Paul Schrader

New on Video: ‘Sullivan’s Travels’

It’s little wonder “Sullivan’s Travels” came in at number 61 on the American Film Institute’s 2007 list of the top 100 motion pictures. This is a great, great film.

New on Video: ‘Pickpocket’

Bresson directed a number of films that could be considered his greatest, and while Au Hasard Balthazar (1966) puts up the strongest fight, a good case could be made for Pickpocket, from 1959, as the inimitable filmmaker’s finest achievement.

New on Video: ‘Persona’

“Persona” is a supreme blend of ambiguity and stylistic flourish. It’s a film that rewards multiple viewings for the depth of character psychology and narrative discovery, and also for its astonishing beauty.

New on Video: ‘Tokyo Story’ arrives on an exquisite Blu-ray via Criterion

December 12 marks 110 years since the birth of the great Japanese master Yasujiro Ozu (and 50 years to the date since his death). So what better way to commemorate the occasion than to revisit what is widely seen as his masterpiece among masterpieces, Tokyo Story, out now on a 3-disc dual format Blu-ray/DVD from The Criterion Collection?

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