THIEF (1981)
By Omar Ahmed
Godzilla – The Soul of Japan
By kaptainkristian
The Great Dictator: The End of Silence - Brows Held High
By KyleKallgrenBHH
Why Valley of the Dolls Became a Surprise Classic
By The Take by ScreenPrism
What Is the Mind? - Being John Malkovich | Renegade Cut
By Renegade Cut
1940: Rebecca - Hitchcock's obsessions... Love, Violence and the Psycho-sexual
By One Hundred Years of Cinema
Staff Pick
PlayTime- Controlled Chaos
By The Royal Ocean Film Society
1934: It Happened One Night - Defining The Screwball Comedy
By One Hundred Years of Cinema
Anatomy of a Gag: BEING THERE
By criterioncollection
Bicycle Thieves - Renegade Cut
By Renegade Cut
How Antonioni Uses Locations
By The Discarded Image
What Color Means in “Paris, Texas”
By Vaughan Supple
Stalker | Sculpting in Sound
By Alpha-Alpaca-Pack
Seven Samurai - Drama Through Action
By Channel Criswell
The Winkie's Diner Scene in Mulholland Dr.
By Anna Catley
Constructive Editing in Robert Bresson’s Pickpocket
By David Bordwell
Elliptical Editing in Vagabond - Film Art
By criterioncollection
The Third Man - The Editing Of…
By Love of Film
'Fire Walk With Me’ Soundtrack Analyzed - Score UnCovered
By Old Tin Man
BLUE VELVET | How the Darkness Mirrors the Light
By MUST SEE FILMS
Eraserhead- Exploring Nowhere
By Colin Earner
Paul Thomas Anderson | Visual Literacy
By Entertain The Elk
How Akira Kurosawa Framed Rashômon
By Mr Nerdista
In The Mood For Love: Frames Within Frames
By Nerdwriter1
Inside Llewyn Davis: Four Reasons to Watch It Again
By Lanny Boyer
The Bad Sleep Well (1960) - The Geometry of a Scene
By Tony Zhou
Blood Simple: It's The Same Old Postmodernism | Film Analysis
By Take Me To Your Cinema
Breathless: How World War II Changed Cinema
By Nerdwriter1
Essential Films: The 400 Blows (1959)
By Essential Films
The Thin Blue Line – Finding Truth in Lies
By Tyler Mowery
Staff Pick
Wong Kar Wai's Chungking Express - Speed and Time
By A Void In Frame
All 15 Split Diopter Shots in BLOW OUT
By Vashi Nedomansky
Hard Boiled - Break Down: Action Film Analysis
By Rossatron
Barry Lyndon (1975) - The Use of the Zoom Shot
By Marta Ruggeri
1928: The Powerful Psychology of the Close Up
By One Hundred Years of Cinema
Solaris | The Mirror of a Mirror
By Renegade Cut
The Before Trilogy- How to Have a Conversation
By The Royal Ocean Film Society
1939: Stagecoach - How John Ford saved the Western
By One Hundred Years of Cinema
Camera Angles Movement: Rules of the Game, by Jean Renoir
By wolfcrow
3 Women Analysis: What Do The Pool People Mean?
By Film Formula
The Tree of Life | Crafting an Existential Masterpiece
By Like Stories of Old
The Bergman Trilogy - Renegade Cut
By Renegade Cut
Andrei Rublev - Sin, Belief and Reward | Renegade Cut
By Renegade Cut
Dogma & Theology - Life of Brian | Renegade Cut
By Renegade Cut
Videodrome - Renegade Cut
By Renegade Cut
Le Samouraï - A World Without Humanity
By Jack's Movie Reviews
How Fritz Lang Trolled the Nazis
By CinemaTyler
Hunger: The Power of Nonverbal Communication
By American Night
Y Tu Mamá También: Narrating Identities
By We Need to Talk About Film
The Last Temptation of Christ - Renegade Cut
By Renegade Cut
THE GAME: David Fincher & The Lonely Protagonist
By Mr Nerdista
Rosemary's Baby Explained: Realism & Control
By The Take by ScreenPrism
How To Terrify The Audience
By The Closer Look
Spartacus – Renegade Cut
By Renegade Cut
The Killing (Kubrick) vs. The Asphalt Jungle (Huston): Side by Side
By Lost In The Movies
Do The Right Thing – Turn Up the Heat
By The Royal Ocean Film Society
Pan's Labyrinth: Disobedient Fairy Tale
By Nerdwriter1
Fantastic Mr. Fox - Wes Anderson's Worldbuilding
By Jack's Movie Reviews
The Princess Bride – The Importance of Good Worldbuilding
By Jack's Movie Reviews
Is FRANCES HA (2012) The Most Relatable Film... Ever? - A Video Essay
By iamthatroby
Who Has the Power?
By Jennine Lanouette
La Haine - So Far, So Good...
By Channel Criswell
Insomnia - Moral Compromise
By Cinecrest Studios
Scorsese’s The Age of Innocence: An Analysis
By Is This Just Fantasy?
Screenplay Formula: Three Colors: Blue
By Film Formula
What Wes Anderson's First Film Teaches Us About His Style | Bottle Rocket
By Thomas Flight
Moonrise Kingdom: The Power of Rituals
By Storytellers
The Darjeeling Limited: How Brothers Communicate
By Nerdwriter1
THE WES ANDERSON COLLECTION CHAPTER 3: THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS
By RogerEbert.com
Rushmore: Portrait of Wes Anderson as a Young Man
By The Take by ScreenPrism