Nachman Ingber

Teacher, history of cinema, cinema department, Tel Aviv university; artistic director, the Rabinovich Fund

Israel

Voted in the critics’ poll

Voted for

1963

Federico Fellini

Blow Up

1966

Michelangelo Antonioni

Citizen Kane

1941

Orson Welles

Last Laugh, The

1924

F. W. Murnau

Napoleon

1927

Abel Gance

Passion of Joan of Arc

1927

Carl Theodor Dreyer

Persona

1966

Ingmar Bergman

Seven Samurai

1954

Akira Kurosawa

Vertigo

1958

Alfred Hitchcock

White Ribbon, The

2009

Michael Haneke

Comments

All of these films look at cjnema in a different way. Actually, they redefine cinema. They give it a new and fresh perspective. They make us look at the medium in a new way.

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