Delinlee De Cinephile

Since launching this blog in 2007 a popular point of contact for many readers has been the subject of recommended movies and documentaries.
Cinema is a bona fide part of precisely what keeps this blog alive, so with that in mind I’ve decided to incorporate a hit-list of titles, all of which have inspired me in countless ways and perhaps even lead me to where I am today. From me to you, here’s looking at a marathon viewing session filled with reflections, one-liners and thought-provoking moments of greatness. Enjoy!

LINLEE’S TOP 20 MUST-SEE TITLES (IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER):

1. Broken English – Zoe Cassavetes (2007)
2. Opening Night – John Cassavetes (1977)
3. Nights of Cabiria – Federico Fellini (1957)
4. Grey Gardens – David Maysles / Albert Maysles (1975)
5. Solaris – Andrei Tarkovsky (1972)
6. Mister Freedom – William Klein (1969)
7. Roma – Federico Fellini (1972)
8. The Band Wagon – Vincente Minnelli (1953)
9. Juliet of the Spirits – Federico Fellini (1965)
10. Punch Drunk Love – P.T Anderson (2002)
11. Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession – Xan Cassavetes (2004)
12. The Tenant – Roman Polanski (1976)
13. Love in the Afternoon – Eric Rohmer (1952)
14. California Suite – Herbert Ross (1978)
15. Hannah & Her Sisters – Woody Allen (1986)
16. The Conversation – Francis Ford Coppola (1974)
17. F for Fake – Orson Welles (1973)
18. The Fugitive Kind – Sidney Lumet (1959)
19. Spirits of the Dead – Federico Fellini, Roger Vadim, Louis Malle (1968)
20. Blade Runner – Ridley Scott (1982)

Delinlee De Cinephile