67 mandatory films to the status of "expert movie"




There are movies that form the basis of film as an art. Study them, quote them, them perpetuated in history.

The website publishes a list of such paintings. Paintings that need to know the students of the Department of cinema in all countries.

1. Amadeus (1984) — Milos Forman

2. Waltz with Bashir (2008) — Ari Folman

3. Blue velvet (1986) — David Lynch

4. A woman under the influence (1974) — John Cassavetes

5. Dancer in the dark (2000) — Lars von Trier

6. Pulp fiction (1994) — Quentin Tarantino

7. Underground (1995) Emir Kusturica

8. Three colors: Blue (1993) — Krzysztof Kieslowski

9. The Decalogue (TV series) (1988) — Krzysztof Kieslowski

10. Paris, Texas (1984) — WIM Wenders

11. Nostalgia (1983) — Andrei Tarkovsky

12. Blade runner (1982) — Ridley Scott

13. Star wars. Episode 4: a New hope (1977) — George Lucas

14. Annie Hall (1977) — Woody Allen

15. Taxi Driver (1976) — Martin Scorsese








16. Empire of passion (1978) — Nagisa Oshima

17. The Mirror (1974) Andrei Tarkovsky

18. Aguirre, the wrath of God (1972) — Werner Herzog

19. The godfather (1972) — Francis Ford Coppola

20. Apocalypse now (1979) — Francis Ford Coppola

21. Zeta (1969) — Costa-Gavras

22. Blow-Up (1966) — Michelangelo Antonioni

23. The Locomotive "The General" (1926) — Clyde Brukman, Buster Keaton

24. A trip to the moon (1902) — Georges Méliès

25. The Searchers (1956) — John Ford

26. 2001: a Space Odyssey (1968) — Stanley Kubrick

27. Belle de jour (1967) — Luis buñuel








28. Andrei Rublev (1966) — Andrei Tarkovsky

29. Persona (1966) — Ingmar Bergman

30. The Road (1954) — Federico Fellini

31. Eight and a half (1963) — Federico Fellini

32. Lawrence Of Arabia (1962) — David Lean

33. Last year at Marienbad (1961) — Alain Resnais

34. Viridiana (1961) — Luis Buñuel

35. Sweet life (1959) — Federico Fellini

36. West side story (1961) — Robert wise, Jerome Robbins

37. Psycho (1960) — Alfred Hitchcock










38. Breathless (1960) Jean-Luc Godard

39. Four hundred blows (1959) — Francois Truffaut

40. Hiroshima my love (1959) — Alain Resnais

41. The seventh seal (1957) — Ingmar Bergman

42. Giant (1956) — George Stevens

43. Rebel without a cause (1955) — Nicholas ray

44. Pather Panchali (1955) — Satyajit Rai

45. Rear window (1954) — Alfred Hitchcock

46. In Porto (1954) — Elia Kazan

47. Seven samurai (1954) — Akira Kurosawa

48. Tokyo story (1953) — Yasujiro OZU

49. High noon (1952) — Fred Zinnemann

50. Forbidden games (1952) Rene Clement

51. Rashomon (1950) — Akira Kurosawa

52. The third man (1949) — Carol reed

53. The earth trembles (1948) — Luchino Visconti

54. Bicycle thieves (1948) — Vittorio De sica








55. Children of Paradise (1945) — Marcel carne

56. Casablanca (1942) — Michael Kertits

57. Citizen Kane (1941) — Orson Welles

58. Stagecoach (1939) — John Ford

59. Gone with the wind (1939) — Victor Fleming, George cukor, Sam wood

60. New times (1936) — Charles Chaplin

61. Olympia (1938) — Leni Riefenstahl

62. The rules of the game (1939) — Jean Renoir

63. Man with a movie camera (1929) — Dziga Vertov

64. The passion of Joan of Arc (1928) — Carl Theodor Dreyer

65. Metropolis (1927) — Fritz Lang

66. The Battleship Potemkin (1925) — Sergei Eisenstein

67. Nanook of the North (1922) — Robert j. Flaherty

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See also
The 20 best movies according to the viewers, not critics
The published list of the 100 best films of the new century version of the air force


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