Rightwing Film Geek

Top 10 this year

1. ACT OF KILLING (Joshua Oppenheimer et al, Denmark/Indonesia)
2. THE WORLD’S END (Edgar Wright, Britain)
3. BEFORE MIDNIGHT (Richard Linklater, USA)
4. WOLF OF WALL STREET (Martin Scorsese, USA)
5. YOU AIN’T SEEN NOTHING YET (Alain Resnais, France)
6. GRAVITY (Alfonso Cuaron, USA)
7. LET THE FIRE BURN (Jason Osder, USA)
8. THE PAST (Asghar Farhadi, France)
9. ALL IS LOST (JC Chandor, USA)
10. BEYOND THE HILLS (Cristian Mungiu, Romania)

Runners-up
English:
STOKER (Park Chan-wook, USA); FRANCES HA (Noah Baumbach, USA); 12 YEARS A SLAVE (Steve McQueen, USA); THE UNSPEAKABLE ACT (Dan Sallitt, USA)

Foreign:
NO (Pablo Larrain, Chile); HANNAH ARENDT (Margarethe Von Trotta, Germany); BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR (Abdellatif Kechiche, France); MUSEUM HOURS (Jem Cohen, USA/Austria); FILL THE VOID (Rama Burshtein, Israel); IN THE HOUSE (Francois Ozon, France); REALITY (Matteo Garrone, Italy)

Documentary:
AT BERKELEY (Frederick Wiseman, USA)

8-10-grade films from last two years without a distribution date AFAIK:

10 grades
EVERYBODY IN OUR FAMILY (Radu Jude, Romania)

9 grades
EAT SLEEP DIE (Gabriela Pilcher, Sweden)

8 grades
PLAY (Ruben Ostlund, Sweden), ERNEST AND CELESTINE (Benjamin Renner, Vincent Patar and Stephane Aubier, Belgium), BEATS BEING DEAD (Christian Petzold, Germany)

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