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4K Review: Criterion's Sublime, Horrifying THE PIANO

The Piano is a difficult and amazing film. It asks viewers to fully invest in the images, sounds, in its nuances, subtext, foreshadowing, and provocations. It’s not a difficult film to understand on its most surface level, but it is...

Dallas Critics Pick THE POWER OF THE DOG as Best Film

Jane Campion's Power of the Dog has been picked as Best Picture of the Year by the Dallas-Forth Worth Film Critics Association. Benedict Cumberbatch and Kodi Smit-McPhee were honored for their fine performances in the film, as was director Jane...

Review: THE POWER OF THE DOG Simmers with Anger, Love, and Jealousy on the Waning Frontier

Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, and Jesse Plemons star in Jane Campion's Montana-set Western.

Coming Soon on Criterion: THE PIANO, TIME and THE CELEBRATION Ring In New Year

Also slated for release in January 2022 from The Criterion Collection: 'Dick Johnson Is Dead,' 'A Hard Day's Night.'

Dafoe, Coppola and Refn to join Campion on Cannes 2014 Jury

With the festival a little more than two weeks away, Cannes has announced the remaining eight members of the jury. This year's jury president, Jane Campion, will be joined by Carole Bouquet, Sofia Coppola, Leila Hatami, Jeon Do-yeon, Willem Dafoe,...

Review: TOP OF THE LAKE Mixes Dark Mythology With Modern Trauma

Jane Campion's television miniseries Top of the Lake (which played at Sundance and has aired in Australia, New Zealand, the US and the UK), co-created with Gerard Lee, is a dark mystery, one which uses the landscape of New Zealand...