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  1. The Damned (1969) Directed by Luchino Visconti Country: Italy, West Germany Duration: 157 minutes Language: German, English Spine #1098 DVD BONUS FEATURES Alternate Italian-language soundtrack Interview from 1970 with director Luchino Visconti about the film Archival interviews with actors Helmut Berger, Ingrid Thulin, and Charlotte Rampling Visconti: Man of Two Worlds, a 1969 behind-the-scenes documentary New interview with scholar Stefano Albertini about the sexual politics of the film
  2. Love & Basketball (2000) Directed by Gina Pryce-Bythewood Country: United States Duration: 125 minutes Language: English Spine #1097 DVD BONUS FEATURES Audio commentary from 2000 featuring Prince-Bythewood and actor Sanaa Lathan Playing for Your Heart, a new making-of documentary featuring Prince-Bythewood, Lathan, actors Omar Epps and Alfre Woodard, Reggie Rock Bythewood, and basketball adviser Colleen Matsuhara Editing “Love & Basketball,” a new program featuring Prince-Bythewood and editor Terilyn A. Shropshire New conversation on th
  3. Melvin Van Peebles: Four Films Films Included In This Set: The Story of a Three Day Pass (1967) Directed by Melvin Van Peebles Country: United States Duration: 86 minutes Language: English, French Spine #1093 Watermelon Man (1970) Directed by Melvin Van Peebles Country: United States Duration: 100 minutes Language: English Spine #1094 Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song (1971) Directed by Melvin Van Peebles Country: United States Duration: 97 minutes Language: English Spine #1095
  4. Throw Down (2004) Directed by Johnnie To Country: Hong Kong Duration: 95 minutes Language: Cantonese Spine #1092 DVD SPECIAL FEATURES Interview from 2004 with director Johnnie To New interviews with coscreenwriter Yau Nai-hoi, composer Peter Kam, and film scholars David Bordwell and Caroline Guo Short making-of documentary from 2004 featuring To and actors Louis Koo, Aaron Kwok, Cherrie Ying, and Tony Leung Ka-fai Trailer
  5. Golden Arm with Maureen Bharoocha and Lucia Aniello (Ep. 305) Director Maureen Bharoocha discusses her new film, Golden Arm, with fellow director Lucia Aniello in a spoiler-filled Q&A at the DGA theater. The film tells the story of Melanie, a nice girl baker who must trade whisks for barbells after her best friend Danny ropes her into taking her spot at the National Ladies Arm Wrestling Championship.
  6. Guest Programmer: Andrew McCarthy Actor, writer and director Andrew McCarthy joins host Dave Karger for a special night as a guest programmer where McCarthy will discuss some of his favorite movies. Best known for the so-called Brat Pack movies of the 1980s, McCarthy has since forged a successful career behind the camera on such shows as Orange Is the New Black and as an award-winning travel writer while continuing to appear in film and television roles. The evening starts with the film Charles Chaplin called “the greatest movie ever made about America.” Based on Theodore Dreiser’s 1
  7. Rachel Kushner is the author of the novels The Mars Room, The Flamethrowers, and Telex from Cuba. Her new book, The Hard Crowd: Essays 2000–2020, was published by Scribner this spring. https://www.criterion.com/current/top-10-lists/385-rachel-kushner-s-top-10
  8. Son of avant-garde filmmaker Ken Jacobs, Azazel Jacobs was raised in lower Manhattan surrounded by artists. He received his bachelor’s degree in film from SUNY Purchase and his master’s from the American Film Institute. His credits include The Good Times Kid (2005), Momma’s Man (2008), Terri (2011), The Lovers (2018), and French Exit (2020), along with both seasons of the television show Doll & Em (2014, 2015). https://www.criterion.com/current/top-10-lists/384-azazel-jacobs-s-top-10
  9. Lili Horvát was born in 1982 and grew up in Budapest. She studied audiovisual arts at the Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris and film directing at the University of Theatre and Film in Budapest. The Wednesday Child, Lili’s first feature, won the East of the West competition at Karlovy Vary 2015 and received numerous awards worldwide. In 2016, Lili cofounded the production company Poste Restante, which produced her second feature, Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Period of Time. https://www.criterion.com/current/top-10-lists/382-lili-horv-t-s-top-10
  10. Beasts of No Nation (2015) Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga Country: United States Duration: 136 minutes Language: English Spine #1091 DVD BONUS FEATURES New audio commentary featuring Fukunaga and first assistant director Jon Mallard Two new documentaries on the development and making of the film, featuring interviews with Fukunaga; author Uzodinma Iweala; actors Idris Elba and Abraham Attah; and producers Amy Kaufman, Daniela Taplin Lundberg, and Riva Marker New conversation between Fukunaga and producer and cultural commentator Franklin Leonard
  11. Original Cast Album: "Company" (1970) Directed by D.A. Pennebaker Country: United States Duration: 53 minutes Language: English Spine #1090 DVD BONUS FEATURES New audio commentary by composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim Audio commentary from 2001 featuring director D. A. Pennebaker, actor Elaine Stritch, and Broadway producer Harold Prince New conversation among Sondheim, orchestrator Jonathan Tunick, and critic Frank Rich New interview with Tunick on the art of orchestrating, conducted by author Ted Chapin Never-before-heard audio excerpts
  12. After Life (1998) Directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda Country: Japan Duration: 119 minutes Language: Japanese Spine #1089 DVD BONUS FEATURES Audio commentary featuring film scholar Linda Ehrlich New interviews with Kore-eda, stills photographer–cinematographer Masayoshi Sukita, and cinematographer Yutaka Yamazaki Deleted scenes Trailer
  13. Meet The Nominees Theatrical Feature Film Symposium 2021 - Part 3 of 3 (Ep. 304) Listen to Chloé Zhao, Lee Isaac Chung, Emerald Fennell, David Fincher, and Aaron Sorkin continue their conversation with moderator Jeremy Kagan for the 30th Annual DGA Meet the Nominees: Theatrical Feature Film Symposium on their nominated films. Part three wraps up the discussion as the nominees talk about working with assistant directors, the last images of their film, and how they handle pressure.
  14. Meet the Nominees Theatrical Feature Film Symposium 2021 - Part 2 of 3 (Ep. 303) Listen to Chloé Zhao, Lee Isaac Chung, Emerald Fennell, David Fincher, and Aaron Sorkin continue their conversation with moderator Jeremy Kagan for the 30th Annual DGA Meet the Nominees: Theatrical Feature Film Symposium on their nominated films. Part two finds the nominees discussing actors: tailoring the right approach to an actor’s working style, the importance of establishing confidence in their key collaborators, and readjusting performance to fit the film.
  15. Guest Programmer: Frank Langella The Oscar-nominated star of Frost/Nixon (2008), who recently won a Screen Actors Guild Award as part of the ensemble cast of The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020), takes over as TCM programmer Thursday, May 27, to present three of his all-time favorite films. In a career spanning almost 60 years, Langella has played everything from Dracula (on Broadway and in the 1979 film version) to King Lear (at the UK’s Chichester Festival Theatre and the Brooklyn Academy of Music). He made his Broadway debut in Yerma at Lincoln Center, starring Gloria Foster, and he went
  16. Meet the Nominees Theatrical Feature Film Symposium 2021 - Part 1 of 3 (Ep. 302) Chloé Zhao, Lee Isaac Chung, Emerald Fennell, David Fincher, and Aaron Sorkin engage in a conversation with moderator Jeremy Kagan for the 30th Annual DGA Meet the Nominees: Theatrical Feature Film Symposium on their nominated films. Part one finds the nominees discussing advice they've gotten from other directors, how they prepare for the first day on a shoot, and where they like to position themselves on set.
  17. I Carry You With Me with Director Heidi Ewing and Rodrigo Garcia (Ep. 301) Director Heidi Ewing discusses her new film, I Carry You with Me, with fellow director Rodrigo García in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film tells the story of Iván, a young aspiring chef in Mexico who is working to support the mother of his child. Iván begins an affair with a handsome teacher, who unlike Iván is out as a gay man. After their relationship comes to light, Iván makes the painful decision to cross the border to advance his culinary career, promising his son and newfound love he will return.
  18. The High Note with Director Nisha Ganatra and Laura Terruso (Ep. 300) Director Nisha Gantra discusses her new film, The High Note, with fellow director Laura Terruso in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film tells the story of Maggie, the overworked personal assistant to superstar singer Grace Davis. When Grace's manager presents her with a choice that could alter the course of her career, Maggie and Grace come up with a plan that could change both of their lives forever.
  19. La piscine (1969) Directed by Jacques Deray Country: France Duration: 122 minutes Language: French Spine #1088 DVD BONUS FEATURES The Swimming Pool: “First Love Never Dies,” the English-language version of the film Fifty Years Later, a 2019 documentary by Agnès Vincent-Deray featuring actors Alain Delon and Jane Birkin, screenwriter Jean-Claude Carrière, and novelist Jean-Emmanuel Conil New interview with scholar Nick Rees-Roberts on the film’s cinematic and aesthetic legacy Archival footage featuring Delon, Birkin, actors Romy Schneider and Ma
  20. Working Girls (1986) Directed by Lizzie Borden Country: United States Duration: 94 minutes Language: English Spine #1087 DVD BONUS FEATURES Audio commentary from 2007 featuring Borden, director of photography Judy Irola, and actor Amanda Goodwin New conversation between Borden and filmmaker Bette Gordon New conversation with actors Louise Smith and Amanda Goodwin, producer Andi Gladstone, and first assistant director Vicky Funari New conversation with sex workers Antonia Crane, Daphne Von Rey, Selena the Stripper, and Jo Weldon
  21. Deep Cover (1992) Directed by Bill Duke Country: United States Duration: 107 minutes Language: English Spine #1086 DVD BONUS FEATURES New interview with director Bill Duke New conversation between film scholars Racquel J. Gates and Michael B. Gillespie about Deep Cover’s place within both the Black film boom of the early 1990s and the noir genre New conversation between scholar Claudrena N. Harold and professor, DJ, and podcaster Oliver Wang about the film’s title track and its importance to the history of hip-hop Panel discussion from 2018 fea
  22. Bringing Up Baby (1938) Directed by Howard Hawks Country: United States Duration: 102 minutes Language: English Spine #1085 DVD BONUS FEATURES Audio commentary from 2005 featuring filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich New video essay on actor Cary Grant by author Scott Eyman New interview about cinematographer Russell Metty with cinematographer John Bailey New interview with film scholar Craig Barron on special-effects pioneer Linwood Dunn New selected-scene commentary about costume designer Howard Greer with costume historian Shelly Foote Howa
  23. Mirror (1975) Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky Country: Russia Duration: 106 minutes Language: Russian Spine #1084 DVD BONUS FEATURES Andrei Tarkovsky: A Cinema Prayer, a 2019 documentary about the director by his son Andrei A. Tarkovsky The Dream in the Mirror, a new documentary by Louise Milne and Seán Martin New interview with composer Eduard Artemyev Islands: Georgy Rerberg, a 2007 documentary about the cinematographer Archival interviews with Tarkovsky and screenwriter Alexander Misharin
  24. Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar with Director Josh Greenbaum and Guillermo Del Toro (Ep. 299‪)‬ Director Josh Greenbaum discusses his new film, Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar, with fellow director Guillermo del Toro in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film tells the story of best friends Barb and Star, who leave their small Midwestern town for the first time to vacation in Vista Del Mar, Florida and soon find themselves tangled up in adventure, love, and a villain’s evil plot to murder the entire town.
  25. Our Friend with Director Gabriela Cowperthwaite and Maryam Keshavarz (Ep. 298‪)‬ Director Gabriela Cowperthwaite discusses her new film, Our Friend, with fellow director Maryam Keshavarz in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film tells the inspiring true story of Matt and Nicole Teague, whose lives are upended after Nicole is diagnosed with terminal cancer. As Matt's duties become increasingly overwhelming, the couple's best friend makes a huge sacrifice to stay with his friends and lend a hand.
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