Arts & Faith presents their Top 100 Films

by Anna Blanch on March 3, 2010

Image, a journal of literature and the arts, has put together their 2010 Arts & Faith Top 100 Films list.
I strongly encourage you to take a look.

Arts & Faith describes the list as:

showcasing top films and directors from around the world and spanning cinematic history from silent movies (F.W. Murnau’s Sunrise, 1927) to films currently in theaters (the Coen Brothers’ Oscar-nominated A Serious Man), the list is the culmination of years of discussion and debate within the Arts & Faith online community.

For a reflection on the significance of the list, read this post by Jeffrey Overstreet at Image‘s “Good Letters” blog.

I have to admit that I’ve seen a grand total of 1 film on this list. That’s it. One.
There’s also a substantial number of foreign language films on the list which suprised me. It probably shouldn’t have. But it did.

HT: (Almost) Doc Holliday for sharing!

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