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Here we go! Submit your favorite /film/s for the 8chan Top 250. We'll use this thread to discuss films that should and should not be included. Generally we want the list to reflect the nature of this board, so let's try to avoid mainstream titles. If you liked a recommendation from an old thread, or if you have a new suggestion to add to the list, now is the time to speak up.



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>Also I want to nominate L'Ami de mon amie

quoted for visibility



just an addendum to visualism as I'm about to rewatch his, hmm, ancient duology; one abolishes individuality for the sake of sign.


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Meshes of the Afternoon - Homebrew surrealism with some of the best dream logic I've seen in a film


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The Leppid is the gold standard in lavish historical epics about the aristocracy. The exquisite beauty of this film helps stoke my romanticized view of that time and place. The party scene is legendary. When I watch similar films I always hope to experience the same kind of magic, but so far nothing has surpassed it.

Also for spring please add Ofrenda by Claudio Caldini to shorts


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Leopard, Train and Sweet Smell are the best Lancaster films. Very charismatic lead, Hollywood lacks them these days.

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Thoughts on this film? I enjoyed it, and thought it was both enjoyable to watch and also had deeper storytelling elements that I enjoyed. I thought the ending was powerful, and I appreciated that some of the climbing was done actually on a mountain (I think).
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I'd like to watch this, Au-delà des cimes which translates to "Beyond the Peaks"

The trailer has French language only


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Hey /film/, KG's MoM is Hungarian film, I have only seen a couple films by Jancso and Tarr so I don't really know what's good when it comes to Hungary. Any recs for Hungarian films?
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>Szőts István: Emberek a havason

Sentimental social realism about mountain folk, in a similar vein as How Green Was My Valley.

It's an unexpected Christmas film too. In fact it's very Catholic.


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Hungarian National Film Fund has a Christmas gift of 100 films on Vimeo until January 4. Scroll down for links.



Is Szürkület going to be restored soon?



List of essentials according to the Hungarian National Film Fund




It seems like they are doing great work lately

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Looking for films with an archaic or medieval kind of setting. Any recs?

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Yuri Ilyenko's Legend of Princess Olga takes place in Kievan Rus' as Christianity replaces paganism. On his deathbed in 1015, Vladimir the Great is haunted by the enigmatic life of his grandmother Olga of Kiev. Her life inspired many legendary tales, ranging from tragic lost love to heartless acts of cruelty. Vladimir wants to separate truth from myth - if it's even possible for him (or us) to know for sure.


How were the films, OP.



they're sick, thanks to all


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Skanderbeg (1953) directed by Sergei Yutkevich | IMDb 8.1

<This is the true story of the National Hero of Albanians, George Kastrioti Scanderbeg, from his birth to his death. 1405-1468. Based mainly upon the monk writer Marin Barleti, the movie starts off with how the boy Scanderbeg was taken hostage by the ottoman turks and trained from them until he became one of the most outstanding warriors of the Ottoman Empire, then later returned home to his country to organized the oppressed Albanians into a fierce and heroic resistance for over 30 years. After converting from Islam to Christianity (the religion of ancestors) he managed to keep the greatest empire on earth at the time from invading Albania. His story is an inspiration to generations of Albanians, wherever they lived.

<Filmed in Magicolor, it pays tribute to the great Balkan warrior of the fifteenth century who saved Albania from Turkish oppression. A collaboration of the Mosfilm Studios and New Albania Productions, this whopping Artkino release holds almost overwhelming grandeur and a human drama that tells the story of the greatest Albanian Hero of all times.

The longer Albanian cut is on youtube with English subtitles. Search "Скандербег" on Rutracker for better image quality without subs.





Hell yeah my dude. 12 oz. is one of the best cartoons i've seen.

Here in latin america they translated the name of the show to "Sponge mouse". I don't know why.

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1. Dni Zatmeniya (Aleksandr Sokurov)

1. Juventude Em Marcha (Pedro Costa)

1. L'Eclisse (Michelangelo Antonioni)

1. Nostalghia (Andrei Tarkovsky)

1. Walkabout (Nicolas Roeg)

6. Andrei Rublev (Andrei Tarkovsky)

6. Blow-Up (Michelangelo Antonioni)

6. Caché (Michael Haneke)

6. Celine and Julie Go Boating (Jacques Rivette)

6. Damnation (Béla Tarr)

6. Koyaanisqatsi (Godfrey Reggio)

6. Memorias del subdesarrollo (Tomás Gutiérrez Alea)

6. Mother and Son (Aleksandr Sokurov)

6. My Night at Maud's (Eric Rohmer)

6. La Notte (Michelangelo Antonioni)

6. L'avventura (Michelangelo Antonioni)

6. Persona (Ingmar Bergman)

6. Pierrot le fou (Jean-Luc Godard)

6. Scenes from a Marriage (Ingmar Bergman)

6. Stalker (Andrei Tarkovsky)

6. Taste of Cherry (Abbas Kiarostami)

6. Through a Glass Darkly (Ingmar Bergman)

6. The Conformist (Bernardo Bertolucci)

6. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Luis Buñuel)

6. The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (Werner Herzog)

6. The Mirror (Andrei Tarkovsky)

6. The Round-Up (Miklós Jancsó)

6. The Sacrifice (Andrei Tarkovsky)

6. The Seventh Continent (Michael Haneke)

6. The Silence (Ingmar Bergman)

6. The Weeping Meadow (Theodoros Angelopoulos)

6. O Thiasos (Theodoros Angelopoulos)

6. Ulysses' Gaze (Theodoros Angelopoulos)

6. Wild Strawberries (Ingmar Bergman)

6. Winter Light (Ingmar Bergman)

6. Woman in the Dunes (Hiroshi Teshigahara)

37. Aguirre: The Wrath of God (Werner Herzog)

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Top 100 based on what method? Why so many ties, only a few differences in rank?


Is this from a 1-10 ranking system?



Yeah it seems like a small number of people had some kind of ranking/voting system

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Kino thread

Post em

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Vidgrid! I was debating whether to include sound.


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Now with audio which comes from the center image


This thread has an unusually high percentage of missing images.

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What are your favorite horror/horror-esque films? Post stills, posters, covers, whatever...

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>a psychopath in England or something that beats his own dog

Any more details?



He was a ragged guy and it looked like industrial-era London, it was from a shitty top 10 lists I watched 6 years ago so I can't say much else, he a had a green jacket too?


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>there was another horror movie in 1977 about hills having eyes

Rituals is the closest that I can come


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Eyes without a face was pretty good.


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>How about new suggestions for rare/arthouse horror?

THE TERRITORY (Raoul Ruiz, 1981)

I watched this without knowing it was a horror at first. It seemed more like a cool weird movie from Ruiz, who was so great in the 80s.

The story involves a couple of small families who go hiking together in the woods. In the course of their journey there's quite a lot of strange events to digest. Sometimes the film seems to be exhibiting unexpected randomness, which can be enjoyable on a surface level, but (as challenging as it may be) it's worth reflecting on what Ruiz may be saying. IMDb has a pretty good user review which outlines some of the basic ideas.

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ITT: Post your absolute least favorite directors.

I want to punch these motherfuckers right in the face.
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Why don't you like Kubrick? He's the most common director to wean people off of heavily-marketed mainstream Hollywood. Did you watch someone else instead?





Danny Boyle and Alex Garland. Fuck I hate these cunts.

Sunshine for example is a sci-fi film where a desperate mission to the sun is wrecked because the tired navigator (against recommendations) changes course and forgets to realign the shields. In reality course adjustments etc, would be overseen and monitored by a room full of NASA techs/engineers. At the very least, the full crew of the Icarus II should have been present to oversee the course change. But in this piece of shit movie, where all believabibility has been sucked out the space hatch, the fucktard navigator takes it upon himself to make such an immensely important decision (life on Earth is at stake) all by himself, and oops, he forgets to realign the shields causing devastation and destruction to the Icarus II.

I can accept the conceit that a human crew is even necessary to stage such a mission. I can accept the bullshit that when the sun runs out of fuel, no explosion is going to reignite it (if there's no fuel there's no fucking fuel). I can suspend belief when it comes to the fact that a bomb would melt before it even came close to the core of the sun. But all believability collapses when one must entertain that such a casual attitude could exist amongst the crew, and that no automatic fail safe design is built into such a crucial safety mechanism like the shield.

If you like and enjoy Sunshine you don't have a fucking brain faggot.



he's an asshole

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Dumping links to some of my favorite shorts, feel free to add yours.

> Winner of the Acadamy Award for Best Animated Short Film and Short Film Palme d'Or in 1987, this is a charming animated masterpiece about a man who devotes his life to planting trees.

> Directed by Frederick Back and edited by Norbert Pickering, this is the full English language version translated by Jean Roberts and narrated by Christopher Plummer (the orginal version is in French language narrated by Philippe Noiret).

> Jean Giono, the author of the short story upon which the movie is based, wrote the story after American editors in 1953 asked him to write a few pages about an unforgettable character. They intended him to write about a real unforgettable character, but he created the fictional Elezeard Bouffier. When the editors objected that no Bouffier had died in Banon, he donated the story to all humanity. It was soon after published by Vogue in 1954. Many people have assumed that Bouffier is a real person.

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Indeed. This short is directed by Ruben Östlund, the guy who directed Play (2011) Or his most famous i presume: The square (2017).


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<"Isle of Flowers" (Portuguese: "Ilha das Flores") is a 1989 Brazilian short film by Jorge Furtado.

Has this been posted before? Maybe not because I can't find a very good version of it on youtube. It should be PT audio w/ EN subs, but those versions are shit quality, so here is one with EN audio https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdtvyiHuTSo

It's a good short, a tad overrated, but worth seeing. It's got a frenetic pace of free associated images concerning the life and death of a tomato.


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An all-time classic.


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Sergio Leone commercial for Renault 18 Diesel, with music by Ennio Morricone

I don't think Edda dell Orso is singing though


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Amelia and the angel (1958).

If any of you have kids, show them this short. If you don't; enjoy the tenderness of it, and the amazing performance of the girl.

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Chantal Akerman has passed away. I've only seen News from Home and Hotel Monterey but I appreciated her unique style, even if it required patience.



What's interesting about her personality is how she rejected the title of feminist film maker even though everyone wanted to put her in that box. Most obits you'll read today are quick to include that label in their descriptions of her. I remember hearing that she did not like doing "women's film festivals" and preferred regular festivals instead.

> I won't say I'm a feminist film-maker ... I'm not making women's films, I'm making Chantal Akerman's films. (London, 1979)

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Go back to /pol/.


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What's wrong with his assertion? While the use of certain phrases does seem unorthodox he did bring a valid point: How much can someone fling gender criticism on a field where experimentation is the objective and lack of mainstream attention, or even established "art house" publishing, is rare?

Maybe some people can when we add the suspicious factors that take play in the auctioning and promotion of said art, but that usually just falls under good old nepotism heavily mixed with money laundering schemes.

And to make this somewhat on topic, i know this is not the board to place this but had to post that Dick fucking Dale died in the 16th of March. While perhaps not the absolute creator, he definitely was The Man in the Surf Rock guitar field, the most notable part of the genre and certainly one of the last icons of the Americana and Jukebox imagery.

As much of a guitar revolutionary as Hendrix, dude was also half-slav, half-classic arab. Interesting but somewhat obvious when we hear his musical influence.


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/pol/ is a little unhinged these days, talking themselves into mass murder, but I'm curious which part of that post you disagree with? Your zero effort reply gave no details.

I don't think Carolee Schneemann's work was unjustly lacking acclaim. She was well-regarded in film and art circles. It's possible some crappy artists surpassed her, but better artists also had less acclaim than her.

How much more successful should she have been?

ID politics is a way to get noticed. I was merely wondering if she used it to her advantage. In the last five years there's been plenty of cynical "woke" posturing for career advancement.




Don't start you niggers, just report and hide his post.




>just report

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ITT: GOAT Documentaries
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Posting this here so I remember to watch it


https://mega.nz/#!cN8VAawD!lM-G9KlXRyPz6gj7Rvqigt8INpKTdnkCIZgvS03n_-s, Harvest was mentioned in the top 250 thread might as well post it here. 1967 documentary about farmers in the American heartland.


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Here's another from Allan King.


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I didn't know about that one. I remember watching A Married Couple which was fairly interesting and surprisingly intimate.


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Any recommendations on mental illness or just general freak show documentaries? Something you don't watch to learn stuff, just to enjoy how truly fucked up some people are and laugh at how bad things are.

This is a documentary about a hotel staffed only by down syndromes and a few retard wranglers. I found it pretty entertaining.

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Post киноs with the kids (leading) characters.

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All these series are incredible. i've watched up to 35 up.


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I feel like coming-of-age films could be in a different category than Kid Kino, but here's a comfy one from the USSR. A boy aspires to be a drummer while struggling with his first romantic relationship.

I particularly like the mellow groove here, music that's right up my alley. I still haven't figured out the name of this band.



That girl is cute as fuck


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Here's a clip from Elyer Ishmukhamedov's debut film. I like hos this delightful sequence is constructed, beginning with a rush through the neighborhood streets.



Tarkovski is quintessential when it comes to portaying kids in film. It is actually one of his characteristics. I'm at the moment writing a text about the relationship of kids and tarkovski's films. There is no andrei film that doesn't touch the topic.

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I've been thinking about the purpose of this board. What is your opinion:

Do you think this should be a place to talk only about "high cinema", with words like "movie" or "director" forbidden (there are only "films" and "auteurs") with no "capeshits" and blockbusters and allowed,

Or, a place for discussion about every single film with no prejudices, as long it is a film and there is a discussion, not spamming pictures of Aiden Gillan. (there's >>>/tv/ for that)

Discuss, state your mind.
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Can anyone help me find a thread that was discussing how flat and boring digital film is.


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I found this >>10320



This was it, merci.


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I've been getting a fever about learning photography, it crossed my mind that back in Halfchan we had a board about that same topic. Doing an odd search on our front page here landed a result that at some point we also had a photography place with the same legacy name, /p/.

Standing at 1713 posts we can say the place was never a hotspot even in their early 2nd exodus days of October 2014, but they still go at it with the latest posts being as recent as 10 days ago ...so yes, still some activity around.

The point i wanted to reach was how about a photography general thread with those folks being formally invited? I know it's silly to ask for consensus but it's even sillier to start a thread with a complete amateur as myself. Sure even the old child modelling board with thousands of deleted posts got more activity but this would probably add some talent into the thread and reinvigorate that board's seemingly inert userbase, all 3 of them, plus i think maybe some anons might be interested here.

Just saying


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I've thought about making a photography thread before. I can't offer practical expertise though. So I intended to post about directors who were photographers, films about photography, and also a general imagedump of cool photos.

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Since we have the ability at 8chan to upload pdfs, here's a thread for sharing interesting books, magazines, and articles related to film.

You can also link to databases and other online resources, such as the Media History Digital Library:


> We are a non-profit initiative dedicated to digitizing collections of classic media periodicals that belong in the public domain for full public access. The project is supported by owners of materials who loan them for scanning, and donors who contribute funds to cover the cost of scanning. We have currently scanned over 1.3 million pages, and that number is growing.

> Our Collections feature Extensive Runs of several important trade papers and fan magazines.
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>Is there anything in the book that sticks out at you?

Well the whole idea is about "cutting on the blink". Murch talks about how blinking either accompanies a human switching to a new thought, or is even more directly part of how we switch to a new thought by "cutting" or creating a discontinuity between one moment and the next. He likes to cut a moment or two after a blink, and other things like that.

The rest of the book is a really dated analysis of digital editing that is only really interesting now as a curiosity.


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Here's a quality blog worth mentioning. It's an overview of significant films from 1895-1926. Includes a top film list for each year.

Click on a poster for a detailed review.


<A Cinema History

<This site presents a personal and chronological view of world cinema history, covering presently films from 1895 to 1926


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Cineuropa is the first European portal dedicated to cinema and audiovisual in 4 languages. With daily news, interviews, data bases, in-depth investigations into the audiovisual industry, Cineuropa aims at promoting the European film industry throughout the world. Welcome to a platform where professionals can meet and exchange information and ideas.


The East European Film Bulletin is a journalistic and literary project dedicated to the criticism of films related to Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe.



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I found this cool blogpost Top 50 Movies of the 21st Century


It's essentially a unique personal list, and I love the author's response to someone complaining about it


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I found another uniquely-focused film database:

Paintings in Movies


It could use some more submissions

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This thread should serve the purpose of the sharing and discussing of new and upcoming films. I'll start with the film November.

>In a Medieval Estonian village, a group of peasants use magic and folk remedies to survive the winter, and a young woman tries to get a young man to love her.

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> pander to Westerners.

I hope not, it would disappoint me then!!!




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Matthew Barney - REDOUBT

>Transposing the Diana myth onto a hunting party in the Northern Rockies, Barney paints a cinematic picture of the American West, trading his familiar baroque visuals for the straightforward sublimity of the landscape and the ineffable strangeness of its inhabitants. The film, a component of a larger project dated 2016–19, is a portrait of central Idaho, shot in the Sawtooth Range, east of Boise, where Barney lived from age six until college


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