Open Culture has a list of Akira Kurosawa’s favorite films. Well, at least 100 of them. (There are probably more).
Our friends at The Projection Booth watch Yojimbo and discuss it, Fistful of Dollars, Red Harvest and so much more!
Previously on Cahiers du Cannon, Guest Star Jessica Ritchey wrote about Castaway (1986) and Street Smart (1987). One of the queasier aspects of life in the early 21st century is the internet’s ability to annoint a hero and tear them to pieces minutes later. Someone is found to […]
Every Frame A Painting returns to analysis of Akira Kurosawa’s work.
Tony Zhou looks at “The Geometry of a Scene” in Akira Kurosawa’s The Bad Sleep Well and Domus looks at Stanley Kubrick’s use of one-point perspective. (Make sure to watch Tony Zhou’s other video essays in his Every Frame A Painting series).
This week Trailers from Hell celebrates the films of Akira Kurosawa. First up, director Brian Trenchard-Smith discusses Rashomon (1950) in just over the time it takes to play the trailer.