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  • 2011 in review: The full poll

    101 critics and curators remember their film highlights of the year.

    Sight & Sound contributors
    Monday 5 December 2011

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  • The best films of 2011

    In a strong year for arthouse cinema, Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life is the clear winner of the S&S poll of international critics’ best films of 2011, says Nick James.

    Nick James
    Monday 5 December 2011

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  • The best web video of 2010

    14 critics and curators on their favourite videos new to the web in 2010.

    Sight & Sound contributors
    Tuesday 1 February 2011

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  • The DVDs of 2010

    24 critics and curators choose their releases – and rediscoveries – of the year. Introduced by James Bell.

    James Bell, Sight & Sound contributors
    Tuesday 21 December 2010

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  • From the Magazine

    The best films of 2010

    David Fincher and Apichatpong Weerasethakul vying for the top spot in the S&S annual poll proves at least that auteur cinema is alive and well across the globe, says Nick James.


    Thursday 31 December 2009

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  • From the Magazine

    The films of 2009

    A Prophet, The Hurt Locker and 35 Shots of Rum lead our favourite releases of the year. Jonathan Romney discerns a French resurgence and an unprecedentedly strong showing by women directors.

    Sight & Sound contributors, Jonathan Romney
    Tuesday 6 January 2009

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  • From the Magazine

    The films of 2008

    Hunger was a clear winner in a year of unexpectedly terrific films, says Nick James.

    Sight & Sound contributors, Nick James
    Wednesday 31 December 2008

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  • From the Magazine

    The best films of 2006

    The year of Hidden, Volver and more.


    Sunday 31 December 2006

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  • From the Magazine

    The best films of 2005

    Brokeback Mountain, A History of Violence and The Holy Girl lead our poll in a year when a British horror film breached our top ten. Have the movies got richer, or are critical tastes diverging?

    Sight & Sound contributors, Nick James
    Thursday 15 December 2005

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