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Personal Lists featuring...

...And God Created Woman 1956

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In his Guide for the Film Fanatic (1986), Danny Peary provides short reviews for over 1600 “Must See” films.

104 movies missing. Imported from external source.

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In his Guide for the Film Fanatic (1986), Danny Peary provides short reviews for over 1600 “Must See” films.

104 movies missing. Imported from external source.

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The Criterion Collection is a video distribution company which specializes in licensing and selling "important classic and contemporary films" in "editions that offer the highest technical quality and award-winning, original supplements."

This is a list of all films (main feature, extra featurette, making of, box-set meta entry, etc if it has a separate entry on trakt) released under Criterion Collection catalog, Essential Art House, Eclipse, Merchant Ivory collections etc. as DVD/BluRay. So far LaserDisc releases have not been included.

Notes to self:
Reviewed/cross-checked entries till Criterion Collection #200.
Last entry: Criterion Collection Spine #845 / Eclipse Series #44.

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Since 1984, the Criterion Collection, has been dedicated to gathering the greatest films from around the world and publishing them in editions that offer the highest technical quality and award-winning, original supplements for a wider and wider audience. The foundation of the collection is the work of such masters of cinema as Kurosawa, Fellini, Bergman, Tarkovsky, Hitchcock, and Kubrick. Each film is presented uncut, in its original aspect ratio, as its maker intended it to be seen. To date, more than 150 filmmakers have made it into the collection.

Source: https://www.criterion.com/library/list_view?b=Criterion&m=dvd&s=spine

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This is a list of the films featured in The Story of Film: An Odyssey series by Mark Cousins.

The films are in order of appearance in the series.
The following are missing (not in Trakt):

  • American Cinema: Film Noir - Alain Klarer (1995)
  • 71st Academy Awards - Louis J. Horvitz (1999)
  • Andrei Tarkovsky & Sergei Parajanov – Islands - Levon Grigoryan (1988)
  • Sinemaabi: A Dialogue with Djibril Diop Mambéty - Beti Ellerson Poulenc (1997)
  • Motion Capture Mirrors Emotion - Jorge Ribas (2009)

Source:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Story_of_Film:_An_Odyssey

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The Story of Film: An Odyssey, a 15-part series written and directed by award-winning film-maker Mark Cousins, is the story of international cinema told through the history of cinematic innovation.
The series provides a worldwide guided tour of the greatest movies ever made; an epic tale that starts in nickelodeons and ends as a multi-billion-dollar globalised digital industry."

Note: "Motion Capture Mirrors Emotion (2009) dir. Jorge Ribas," a documentary about the making of Avatar, is missing because it does not appear to have an imdb page.

Source: https://www.amazon.com/Birth-Cinema-Hollywood-Dream/dp/B00AMQ1B1O

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The 470 films listed below were included in previous editions of the They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?'s 1,000 Greatest Films.

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Notable Foreign Films

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Best Film Releases of the 50s

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A complete list of movies that are part of the Criterion Collection.

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The Films in My Life (Les Films de ma Vie) is Truffaut’s own selection of more than one hundred essays that range widely over the history of film and pay tribute to Truffaut’s particular heroes, among them Hitchcock, Welles, Chaplin, Renoir, Cocteau, Bergman, and Buñuel.

Source: https://www.amazon.com/The-Films-Life-Fran%C3%A7ois-Truffaut/dp/0306805995

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The 100 best French Films as chosen by The Times(UK), chosen in groups of ten films: Modern Classics, Modern Cults, Dramas, Romances, Thrillers, Comedies, Nouvelle Vague, Landmarks, Shorts, and Icons.

Source: http://web.archive.org/web/20051029151003/http://e-paper.timesonline.co.uk:80/frenchfilm/1/articles/artikel_TMXA_1XA_20050409_1_39.html

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Before the phrase was ever invented, there was in fact already a "new wave" of directors in France breaking with the traditional modes of production and setting an example that others would follow. Although vastly different in both content and style, the films of directors such as Jean-Pierre Melville, Jean Rouch, Louis Malle and Alexandre Astruc were visionary and innovative. Later these directors became associated with the Nouvelle Vague movement, although some of them, such as Jean-Pierre Melville, rejected the label. After the New Wave became a success, a whole new generation of filmmakers in France were inspired to follow their example. Over 20 directors released their first films in 1959 and this number doubled in the following year. In 1962, a special edition of Cahiers du Cinema was released in which 162 new French Filmmakers were listed. Inevitably many have not stood the test of time, however the best of them went on to have long and enduring careers. What follows are some key films by these directors leading up to, during, and immediately after the Nouvelle Vague period. Source: www.newwavefilm.com

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