Sunday, 8 February 2015

Top 20 Films of 2014


1. Inherent Vice
(Paul Thomas Anderson, USA)








2. Stray Dogs
(Tsai Ming-Liang, Taiwan)







3. From What Is Before
(Lav Diaz, Philippines)







4. Journey to the West
(Tsai Ming-Liang, Taiwan)







5. Boyhood
(Richard Linklater, USA)







6. The Wind Rises
(Hayao Miyazaki, Japan)







7. National Gallery
(Frederick Wiseman, USA)







8. Juaja
(Lisandro Alonso, Argentina)







9. Goodbye to Language
(Jean-Luc Godard, France)







10. Under the Skin
(Jonathan Glazer, UK)







11. Hard to be a God
(Alexei German, Russia)







12. Manakamana
(Stephanie Spray & Pancho Velez, Nepal/USA)







13. Selma
(Ava DuVernay, USA)







14. Concerning Violence
(Göran Olsson, Sweden)







15. Two Days, One Night
(Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne, Belgium)







16. Li'l Quinquin
(Bruno Dumont, France)







17. The Duke of Burgundy
(Peter Strickland, UK)







18. Leviathan
(Andrey Zyagintsev, Russia)







19. Maps to the Stars
(David Cronenberg, Canada)








20. It Follows
(David Robert Mitchell, USA)





Review: Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death




My review of Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death for Little White Lies can be found here :





Interview: Frederick Wiseman




My interview with legendary US documentay filmmaker, Frederick Wiseman can be found in the latest issue of Little White Lies magazine, the Inherent Vice Issue.