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Twitter Web App : Since then, Morris has continued to tackle stories both big (the Oscar-winning THE FOG OF WAR) and charmingly small (FAST, CHEAP & OUT OF CONTROL), bringing the same idiosyncratic perspective and philosophical insight to whatever subject piques his ever-restless curiosity.

Twitter Web App : Establishing his offbeat vision immediately with his first two documentaries GATES OF HEAVEN & VERNON, FLORIDA, he went on to redefine the possibilities of nonfiction filmmaking with THE THIN BLUE LINE, a gripping account of miscarried justice told with the verve of a film noir.

Twitter Web App : Perhaps no filmmaker has shaped the art of contemporary documentary storytelling more than director Errol Morris. This retrospective, now on the Channel, showcases highlights from his pioneering body of work, alongside illuminating archival interviews. criterionchannel.com/directed-by-er…

iPhone : THE CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE is “about an imaginative young child punished for the beauty, delicacy, and poignancy of her melancholy reveries. Val Lewton, who produced the film, was like her.”

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Twitter Web App : Then we’re whisked away to seventeenth-century France, where demonic possession and sexual frenzy run riot in a nunnery in Ken Russell’s THE DEVILS (1971), a massively controversial heathen freak-out banned around the world for its searing sacrilegious imagery.

Twitter Web App : High up in the Himalayas, the sisters of an Anglican convent get hot under their habits as they try to resist earthly temptations in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s feverish Technicolor hallucination BLACK NARCISSUS (1947). pic.twitter.com/ggEtq6ndhH

Twitter Web App : Nunsploitation meets the art house in this weeks Double Feature: two delirious tales of repressed sexuality, madness, and mass hysteria from visionary iconoclasts of the British cinema. criterionchannel.com/bad-habits

Twitter Web App : You can watch this on the Channel with a commentary, recorded in 1996, featuring Jim Jarmusch and Richard Edson! 🖤 twitter.com/Criterion/stat…

Twitter Web App : For his debut, Christopher Nolan fashioned a low-budget, 16mm black-and-white neonoir with precision and cunning. FOLLOWING (1999) is a mind-bending psychological journey that shows the remarkable beginnings of one of todays most acclaimed filmmakers.
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Twitter Web App : Lucrecia Martels LA CIÉNAGA (2001) heralded the arrival of an astonishingly vital and original voice in Argentine cinema. Watch our edition of the film now, featuring a program in which Martel examines her inspirations and approach to cinema, and more! criterionchannel.com/la-cienaga

Twitter Web App : THE COWARD (1965) is among Satyajit Ray’s “most graceful, most musical films,” writes Terrence Rafferty: criterion.com/current/posts/…

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Twitter Web App : Terrence Rafferty dives into how Satyajit Ray's short feature THE COWARD (1965) explores the futility of words and the power of a look.

The film is both available on Criterion Channel to watch now and included on our edition of Ray's THE BIG CITY.

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Twitter Web App : Lucrecia Martels LA CIÉNAGA (2001) heralded the arrival of an astonishingly vital and original voice in Argentine cinema. Watch our edition of the film now, featuring a program in which Martel examines her inspirations and approach to cinema, and more! criterionchannel.com/la-cienaga

Twitter Web App : Jacques Tourneur was a master craftsman whose shadowy visual palette served him well in a number of genres, and whose staunch humanism often shone through the B-movie material he worked with. criterionchannel.com/three-by-jacqu…