The video from The Petrick was fantastic. Sadly, I thought that the story of The Revenant was intolerable, but the cinematography and acting kept me watching. I definitely thought that it was a "modernized" version of Tarkovskian cinematographic style, but I didn't realize how much was border-line plagiarized from Tarkovsky. By modernized I mean that it utilized camera movement that simply wouldn't have been possible in Tarkovsky's day (steadicam).
When I was still in film school I DPed a short in which we really mimicked Tarkovsky's visual style. We used hand-held very sparingly, and mostly stuck to very slow pan, tilt, dolly, or locked off shots. LINK: https://vimeo.com/9683140
For me, Tarkovsky's cinematographic style is absolutely timeless. I would love to see more cinematographers reviving this style in the age of gimbal overuse.