Die Lieblingsfilme der Filmemacher: Erste Einzellisten vom Sight and Sound Poll [UPDATE]

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Über die von Sight & Sound bzw. Filmemachern und Kritikern gekürten “50 größten Filme aller Zeiten” wurde hier und andernorts bereits angeregt diskutiert (“Vertigo” hat “Citizen Kane” natürlich vollkommen zu Recht abgelöst). Bevor am 22. August die Einzellisten aller 358 beteiligten Regisseure (also denjenigen, die sich am Vote beteiligten) erscheinen, gibt es hier schon mal die Top Ten Listen von Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese, Michael Mann (Avatar?!?), Francis Ford Coppola, Woody Allen, Guillermo Del Toro, Sean Durkin, Michel Hazavanicius und Edgar Wright:

Quentin Tarantino

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly (1966, dir. Sergio Leone)
Apocalypse Now (1979, dir. Francis Ford Coppola)
The Bad News Bears (1976, dir. Michael Ritchie)
Carrie” (1976, dir. Brian DePalma)
Dazed And Confused (1993, dir. Richard Linklater)
The Great Escape (1963, dir. John Sturges)
His Girl Friday (1940, dir. Howard Hawks)
Jaws (1975, dir. Steven Spielberg)
Pretty Maids All In A Row (1971, dir. Roger Vadim)
Rolling Thunder (1977, dir. John Flynn)
Sorcerer (1977, dir. William Friedkin)
Taxi Driver (1976, dir. Martin Scorsese)

Martin Scorsese

8 1/2 (1963, dir. Federico Fellini)
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968, dir. Stanley Kubrick)
Ashes And Diamonds (1958, dir. Andrzej Wajda)
Citizen Kane (1941, dir. Orson Welles)
The Leopard (1963, dir. Luchino Visconti)
Paisan (1946, dir. Roberto Rossellini)
The Red Shoes (1948, dir. Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger)
The River (1951, dir. Jean Renoir)
Salvatore Giuliano (1962, dir. Francesco Rosi)
The Searchers (1956, dir. John Ford)
Ugetsu Monogatari (1953, dir. Kenji Mizoguchi)
Vertigo (1958, dir. Alfred Hitchcock)

Michael Mann

Apocalypse Now (1979, dir. Francis Ford Coppola)
Battleship Potemkin (1925, dir. Sergei Eisenstein)
Citizen Kane (1941, dir. Orson Welles)
Avatar (2009, dir. James Cameron)
Dr. Strangelove (1964, dir. Stanley Kubrick)
Biutiful (2010, dir. Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu)
My Darling Clementine (1946, dir. John Ford)
The Passion Of Joan Of Arc (1928, dir. Carl Theodor Dreyer)
Raging Bull (1980, dir. Martin Scorsese)
The Wild Bunch (1969, dir. Sam Peckinpah)

Francis Ford Coppola

Ashes And Diamonds (1958, dir. Andrzej Wajda)
The Best Years Of Our Lives (1946, dir William Wyler)
I Vitteloni (1953, dir. Federico Fellini)
The Bad Sleep Well (1960, dir. Akira Kurosawa)
Yojimbo (1961, dir. Akira Kurosawa)
Singin’ In The Rain (1952, dir. Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly)
The King Of Comedy (1983, dir Martin Scorsese)
Raging Bull (1980, dir. Martin Scorsese)
The Apartment (1960s, dir. Billy Wilder)
Sunrise (1927, dir. F.W. Murnau)

Woody Allen

Bicycle Thieves (1948, dir. Vittorio De Sica)
The Seventh Seal (1957, dir. Ingmar Bergman)
Citizen Kane (1941, dir. Orson Welles
Amarcord (1973, dir. Federico Fellini
8 1/2 (1963, dir. Federico Fellini)
The 400 Blows (1959, dir. Francois Truffaut)
Rashomon (1950, dir. Akira Kurosawa)
La Grande Illusion (1937, dir. Jean Renoir)
The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie (1972, dir. Luis Bunuel)
Paths Of Glory (1957, dir. Stanley Kubrick)

Guillermo Del Toro

Frankenstein (1931, dir. James Whale)
Freaks (1932, dir. Todd Browning)
Shadow Of A Doubt (1943, dir. Alfred Hitchcock)
Greed (1925, dir. Erich Von Stroheim)
Modern Times (1936, dir. Charlie Chaplin)
La Belle et la Bête (1946, dir. Jean Cocteau)
Goodfellas (1990, dir. Martin Scorsese)
Los Olvidados (1950, dir. Luis Bunuel)
Nosferatu (1922, dir. F.W. Murnau)
8 1/2 (1963, dir. Federico Fellini)

Sean Durkin

The Shining (1980, dir. Stanley Kubrick)
Rosemary’s Baby (1968, dir. Roman Polanski)
Jaws (1975, dir. Steven Spielberg)
3 Women (1977, dir. Robert Altman)
The Birds (1963, dir. Alfred Hitchcock)
The Goonies (1985, dir. Richard Donner)
The Piano Teacher (2001, dir. Michael Haneke)
Persona (1966, dir. Ingmar Bergman)
The Panic In Needle Park (1971, dir. Jerry Schatzberg)
The Conformist (1970, dir. Bernardo Bertolucci)

Michel Hazavanicius

City Girl (1930, dir. F.W. Murnau)
City Lights (1931, dir. Charlie Chaplin)
To Be Or Not To Be (1942, dir. Ernst Lubitsch)
Citizen Kane (1941, dir. Orson Welles)
The Apartment (1960, dir. Billy Wilder)
The Shining (1980, dir. Stanley Kubrick)
North By Northwest (1959, dir. Alfred Hitchcock)
The Third Man (1949, dir. Carol Reed)
Raging Bull (1980, dir. Martin Scorsese)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937, dir. Walt Disney)

Edgar Wright

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968, dir. Stanley Kubrick)
An American Werewolf In London (1981, dir. John Landis)
Carrie (1976, dir. Brian DePalma)
Dames (1934, dir. Ray Enright & Busby Berkeley)
Don’t Look Now (1973, dir. Nicolas Roeg)
Duck Soup (1933, dir. Leo McCarey)
Psycho (1960, dir. Alfred Hitchcock)
Raising Arizona (1987, dir. The Coen Brothers)
Taxi Driver (1976, dir. Martin Scorsese)
The Wild Bunch (1969, dir. Sam Peckinpah)

UPDATE 07.08.

Richard Ayoade

Persona (1966, dir. Ingmar Bergman)
Le Mépris (1963, dir. Jean-Luc Godard)
Raging Bull (1980, dir. Martin Scorsese)
Ordet (1955, dir. Carl Theodor Dreyer)
Barry Lyndon (1975, dir. Stanley Kubrick)
Crimes And Misdemeanors (1989, dir. Woody Allen)
The Apartment (1960, dir. Billy Wilder)
Tokyo Story (1953, dir. Yasujiro Ozu)
Make Way For Tomorrow (1937, dir. Leo McCarey)
Badlands (1973, dir. Terrence Malick)

Bong Joon-Ho

A City Of Sadness (1989, dir. Hou Hsiao-hsien)
Cure (1997, dir. Kiyoshi Kurosawa)
The Housemaid (1960, dir. Kim Ki-young)
Fargo (1996, dir. The Coen Brothers)
Psycho (1960, dir. Alfred Hitchcock)
Raging Bull (1980, dir. Martin Scorsese)
Touch Of Evil (1958, dir. Orson Welles)
Vengeance Is Mine (1973, dir. Shohei Imamura)
The Wages Of Fear (1953, dir. Henri-Georges Clouzot)
Zodiac (2007, dir. David Fincher)

Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne

Accatone (1961, dir. Pier Paolo Pasolini)
The Big Heat (1953, dir. Fritz Lang)
Dodes’ka-den (1970, dir. Akira Kurosawa)
Germany Year Zero (1948, dir. Roberto Rossellini)
Loulou (1980, dir. Maurice Pialat)
Modern Times (1936, dir. Charlie Chaplin)
The Searchers (1956, dir. John Ford)
Shoah (1985, dir. Claude Lanzmann)
Street Of Shame (1956, dir. Kenji Mizoguchi)
Sunrise (1927, dir. F.W. Murnau)

Asghar Farhadi

Rashomon (1950, dir. Akira Kurosawa)
La Strada (1954, dir. Federico Fellini)
The Godfather (1972, dir. Francis Ford Coppola)
Tokyo Story (1953, dir. Yasujiro Ozu)
The Apartment (1960, dir. Billy Wilder)
Three Colors Red (1994, dir. Krzysztof Kieslowski)
Take The Money And Run (1969, dir. Woody Allen)
Scenes From A Marriage (1973, dir. Ingmar Bergman)
Taxi Driver (1976, dir. Martin Scorsese)
Modern Times (1936, dir. Charlie Chaplin)

Miranda July

Blind (1987, dir. Frederick Wiseman)
Smooth Talk (1985, dir. Joyce Chopra)
Vertigo (1958, dir. Alfred Hitchcock)
After Life (1998, dir. Hirokazu Koreeda)
Somewhere In Time (1980, dir. Jeannot Szwarc)
Cheese (2007, dir. Mika Rottenberg)
Punch Drunk Love (2002, dir. Paul Thomas Anderson)
The Red Balloon (1956, dir. Albert Lamorisse)
A Room With A View (1985, dir. James Ivory)
Fish Tank (2009, dir. Andrea Arnold)

Mike Leigh

American Madness (1932, dir. Frank Capra)
Andrei Rublev (1966, dir. Andrei Tarkovsky)
I Am Cuba (1964, dir. Mikhai Kalatozov)
The Emigrants (1971, dir. Jan Troell)
How A Mosquito Operates (1912, dir. Winsor McCay)
Jules Et Jim (1962, dir. Francois Truffaut)
Radio Days (1987, dir. Woody Allen)
Songs From The Second Floor (2000, dir. Roy Andersson)
Tokyo Story (1953, dir. Yasujiro Ozu)

Steve McQueen

The Battle Of Algiers (1966, dir. Gillo Pontecorvo)
Zero de Conduite (1933, dir. Jean Vigo)
La Regle du Jeu (1939, dir. Jean Renoir)
Tokyo Story (1953, dir. Yasujiro Ozu)
Couch (1964, dir. Andy Warhol)
Le Mépris (1963, dir. Jean-Luc Godard)
Beau Travail (1998, dir. Claire Denis)
Once Upon A Time In America (1984, dir. Sergio Leone)
The Wages Of Fear (1953, dir. Henri-Georges Clouzot)
Do The Right Thing (1989, dir. Spike Lee)

Jeff Nichols

Cool Hand Luke (1967, dir. Stuart Rosenberg)
Badlands (1973, dir. Terrence Malick)
Hud (1963, dir. Martin Ritt)
The Hustler (1961, dir. Robert Rossen)
Lawrence Of Arabia (1962, dir. David Lean)
Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid (1969, dir. George Roy Hill)
Jaws (1975, dir. Steven Spielberg)
North By Northwest (1959, dir. Alfred Hitchcock)
Stagecoach (1939, dir. John Ford)
Fletch (1985, dir. Michael Ritchie)

David O. Russell

It’s A Wonderful Life (1946, dir. Frank Capra)
Chinatown (1974, dir. Roman Polanski)
Goodfellas (1990, dir. Martin Scorsese)
Vertigo (1958, dir. Alfred Hitchcock)
Pulp Fiction (1994, dir. Quentin Tarantino)
Raging Bull (1980, dir. Martin Scorsese)
Young Frankenstein (1974, dir. Mel Brooks)
The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie (1972, dir. Luis Bunuel)
The Godfather (1972, dir. Francis Ford Coppola)
Blue Velvet (1986, dir. David Lynch)
Groundhog Day (1993, dir. Harold Ramis)

Bela Tarr

Man With A Movie Camera (1929, dir. Dziga Vertov)
The Passion Of Joan Of Arc (1928, dir. Carl Theodor Dreyer)
Alexander Nevsky (1938, dir. Sergei Eisenstein)
M (1931, dir. Fritz Lang)
Au hasard Balthazar (1966, dir. Robert Bresson)
Vivre sa vie (1962, dir. Jean-Luc Godard)
Frenzy (1972, dir. Alfred Hitchcock)
Tokyo Story (1953, dir. Yasujiro Ozu)
The Round-Up (1965, dir. Miklós Jancsó)
Berlin Alexanderplatz (1980, dir. Rainer Werner Fassbinder)

Apichatpong Weerasethakul

Goodbye Dragon Inn (2003, dir. Ming-liang Tsai)
A Brighter Summer Day (1991, dir. Edward Yang)
Rain (1929, dir. Joris Ivens)
Empire (1964, dir. Andy Warhol)
Valentin de la Sierras (1971, dir. Bruce Baillie)
The Conversation (1974, dir. Francis Ford Coppola)
Full Metal Jacket (1987, dir. Stanley Kubrick)
The Eighties (1983, dir. Chantal Akerman)
The General (1926, dir. Buster Keaton)
Sátántangó (1994, dir. Bela Tarr)

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4 Comments

  1. Mr. Wincent Wega

    Warum listen manche 12 Filme auf?

  2. Oken

    Ich hätte ja schon gedacht, dass so berühmte Regisseure etwas mehr Ahnung von Filmen haben, das sind ja fast nur alte unbekannte Schinken …

  3. Moosbett

    @Oken

    Weil Ahnung haben bedeutet, nur Dinge zu kennen, die alle kennen? ;)

    Es liegt in der Natur der Sache dass die meisten der jüngeren Zuschauer heutzutage natürlich eher die Filme der 80er, 90er und 2000er kennen und lieben, weil sie damit aufgewachsen sind.

    Nun gibt es zwei Möglichkeiten: Entweder finden Leute grundsätzlich vor allem die Filme “ihrer” Generation schick, weshalb die Jury der altgedienten Experten hier vor allem die Klassiker anbringen. In 30 Jahren gibts dann evtl mehr Filme aus den 2000ern in solchen Listen. Oder die “besten” Vertreter von damals haben (aus diversen Gründen) mehr drauf als die besten von heute. Die Wahrheit liegt wohl irgendwo in der Mitte.

    Grundsätzlich ist es natürlich immer schwierig, Qualität zu messen. Man kann den etablierten Regisseuren aber schon zutrauen, dass sie die Filme auch aus handwerklichen Gründen ausgewählt haben und nicht nur nach dem Motto “Find ick geil”. Ich persönlich hab vielleicht die Hälfte der genannten Filme gesehen und ja: Mal abgesehen von dieser nostalgischen Aura sind das zu Recht Klassiker. Ist natürlich auch ne Frage des Anspruchs und wie sehr man sich von seinen Sehgewohnheiten emanzipieren kann.

  4. Quentins Lieblingsfilme (2) | endoplast.de

    […] gearbeitet hat und so Gelegenheit hatte, sich alle Filme der Welt anzusehen. Er scheint ein filmisches Gedächtnis zu haben, deshalb konnte er alle seine Filme aus Versatzstücken seiner alten Lieblingsfilme […]

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