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    Justice for the little movie! The 2017 edition


    Oscars have passed and a new season commences. What could be a better moment to come back to our beloved Justice for the little movie! series? Taking in account out "5 years of perspective rule", we are set to visit 2017. But let's remember what these series are about:

    1. It is not about voting for little movies, but about movies competing in equality.
    2. Be honest! For Phase 1 vote for your actual Top 5 and for Phase 2 vote for your actual favorite 10 (from our Master List). Be true also about which movies have you seen and which movies you haven't.
    3. Enjoy and discover new movies!

    Remember that this is an international list, what means that we go by the first international public screening (the so called imdb date).

    Everything keeps being the same than in previous editions (but it has been a while, so let's remember it).
    To get in the list a movie needs both of these:
    1. To have been seen by a minimum of the 5% of the voters in Phase 2.
    2. To have been seen by a minimum of 3 voters in Phase 2.
    3. The list will be ranked by their relative number of votes, that means number of votes / number of viewers.
    4. Movies that make the list but less of 10% of voters have watched them or they have only 1 vote will be also ranked, but they will be announced with an asterisk (*), so users will know that they are special cases (some people will give them more attention, some people will skip them).

    Again, this list is made in two phases:

    Phase 1 ALREADY CLOSED

    - Each user writes in a post their 5 favorite movies from 2017 (we'll use the imdb date as an indicator of the year of the movie).
    - You should only name the movies that have not been mentioned before. For example, if three of my Top 5 movies from 2017 have been already mentioned, I would write the title of the other 2 and the note "my other 3 favorite movies have already been mentioned" or something like that.
    - Please, include the director's name (if possible, in the same format that appears in the Master List in the second post of this thread).
    - Please, don't post your favorites ranked. Use alphabetical order!. This will work better if the rest of people don't know in advance about which movies have more passion behind.
    - I'll be updating the second post of this thread with the Master list of all movies already mentioned, so you don't have to check all the posts to know which movies have been already mentioned (I'll try to do it once a day or more).
    - Updates of your Phase 1 lists ARE NOT ALLOWED (the methodology here explained avoids it, because a change in your list could affect the lists of every other user).
    - Some minutes (if there isn't any unexpected problem) after the deadline I'll do the last update of the Master list and the Phase 2 will start.


    Phase 2 OPEN until April 12th at 8PM CET.

    - Each user PM me the whole Master list (please don't change its order) and selects their favorite 10 movies (not less, not more). They write a "*" symbol before the title of that movie.[/B]

    - Behind each title the user writes "y" if they have seen that movie or "n" if they haven't seen it.


    - Example:

    24 Frames (Abbas Kiarostami) n
    * The Babysitter (McG) y
    Barbara (Mathieu Amalric) y
    * Beast (Michael Pearce) y
    Before We Vanish (Kiyoshi Kurosawa) n
    ...

    This user has seen The Babysitter, Barbara and Beast, but they have not seen 24 Frames nor Before We Vanish. In addition, this user has The Babysitter and Beast in their Top 10 list from the movies in the Master List.

    - After the deadline I will compute the results and announce our list. My idea is to list every movie from the Master list which had been seen by a minimum of the 5% of the users voting (if that number is lower than 3 users, it will become automatically a minimum of 3 users).

    - About the placement in the list: The order will be done taken in account the percentage of viewers of the movie who have included it in their Top 10 list. This is what we're calculating. For example: "The 26% of the AWers who have seen this movie had it in their Top 10". The ones with the biggest percentage will have the Top placements in the list, Nothing else will be taken in account (if at least a 5% of the voters have SEEN that movie).

    - About the ties: Only in the case of an exact tie (26,590001% vs 26,590002 is not a tie) I'll pay attention to the number of viewers and in that case I'll position the movie with more viewers above the one with less viewers. Even if mathematically, it is the same result in percentage, the movie with more viewers is more stable. For example if 2 movies have a 25% but one movie has 4 viewers and the other one has 8 viewers, the second one would be less affected if somebody else sees the movie and doesn't like it. My idea is not to announce this percentages or the number of people who have seen each movie, just the order of the movies. I think that, if people knows that this number will be kept private, there will be more sincerity in the ballots.

    - About the announcement: Movies that make the list but have only one vote or less than 10% of the users have seen them, will be announced with an asterisk (*) next to their title to remark the especial situation of such movie.

    But please, the golden rule: Be honest. This is an experiment to know the truth. Not strategic voting, just post your actual Top 5 in Phase 1 and your favorite 10 (from the Master list) in Phase 2. And be equally honest about the movies you have seen and the movies you have not.

    And please, try to vote the way I have asked, including that "*" before the movies you want to vote and including BOTH "y" and "n" after the titles you have seen or not. I know some of this feels redundant, but it helps me A LOT and saves me A LOT of time. Thank you in advance.

    Please, feel free to ask as many questions as you want. And welcome back to Justice for the little movie!.
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    24 Frames (Abbas Kiarostami)
    The Babysitter (McG)
    Barbara (Mathieu Amalric)
    Beast (Michael Pearce)
    Before We Vanish (Kiyoshi Kurosawa)
    Blade Runner 2049 (Denis Villeneuve)
    BPM (Beats Per Minute) (Robin Campillo)
    Brigsby Bear (Dave McCary)
    Call Me by Your Name (Luca Guadagnino)
    Caniba (Lucien Castaing-Taylor / Véréna Paravel)
    Coco (Lee Unkrich)
    Columbus (Kogonada)
    Custody (Xavier Legrand)
    The Day After (Hong Sang-soo)
    The Death of Stalin (Armando Ianucci)
    Detroit (Kathryn Bigelow)
    The Disaster Artist (James Franco)
    Dunkirk (Christopher Nolan)
    Dying (Fernando Franco)
    Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil (Paul Urkijo)
    Ex-Libris: The New York Public Library (Frederick Wiseman)
    Faces Places (JR / Agnès Varda)
    A Fantastic Woman (Sebastián Lelio)
    First Reformed (Paul Schrader)
    The Florida Project (Sean Baker)
    Foxtrot (Samuel Maoz)
    A Gentle Creature (Sergei Loznitsa)
    Get Out (Jordan Peele)
    A Ghost Story (David Lowery)
    God’s Own Country (Francis Lee)
    Golden Exits (Alex Ross Perry)
    Good Time (Benny Safdie / Josh Safdie)
    The Guardians (Xavier Beauvois)
    Hanagatami (Nobuhiko Obayashi)
    The House by the Sea (Robert Guédiguian)
    I Am Not a Witch (Rungano Nyoni)
    Jupiter's Moon (Kornél Mundruczó)
    The Killing of a Sacred Deer (Yorgos Lanthimos)
    Lady Bird (Greta Gerwig)
    Lean on Pete (Andrew Haigh)
    Let the Corpses Tan (Hélène Cattet / Bruno Forzani)
    Let the Sunshine In (Claire Denis)
    The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Nobuhiro Suwa)
    Logan (James Mangold)
    Logan Lucky (Steven Soderbergh)
    Lover for a Day (Philippe Garrel)
    Lucky (John Carroll Lynch)
    Malila: The Farewell Flower (Anucha Boonyawatana)
    Marjorie Prime (Michael Almereyda)
    Menashe (Joshua Z Weinstein)
    The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) (Noah Baumbach)
    Molly’s Game (Aaron Sorkin)
    Most Beautiful Island (Ana Asensio)
    mother! (Darren Aronofsky)
    Mrs. Hyde (Serge Bozon)
    November (Rainer Sarnet)
    On Body and Soul (Ildikó Enyedi)
    On the Beach at Night Alone (Hong Sang-soo)
    One Cut of the Dead (Shinichiro Ueda)
    The Other Side of Hope (Aki Kaurismäki)
    Paddington 2 (Paul King)
    Phantom Thread (Paul Thomas Anderson)
    The Post (Steven Spielberg)
    Princess Cyd (Stephen Cone)
    The Rider (Chloé Zhao)
    See You Up There (Albert Dupontel)
    The Shape of Water (Guillermo del Toro)
    Silent Night (Piotr Domalewski)
    Sleep Has Her House (Scott Barley)
    Song to Song (Terrence Malick)
    The Square (Ruben Östlund)
    Streetscapes [Dialogue] (Heinz Emigholz)
    Summer 1993 (Carla Simón)
    Sweet Country (Warwick Thornton)
    T2 Trainspotting (Danny Boyle)
    That Good Night (Eric Styles)
    Thelma (Joachim Trier)
    Thoroughbreds (Cory Finley)
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Martin McDonagh)
    Twin Peaks: The Return (David Lynch)
    Veronica (Paco Plaza)
    Western (Valeska Grisebach)
    The Wild Boys (Bertrand Mandico)
    Wonderstruck (Todd Haynes)
    The Work (Gethin Aldous / Jairus McLeary)
    World of Tomorrow Episode Two: The Burden of Other People’s Thoughts (Don Hertzfeldt)
    You Were Never Really There (Lynne Ramsay)
    Zama (Lucrecia Martel)
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    Information about previous editions of Justice for the little movie!

    2016

    2016's thread


    Top 50




    1 (tie). The Last Family
    1 (tie). Lumière!
    3. Manchester by the Sea
    4. Elle
    5. A Quiet Passion
    6. Sieranevada
    7. Yourself and Yours
    8. Julieta
    9. The Handmaiden
    10 (tie). Things to Come
    10 (tie). Toni Erdmann

    12. Aquarius
    13. Arrival
    14. Silence
    15. Paterson
    16. Personal Shopper
    17. Your Name.
    18. The Wailing
    19. Moonlight
    20. Shin Godzilla

    21. Nocturama
    22. The Woman Who Left
    23. La La Land
    24. Cameraperson
    25. The Death of Louis XIV
    26 (tie). American Honey
    26 (tie). My Life as a Zucchini
    28. Being 17
    29. The Love Witch
    30. The Son of Joseph

    31. Sweet Dreams
    32* (tie). The Bacchus Lady
    32* (tie). Collector
    32* (tie). Crosscurrent
    35. Everybody Wants Some!!
    36 (tie). 20th Century Women
    36 (tie). Love & Friendship
    38. O.J.: Made in America
    39. Tower
    40* (tie). May God Save Us
    40* (tie). Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe
    40* (tie). A Street Cat Named Bob

    43. Fire at Sea
    44. Certain Women
    45. Pete's Dragon
    46 (tie). The Neon Demon
    46 (tie). The Red Turtle
    48. Jackie
    49* (tie). After Love
    49* (tie). Clash
    49* (tie). The Idea of a Lake


    2015

    2015's thread


    Top 50


    1. Carol
    2. Happy Hour
    3. Mad Max: Fury Road
    4. Inside Out
    5. The Lobster
    6. In Jackson Heights
    7. Kaili Blues
    8. Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom
    9. Embrace of the Serpent
    10. Our Little Sister

    11. My Golden Days
    12. Hello, My Name Is Doris
    13. Right Now, Wrong Then
    14. Mistress America
    15. The Final Girls
    16. Sleeping with Other People
    17* (tie). Bleak Street
    17* (tie). Demon
    17* (tie). Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words
    17* (tie). Summertime
    17* (tie). Viva

    22. 45 Years
    23. By the Sea
    24. Mountains May Depart
    25. Tangerine
    26. Krampus
    27. Spy
    28. Brooklyn
    29. Victoria
    30 (tie). Queen of Earth
    30 (tie). World of Tomorrow

    32. Closet Monster
    33*. The Other Side
    34. The Hateful Eight
    35. The Witch
    36 (tie). Aferim!
    36 (tie). The Dressmaker
    36 (tie). The Forbidden Room
    36 (tie). Sunset Song
    40 (tie). Marguerite
    40 (tie). No Home Movie

    42. The Assassin
    43 (tie). The Fits
    43 (tie). The Invitation
    45. The Club
    46* (tie). Birdboy: The Forgotten Children
    46* (tie). Born to Be Blue
    46* (tie). The Overnight
    46* (tie). The Second Mother
    46* (tie). Songs My Brothers Taught Me


    2014

    2014's thread


    Top 50


    1. From What Is Before
    2. Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem
    3. Mommy
    4. The Duke of Burgundy
    5. Clouds of Sils Maria
    6. Two Days, One Night
    7. Magical Girl
    8. The Grand Budapest Hotel
    9. Winter Sleep
    10. Force Majeure

    11. The Babadook
    12. Birdman
    13. Amour Fou
    14. Gone Girl
    15. Mr. Turner
    16. National Gallery
    17. The Mend
    18*. Land Ho!
    19. A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence
    20. When Marnie Was There

    21. Breathe
    22. The Wonders
    23. Horse Money
    24. Phoenix
    25. Saint Laurent
    26. Song of the Sea
    27 (tie). Boyhood
    27 (tie). Whiplash
    29. Inherent Vice
    30. Li’l Quinquin

    31. The Tribe
    32. Güeros
    33* (tie). Don’t Go Breaking My Heart 2
    33* (tie). Ned Rifle
    35. Girlhood
    36. Black Coal, Thin Ice
    37 (tie). Calvary
    37 (tie). Paddington
    39. The Blue Room
    40. Wild Tales

    41 (tie). Listen Up Philip
    41 (tie). White God
    43. What We Do in the Shadows
    44. Nightcrawler
    45. Jauja
    46. I Origins
    47. A Most Violent Year
    48. The Skeleton Twins
    49. Love Is Strange
    50. It Follows


    2013

    2013's thread


    Top 50


    1. The Rendez-Vous of Déjà-Vu
    2. The Tale of the Princess Kaguya
    3. Inside Llewyn Davis
    4. Hard to Be a God
    5. Her
    6. Blue Is the Warmest Color
    7. The Wind Rises
    8. Norte, the End of History
    9. Under the Skin
    10 (tie). Gravity
    10 (tie). The Wolf of Wall Street

    12. A Touch of Sin
    13. Stray Dogs
    14. At Berkeley
    15. Coherence
    16. The Great Beauty
    17. The Dance of Reality
    18 (tie). At Middleton
    18 (tie). What Now? Remind Me
    20*. Metro

    21. Like Father, Like Son
    22. Stranger by the Lake
    23. Bastards
    24. Human Capital
    25 (tie). Our Sunhi
    25 (tie). You and the Night
    27. The Congress
    28. Short term 12
    29. Ida
    30. Hawaii

    31* (tie). Queen
    31* (tie). Still Life
    33 (tie). Before Midnight
    33 (tie). Only Lovers Left Alive
    35. Story of My Death
    36. The Immigrant
    37. Young & Beautiful
    38* (tie). The Invisible Woman
    38* (tie). Pain & Gain
    38* (tie). Suzanne
    38* (tie). Tip Top

    42. 12 Years a Slave
    43. Enough Said
    44. Exhibition
    45* (tie). The French Minister
    45* (tie). The To Do List
    45* (tie). Touchy Feely
    48. Nebraska
    49. Stoker
    50. We Are the Best!


    2012

    2012's thread


    Top 50


    1. Vamps
    2. Florentina Hubaldo, CTE
    3. Holy Motors
    4. Frances Ha
    5. Tabu
    6. Moonrise Kingdom
    7. Stories We Tell
    8. The Last Time I Saw Macao
    9 (tie). The Lords of Salem
    9 (tie). The Sapphires

    11. The Master
    12. Laurence Anyways
    13. In the House
    14. The Hunt
    15 (tie). Middle of Nowhere
    15 (tie). You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet
    17. In Another Country
    18. Spring Breakers
    19. Neighboring Sounds
    20. It’s Such a Beautiful Day

    21. The Act of Killing
    22. Compliance
    23 (tie). 2 Days in New York
    23 (tie). The Girl from Nowhere
    23 (tie). The Imposter
    23 (tie). Paradise: Love
    27* (tie). The Bay
    27* (tie). Beyond the Walls
    27* (tie). The Comedian
    27* (tie). Katy Perry: Part of Me
    27* (tie). A Lady in Paris
    27* (tie). Paradise: Faith
    27* (tie). The We and the I

    34. Django Unchained
    35. Amour
    36 (tie). Blancanieves
    36 (tie). Leviathan
    38. No
    39. Drug War
    40. Rust and Bone

    41. Zero Dark Thirty
    42. Berberian Sound Studio
    43. Viola
    44* (tie). Excision
    44* (tie). Sleepwalk with Me
    44* (tie). Wolf Children
    47. Cloud Atlas
    48 (tie). Post Tenebras Lux
    48 (tie). Something in the Air
    50. How to Survive a Plague


    2011

    2011's thread


    Top 50


    1. The Mill and the Cross
    2. Margaret
    3. House of Tolerance
    4. A Separation
    5. The Tree of Life
    6. The Turin Horse
    7. Once Upon a Time in Anatolia
    8. Weekend
    9. Higher Ground
    10 (tie). Century of Birthing
    10 (tie). Rose

    12. Oslo, August 31st
    13. Almayer’s Folly
    14. The Day He Arrives
    15 (tie). Beloved
    15 (tie). Don’t Go Breaking My Heart
    17. Goodbye First Love
    18. Drive
    19. Hugo
    20. The Skin I Live In

    21 (tie). The Snows of Kilimanjaro
    21 (tie). Wrinkles
    23* (tie). Don’t Be Afraid
    23* (tie). Laddaland
    23* (tie). Southwest
    26. Midnight in Paris
    27. The Deep Blue Sea
    28. The Loneliest Planet
    29 (tie). Elena
    29 (tie). The Guard

    31 (tie). Diamond Flash
    31 (tie). The Hunter
    33. A Simple Life
    34. We Need to Talk About Kevin
    35. Faust
    36*. Sleeping Sickness
    37 (tie). The Color Wheel
    37 (tie). Jiro Dreams of Sushi
    39. The Kid with a Bike
    40*. Life Without Principle

    41. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
    42. This Is Not a Film
    43. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
    44. Shame
    45. From Up on Poppy Hill
    46 (tie). Damsels in Distress
    46 (tie). Take This Waltz
    46 (tie). Tyrannosaur
    49. Le Havre
    50. Bridesmaids


    2010

    2010's thread


    Top 50


    1. Mysteries of Lisbon
    2. Meek’s Cutoff
    3. The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu
    4. Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives
    5. Certified Copy
    6. Another Year
    7. Nostalgia for the Light
    8. How I Ended This Summer
    9. Post Mortem
    10. The Social Network

    11. True Grit
    12. Carlos
    13. Black Swan
    14. The Ghost Writer
    15. Le Quattro Volte
    16 (tie). Love in a Puff
    16 (tie). The Names of Love
    18. Poetry
    19. Toy Story 3
    20. Exit Through the Gift Shop

    21. The Strange Case of Angelica
    22. The Princess of Montpensier
    23* (tie). The Fourth Portrait
    23* (tie). Silent Souls
    25. The Illusionist
    26. Film Socialisme
    27. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
    28 (tie). Burlesque
    28 (tie). Honey
    28 (tie). My Joy

    31. Rabbit Hole
    32. Attenberg
    33. Inception
    34. Never Let Me Go
    35. Piranha 3D
    36* (tie). Mammuth
    36* (tie). Nénette
    36* (tie). Room in Rome
    36* (tie). Tromper le Silence
    40. Somewhere

    41. Incendies
    42 (tie). Easy A
    42 (tie). Heartbeats
    44. Shutter Island
    45 (tie). Hahaha
    45 (tie). Howl
    45 (tie). Let Me In
    48. Of Gods and Men
    49. Beginners
    50 (tie). Confessions
    50 (tie). Please Give


    2009

    2009's thread


    Top 50


    1. About Elly
    2. Inglourious Basterds
    3 (tie). Cairo Time
    3 (tie). Daddy Longlegs
    5. Castaway on the Moon
    6. A Serious Man
    7. A Prophet
    8. The White Ribbon
    9. A Single Man
    10. Everyone Else

    11. The Portuguese Nun
    12. Fantastic Mr. Fox
    13. Dogtooth
    14. I Am Love
    15. Lourdes
    16. Bright Star
    17. White Material
    18. Mother
    19. Like You Know It All
    20. Independencia

    21*. Between Two Worlds
    22. Coraline
    23. Mary and Max
    24. To Die Like a Man
    25 (tie). Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans
    25 (tie). Wild Grass
    27 (tie). The Maid
    27 (tie). The Wind Journeys
    29. An Education
    30. In the Loop

    31. Fish Tank
    32. Vincere
    33 (tie). The Damned United
    33 (tie). Lebanon
    35* (tie). Bluebeard
    35* (tie). Raging Sun, Raging Sky
    35* (tie). Vision
    38. Up
    39. Where the Wild Things Are
    40. The Secret in Their Eyes

    41. Amer
    42 (tie). City of Life and Death
    42 (tie). Undertow
    44. Broken Embraces
    45. Moon
    46 (tie). Drag Me to Hell
    46 (tie). Enter the Void
    48. Sin Nombre
    49* (tie). Last Train Home
    49* (tie). Spring Fever


    2008

    2008's thread


    Top 50


    1. Still Walking
    2 (tie). Extraordinary Stories
    2 (tie). Our Beloved Month of August
    4. Sita Sings the Blues
    5. Morphine
    6. A Christmas Tale
    7. The Class
    8. WALL·E
    9. Sparrow
    10. In Bruges

    11. Waltz with Bashir
    12. Artemis’ Knee
    13. Wendy and Lucy
    14. The Headless Woman
    15. Birdsong
    16. 35 Shots of Rum
    17. Synecdoche, New York
    18 (tie). Let the Right One In
    18 (tie). Two Lovers
    20. Rachel Getting Married

    21. Departures
    22. Of Time and the City
    23* (tie). The Karamazov Brothers
    23* (tie). The Way We Are
    25. Night and Day
    26. Summer Hours
    27. Happy-Go-Lucky
    28 (tie). Eden Lake
    28 (tie). Love Exposure
    30. The Dark Knight

    31. Ponyo
    32. Gran Torino
    33. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
    34. Milk
    35* (tie). Flame & Citron
    35* (tie). Lion’s Den
    35* (tie). One Word from You
    35* (tie). Trouble the Water
    39. Burn After Reading
    40. Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father

    41. The Hurt Locker
    42 (tie). Camino
    42 (tie). I Am So Proud of You
    42 (tie). Tony Manero
    45. Julia
    46. Vicky Cristina Barcelona
    47. The Wrestler
    48. Appaloosa
    49* (tie). Nanayo
    49* (tie). Passion
    49* (tie). The Sky, the Earth and the Rain
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    Directors with several appearances in our Top 50 lists (with at least one movie in a yearly Top 10)

    8 movies
    Hong Sang-soo (Yourself and Yours #7, Right Now, Wrong Then #13, The Day He Arrives #14, In Another Country #17, Like You Know It All #19, Night and Day #25, Our Sunhi #25, Hahaha #45)

    5 movies
    Lav Diaz (From What Is Before #1, Florentina Hubaldo, CTE #2, Norte, the End of History #8, Century of Birthing #10, The Woman Who Left #22)
    Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria #5, Carlos #12, Personal Shopper #16, Summer Hours #26, Something in the Air #48)
    Johnnie To (Sparrow #9, Don’t Go Breaking My Heart #15, Don’t Go Breaking My Heart 2 #33, Drug War #39, Life Without Principle #40)
    Pablo Larraín (Post Mortem #9, No #38, Tony Manero #42, The Club #45, Jackie #48)

    4 movies
    Ethan Coen / Joel Coen (Inside Llewyn Davis #3, A Serious Man #6, True Grit #11, Burn After Reading #39)
    Terence Davies (A Quiet Passion #5, Of Time and the City #22, The Deep Blue Sea #27, Sunset Song #36)
    Martin Scorsese (The Wolf of Wall Street #10, Silence #14, Hugo #19, Shutter Island #44)

    3 movies
    Hirokazu Koreeda (Still Walking #1, Our Little Sister #10, Like Father, Like Son #21)
    Kelly Reichardt (Meek's Cutoff #2, Wendy and Lucy #13, Certain Women #44)
    Quentin Tarantino (Inglourious Basterds #2, Django Unchained #34, The Hateful Eight #34)
    Xavier Dolan (Mommy #3, Laurence Anyways #12, Heartbeats #42)
    Bertrand Bonello (House of Tolerance #3, Nocturama #21, Saint Laurent #25)
    Wes Anderson (Moonrise Kingdom #6, The Grand Budapest Hotel #8, Fantastic Mr. Fox #12)
    Frederick Wiseman (In Jackson Heights #6, At Berkeley #14, National Gallery #16)
    Mike Leigh (Another Year #6, Mr. Turner #15, Happy-Go-Lucky #26)
    Pedro Almodóvar (Julieta #8, The Skin I Live in #20, Broken Embraces #44)
    David Fincher (The Social Network #10, Gone Girl #14, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button #33)

    2 movies
    Asghar Farhadi (About Elly #1, A Separation #4)
    Kenneth Lonergan (Margaret #2, Manchester by the Sea #3)
    Miguel Gomes (Our Beloved Month of August #2, Tabu #5)
    Ryûsuke Hamaguchi (Happy Hour #2, Passion #49)
    Noah Baumbach (Frances Ha #4, Mistress America #14)
    Pete Docter (Inside Out #4, Up #38)
    Peter Strickland (The Duke of Burgundy #4, Berberian Sound Studio #42)
    Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster #5, Dogtooth #13)
    Spike Jonze (Her #5, Where the Wild Things Are #39)
    Arnaud Desplechin (A Christmas Tale #6, My Golden Days #11)
    Jean-Pierre Dardenne / Luc Dardenne (Two Days, One Night #6, The Kid with a Bike #39)
    Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Once Upon a Time in Anatolia #7, Winter Sleep #9)
    Hayao Miyazaki (The Wind Rises #7, Ponyo #31)
    Carlos Vermut (Magical Girl #7, Diamond Flash #31)
    Jacques Audiard (A Prophet #7, Rust and Bone #40)
    Sarah Polley (Stories We Tell #7, Take This Waltz #46)
    Andrew Haigh (Weekend #8, 45 Years #22)
    João Pedro Rodrigues (The Last Time I Saw Macao #8, To Die Like a Man #24)
    Michael Haneke (The White Ribbon #8, Amour #35)
    Ciro Guerra (Embrace of the Serpent #9, The Wind Journeys #27)
    Park Chan-wook (The Handmaiden #9, Stoker #49)
    Maren Ade (Everyone Else #10, Toni Erdmann #10)
    Mia Hansen-Løve (Things to Come #10, Goodbye First Love #17)

    Other directors with several appearances in our Top 50 lists (who have never -so far- get into a Top 10 list)

    3 movies
    Albert Serra (Birdsong #15, The Death of Louis XIV #25, Story of My Death #35)
    Claire Denis (35 Shots of Rum #16, White Material #17, Bastards #23)
    Don Hertzfeldt (It's Such a Beautiful Day #20, World of Tomorrow #30, I Am So Proud of You #42)
    Richard Linklater (Boyhood #27, Before Midnight #33, Everybody Wants Some!! #35)
    Alex Ross Perry (Queen of Earth #30, The Color Wheel #37, Listen Up Philip #44)

    2 movies
    Ari Folman (Waltz with Bashir #11, The Congress #27)
    Paul Thomas Anderson (The Master #11, Inherent Vice #29)
    Eugène Green (The Portuguese Nun #11, The Son of Joseph #30)
    Kleber Mendonça Filho (Aquarius #12, Neighboring Sounds #19)
    Jia Zhangke (A Touch of Sin #12, Mountains May Depart #24)
    Jessica Hausner (Amour Fou #13, Lourdes #15)
    François Ozon (In the House #13, Young & Beautiful #37)
    Chantal Akerman (Almayer’s Folly #13, No Home Movie #40)
    Denis Villeneuve (Arrival #13, Incendies #41)
    Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan #13, The Wrestler #47)
    Alain Resnais (You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet #15, Wild Grass #25)
    Jim Jarmusch (Paterson #15, Only Lovers Left Alive #33)
    James Gray (Two Lovers #18, The Immigrant #36)
    Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In #18, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy #41)
    Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive #18, The Neon Demon #46)
    Bertrand Tavernier (The Princess of Montpensier #22, The French Minister #45)
    Damien Chazelle (La La Land #23, Whiplash #27)
    Ulrich Seidl (Paradise: Love #23, Paradise: Faith #27)
    Ann Hui (The Way We Are #23, A Simple Life #33)
    Andrea Arnold (American Honey #26, Fish Tank #31)
    Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris #26, Vicky Cristina Barcelona #46)
    Paul Feig (Spy #27, Bridesmaids #50)
    John Michael McDonagh (The Guard #29, Calvary #37)
    Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight #30, Inception #33)
    Marco Bellocchio (Sweet Dreams #31, Vincere #32)
    Whit Stillman (Love & Friendship #35, Damsels in Distress #46)
    Mike Mills (20th Century Women #36, Beginners #49)
    Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker #41, Zero Dark Thirty #41)
    Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave #42, Shame #44)
    Nicole Holofcener (Enough Said #43, Please Give #50)

    * If you have some suggestions about a director you think should be in this list and is not, just tell me and I'll check them (but I think I have already included them all)
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    My top 5 (in alphabetical order):

    Columbus (Kogonada)
    November (Rainer Sarnet)
    The Square (Ruben Östlund)
    The Wild Boys (Bertrand Mandico)
    Zama (Lucrecia Martel)

    EDIT: Just editing to maintain alphabetical order.
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    The Death of Stalin (Armando Ianucci)
    The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) (Noah Baumbach)
    The Post (Steven Spielberg)
    The Shape of Water (Guillermo del Toro)
    Silent Night (Piotr Domalewski)

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    Call Me By Your Name (Luca Guadagnino)
    The Florida Project (Sean Baker)
    Phantom Thread (Paul Thomas Anderson)
    See You Up There (Albert Dupontel)

    My other one has already been mentioned.

    "Birdwatching in Late Autumn" (2021)

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    The Work (Jairus McLeary, Gethin Aldous)
    Paddington 2 (Paul King)
    Malila: The Farewell Flower (Anucha Boonyawatana)
    One Cut of the Dead (Shinichiro Ueda)

    My other one has already been mentioned.

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    The title says 2016, but it's 2017?

    If so.

    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Martin McDonagh)
    Molly’s Game (Aaron Sorkin)
    T2 Trainspotting (Danny Boyle)
    The Disaster Artist (James Franco)

    my other have been mentioned.

    "And there on top of his head were faces like she had seen only in a dream, almost too beautiful to be recognized as people at all:
    the most beautiful woman and the most beautiful man in the world, she the female version of him, and he the male version of her
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    Mother! (Darren Aronofsky)
    Get out (Jordan Peele)
    Summer 1993 (Carla Simón)

    Other 2 already mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeEastman View Post
    The title says 2016, but it's 2017?

    Ouch! Could a mod fix the title and write 2017? Thanks.

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    The Rider (Chloé Zhao)
    Lady Bird (Greta Gerwig)
    God’s Own Country (Francis Lee)

    The other 2 were mentioned

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    Coco
    A Ghost Story
    The Guardians

    The other two already mentioned.

    FYC for the 1944 Canon
    Available on Youtube

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    First Reformed (Schrader)
    Good Time (Safdies)
    Let the Sunshine In (Denis)

    My other two have been mentioned already.

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    I am a little pressed because my #6 is a little movie I love and it won't probably be mentioned by anybody. But rules are rules.

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    Lucky (John Carroll Lynch)
    You Were Never Really There (Lynne Ramsay)
    Faces Places (JR and Agnès Varda)

    The other two have been mentioned.

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    Barbara (Mathieu Amalric)
    Custody (Xavier Legrand)
    La villa (Robert Guédiguian)
    Logan Lucky (Steven Soderbergh)

    The other one has already been mentioned.

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    Dunkirk (Christopher Nolan)

    The rest were mentioned.

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    Detroit (Kathryn Bigelow)
    Morir (Fernando Franco)
    Most Beautiful Island (Ana Asensio)
    Veronica (Paco Plaza)

    The other film has already been mentioned.
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    Blade Runner 2049 (Denis Villeneuve)
    A Fantastic Woman (Sebastian Lelio)
    Marjorie Prime (Michael Almereyda)

    My other two were already mentioned.



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