100 brilliant films in cinema history according to those who shoot film

Every ten years the British magazine Sight & Sound refers to the famous Directors and critics with a request to compile my top 10 brilliant movies. The last time this ambitious survey covers more than 1,200 people associated with the film business.

Among them were 358 Directors including Martin Scorsese, Michael Mann, Quentin Tarantino, woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola and others.

The Director's final ten considered themselves, and here they are — 10 of the most brilliant films in cinema history, according to those who shoot film:






1. Tokyo story — Yasujiro OZU, 1953

2. 2001: a Space Odyssey — Stanley Kubrick, 1968

3. Citizen Kane — Orson Welles, 1941

4. 8 and a half — Federico Fellini, 1963

5. Taxi Driver — Martin Scorsese 1976

6. Apocalypse now — Francis Ford Coppola, 1979

7. The godfather — Francis Ford Coppola, 1972

8. Vertigo Alfred Hitchcock, 1958

9. The Mirror — Andrei Tarkovsky, 1974

10. Bicycle thieves — Vittorio de sica, 1948

 

But, for interest, personal tops of filmmakers of varying degrees of celebrity:

 

Woody Allen






A scene from the movie "Bicycle thieves"

 

  • Bicycle thieves, 1948, Vittorio de sica

  • The seventh seal, 1957, Ingmar Bergman

  • Citizen Kane, 1941, Orson Welles

  • Amarcord, 1973, Federico Fellini

  • 8 and a half 1963 Federico Fellini

  • Four hundred blows, 1959, Francois Truffaut

  • Rashomon, 1950, Akira Kurosawa

  • Grand illusion, 1937, Jean Renoir

  • The discreet charm of the bourgeoisie, 1972, Luis buñuel

  • Paths of glory, 1957, Stanley Kubrick

 

Richard Ayoad




Still from the film "Persona"

 

  • Persona, 1966, Ingmar Bergman

  • Contempt 1963 Jean-Luc Godard

  • Raging bull, 1980, Martin Scorsese

  • The Word, 1955, Carl Theodor Dreyer

  • Barry Lyndon, 1975, Stanley Kubrick

  • Crimes and misdemeanors, 1989, woody Allen

  • The Apartment, 1960, Billy Wilder

  • Tokyo story, 1953, Yasujiro OZU

  • Give place to tomorrow, 1937, Leo Makkeri

  • Heath, 1973, Terrence Malick

 

Joon-Ho Bong




A scene from the movie "City of sadness"

 

  • City of sadness, 1989, HOU Hsiao-Hsien

  • Healing, 1997, Kiyoshi Kurosawa

  • The Maid, 1960, Kim Ki-Yong

  • Fargo, 1995, Joel Cohen, Ethan Cohen

  • Psycho, 1960, Alfred Hitchcock

  • Raging bull, 1980, Martin Scorsese

  • Touch of evil, 1958, Orson Welles

  • Vengeance is mine; I will repay, 1979, Shohei Imamura

  • The wages of fear, 1953, Henri-Georges Clouzot

  • Zodiac, The 2007 David Fincher

 

Francis Ford Coppola




Frame from the film "Ashes and diamonds"

 

  • Ashes and diamonds, 1958, by Andrzej Wajda

  • The best years of our lives, 1946, William Wyler

  • Mama's sons, 1953, Federico Fellini

  • Bad sleep well, 1960, Akira Kurosawa

  • The Bodyguard, 1961, Akira Kurosawa

  • Singin ' in the rain 1952 Stanley Donen, gene Kelly

  • The king of Comedy 1982, Martin Scorsese

  • Raging bull, 1980, Martin Scorsese

  • The Apartment, 1960, Billy Wilder

  • Sunrise, 1927, Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau

 

Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne



A scene from the movie "accatone"

 

  • Accatone, 1961, Pier Paolo Pasolini

  • The big heat, 1953, Fritz lang

  • Under the sound of tram wheels, 1970, Akira Kurosawa

  • Germany, year zero 1948 Roberto Rossellini

  • Lulu, 1980, Maurice Pialat

  • New times, 1936, Charles Chaplin

  • The Searchers, 1956, John Ford

  • Shoah 1985, Claude Lanzmann

  • Street of shame, 1956, Kenji Mizoguchi

  • Sunrise, 1927, Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau

 

Guillermo del Toro



A scene from the movie "Frankenstein"

 

  • Frankenstein, 1931, James Whale

  • Freaks, 1931, TOD Browning

  • Shadow of doubt 1943, Alfred Hitchcock

  • Greed, 1924, Erich von Stroheim

  • New times, 1936, Charles Chaplin

  • Beauty and the beast, 1946, Jean Cocteau

  • Goodfellas, 1990, Martin Scorsese

  • Forgotten, 1950, Luis Buñuel

  • Nosferatu, 1922, Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau

  • 8 and a half 1963 Federico Fellini

 

Sean Durkin



Frame from the movie "the Shining"

 

  • The Shining, 1980, Stanley Kubrick

  • Rosemary's Baby, 1968, Roman Polanski

  • Jaws, 1975, Steven Spielberg

  • Three women, 1977, Robert Altman

  • The Birds, 1963, Alfred Hitchcock

  • The Goonies, 1985, Richard Donner

  • The Pianist, 2001, Michael Haneke

  • Persona, 1966, Ingmar Bergman

  • The panic in needle Park 1971 Jerry Schatzberg

  • The Conformist 1970 Bernardo Bertolucci

 

Asghar Farhadi



A scene from the movie "rashomon"

 

  • Rashomon, 1950, Akira Kurosawa

  • The Road 1954 Federico Fellini

  • The godfather, 1972, Francis Ford Coppola

  • Tokyo story, 1953, Yasujiro OZU

  • The Apartment, 1960, Billy Wilder

  • Three colors: Red, 1994, Krzysztof Kieslowski

  • Take the money and run 1969, woody Allen

  • Scenes from a marriage, 1973, Ingmar Bergman

  • Taxi Driver, 1976, Martin Scorsese

  • New times, 1936, Charles Chaplin

 

Michelle Hazanavicius



A scene from the movie "City girl"

  • City girl, 1930, Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau

  • City lights, 1931, Charles Chaplin

  • To be or not to be, 1942, Ernst lubitsch

  • Citizen Kane, 1941, Orson Welles

  • The Apartment, 1960, Billy Wilder

  • The Shining, 1980, Stanley Kubrick

  • North by Northwest, 1959, Alfred Hitchcock

  • The third man, 1949, Carol reed

  • Raging bull, 1980, Martin Scorsese

  • Snow white and the seven dwarfs, 1937, Walt Disney.published

 

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