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Twitter Web Client : Watch our complete edition of Kristen Johnsons CAMERAPERSON (2016), a moving glimpse into one filmmaker’s personal journey and a thoughtful examination of what it means to train a camera on the world. Check it out alongside interviews, shorts, and more: criterionchannel.com/cameraperson

Twitter Web Client : "What he saw around him was too interesting for him to be bothered with repression; he saw Madrid on the verge of a nervous breakdown." Read a new essay by Colm Tóibín on Almodóvar, whose films move between an eternal present and the not-so-distant past. criterion.com/current/posts/…

Twitter Web Client : #HBD, Wong Kar-wai!

“What Jean-Luc Godard did for ‘the generation of Marx and Coca-Cola’ in the mid-1960s, Wong Kar-wai did for restless Hong Kong youth during the anxious decade that preceded the handoff to China.”

Amy Taubin: criterion.com/current/posts/…

Twitter Web Client : Watch our edition of Volker Schlöndorffs THE TIN DRUM (1979), a visionary adaptation of Nobel laureate Günter Grass acclaimed novel, now on the Channel alongside interviews with the cast and crew, archival programs, and more: criterionchannel.com/the-tin-drum

Twitter Web Client : Its a mesmerizing double bill with Al Reinert’s stunning FOR ALL MANKIND, an awe-inspiring record of the moon landing in which footage shot by the astronauts themselves is set to music by Brian Eno to create a sublime reflection on the beauty and wonder of space exploration.

Twitter Web Client : With her smoldering magnetism and fierce intelligence (likened by Patti Smith to “a barbed-wire fence on fire”), French screen siren Jeanne Moreau breathed unforgettable life into some of the most complex women in all of twentieth-century cinema. criterionchannel.com/jeanne-moreau

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Twitter Web Client : This portrait of sound-system culture in 80s South London follows a dancehall DJ (Brinsley Forde, frontman of landmark British reggae group Aswad) as he pursues his musical ambitions, battling against the racism & xenophobia of employers, neighbors, police, & the National Front.

Twitter Web Client : Its Ingmar Bergmans birthday. Some links: For Criterion Collection I wrote and narrated two video-essays on his collaboration with actors. The first is on Bibi Andersson and Liv Ullmann: criterion.com/current/posts/…

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