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Three Colors: Red (1994) Poster

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References 

Dekalog: Dekalog, dziewiec (1989) (TV Episode)
Van den Budenmayer (made-up composer) music performed in music store and elsewhere
Dead Poets Society (1989)
referred to by title during a phone conversation
The Double Life of Véronique (1991)
Van den Budenmayer (made-up composer) music performed in music store and elsewhere

Referenced in 

At the Movies: Getting Even with Dad/Fear of a Black Hat/Wolf/White (1994) (TV Episode)
Referenced during the "White" review.
At the Movies: Just Cause/Billy Madison/The Brady Bunch Movie/Mr. Payback (1995) (TV Episode)
Referenced during the segment on the Academy Award nominations.
The 67th Annual Academy Awards (1995) (TV Special)
Nomination presentation
Blood Slaves of the Vampire Wolf (1996)
Poster displayed at Cinema Collectors store.
Magnolia (1999)
Bruiser: Nutty Puppet Mayhem (2000) (TV Episode)
The waiter asks the French woman whether she'd like red or white wine, she replies "Three colours red, three colours white, it's all choices. And films, with me in them."
Wielkie rzeczy: Gra (2000) (TV Movie)
The protagonist wins a TV contest, in which the question is: What is the colour of the only Oscar-nominated part of Kieslowski's Three Colours trilogy?
Amélie (2001)
The 100 Greatest Films (2001) (TV Movie)
Referenced by name
Pirated Copy (2004)
A shopkeeper recommends the DVD to her customer.
The Holiday (2006)
DVD is shown in a video store ("Red").
Brief Film Reviews: My DVD/Blu-Ray Collection (2010) (TV Episode)
DVD cover shown.
Elsewhere (2011) (Short)
Cath throws the Three Colors trilogy on VHS into a burning wastebin.
Rewind This! (2013)
DVD and video case are shown.
Community: Heroic Origins (2013) (TV Episode)
Britta says, "So, you're saying we're all connected, like the classic French film trilogy 'Bleu,' 'Blanc,' 'Rouge'?"
Blackhat (2015)
The beginning has strong conceptual similarities to the beginning of "Blackhat": Krzysztof Kieslowski's film (1994) showed in a visual, partially animated sequence how human beings were connected by phone cables in the analog age, while Michael Mann's film (2015) shows in 2 similar sequences how we are now connected by the internet and fiber optic cables in the digital age. Both films feature 'surveillance' as a subject: In Kieslowski's film a deviant judge is listening to the private phone calls of his neighbours, while in Mann's film surveillance has become a global norm.
Autumn Lights (2016)
Homage
Gook (2017)
Cited by Justin Chon as a main influence.

Featured in 

At the Movies: Memo to the Academy - 1995 (1995) (TV Episode)
Clips are shown.
The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards (1995) (TV Special)
clips
At the Movies: Executive Decision/Ed/Two Much/The Star Maker/Land and Freedom (1996) (TV Episode)
One of the Video Picks of the Week.
At the Movies: Best of the '90s (2000) (TV Episode)
#5 on Ebert's list.
People Die (2001) (Short)
Movie poster of Kieslowski's Red can be seen in shot.
The 100 Greatest Films (2001) (TV Movie)
Clips are shown
1,001 Movies You Must See (Before You Die) (2014) (Short)
Clip is presented

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