The Best Films of the 2010s Decade

1. The Tree of LifeTerrence Malick, 2011
2. RomaAlfonso Cuarón, 2018
3. DunkirkChristopher Nolan, 2017
4. The MasterPaul Thomas Anderson, 2012
5. The Turin HorseBéla Tarr, 2011
6. BirdmanAlejandro Iñárritu, 2014
7. La La LandDamien Chazelle, 2016
8. Mad Max: Fury RoadGeorge Miller, 2015
9. The Grand Budapest HotelWes Anderson, 2014
10. Cold War    Paweł Pawlikowski, 2018
Cold War (Paweł Pawlikowski, 2018)
11. The Social NetworkDavid Fincher, 2010
12. The RevenantAlejandro Iñárritu, 2015
13. MoonlightBarry Jenkins, 2016
14. InceptionChristopher Nolan, 2010
15. ParasiteBong Joon-ho, 2019
16. IdaPaweł Pawlikowski, 2013
17. The FavouriteYorgos Lanthimos, 2018
18. Inside Llewyn DavisThe Coen Brothers, 2013
19. Once Upon a Time in HollywoodQuentin Tarantino, 2019
20. Columbus  Kogonada, 2017
Columbus (Kogonada, 2017)
21. MidsommarAri Aster, 2019
22. MelancholiaLars von Trier, 2011
23. About EndlessnessRoy Andersson, 2019
24. Black SwanDarren Aronofsky, 2010
25. Moonrise KingdomWes Anderson, 2012
26. Ad AstraJames Gray, 2019
27. ShameSteve McQueen, 2011
28. The IrishmanMartin Scorsese, 2019
29. Blade Runner 2049Denis Villeneuve, 2017
30. A Hidden LifeTerrence Malick, 2019
A Hidden Life (Terrence Malick, 2019)
31. Phantom ThreadPaul Thomas Anderson, 2017
32. BurningLee Chang-dong, 2018
33. WhiplashDamien Chazelle, 2014
34. Marriage StoryNoah Baumbach, 2019
35. A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on ExistenceRoy Andersson, 2014
36. GravityAlfonso Cuarón, 2013
37. 12 Years a SlaveSteve McQueen, 2012
38. 1917Sam Mendes, 2019
39. PatersonJim Jarmusch, 2016
40. Little WomenGreta Gerwig, 2019
Little Women (Greta Gerwig, 2019)
41. We Need to Talk About KevinLynne Ramsay, 2011
42. First ReformedPaul Schrader, 2017
43. HereditaryAri Aster, 2018
44. Call Me By Your NameLuca Guadagnino, 2017
45. The Great BeautyPaolo Sorrentino, 2013
46. Django UnchainedQuentin Tarantino, 2012
47. Good TimeThe Safdie Brothers, 2017
48. Under the SkinJonathan Glazer, 2013
49. DriveNicolas Winding Refn, 2011
50. Son of SaulLászló Nemes, 2015
Son of Saul (László Nemes, 2015)
51. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-VerseBob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman, 2018
52. Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past LivesApichatpong Weerasethakul, 2010
53. VictoriaSebastian Schipper, 2015
54. Only God ForgivesNicolas Winding Refn, 2013
55. The AssassinHou Hsiao-hsien, 2015
56. The Shape of WaterGuillermo del Toro, 2018
57. Holy MotorsLeos Carax, 2012
58. The Neon DemonNicolas Winding Refn, 2016
59. Spring BreakersHarmony Korine, 2012
60. Blue ValentineDerek Cianfrance, 2010
Blue Valentine (Derek Cianfrance, 2010)
61. MommyXavier Dolan, 2014
62. ClimaxGasper Noé, 2018
63. BoyhoodRichard Linklater, 2014
64. Portrait of a Lady on FireCéline Sciamma, 2019
65. Gone GirlDavid Fincher, 2014
66. CarolTodd Haynes, 2015
67. The LobsterYorgos Lanthimos
68. Before MidnightRichard Linklater, 2013
69. Get OutJordan Peele, 2017
70. InterstellarChristopher Nolan, 2014
Interstellar (Christopher Nolan, 2014)
71. A SeparationAsghar Farhadi, 2011
72. NightcrawlerDan Gilroy, 2014
73. SicarioDenis Villeneuve, 2015
74. Shutter IslandMartin Scorsese, 2010
75. The LighthouseRobert Eggers, 2018
76. SkyfallSam Mendes, 2012
77. The Dark Knight RisesChristopher Nolan, 2014
78. A Girl Walks Home Alone at NightAna Lily Amirpour, 2014
79. If Beale Street Could TalkBarry Jenkins, 2018
80. Frances HaNoah Baumbach, 2012
Frances Ha (Noah Baumbach, 2012)
81. HerSpike Jonze, 2013
82. You Were Never Really HereLynne Ramsay, 2017
83. The Wolf of Wall StreetMartin Scorsese, 2013
84. SubmarineRichard Ayoade, 2010
85. Sunset SongTerence Davies, 2015
86. SilenceMartin Scorsese, 2016
87. The Big ShortAdam McKay, 2015
88. The ImmigrantJames Gray, 2013
89. Ash is Purest WhiteJia Zhangke, 2018
90. Uncut GemsThe Safdie Brothers, 2019
Uncut Gems (The Safdie Brothers, 2019)
91. The Killing of a Sacred DeerYorgos Lanthimos, 2017
92. The Deep Blue SeaTerence Davies, 2011
93. Two Days, One NightThe Dardenne Brothers, 2014
94. ArrivalDenis Villeneuve, 2016
95. The Florida ProjectSean Baker, 2017
96. Ex MachinaAlex Garland, 2014
97. First CowKelly Reichardt, 2019
98. Hell or High WaterDavid Mackenzie, 2016
99. AnnihilationAlex Garland, 2018
100. Manchester by the SeaKenneth Lonergan, 2016
Manchester by the Sea (Kenneth Lonergan, 2016)

4 Films

  • Christopher Nolan
  • Martin Scorsese

3 Films

  • Yorgos Lanthimos
  • Denis Villeneuve
  • Nicolas Winding Refn

2 Films

  • Terrence Malick
  • Paul Thomas Anderson
  • Alejandro Iñárritu
  • Paweł Pawlikowski
  • Alfonso Cuarón 
  • Damien Chazelle
  • Wes Anderson
  • Ari Aster
  • David Fincher
  • Barry Jenkins
  • Quentin Tarantino
  • Steve McQueen
  • Roy Andersson
  • James Gray
  • Noah Baumbach
  • Sam Mendes
  • Lynne Ramsay
  • Richard Linklater
  • The Safdie Brothers
  • Terence Davies
  • Richard Linklater
  • Alex Garland

The Best Films of 2019

Bong Joon-ho takes a scalpel to South Korea’s class system, Martin Scorsese’s epic gangster film wrestles with his long-time fascinations of sin and guilt, and Terrence Malick is back on form in foregrounding a conscientious objector in Nazi-occupied Austria.

The Best Films of 2018

Alfonso Cuarón cements his status as an all-time great director with a black-and-white memory piece, Ari Aster takes the horror genre to a new level with fresh artistic sensibilities, and the best animation in years arrives in a deconstruction of superhero stories.

The Best Films of 2017

Christopher Nolan shakes up the war genre in delivering a landmark of film editing, Denis Villeneuve astoundingly builds on a decades-old classic with a phenomenal sequel, and Paul Schrader’s cerebral, theological character study features Ethan Hawke in an intensely internal performance.

The Best Films of 2016

Damien Chazelle’s ode to Hollywood musicals becomes one of the genre’s best, Jim Jarmusch’s impressively formal work celebrates the beauty of routine, and Denis Villeneuve finds a new linguistic spin on the alien science-fiction film.

The Best Films of 2015

George Miller makes a high-octane, career comeback, Leonardo DiCaprio transforms into a spirit animal in Alejandro Iñárritu’s awe-inspiring revisionist western, and Adam McKay turns the Global Financial Crisis into an audacious, exciting piece of cinema.

The Best Films of 2014

Alejandro Iñárritu’s exceedingly sharp script drives his one-take wonder, Wes Anderson constructs an immaculate piece of pastel artistry, and Richard Linklater’s coming-of-age epic breaks new ground in realist cinema.

The Best Films of 2013

Polish filmmaker Paweł Pawlikowski delivers a haunting meditation on the long-lasting effects of the Holocaust, Richard Linklater ties off his Before trilogy with a marital sparring drama, and Nicolas Winding Refn’s violent, visual atom bomb heavily polarises audiences.

The Best Films of 2012

Paul Thomas Anderson creates an ambitiously formal and enigmatic work in his study of polar opposite characters, Wes Anderson perfectly merges style and form in a story of childhood love, and Sam Mendes delivers the most inspired James Bond film to date.

The Best Films of 2011

A landmark of transcendental cinema emerges in Terrence Malick’s most dazzling film of his career, while Béla Tarr and Lars von Trier both impress with heavy, philosophical films contemplating two different apocalypses.

The Best Films of 2010

Aaron Sorkin pens the greatest screenplay of his career in collaboration with David Fincher, Christopher Nolan blows minds with his most visually inventive film to date, and Darren Aronofsky crafts a horrifying character study of ambition and obsession.

The Best Films of 2019

1. ParasiteBong Joon-ho
2. Once Upon a Time in HollywoodQuentin Tarantino
3. MidsommarAri Aster
4. About EndlessnessRoy Andersson
5. Ad AstraJames Gray
6. The IrishmanMartin Scorsese
7. A Hidden LifeTerrence Malick
8. Marriage StoryNoah Baumbach
9. 1917Sam Mendes
10. Little WomenGreta Gerwig
Midsommar (Ari Aster)

Film Archives

TitleDirectorGrade
1917Sam MendesMS
A Beautiful Day in the NeighbourhoodMarielle HellerR
A Hidden LifeTerrence MalickMS/MP
About EndlessnessRoy AnderssonMP
Ad AstraJames GrayMP
BombshellJay RoachR
BooksmartOlivia WildeR
ChernobylJohan RenckR
Doctor SleepMike FlanaganR
El Camino: A Breaking Bad MovieVince GilliganR
Extremely Wicked, Shocking Evil and VileJoe BerlingerR
First CowKelly ReichhardtHR
Ford v FerrariJames MangoldR
Hearts and BonesBen LawrenceR
HustlersLorene ScafariaR
I Lost My BodyJérémy ClapinR
Jojo RabbitTaika WaititiR
JokerTodd PhillipsR/HR
KlausSergio PablosR
Knives OutRian JohnsonR
Little WomenGreta GerwigMS
Marriage StoryNoah BaumbachMS
MidsommarAri AsterMP
Once Upon a Time in HollywoodQuentin TarantinoMP
ParasiteBong Joon-hoMP
Portrait of a Lady on FireCéline SciammaMS
Richard JewellClint EastwoodR
RocketmanDexter FletcherR
Sound of MetalDarius MarderR
The FarewellLulu WangR
The IrishmanMartin ScorseseMS/MP
The Last Black Man in San FranciscoJoe TalbotR
The LighthouseRobert EggersHR
The Peanut Butter FalconTyler Nilson, Michael SchwartzR
The SouvenirJoanna HoggHR
The Two PopesFernando MeirellesR
Toy Story 4Josh CooleyR
Uncut GemsThe Safdie BrothersHR
UsJordan PeeleR
About Endlessness (Roy Andersson)

Documentaries

American FactorySteven Bognar, Julia Reichert
HoneylandTamara Kotevska, Ljubomir Stefanov
For SamaWaad Al-Kateab, Edward Watts
FyreChris Smith

Short Films

NimicYorgos Lanthimos
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Quentin Tarantino)

The Best Films of 2018

1. RomaAlfonso Cuarón
2. Cold WarPaweł Pawlikowski 
3. The FavouriteYorgos Lanthimos
4. BurningLee Chang-dong
5. HereditaryAri Aster
6. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-VerseBob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman
7. ClimaxGasper Noé
8. If Beale Street Could TalkBarry Jenkins
9. Ash is Purest WhiteJia Zhangke
10. AnnihilationAlex Garland
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman)

Film Archives

TitleDirectorGrade
A Quiet PlaceJohn KrasinskiR
A Simple FavourPaul FeigR
A Star is BornBradley CooperR
AnnihiliationAlex GarlandHR
Ash is Purest WhiteJia ZhangkeHR
Avengers: Infinity WarThe Russo BrothersR
Black PantherRyan CooglerR/HR
BlackkklansmanSpike LeeHR
BurningLee Chang-dongMS/MP
Can You Ever Forgive MeMarielle HellerR
CapernaumNadine LabakiR
ClimaxGasper NoéMS
Cold WarPaweł Pawlikowski MP
Crazy Rich AsiansJon M. ChuR
Eighth GradeBo BurnhamR
First ManDamien ChazelleR
Green BookPeter FarrellyR
Her SmellAlex Ross PerryR
HereditaryAri AsterMS
High LifeClaire DenisR/HR
If Beale Street Could TalkBarry JenkinsHR
Isle of DogsWes AndersonR/HR
RomaAlfonso CuarónMP
SearchingAneesh ChagantyR
ShopliftersHirokazu Kore-edaR
Sorry to Bother YouBoots RileyHR
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-VerseBob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney RothmanMS
The Ballad of Buster ScruggsThe Coen Brothers
The FavouriteYorgos LanthimosMP
The NightingaleJennifer KentR
ViceAdam McKayR
The Favourite (Yorgos Lanthimos)

Documentaries

Free SoloElizabeth Chai Vasarhely, Jimmy Chin
Period. End of Sentence.Rayka Zehtabchi
The Great Buster: A CelebrationPeter Bogdanovich

Short Films

BlueApichatpong Weerasethakul
Cold War (Paweł Pawlikowski)

The Best Films of 2017

1. DunkirkChristopher Nolan
2. ColumbusKogonada
3. Blade Runner 2049Denis Villeneuve
4. Phantom ThreadPaul Thomas Anderson
5. First ReformedPaul Schrader
6. Call Me By Your NameLuca Guadagnino
7. Good TimeThe Safdie Brothers
8. The Shape of WaterGuillermo del Toro
9. Get OutJordan Peele
10. You Were Never Really HereLynne Ramsay
Blade Runner 2049 (Denis Villeneuve)

Film Archives

TitleDirectorGrade
A Fantastic WomanSebastián LelioR/HR
A Ghost StoryDavid LoweryHR
Baby DriverEdgar WrightHR
Blade Runner 2049Denis VilleneuveMS/MP
Call Me By Your NameLuca GuadagninoMS
CocoLee UnkrichHR
ColumbusKogonadaMP
Darkest HourJoe WrightR
DunkirkChristopher NolanMP
First ReformedPaul SchraderMS
Get OutJordan PeeleHR/MS
Good TimeThe Safdie BrothersMS
Happy EndMichael HanekeR
I, TonyaCraig GillespieHR
ItAndy MuschiettiR
Lady BirdGreta GerwigHR
LoganJames MangoldR
Loving VincentDorota Kobiela, Hugh WelchmanR
MudboundDee ReesR
Paddington 2Paul KingHR
Phantom ThreadPaul Thomas AndersonMS/MP
Star Wars: The Last JediRian JohnsonR
Sweet CountryWarwick ThorntonR
The BeguiledSofia CoppolaHR
The Big SickMichael ShowalterR
The BreadwinnerNora TwomeyR
The Disaster ArtistJames FrancoR
The Florida ProjectSean BakerHR
The Killing of a Sacred DeerYorgos LanthimosHR
The PostSteven SpielbergR
The Shape of WaterGuillermo del ToroMS
The WifeBjörn RungeR
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, MissouriMartin McDonaghR
You Were Never Really HereLynne RamsayHR
Phantom Thread (Paul Thomas Anderson)

The Best Films of 2016

1. La La LandDamien Chazelle
2. MoonlightBarry Jenkins
3. PatersonJim Jarmusch
4. The Neon DemonNicolas Winding Refn
5. SilenceMartin Scorsese
6. ArrivalDenis Villeneuve
7. Hell or HighwaterDavid Mackenzie
8. Manchester by the SeaKenneth Lonergan
9. The Lost City of ZJames Gray
10. Everybody Wants Some!!Richard Linklater
Moonlight (Barry Jenkins)

Film Archives

TitleDirectorGrade
A Monster CallsJ. A. BayonaR
ArrivalDenis VilleneuveHR
DeadpoolTim MillerR
Doctor StrangeScott DerricksonR
Don’t BreatheFederico ÁlvarezR
Everybody Wants Some!!Richard LinklaterHR
Hacksaw RidgeMel GibsonR
Hail CaesarThe Coen BrothersR
Hell or HighwaterDavid MackenzieHR
Hidden FiguresTheodore MelfiR
Hunt for the WilderpeopleTaika WaititiR
JackiePablo LarrainR
Kubo and the Two StringsTravis KnightR
La La LandDamien ChazelleMP
LionGarth DavisR
LovingJeff NicholsR
Manchester by the SeaKenneth LonerganHR
MoonlightBarry JenkinsMP
PatersonJim JarmuschMS
RawJulia DucournauR/HR
SilenceMartin ScorseseHR
SplitM. Night ShyamalanR
Swiss Army ManDaniel Kwan, Daniel ScheinertR
The Lost City of ZJames GrayHR
The Neon DemonNicolas Winding RefnMS
The Nice GuysShane BlackR
Toni ErdmannMaren AdeR
Train to BusanYeon Sang-hoR
The Neon Demon (Nicolas Winding Refn)

Documentaries

13thAva DuVernay
Voyage of TimeTerrence Malick
The Lost City of Z (James Gray)

The Best Films of 2015

1. Mad Max: Fury RoadGeorge Miller
2. The RevenantAlejandro Iñárritu
3. Son of SaulLászló Nemes
4. VictoriaSebastian Schipper
5. The AssassinHou Hsiao-hsien
6. CarolTodd Haynes
7. The LobsterYorgos Lanthimos
8. SicarioDenis Villeneuve
9. Sunset SongTerence Davies
10. The Big ShortAdam McKay
The Revenant (Alejandro Iñárritu)

Film Archives

TitleDirectorGrade
AnomalisaCharlie KaufmanHR
Bridge of SpiesSteven SpielbergR
BrooklynJohn CrowleyR
CarolTodd HaynesMS
Cemetery of SplendourApichatpong WeerasethakulR
Inside OutPeter DocterR/HR
Knight of CupsTerrence MalickR
Mad Max: Fury RoadGeorge MillerMP
Mountains May DepartJia ZhangkeR
RoomLenny AbrahamsonR
SicarioDenis VilleneuveHR
Son of SaulLászló NemesMS
SpotlightTom McCarthyR
Star Wars: The Force AwakensJ.J. AbramsR
Steve JobsDanny BoyleR/HR
Sunset SongTerence DaviesHR
TangerineSean BakerHR
The AssassinHou Hsiao-hsienMS
The Big ShortAdam McKayHR
The Danish GirlTom HooperR
The Hateful EightQuentin TarantinoR
The LobsterYorgos LanthimosHR/MS
The MartianRidley ScottR
The RevenantAlejandro IñárrituMP
The WitchRobert EggersHR
VictoriaSebastian SchipperMS
The Assassin (Hou Hsiao-hsien)

The Best Films of 2014

1. BirdmanAlejandro Iñárritu
2. The Grand Budapest HotelWes Anderson
3. WhiplashDamien Chazelle
4. A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on ExistenceRoy Andersson
5. Gone GirlDavid Fincher
6. BoyhoodRichard Linklater
7. MommyXavier Dolan
8. InterstellarChristopher Nolan
9. NightcrawlerDan Gilroy
10. A Girl Walks Home Alone at NightAna Lily Amirpour
The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson)

Film Archives

TitleDirectorGrade
A Girl Walks Home AloneAna Lily AmirpourHR
A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on ExistenceRoy AnderssonMS
American SniperClint EastwoodR
Big Hero 6Don Hall, Chris WilliamsR
BirdmanAlejandro IñárrituMP
BoyhoodRichard LinklaterMS
CalvaryJohn Michael McDonaghR
Ex MachinaAlex GarlandHR
FoxcatcherBennett MillerR
Gone GirlDavid FincherMS
Guardians of the GalaxyJames GunnR
How to Train Your Dragon 2Chris Sanders, Dean DeBloisR
Inherent VicePaul Thomas AndersonR
InterstellarChristopher NolanHR/MS
It FollowsDavid Robert MitchellR
John WickChad StahelskiR
Kingsman: The Secret ServiceMatthew VaughnR
MommyXavier DolanMS
NightcrawlerDan GilroyHR/MS
PaddingtonPaul KingR
SelmaAva DuVernayR
Still AliceRichard Glatzer, Wash WestmorelandR
The BabadookJennifer KentR
The Grand Budapest HotelWes AndersonMP
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five ArmiesPeter JacksonR
The Imitation GameMorten TyldumR
The Theory of EverythingJames MarshR
Two Days, One NightThe Dardenne BrothersHR
What We Do in the ShadowsTaika WaititiR
WhiplashDamien ChazelleMS
A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (Roy Andersson)

The Best Films of 2013

1. IdaPaweł Pawlikowski
2. Inside Llewyn DavisThe Coen Brothers
3. GravityAlfonso Cuarón
4. Under the SkinJonathan Glazer
5. 12 Years a SlaveSteve McQueen
6. The Great BeautyPaolo Sorrentino
7. Only God ForgivesNicolas Winding Refn
8. The GrandmasterWong Kar-wai
9. Before MidnightRichard Linklater
10. HerSpike Jonze
Inside Llewyn Davis (The Coen Brothers)

Film Archives

12 Years a SlaveSteve McQueenMS
A Touch of SinJia ZhangkeR
About TimeRichard CurtisR
American HustleDavid O. RussellHR
Before MidnightRichard LinklaterHR/MS
Blue JasmineWoody AllenHR
Dallas Buyers ClubJean-Marc ValléeR
GravityAlfonso CuarónMS
HerSpike JonzeHR
IdaPaweł PawlikowskiMP
Inside Llewyn DavisThe Coen BrothersMP
Only God ForgivesNicolas Winding RefnMS
PrisonersDenis VilleneuveHR
SnowpiercerBong Joon-hoHR
The GrandmasterWong Kar-waiMS
The Great BeautyPaolo SorrentinoMS
The Great GatsbyBaz LuhrmannR
The Hobbit: The Desolation of SmaugPeter JacksonR
The ImmigrantJames GrayHR
The Wolf of Wall StreetMartin ScorseseHR
The World’s EndEdgar WrightR/HR
Under the SkinJonathan GlazerMS
Only God Forgives (Nicolas Winding Refn)

The Best Films of 2012

1. The MasterPaul Thomas Anderson
2. Moonrise KingdomWes Anderson
3. Django UnchainedQuentin Tarantino
4. Holy MotorsLeos Carax
5. Spring BreakersHarmony Korine
6. SkyfallSam Mendes
7. Frances HaNoah Baumbach
8. The Dark Knight RisesChristopher Nolan
9. AmourMichael Haneke
10. The HuntThomas Vinterberg
Moonrise Kingdom (Wes Anderson)

Film Archives

21 Jump StreetPhil LordR
AmourMichael HanekeHR
Cloud AtlasThe Wachowski SistersR
Django UnchainedQuentin TarantinoMS
Frances HaNoah BaumachHR
Holy MotorsLeos CaraxMS
Les MiserablesTom HooperR
LooperRian JohnsonR
Moonrise KingdomWes AndersonMP
SkyfallSam MendesHR
Spring BreakersHarmony KorineMS
The Dark Knight RisesChristopher NolanHR
The Hobbit: An Unexpected JourneyPeter JacksonR
The HuntThomas VinterbergR/HR
The MasterPaul Thomas AndersonMP
The Perks of Being a WallflowerStephen ChboskyR
WadjdaHaifaa al-MansourR
Zero Dark ThirtyKathryn BigelowR
Skyfall (Sam Mendes)

The Best Films of 2011

1. The Tree of LifeTerrence Malick
2. The Turin HorseBéla Tarr
3. MelancholiaLars von Trier
4. ShameSteve McQueen
5. We Need to Talk Anout KevinLynne Ramsay
6. DriveNicolas Winding Refn
7. A SeparationAsghar Farhadi
8. The Deep Blue SeaTerence Davies
9. A Dangerous MethodDavid Cronenberg
10. MargaretKenneth Lonergan
The Turin Horse (Béla Tarr)

Film Archives

TitleDirectorGrade
A Dangerous MethodDavid CronenbergHR
A SeparationAsghar FarhadiHR/MS
ContagionSteven SoderberghR
DriveNicolas Winding RefnMS
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2David YatesR
HugoMartin ScorseseHR
MargaretKenneth LonerganHR
MelancholiaLars von TrierMP
Once Upon a Time in AnatoliaNuri Bilge CeylanR
Oslo, August 31stJoachim TrierHR
ShameSteve McQueenMP
The Adventures of TintinSteven SpielbergR
The ArtistMichel HazanaviciusR
The Cabin in the WoodsDrew GoddardR
The Deep Blue SeaTerence DaviesHR
The MuppetsJames BobinR
The Skin I Live InPedro AlmodóvarR
The Tree of LifeTerrence MalickMP
The Turin HorseBéla TarrMP
We Need to Talk About KevinLynne RamsayMS
Melancholia (Lars von Trier)

Short Films

JuniorJulia Ducournau
Shame (Steve McQueen)