Amir Naderi


Voted for

Citizen Kane1941Orson Welles
1963Federico Fellini
Ugetsu Monogatari1953Kenji Mizoguchi
L'Atalante1934Jean Vigo
2001: A Space Odyssey1968Stanley Kubrick
Throne of Blood1957Akira Kurosawa
Tystnaden1963Ingmar Bergman
The Searchers1956John Ford
Late Spring1949Yasujirō Ozu
Vertigo1958Alfred Hitchcock


Over the decades, a lot has been said about every one of these iconic films, dissecting them from every possible angle. For me, the most significant aspect of these films is how they’ve pushed the envelope, again and again, stood the test of time, and become milestones in the development of film as a language. Films of this calibre are true treasures for new cinephiles, connected by the infinite magic of cinema, not just as a relic from the past, but as stepping stones to the future.


Amir Naderi