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  1. Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards - Best Film's icon

    Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards - Best Film

    Favs/dislikes: 10:0. The Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards (Chinese: 台北金馬影展; pinyin: Táiběi Jīnmǎ Yǐngzhǎn) is a film festival and awards ceremony held annually in Taiwan. It was founded in 1962, by Government Information Office, Republic of China (Taiwan). Note: There were no Golden Horse Film Awards held in 1964 or 1974.
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    Havana Film Festival - Grand Coral

    Favs/dislikes: 7:0. The Havana Film Festival is a Cuban festival that focuses on the promotion of Latin American filmmakers. This list contains the 1st place winners for best feature film.
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    Pula Film Festival - Big Golden Arena Award - Best Film

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. The Pula Film Festival (Croatian: Festival igranog filma u Puli) is the oldest Croatian film festival which is held annually in a Roman amphitheater known as the Pula arena since 1954. The festival is usually held in the summer, in July or August. Apart from film screenings open to the public, the annual Croatian film industry awards are also traditionally presented at the festival. The awards presented at the festival (called Golden Arenas) are the main national film awards in the country and they serve as the Croatian equivalent of the American Academy Awards, British BAFTA Awards, Spain's Goya Awards, France's César Award, etc. The festival was originally started in 1954 and within a few years it became the centerpiece event of the Yugoslav film industry, with first national awards being presented in 1957. This lasted until 1991, when the festival was cancelled due to the breakup of Yugoslavia, only to resume in 1992 as the Croatian film awards festival. It has been held every year since (with the exception of the 1994 edition which was also cancelled). [Wikipedia]
  4. "Hollywood" Magazine - Croatian Top 20's icon

    "Hollywood" Magazine - Croatian Top 20

    Favs/dislikes: 4:0. In 1999 "Hollywood" magazine in Croatia had a poll in which 42 critics, historians, and artists picked their top films. The starting list included 227 films produced by Croatian companies. Here are the Top 20.
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    Toppa Top 10: Ten Essential Caribbean Films

    Favs/dislikes: 4:0. "We had to put together a list of Caribbean film essentials to highlight some of the best of what the Caribbean has to offer in storytelling. This list focuses on feature films and skews towards the English-speaking islands and territories, but look out for future lists highlighting the essential Caribbean documentaries, Caribbean shorts and feature films from other languages and regions in the Caribbean." - Romola Davis / Caribbean Film Academy 1-10 Top 10 (unranked) 11-13 Honorable mentions
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    African Movie Academy - Best Film

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. The AMA awards are widely considered to be Africa's most important film event and the most prestigious film award in Africa.
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    Association for Romanian Film Promotion - Gopo Awards - Best Feature Film

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. The Gopo Awards (Romanian: Premiile Gopo) are the national Romanian film awards. They are presented by the Association for Romanian Film Promotion and were inaugurated in 2007. [Wikipedia]
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    Caribbean Film Database's Caribbean Classics

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. The Caribbean Film Database includes a section of classic films. These are films that live on from generation to generation because they are exceptionally well-made and reflect universal stories that transcend their period. There is a rich cinematic history in the Caribbean consisting of films from throughout the region that have not necessarily had wide-scale distribution or reached international audiences. Some films from our selection are more well known—The Harder They Come from Jamaica, for example—but other equally well-crafted films like Ava and Gabriel from Curaçao or One People from Suriname have had less recognition. In an effort to provide more exposure to the history of Caribbean filmmaking, we present the following selection of Caribbean Classics. Missing from IMDB: Dead Man's Gold (1932, Louis Tucker) Barbados, United Kingdom (1) Cuba (2-4) Cuba, Mexico, Spain (5) Dominican Republic (6-8) France, Germany, Haiti, United States of America (9) France, Martinique (10) France, Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles (11) Germany, Haiti, Canada, France (12) Guadaloupe, France (13) Guyana (14-15) Haiti (16-17) Haiti, United States of America (18) Jamaica (19-23) Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles (24) Puerto Rico (25-26) Puerto Rico, Mexico (27) Suriname, Netherlands (28) Trinidad and Tobago (29-33) Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom (34-35) United Kingdom (36-44) United States of America, Barbados (45)
  9. Festival of Slovenian Film - Vesna Award - Best Film's icon

    Festival of Slovenian Film - Vesna Award - Best Film

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. The Vesna Award is the main film award in Slovenia, named after the Slovene cult film of the 1960s (directed by František Čap). Each year at the Festival of Slovenian Film an expert jury bestows Vesna Awards in different categories. Here are the winners for best film. 2020 - No prize awarded
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    Lithuanian Film Academy - Silver Crane Award - Best Film

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. Sidabrinė gervė (silver crane) are the Lithuanian film industry awards for best actors, directors and films. [Wikipedia] 2019 - ceremony cancelled
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    Sarajevo Film Festival - Heart of Sarajevo Award - Best Film

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. The Sarajevo Film Festival is the premier and largest film festival in Southeast Europe, and is one of the largest in Europe. It was founded in Sarajevo in 1995 during the siege of Sarajevo in the Bosnian Independence War, and brings international and local celebrities to Sarajevo every year. It is held in August and showcases an extensive variety of feature and short films from around the world. [Wikipedia]
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    Travelling Caribbean Film Showcase (2007-2019)

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. The Travelling Caribbean Film Showcase (TCFS) is an annual film festival representing filmmakers from the Caribbean, Latin America, Africa and its diasporas. The Showcase is devoted to the preservation of the audiovisual memoir of the Caribbean in all its diversity. It offers an opportunity to learn and assess the achievements of the Caribbean film industry. First Traveling Caribbean Film Showcase (2007) Second Traveling Caribbean Showcase - For Youth (2009) Third Traveling Caribbean Showcase (2011) IV Edition - Devoted to the Caribbean Diaspora (2012) V Edition (2013) VI Edition - Dedicated to Caribbean Culture (2014) VII Edition - Dedicated to Diversity (2015) VIII Edition (2017-2018) This list includes all films screened at the festivals. MISSING from IMDB 1st Salt in My Eyes (Shamira Raphaela, 2002) - Aruba Steps to Forgiveness (Pamela Whitehall, 2005) - Barbados The Baobab Tree (Claire Once, 2005) - Barbados The Day of the Dead (Suzette Zayden, 2002) - Belize Jazz and Us (Gloria Rolando, 2004) - Cuba Port Au Prince is Mine (Rigoberto López, 2000) - Cuba Price: Hundred Thousand (Amauris Peres, 2006) - Dominican Republic Under the Shadow of Blood (José Gómez De Vargas, Natalia Cabral, 2005) - Dominican Republic 2nd La serpiente del cielo (Stephanie Rueckoldt, 2007) - Colombia El color no hace al ladrón (Frammy Garcia, Lady Fernandez, 2006) - Colombia Chester (Pablo Cespedes, 2006) - Costa Rica Kukuy El Guije Del Charco Azul En El Almiquí Valiente (Juan Ruiz, 2006) - Cuba El propietario (Ernesto Piña and Wilbur Noguel, 2007) - Cuba Una niña una escuela (Alejandro Ramirez, 2008) - Cuba Sin-derella (John Nagtegaal, Segni Bernardina, Robert Emperator, 2004) - Curacao Mira I diskubri (Corry van Heyningen, 1985) - Curacao My First Day in School (Sudani Mowaki, 2002) - Jamaica Cricket at School (Mary Wells, 2002) - Jamaica Forgive and Forget (Codae Pennicott, 2006) - Jamaica High Grade (Tony Robinson, 2006) - Jamaica Casa de Muñecas (Joaquín Zúniga, 2007) -Nicaragua) Creciendo (Virginia Lacayo and Arlene Centeno, 2005) - Nicaragua Puedo Volar (Cesar A. Zayas, 2005) - Dominican Republic Abigail (Justine Themen, 2007) - Suriname Sarajan, met het ene been in suriname, met het ene been in nederland (Hennah Draaibaar, 2004) - Suriname Deborah en Surinam (Helen Kamperveen, 2005) - Suriname Cheomarra, 53 Brothers and Sisters (Miriam Marks, 2007) - Suriname Work, Work, Work (Hester Jonkhout, 2007) - Suriname Villa Paramaribo: na wata, na faya; geen water, geen licht (Nina Jurna, 2004) - Suriname I Spy: things in my garden (Elspeth Duncan, 2006) - Trinidad & Tobago Something Doh Changes (Mathew Hudson, 2004) - Trinidad & Tobago Old Rabbit Die Hard (Camille Selvon, 2007) - Trinidad & Tobago The Red House (Shevon Guevara, 2006) - Trinidad & Tobago Atiba Williams (Bruce Paddington and Christopher Laird, 2000) - Trinidad & Tobago "One Minute for My Rights" - UNICEF [7 shorts] 3rd Hooked (Nigel Harris, 2009) - Antigua & Barbudas Tomasa in Time (Steven Berry) - Belize Mario, el niño de la tambora (Comfenalco and Cartagena Film Festival) - Colombia Leche (Alex Cottrell, 2008) - Columbia 20 Años (Joel Ruiz) - Cuba Una misma raza (Jorge Neyra) - Cuba Cecilia Valdés - Cuba Un cuento de Hadas (Rogelio Paris, 2008) - Cuba Pubertad: El Secreto de Javier (Ernesto Piña) - Cuba Pubertad: Me gustas tú, (Ernesto Piña) - Cuba Churandy - Curacao Woman!! - Haiti Anancy and Common Sense (Andrew Davies) - Jamaica Almendron Mi Corazon (Steve and Stéphanie James, 2008) - Guadeloupe / Cuba Southern Lights (Nathalie Glaudon) - Martinique ¡Ya No Mas! (Felix Zurita De Higes, 2010) - Nicaragua El valor de las mujeres: la lucha por el derecho a la tierra (Rossana Locaya) - Nicaragua El Tesoro perdido del Caribe (Félix Zurita and Joaquín Zuñiga, 2006) - Nicaragua Bolívar, canto al libertador (Nora Marcano Camacho, 1999) - Venezuela Calypso @ Dirty Jim's (Pascale Obolo, 2005) - Trinidad & Tobago Haiti Trembles (Claude Mancuso) - Haiti Lest We Forget (Produced by the Clare Hall Secondary School) - Antigua & Barbudas Finding Phoebe (Antigua Girl Guides) - Antigua & Barbudas The Vegetarian Super Machine 5 (Camille Selvon Abrahams) - Trinidad & Tobago Under The Leaf (Dominique Duport) - Guadeloupe A Voice of Our Own 4th El Barco Prometido (Luciano Capelli and Yazmin Ross, 2001) - Costa Rica Playing with words (Karel Ducasse, 2007) - Cuba Le lapin méchant (José E. García, 2009) - Cuba Yo Soy Tumbero (Bilko Cuervo) - Cuba Le chemin des mouettes (Sergio Gienes & Alexander Rodríguez, 2011) - Cuba Black Mozart in Cuba (Steve and Stephanie James, 2006) - Guadeloupe The Amerindians (Tracy Assing and Sophie Meyer) - Trinidad & Tobago Nawuin (José Marquez and Miguel Alvarado, 2010) - Venezuela Barrabás (Giuliano Salvatore, 2009) - Venezuela 5th Fans do Brasil (Steve's and Stéphanie James, 2008) - Guadeloupe 1912: Voces para un Silencio, Cap. 1 (Gloria Rolando, 2010) - Cuba Hija de puta (Alexandra Bas, 2011) - Venezuela Del Cafetal a la Tumba Francesa (Jean-François Chalut, 2010) - Haiti La Mystique du Baobab (Gerard Cesar and Dimitri Zandronis, 2011) - Guadeloupe Figueroa (Rigoberto López, 2007) - Cuba Moi, Maryse C. écrivain noire et rebelle. (Dimitry Zandronis, 2011) - Guadeloupe El oso Miyoi (Edgar Vivas, 2010) - Venezuela Guardianes del agua (Jean-Charles L'Ami, 2010) - Venezuela Abdala: El retorno de los señores de Xibalbá (Adrian López, 2011) - Cuba Eyeri, un músico con magia (Frank Elías, 2010) - Puerto Rico Town’s Queen The Faces of the Devil Without you, with you No chucho pie for dinner tonight Art Naif - Barbados/U.K. 6th Rumbero de Nacimiento – Rumbero by Birth (Angel Alderete, 2012) - Cuba Tengo Talento “El niño Jesús”‐ I have Talent “Jesus Kid” (Eli Jacobs Fantauzzi, 2013) - USA Rumbos de la Rumba: Parada Central Park – Rumba Roads (Berta Jottar, 2012) - Mexico Young Explorers Caribbean ‐ Point Fortin (Lorraine O'Connor, 2006) - Trinidad and Tobago Al Son de Miss Lizzie (Ileana Lacayo, 2010) - Nicaragua The Black Creoles (Maria Jose Alvarez and Martha Hernandez) - Nicaragua Maestro Issa (Frantz Voltaire) - Haiti Fly (Ermitis Blanco, Yolanda Durán, 2012) - Cuba - Organized by country of production Antigua and Barbuda (1) Bahamas (2-4) Barbados (5) Brazil, Costa Rica, Nicaragua (6) Canada (7-9) Chile, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela (10) Colombia (11-15) Cuba (16-42) Cuba, Dominican Republic (43) Cuba, Spain, France (44) Cuba, United States (45) Dominican Republic (46-50) Dominican Republic, Mexico (51) France (52-55) France, Cuba (56) France, Haiti (57) France, Martinique (58) France, Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles (59) Germany, Spain, United Kingdom, United States of America (60) Guadaloupe, France (61-62) Haiti (63-66) Haiti, United States of America (67) Jamaica (68-73) Mexico, Cuba (74) Netherlands (75-77) Netherlands Antilles, Netherlands (78) Nicaragua (79) Puerto Rico (80-82) Saint Lucia (83) South Africa, Netherlands, Germany (84) Suriname (85) Trinidad and Tobago (86-90) Trinidad and Tobago, France (91) Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom (92) United Kingdom (93-96) United States (97-102) United States of America, St. Vincent and the Grenadines (103) United States, Cuba (104) United States, Jamaica, United Kingdom (105) United States, Trinidad and Tobago (106) United States, Venezuela (107) Venezuela (108-117)
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    Ak Ilbirs Awards - Best Kyrgyz Film

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. "Ak Ilbirs Awards" is held annually and takes place in the Kyrgyz Republic, awarding each year's winners in different categories. The main purpose of Ak Ilbirs Awards is to improve the quality of cinema, produced by national film production, as well as to provide an incentive for further development by selecting the best works in each category, approved by authority committee. Missing: The Princess Nasikn (dir. Erkin Saliyev)
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    All-Union Film Festival - Grand Prize

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. The All-Union Film Festival (Russian: Всесоюзный кинофестиваль; tr.:Vsesoyuznyy kinofestival, also known as ВКФ; VKF) was one of the most important film festivals of the Soviet Union. It was founded in 1958 and held regularly from 1964-1988. It was held annually from 1972 onwards, and bi-annually before that (before 1964, there were festivals in the years 1958, 1959 and 1960). The list includes the winners of Best Fiction Film and several years where a Grand Prize was awarded instead. There are some festival years where neither of these prizes appear to have been given. Notes: Osvobozhdenie (1969) - Award was given to parts 3 & 4 1958 * 1959 * 1960 * I - 1964, Leningrad * (Tie) II - 1966, Kiev III - 1968, Leningrad IV - 1970, Minsk * V - 1972, Tbilisi * VI - 1973, Alma-Ata VII - 1974 Baku * VIII - 1975, Chisinau * IX - 1976, Frunze * X - 1977, Riga XI - 1978, Yerevan XII - 1979, Ashgabat * XIII - 1980, Dushanbe * XIV - 1981, Vilnius XV - 1982, Tallinn XVI - 1983, Leningrad XVII - 1984, Kiev * XVIII - 1985, Minsk XIX - 1986, Alma-Ata XX - 1987, Tbilisi * XXI - 1988, Baku * Years currently included on list
  15. Asia-Pacific Film Festival - Best Film's icon

    Asia-Pacific Film Festival - Best Film

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. The Asia-Pacific Film Festival, first held in 1954, is film festival held annually in an Asian country designated by the Board of Directors of the Federation of Motion Picture Producers in Asia-Pacific. [Wikipedia] Note: incomplete list of winners
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    Cartagena Film Festival - Golden India Catalina Award - Best Film

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. The Cartagena Film Festival, which is held every March, is the oldest film festival in Latin America. [Wikipedia] Notes: not awarded every year tie in 2000
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    Carthage Film Festival - Tanit d'or

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. The Carthage Film Festival (Journées cinématographiques de Carthage, or JCC) is a film festival that takes place in Tunis. Created in 1966, it is to date the oldest event of its kind still active in Africa. Initially biennial alternating with the Carthage Theatre Festival, it became annual in 2014. The Tanit d'or is the grand prize of the Carthage Film Festival. The award is named for the lunar goddess of ancient Carthage and takes the shape of her symbol, a triangle surmounted by a horizontal line and a circle.
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    Dr-Faustus's FILM LIFE: Chapters 1 to 28

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. This list is from Dr-Faustus on IMDB. It appears to have replaced and expanded upon the Real Life Horrors list.
  19. Motion Pictures Association of Korea - Grand Bell Award - Best Film's icon

    Motion Pictures Association of Korea - Grand Bell Award - Best Film

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. The Grand Bell Awards (Hangul: 대종상 영화제; RR: Daejongsang Yeonghwajae), also known as Daejong Film Awards, is an awards ceremony presented annually by The Motion Pictures Association of Korea for excellence in film in South Korea. [Wikipedia]
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    A Cuban Cinema Companion

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. With the recent shift in Cuba-US relations stemming from the relaxing of travel restrictions and an influx of American visitors, interest in Cuba and its culture has increased substantially. A new emphasis has been placed on the island country’s many cultural and artistic achievements, specifically in film. Cuban cinema is recognized around the world as having produced some of the most celebrated works originating from Latin America—such as Fresa y Chocolate and La Muerte de un Burócrata—as well as many prominent artists—including directors Tomás Gutiérrez Alea and Humberto Solás. In A Cuban Cinema Companion, editors Salvador Jimenez Murguía, Sean O’Reilly, and Amanda McMenamin have assembled a collection of essays about more than 100 films across six decades, including feature films, documentaries, and animation. These entries also provide information on directors, actresses, and actors of Cuban cinema. Entries range from films like Retrato de Teresa to Buena Vista Social Club and include descriptions of each film’s plot, themes, and critical commentary, as well as comprehensive production details and brief suggestions for further reading. Beginning with the victory of the Cuban revolution—from the first ten years of what is often referred to as Cuba’s “Golden Age” of film to the present—this volume offers readers valuable insights into Cuban history, politics, and culture. An indispensable guide to one of the great world cinemas, A Cuban Cinema Companion will be of interest to students, academics, and the general public alike. Missing from IMDB: El maná / Manna (1960) 1912: Voces para un silencio / 1912: Breaking the Silence / (Chapters 1, 2, and 3) (2010, 2011, 2012) Severo secreto / Secret Severo (2016) El Siglo de las Luces / Explosion in a Cathedral (1992)
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    African Cinema: Politics & Culture

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. African Cinema: Politics and Culture by Manthia Diawara Drawing on political science, economics, history, and cultural studies, Diawara provides an insider's account of the development and current status of African cinema. He discusses such issues as film production and distribution, and film aesthetics from the colonial period to the present. Missing from IMDB: Un ano de independencia (1975) La biche (1971) Le bon samaritain (1976) Carrefour humain (1969) Le choix (1987) Croyances et survivances (1965) Le Hasard n’existe pas (1975) Histoire de la tuberculose (1973) Impact (1975) Jour de Tourments (1983) Kolormask (1985) Ky, Moustapha (1976) Pentangin (1983) Profil ivorien (1968) Récolte du coton (1969) Sénégal, ma pirogue (1962) Sixiéme sillon (1966) Soeur Annuarite, une vie pour Dieu (1978) Son of Africa (1970) Sou angolano trabalho come farca (1975) Sur le chemin de la réconciliation (1976) Sur le sentier du requiem (1971) Les tam-tams se sont tus requiem (1972) Tilai (1990) Unity in Feasts (1980) Vinceremos (1965) Viva FRELIMO (1969) Voyage presidentiel en Urss (1962) Le wazzou polygame (1971) - List of films from the index, organized by country of origin Algeria (1-3) Algeria, Senegal, Tunisia (4) Angola (5) Angola, France, Congo (6) Argentina, Brazil (7) Belgium, France, Zaire (8) Brazil, Nigeria (9) Burkina Faso (10-12) Burkina Faso, France (13) Burkina Faso, France, Germany, Japan, Mali (14) Burkina Faso, France, Germany, Switzerland, United Kingdom (15) Burkina Faso, France, Mauritania (16) Burkina Faso, Switzerland, France (17) Cameroon (18) Cote D'Ivoire (19-25) France (26-29) France, Burkina Faso (30) France, Côte d'Ivoire (31) France, Italy (32) France, Mali (33) France, Martinique (34) France, Niger (35) Gabon (36) Germany, Nigeria (37) Ghana (38-41) Guinea, Morocco, Senegal (42) Mali (43-46) Mozambique (47-48) Niger, France (49) Nigeria (50-58) Nigeria, Sweden, United States of America (59) Senegal (60-70) United Kingdom (71) United States of America, Tanzania (72)
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    América Latina en 130 películas

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. List of films featured in the 2010 book. Author: Jorge Ruffinelli Publisher: Uqbar Editores The book aims to reclaim the powerful filmography of the region, spanning countries like Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Cuba, and Central America. Ruffinelli, a professor, critic, and researcher with deep knowledge and a vast collection of these films, has curated a selection of the most significant works. The book, filled with images from the films themselves and presented in a screen format, stands as a unique and essential piece for cinema enthusiasts, showcasing the hidden or forgotten gems of Latin American cinema. Country Index: Argentina Prisioneros de la tierra (1939) Historia de una noche (1941) La guerra gaucha (1942) El retrato (1947) La escalinata (1950) Más allá del olvido (1956) Alias Gardelito (1961) La mano en la trampa (1961) Los inundados (1962) Crónica de un niño solo (1965) Invasión (1969) Breve cielo (1969) Tiempo de revancha (1981) Camila (1984) La historia oficial (1985) La película del rey (1986) Imagen latente (1988) El misterio de la felicidad (1988) La casa del ángel (1989) La despedida (1991) Corazón iluminado (1994) Historias mínimas (1997) El hijo de la novia (2001) Relatos salvajes (2014) La patota (2015) Infancia clandestina (2012) La odisea de los giles (2019) Brazil Limite (1931) Ganga Bruta (1933) Vidas Secas (1963) Deus e o Diabo na Terra do Sol (1964) Os Fuzis (1964) Todas as Mulheres do Mundo (1966) Macunaíma (1969) A Hora e Vez de Augusto Matraga (1965) São Paulo, Sociedade Anônima (1965) Lucía (1968) Memorias del subdesarrollo (1968) Canoa (1976) Aleluia Gretchen (1976) Coronel Delmiro Gouveia (1978) Bye Bye Brasil (1980) Pixote: A Lei do Mais Fraco (1981) El super (1989) Dona Flor e Seus Dois Maridos (1979) Sargento Getúlio (1979) A Intrusa (1979) Eles Não Usam Black-Tie (1981) Gaijin - Os Caminhos da Liberdade (1980) Cidade de Deus (2002) Central do Brasil (1998) Amores perros (2000) Chile El húsar de la muerte (1925) ¡Vámonos con Pancho Villa! (1936) Fuera de la ley (1937) La vuelta al nido (1938) Palomita Blanca (1973) La zona (2007) La lección de pintura (2008) Neruda (2016) No (2012) Colombia Cóndores no entierran todos los días (1984) María, llena eres de gracia (2004) El abrazo de la serpiente (2015) Cuba Lucía (1968) Memorias del subdesarrollo (1968) De cierta manera (1977) Retrato de Teresa (1979) El Super (1979) Mexico Ahí está el detalle (1940) Pueblerina (1949) Calabacitas tiernas (1949) Una familia de tantas (1949) Apenas un delincuente (1949) Los olvidados (1950) Aventurera (1950) La oveja negra (1949) Tiburoneros (1963) La tarea (1997) El crimen del padre Amaro (2002) Y tu mamá también (2001) María, llena eres de gracia (2004) Babel (2006) Lake Tahoe (2008) Como agua para chocolate (1993) Amores perros (2000) La nana (2009) Peru La teta asustada (2009) Spain La niña de tus ojos (1998) La frontera del miedo (1992) La mujer sin cabeza (2007) La historia oficial (1985) El Norte (1983) Uruguay La tregua (1974) La película del rey (1986) La noche de 12 años (2018) Gigante (2009) Venezuela El pez que fuma (1977)
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    AMP's 10 Mongolian Films Worth Watching

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. As we have mentioned before in our review of films from the country, Mongolian cinema has been taking gradual steps towards a very interesting path, away from the exotification of the country, which usually revolves around stories taking place in green fields, and instead dealing with contemporary themes, which, most of the time, take place in the urban centre. This effort, which is mostly driven from two companies, Mongolfilms Distribution and The Filmbridge has resulted in a number of very intriguing productions, which also, finally, move also towards genre paths, apart from arthouse ones. In this article, we present ten of the most noteworthy, once more with a focus on diversity, in reverse chronological order. Missing from IMDB: The Only Reason (2022) by Batzaya Gandush Gergi (2020) by Janchivdorj Sengedorj
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    Anahit - Armenian Film Awards - Best Film

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Anahit National Film Awards is a unique way of finding, motivating and appreciating local filmmakers and their work. The "Anahit" National Film Award is aimed at transforming the criteria of evaluation of films, by encouraging the discovery of new names and promoting the films, which have already been selected. There are 38 members of the Armenian National Film Academy, who have contributed to the history of modern Armenian cinema, are the ones deciding who will be the winners.
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    APRECI - Best Peruvian Film

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. In 2009, APRECI (Asociación Peruana de Prensa Cinematográfica) established its awards with the purpose of contributing to the promotion and recognition of quality Peruvian and Latin American cinema. The affiliates vote every year for the best Peruvian feature film released in the country.
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