Over 1200 of the most edgy, crazy, disturbing, controversial, shocking, bizarre, scandalous and downright f***ed up films of all time!
Here you will find over-the-top gorefests, dystopian and bizarre dreamlike films, art house sleaze, Euro cult cinema, brutal Japanese cinema, mondo documentaries, classics of the avant garde, underground oddities and experimental shorts, Hong Kong CAT III stuff, Cyberpunk, Video Nasties, Cinema of Transgression, films about drug addiction, films about serial killers, films about dysfunctional families, rape-revenge flicks, new wave French extreme cinema, and much, much more!
Be warned: Many of these flicks aren't for the faint of heart!
From the twisted to the crazy to the artsy to the gritty to the downright disgusting to the bleak and depressing to the offensive, you will find something for everybody.
Prix de la mise en scène (en: The Best Director Award) is an annual award presented at Festival de Cannes (en: the Cannes Film Festival) for best directing achievements in a feature film screened as part of festival's official selection (i.e. films selected for the competition program which compete for the festival's main prize Palme d'Or).
Awarded by festival's jury, it was first given in 1946. The prize was not awarded on 12 occasions (1947, 1953–54, 1960, 1962–64, 1971, 1973–74, 1977, 1980). In addition, the festival was not held at all in 1948 and 1950, while in 1968 no awards were given as the festival was called off mid-way due to the May 1968 events in France. Also, the jury vote was tied and prize was shared by two directors on seven occasions (1955, 1969, 1975, 1983, 2001, 2002 and 2016).
Cinema Tropical, the leading presenter of Latin American cinema in the U.S., has compiled a list of the Top Ten Latin American Films of the Decade (2010-2019), based on a poll of 97 international film festival and cinemathèque programmers.
In total, 229 films representing 17 Latin American countries were nominated for the distinction of being Best of the Decade, demonstrating the high quality and diversity of films from the region.