Category Archives: Top 10 of the year

My Oscars: Best and Worst of 2012

Best Debut: Ben Rivers for Two Years at Sea (also my film of the year).   Best Screenplay: Lisa Aschan & Josefine Adolfsson for the intelligent way they handle the angst-ridden introduction of young girls into womanhood in She Monkeys.

My Oscars: Best and Worst of 2012

Best Debut: Ben Rivers for Two Years at Sea (also my film of the year).   Best Screenplay: Lisa Aschan & Josefine Adolfsson for the intelligent way they handle the angst-ridden introduction of young girls into womanhood in She Monkeys.

The 2012 Cinema Year in Review + Top 10 Films of 2012

The Big Picture 2012 was in many ways a landmark year for the film industry. Worldwide, more films were screened with digital film projectors than analogue ones; Fujifilm stopped producing film stock due to low demand; the year also saw a shift

The 2012 Cinema Year in Review + Top 10 Films of 2012

The Big Picture 2012 was in many ways a landmark year for the film industry. Worldwide, more films were screened with digital film projectors than analogue ones; Fujifilm stopped producing film stock due to low demand; the year also saw a shift

My Top 10 films of 2011

For months now, critics and cinephiles all over the world have invested an extraordinary amount of time and effort preparing their end of year film lists. Blogs, magazines, podcasts and tweets have been filled with an assortment of best of/worst

My Top 10 films of 2011

For months now, critics and cinephiles all over the world have invested an extraordinary amount of time and effort preparing their end of year film lists. Blogs, magazines, podcasts and tweets have been filled with an assortment of best of/worst

My Top Ten Films of 2010

 1. Samson and Delilah. A tragi-comic (mostly silent) love story about two aboriginal teenagers who try to escape their troubled lives on a reserve. Funny, political and deeply personal, this debut feature by aboriginal filmmaker Warwick Thornton never lets you pity

My Top Ten Films of 2010

 1. Samson and Delilah. A tragi-comic (mostly silent) love story about two aboriginal teenagers who try to escape their troubled lives on a reserve. Funny, political and deeply personal, this debut feature by aboriginal filmmaker Warwick Thornton never lets you pity