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The 20 Best Black-and-White Movies of the Last 20 Years

21 July 2016 11:09 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Once the default mode, black and white has now become a bold statement of artistic intention. What that intention is, however, seems to be a little bit different for all of the recent films that have made the most of it. Often, monochrome is used as a pipeline to the past — in “Good Night, and Good Luck,” a lack of color not only speaks to how history remembers Edward R. Murrow, it also conjures the imagery of his television news broadcasts. Michael Haneke’s “The White Ribbon” similarly uses the technique to take us back in time, but is less about recreating an era than it is about establishing a chokehold of fatalistic austerity.

“The Man Who Wasn’t There” is another period piece, but the lack of color in the Coen brothers’ film — which was shot in color and then bled dry — assumes a moral quality, making Billy Bob Thornton »

- Anne Thompson, David Ehrlich, Liz Shannon Miller, Steve Greene, Sarah Colvin, Chris O'Falt, Kate Halliwell, Kyle Kizu and Zack Sharf

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Piff 39: Five Films Criterion Collection Fans Should See at the Portland International Film Festival

10 February 2016 9:10 PM, PST | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

Tomorrow night, the Northwest Film Center kicks off their 39th annual Portland International Film Festival. They’ll be screening Klaus Härö’s The Fencer as the opening night film (unfortunately the screenings are sold out, but there will be an additional showing on Sunday the 14th).  Over the course of the next sixteen days there will be over 90 feature films shown around town at various theaters.

This is one of my favorite festivals that I’ve had the privilege of attending, and I cannot wait to see a some of the films that they have programmed.

As usual, we here at the site will be covering a number of the films throughout the festival, but I wanted to make sure that any local Criterion Collection fans were alerted to some of the treats that we have in store. While there are many films at the festival that will align with »

- Ryan Gallagher

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Criterion Close-Up 27 – Canadian Close-Up

5 February 2016 12:30 PM, PST | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

Mark and Aaron take a trip north to the wonderful world of Canada. This is a special, unscheduled episode to celebrate the O’ Canada Blogathon. We talk about all things Canadian, including our Canadian Connections, film and media culture from Canada, and two particular films from The Criterion Collection — Videodrome and My Winnipeg.

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0:00 – Introduction to Canadian Close-Up

2:10 – Canadian Connections

9:30 – O’ Canada Blogathon

15:30 – Celebrating Canadian Culture

29:20 – Videodrome

50:10 – My Winnipeg

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Next time on the podcast: Fat Girl »

- Aaron West

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Toronto critics hail 'The Forbidden Room'

4 January 2016 6:57 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Guy Maddin and Evan Johnson will share the C$100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award following the critics group’s gala dinner on January 5.

The Toronto Film Critics Association presented C$5,000 runner-up prizes from Rogers Communications to Philippe Falardeau’s My Internship In Canada and Andrew Cividino’s Sleeping Giant.

This marks Maddin’s second win of the Toronto Film Critics Association’s top Canadian prize after he won for My Winnipeg in 2008.

“At its best, Canadian cinema is notorious for stunning the world with outlandish originality,” said Tfca president Brian D Johnson. “And that’s what Guy Maddin and Evan Johnson have done with The Forbidden Room.

“Their film is a tour de force. The stellar casting, the visual wit, the narrative gymnastics — this is a cinematic cirque that leaves us amazed that it could even exist.”

Guy Maddin won our inaugural Rogers Best Canadian Film Award with My Winnipeg,” said Phil Lind »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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