How Jafar Panahi’s Films On Women Became An Act Of Rebellion

The enchanting journey of Jafar Panahi from a filmmaker to a rebel...
Posted On 17 Oct 2018

Asghar Farhadi’s “The Salesman” Is A Potent Mix Of Revenge & Remorse

After the splendid Academy Award winner A Separation written and directed by Asghar Farhadi, the talented filmmaker brings us The Salesman, another drama that triumphed at the Oscars, winning Best Foreign Language Film. Thomas Brownridge takes a closer look… The Salesman...

Top 10 Foreign Language Films Snubbed By The Oscars

Mark Fraser looks at 10 instances when the Oscars shunned some mighty talent...
Posted On 27 Feb 2017

“Kushuthara”, The First Bhutanese Film To Star A Western Actor, Gets Theatrical Release

Kushuthara, set for its US release in the spring, is likely to be one of the first Bhutanese films to make a real splash in Europe and North America...
Posted On 18 Jan 2017

“Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives” Compels & Infuriates

From the mind of writer-director Apichatpong Weerasethakul comes the contemplative Thai drama Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives...
Posted On 07 Jan 2017
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A Look At The Craziest TV Game Shows Played Around The World

Top 10 Films has a bit of fun as we look at three of the wackiest game shows played around the world...

10 Fruitful Collaborations Between Non-US Directors And Their Cinematographers

Mark Fraser continues his celebration of the work of great director-cinematographer partnerships in a top 10 featuring non-US film-makers and their directors of photography.
Posted On 25 Apr 2013

Top 10 Chinese-Language Films That Should Be In The Criterion Collection

Taste of Cinema writer David Zou sets out his Chinese-language wish list for Criterion. Will the likes of Farewell My Concubine and A Better Tomorrow make the Criterion Collection? Do they deserve to?