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This year I bested myself. From the 384 movies that I saw, I’ll make my customary list of favorite films discoveries from year 2014 downward.
Over the weekend we had the chance to discover György Pálfi’s Final Cut: Ladies and Gentleman (Final Cut: Hölgyeim és Uraim), which is possibly the most ambitious supercut since the invention of the internet to date.
Happy new year, everyone! Here’s to a 2018 with more writing and more movies. Looking back at my movie-watching last year, I don’t think I watched too many films from the West, so this list seems incredibly unbalanced.
In Olivier Assayas’s Clean, Maggie Cheung plays a troubled soul who tries to kick her drug habit in an attempt to reconnect with her son.
So… who made the list and who didn’t. In what positions were my biases placed?
Instead of reviewing my favorite films of the past decade (2000-09) for The LAMB’s Foreign Chops: Best of the 2000s, I wanted to list them all.
Here lies history. Buried by the YAM Magazine team for the 2012 End of the World.
Wong Kar-Wai’s romance film about two people who form an unlikely bond is as gorgeous as it is engaging.
Mettel Ray is having a Movie Alphabet blogathon! So I thought it’d be fun to participate with my own mix… which proved to be varied. I wonder… will you find any surprise?
The Lima Film Festival is at it again, celebrating Latin American films with the 16th edition of the event, set to start on August 3rd and run through August 11th in Lima, Peru.