Friday, 18 January 2008

Stray Thoughts

Monotonous drops of clamped thoughts
Blasted concrete ideologies;
Dastardly acts of unprovoked dare
Brandishing anew lights the tear;
Lights that provoke and clean the stench;
Strenuous perspiration,
Damp and cloud and fog and mist;
Unchallenged plethora of gullible aspirations
Shrouding myths and truths alike;
Self-annointed paragon and clumsy beatification;
Unfathomable glance at one's bete noire;
Implausible rationalities;
Bestial divinities that teach and taunt
the Fool, the Joker, the Rebel, the Wanderlust.

Monday, 14 January 2008

Confessions of a Dangerous Mind

It takes one to know one. The question is, do you have it what it takes to know me, whatever that means?


Circa 2006. Bob Dylan is trying to speak some sense into me. He is advising me to stop being a rolling stone. The brightness of my computer monitor is screaming into my face. A dirty keyboard is resting on my lap, and I’m expecting it to turn into a grand piano any moment. Feeling hungry and blue. Hoping for a revolution, or at least a revelation; but expecting none. Maybe the pages that follow will grant my wish.

Before I let words start pouring out of my mouth like streaming bullets out of a Khalashnikov, let me provide a statutory warning. The piece that I have intended to write is my autobiography, though I would prefer to call it an anti-autobiography. This is because, it will contain my story without evidence to corroborate what I say. After all, it is my word against mine as long as I do the writing…and the thinking. However, do not have any grand illusions from the author ‘cos if ever there was a no one, then he is one. So if you are as jobless as the author is, you are advised to park your brain (size doesn’t matter) at the nearest kerb and start reading the crap that is about to follow. And if you are not, then kindly use your good sense and act accordingly.

I’ve always been me. Or so I was led to think by this god-damned mind of mine. But the truth might be a tad different. The single most potent truth is that my name happens to be Shubhajit Lahiri…oh well, screw it, who the hell cares!

Twenty-two years might seem a long time. Ask any captive and he’ll succinctly explain it to you. But it hasn’t seemed too long to me. Maybe it’s because I learnt to appreciate time much later by which time a significant portion of that time had passed. It’s a long time nonetheless.

1984. 2006. Take any calculator, and ya’ll know what I’m blabbering about. That’s twenty-two years for you. In the meantime Soviet Communism turned Chinese, Berlin Wall was breached, the twin WTC towers were grounded by a bunch of Afghani hooligans, a bald-headed guy headed twice and head-butted once while a buck-toothed fellah managed only the former sometime in between, India earned the dubious honour of being home to billion members of the human species…well, the list can go on for a couple of pages. Though thanks to a Bill Gates, there’s isn’t any dearth of space, but I’ll save you all the crap and come straight to the point – yours truly was born and has went on to spend a couple of (not very fruitful) decades on the planet often referred to as earth.

Since this is supposed to be my autobiography or something of that sort, I can’t expect others to do the dirty work for me – supplying dates and incidents to prove my credibility. Facts can often be boring, and I’m sure you won’t care any more than anyone else as to when I became a two-limbed creature from a four-limbed one or for that matter when I first learned to conjure up improbable situations and have a good time with myself. Truly speaking I couldn’t care any more than you about such trivial occurrences. So I’ll skip the details.

Sixteen years before the third millennium, sometime on the 28th of October, a cacophonic wailing was heard at a private nursing home, I presume, to the sheer delight of a lady and a man. Incidentally they are my parents, and only they’ll be able to explain the depth of their joy. I’d rather not play with your tear-buds by trying to explain what a memorable event this was. I was too small then to feel any joy. Consequently I don’t feel any sense of nostalgia either.

I won’t lie about my origins as I’ve nothing to hide. I’m a Hindu Brahmin, whatever that means and anyway I don’t give a horse’s arse as to what entails being a Brahmin. So, even though technically I am a Brahmin ‘cos I’ve had my sacred thread ceremony (for the uninitiated, that’s the Hindu equivalent of baptism for Christians, and well, circumcision for the Muslims), I never feel like one. As coincidence would have it, my mother tongue is Bengali, though I could easily have been French, Japanese or for that matter, Tamilian. Biologically speaking, I’m a male and I’m not open to any debate on that front. I’m not as farsighted as I should be (once again biologically speaking), so my specs act as crutch for me.

Though I’m now old enough to tell a mighty tale out of my sucker of an existence thus far, it was not always so. After all, one doesn’t just end up being twenty two out of nowhere. A time machine might have made matters much simpler. However I’m completely unaware if any mortal has been able to realize the dreams of Messrs. Wells and Einstein. On second thoughts it doesn’t even matter a freaking penny ‘cos I ain’t got enough printed paper to pay for such ostentatiousness. So, understandably, I had to endure (though some may prefer to go for ‘experience’) every moment that went on to be a part of the whole.

However before I manage to arrest anybody’s attention with my life story, though truly speaking it doesn’t have enough crap to really catch anyone by their lapels, let me first give a brief picture of myself to all those unfortunate people who never got to meet me in person. The first thing you’ll notice is that, well, I’m a guy, and I’m sure you won’t need to have x-ray vision of Mr. Clark Kent to realize that. The next thing you might notice is that I wear specs. Though I’m far from being blind as a bat, my normal vision will not earn me any kudos from the house physician. So I’m forced to employ my twin-lens as a two-legged crutch rather than a twin-engine chopper. I happen to be fair – not as in fair and lovely, but as in skin colour. However, let me refrain from going into any detail on that front lest any psychoanalyst misconstrue my statements and call me a racist.

I am moderately tall by Indian standards. I guess that can be extended to few other country standards as well. I am broad by, well, any standards. However, a surrealist would observe that the earth has greater attraction for me than many others ‘cos gravitational force (read – attraction) is explicitly related with weight. I have everything that any normal male belonging to human species would have, both external like fingers (yup, that one too), limbs and torso, and internal – though I wouldn’t be able to confirm that right now but I sure feel that I am not missing out on anything inside my skeleton. And if ever a poll is conducted to rate looks, I would get only as many votes as any Regular Joe would get. Even if that turns out to be a conservative analysis, I assure you I am not being modest. So people look at me only when they need to. After all only a blind or a hopelessly vain person would speak to you staring at the sky.

I’m sure you have understood by now that I ain’t no superhero (read freak) out of Marvel comic strip. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth, ‘cos I am just another guy residing on this planet, or more specifically, in India. So if you had been patiently waiting to know more about some alter ego of mine, I am happy to disappoint you. And neither do you get any cookies if you had realized long back what I explicitly stated above.

Now let me tell you what I have learnt so far. Apart from the fact that India is a country and Pakistan is its neighbour (yeah I know, even at the risk of sounding overtly jingoistic, that was an age-old juxtaposition of good and evil), I have become aware of quite a few other things. In the same way that I didn’t have to consult the geography textbook used during my school days to know about India and Pakistan, I don’t need to read Kama Sutra to know what love, and well, sex means. There are certain things that one doesn’t need to be spoon fed.

Love, as abstract and unfathomable might the word sound, is as close to the proletariat as it is to the poet. Consequently a poet may compose a stirring ode to the bounties ushered by even the faintest brush of love, even someone belonging to the working class can appreciate and even detest the virtues and vagaries of love. I do not belong to either of the two groups ‘cos I lie sandwiched like a sausage somewhere in between. However, like any other fellow member of my species, I too know a thing or two about this famous and at times infamous four letter word.

I have had crushes; but somehow, despite not so valiant efforts by me, I also managed to remain healthy and uncrushed. And then I made the fatal error (figuratively speaking) of falling in love. There comes lot of times when odds are firmly against you and your agent would strongly advise you not to play into it. And you refrain from throwing in your hat ‘cos you know he is right. But then ask any poker player and you’ll know there also comes times, few as they might be, when one plays his card even though he knows that he is playing against the percentages. He does it not because he lost his rationale, but because he can’t help doing it. It’s like reaching a cul-de-sac and yet you aren’t allowed to turn back ‘cos there are bloodhounds waiting at the other end.

So I fell in love, and I fell hard. And know what, it wasn’t my ass that suffered because of that fall. Another place and another time, I might have shown better sense. But then, as I said, it was one of those times. It’s another matter that I still haven’t managed to climb my way up. I am thus like the chicken for slaughter who knows sooner or later its going to be his time. Or perhaps, returning back to the poker analogy, I’m like the player, who even though he has everything to lose, plays his last card and goes for broke; but he realizes a tad too late that his trump card was actually the weakest link in his armour. On second thoughts he could have played safe and escaped unhurt, but then in life, as in most things, second thoughts matter little after you have won it all or lost it all. I too played my card, and then I realized I wasn’t a poker player in the first place. But then, I guess, I’ll survive and hope I still have an ace (or two) up my sleeve.

Talking about love, I’m reminded of lust. Now lust is as interesting as love, though not as abstract. I happen to be a very ‘normal’ male, especially by Indian sensibilities. Consequently, you might find me happy at times, and sad at times; but I solemnly assure you, you’ll never find me ‘gay’. Now, once I start talking about lust, after a while I might start loosing control of my internal censor board and end up violating the Indecency Act of Indian Telecommunications. So I’ll save that part of me for a more appropriate time and place. A typed sheet written in legible English and observable to many is hardly one.

Friendship – that’s the final chapter of the trilogy of human relationships that are not tailor-made in advance, rather develop on the course of one’s journey that is life. We the humans deserted the jungles and started living in societies long back. At least I live in one ‘cos I ain’t no Robinson Crusoe. It’s another matter though that even Crusoe had his Man Friday. Acquaintances, thus, are inevitable; but friendship – not necessarily so. I too have made a large number of acquaintances and a few friends. I am not a very social creature, but I know a friend when I see one.

The most amazing part of this earth-bound bondage is that no two friendships are alike. There’s one person with whom I can share the intricacies of my personal love for female and films like with no other. There’s another person with whom I can speak and talk and chat without a care for time and space. There’s a third person who is such an uncomplicated being that I can inject humour in the simplest of activities and topics. There’s a fourth person who has such profound belief in me that makes me wonder at myself at times. There’s a fifth who is so close to me at times and so distant at others. Twenty years hence I do not know what friendship will mean to me even though I might still know the meaning of friendship (no pun intended). I only hope that at such a time I won’t have to taste bitter water in a smoky joint while admiring the design of the glass container all the time.

Now you might want to know which schools I attended and what all subjects I studied. You might also want to know what I learnt and what I did not. Statistics act as great levelers, but at the end of the day they hardly matter. So I’ll continue to abide by the rule that I formulated for this piece – I shall not bore you with facts even if you want to be. I am not much into rules and regulations, so I have decided to truly surprise myself on this present occasion.

I’ll say you this, I have had two alma maters so far. As a kid I did attend a third institution (that is figuratively speaking ‘cos literally speaking it was the first). But apart from its name and its interior design I don’t have much to remember it with. So I’ll stick to the following two that came chronologically one after the other – school and college. Names hardly matter; so I’ll stick with the general terms without illuminating your holiness with sugar-coated specifics.

I started attending school at a young age; though, as coincidence would have it, so did all my school mates, barring maybe a few exceptions. For a civil engineer our school might represent just another fine piece of construction. The owners of the school might have earned a few bucks (times a large factor), which I presume they still do. But the joys of life almost always lie in the small inconsequential details. Similarly, our school was more than a stone façade for me. Every single component – the class rooms, the blackboards, the playgrounds, the teachers, the students, and even the trigger happy principal – they all played enormous roles.

I was a naïve blue-eyed kiddo when I first stepped into the edifice. When I left through the gate for the final time, I was a matured young man. More than a decade passed in between. That’s hell of a long time. A few years here and there and you’ve got a life sentence in an Indian penitentiary. But the walls, however insurmountable, and the discipline, however unbearable, could never obliterate the simple truth that the school and the various ingredients that it comprised of made a lasting impression on me. These impressions are not visible on a mirror because even the ultimate Saint-Gobain mirror would never succeed in providing a reflection of our soles.

My college is as different from school as cheese is from chalk, though I choose not to opine as to which is what. To start with, more than a thousand kilometers separate the two. While the former took my forefinger and brought me closer to myself, the latter shook me by my sleeves and advised me to take a step or two away at times. And, in contrasting styles, both have captured a huge piece of my heart and a large chunk of my brain.

College life is as great as it differs from school life. The academics exist, so does the attendance. But the similarity ends there. For the first time in my life I was free of petty bondages. Living in hostel isn’t exactly living at home; but then, neither is the reverse true. Each resides at its place. College life didn’t just teach me new means of ‘bunking’ class and having fun (as in having fun, and not as in being on a high), it enabled me to have experiences – ranging from trivial to terrific – which are difficult for me to elaborate and impossible for you to comprehend. Neither one needs to be a religious symbologist nor a conspiracy theorist to know what I mean. The only prerequisite, I feel, is that he must not be an outright stupid. But then, as Forest Gump might have enlightened you, even fools have the ability to feel and treasure stuff. Who knows, I might just be another faceless fool in the teeming crowd or a joker in an amusement park. As Dylan once complained through a song of his, there’s a fool on your left and a joker to your right. You might recognize me if you bothered looking one way or the other.

You know by now, provided you had enough patience and ability to digest bull-shit, where I studied and what acquaintances I have made. So now you know how I got to be what I am. Well, if you indeed have, do send me a note ‘cos I myself haven’t managed to figure it out. However on second thoughts, don’t bother lifting your posterior up from the cushion beneath, as I seem to be better off not knowing stuff that I haven’t already. As some like-minded guy has said, where ignorance is bliss, better remain one.

How can this piece, if ever there was one, be complete without mentioning what I like and what I don’t. However since the latter would easily outweigh the former, I’ll stick to the liking part. But I won’t give myself carte blanche since there might be things which I might not want you to know…hell, which you too wouldn’t want to know. I’ll stick to things which will not titillate the high sense of ethics of the many moral polices (read constables) who reside in a country of exquisite morals and high ethics called India; people who have taken upon themselves the pious honour of undertaking a crusade against scum like me whose brains are far more polluted than the `holy’ water of the Ganges. It’s another matter though that given a gun, I would have blown their heads off without having to answer to my conscience as to the reasons for my committing such un-Indian acts.

Like a normal guy I like listening to music, watching movies and reading novels, though not necessarily in that order. On this present occasion, I have made this assumption that being normal entails that he is not deaf, blind or illiterate. The United Nations might beg to differ on my definition of a normal guy as it might put their noble acts in jeopardy, but right now I’m in no mood to be preached out of my seemingly Rightist stance (though I solemnly assure you I ain’t one) by any tough sun of a gun.

Talking about something as abstract as music is indeed a difficult task. I am no Tansen or Beethoven, so you might feel my words would lack credibility. But then, in all probability, so would yours. So let me not procrastinate and take the audacious plunge. I have ears, so I can hear sound. I also have a developed human brain as I’m led to believe, so I can discern between music and noise. I agree I am no connoisseur of any form of art, leave alone music, so I won’t wear the garb of one. But I’m entitled to my views and my right to opine, which the makers of the Constitution have bestowed on its hundred crore population.

I have far more respect for people who have the ability to put words on a blank sheet and then turn that into a music piece even though they might not be able to sing like a ‘nightingale’ (pun intended). So a songwriter is far more talented than a crooner who simply employs his (or her) vocal cords to make a song audible to everyone in the audience. Consequently, an Anjan Dutt or a Bob Dylan or a Paul Simon or a James Heitfield or the Lennon-McCartney duo, to me, represents music, while the Lata Mangeshkars of this world are no different from a postman, delivering an already composed piece to us. However that doesn’t mean that I wouldn’t listen to a Frank Sinatra or a Manna Dey song being aired on the radio. I sure appreciate a mellifluous voice when I hear one. Anyway, just for the record, I like rock, metal, folk, folk/rock, ballads, country, jazz, soul, blues, acoustics, instrumentals, R&B, and a bit of heavy metal, pop, punk, hip hop, rap, retro, Latin, techno-fusion and western classical. I abhor acid because, like superman, my ears are not attuned shrill noise, and dislike Indian classical, as it has, with all due respect, the uncanny ability to lull me to sleep.

If I say I like cinema that would be an understatement. Apart from chick-flicks and soppy song-and-dance tear-jerkers a la Karan Johar, you give me anything and I’ll gobble it up. Yes, I’d unabashedly call myself a cineaste, even at the risk of being lampooned by the intellectuals, and a cinephile, at the risk of being lambasted by the conservative elders. Consequently Taxi Driver, Pulp Fiction, Casablanca, On the Waterfront, Fight Club, Gold Rush, Aranyer Din Ratri, Nayak, Calcutta ’71, Sholay et al have provided me with joy and wonder in equal proportions, while Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, Veer Zara and the likes make me realize that the good, the bad and the ugly must all be allowed a place in the sun.

Once upon a time I was like the average movie-goer who watches movies to be entertained, for whom watching the movie is as enjoyable as a packet full of popcorns. And then, a single book, and a not too thick one at that, written by one of the great geniuses of this field – Satyajit Ray (who I like to call the single greatest genius of post-independent India), brought about a drastic transformation in my perspectives vis-à-vis the movies, in the process leaving a lasting impression in me. For me, cinema stopped being just a source of entertainment. It suddenly attained the ability to be called one of the two or three greatest forms of art. In fact, no other form of art has experienced such meteoric growth, has touched so many millions, has associated with it such a huge business, has necessitated so much labour and has incorporated so much science and technology as the medium called cinema. From the German Expressionism to the French Nouvelle Vague, from the Italian neo-realism to the American film noir, from the Soviet montage to the Danish Dogme 95, from the Bombay dream factory to the New York underground movement, from the arthouse and avant-garde to the mainstream, from Spielberg to Scorcese to Tarantino, cinema is one hell of an invention. And I, for one, am sure hooked onto it like wanderlust in the journey of a lifetime. Films have captured my heart and liberated my soul.

And, finally books, which completes my trilogy of arts. Incidentally, this happens to be the second, and fortunately final, trilogy of sorts being mentioned in this piece. Now I haven’t read Cervantes or Chaucer or Homer as yet. I’ve just about had glimpse of Shakespeare, Dickens and Tagore. So I’m sure you’ll agree, as I myself would, of the three arts books are the one I’m least qualified to blabber about. But I’ll blabber nonetheless.

I like reading. I have read trash and I have read some real classics, underrated though. In fact, my version of a classic would hardly make the list of “100 Greatest Books Ever Written”. But then I don’t read books that are usually employed to act as designer labels in one’s book-shelves – in the same capacity as the rich people use Armani and Omega to prove to their fellow human beings that they are indeed rich. Rather, I read books that I can personally relate to, books that act as a shadow of my life or that of my many alter-egos. I like books which are intense, I like books which are lyrical; but I don’t like books which try too hard to please me or try to titillate my tear buds. I’m not yet as unscrupulous with books as I’m with films; perhaps because unlike films, which I can watch objectively, more often than not I get subjectively involved while reading books. I’m not saying what I do is right; I’m saying that what I do isn’t wrong either. Maybe things ought to change, maybe they will, maybe they won’t, I am not promising anything – at least not to the bum typing this gibberish in the name of an autobiography. The crux of the matter is I like calling myself a bibliophile, irrespective of whether you qualify me as one.

I have told you more about myself than I ever intended to. In case you feel I haven’t told everything that is there to know or I haven’t been brutally honest, you are absolutely right. After all, where’s the fun in revealing everything? An air of mystery and darkness makes this effort of mine all the more worthwhile. I am all that I have told in the electronic pages above. But then, with all due respect, I’m much more than that – more than you will ever know, and perhaps I will ever tell you. And anyway, in life, as in many other things, the total is often greater than the sum of the parts. Sounds clichéd? The fact is I deliberately used an overtly hackneyed statement ‘cos at times an overused statement as that can be more eloquent than something that might otherwise seem more original.

But life, as they say, will go on – i.e., assuming I don’t get hit by a truck first thing tomorrow morning. I’m an atheist, so I won’t say “god forbid”; but I hope I end up living longer than that. I hope, by the time I start composing an obituary for myself, I succeed in forming views and opinions on more than just a few stray things here and there. It’s another matter that I don’t need to hope anything ‘cos if I live long enough, I’ll surely have formed opinions on various things to say the least. So wish me long life at your own risk. Either way, I’ll say “god bless you”; I was just speaking figuratively ‘cos I’m still an atheist.

Circa 2007. Silence pervades me. Deafening silence, as the famous oxymoron goes. The New Year had promised me lots. But that’s okay, ‘cos that’s one trend I’m completely used to. Simon and Garfunkel have just sung to me the sounds of silence. There’s an eerie tranquility in the air. And suddenly the combined team of Metallica has broken my peace. I have been caught by my collars and made to realize the ever-pervading necessity to turn the page whenever fate stops playing the harp of time, or my fingers rebel at the grand piano that is resting on my lap – the keyboard. So let me stop.


p.s. in case you managed to devour every syllable of this self proclaimed magnum opus of mine, I’m sure you’d have realized by now you’re none the wiser for it. And if you have skipped words and/or sentences while your fingers moved the scroll bar down, I must admit you are one hell of a smart ass. Just remember one thing, it’s either my way or the high way. And do me a favour, save your monologue about my alleged autobiography for some other time, unless of course you think it calls for verbal champagne. So amigos, goodbye, au revoir, adieu, adios, auf wiedersehen, tata, and my favourite of ‘em all, so long sucker. Meet you in hell ‘cos that’s where I’m headed to.

Review Archive


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  1. Aamir (2008) - Raj Kumar Gupta
  2. Abar Byomkesh (2012) - Anjan Dutt
  3. Abohomaan (2010) - Rituparno Ghosh
  4. A Brighter Summer Day (1991) - Edward Yang
  5. Ace in the Hole (1951) - Billy Wilder
  6. A City of Sadness (1989) - Hou Hsiao-Hsien
  7. A Colt is My Passport (1967) - Takashi Nomura 
  8. A Comedias de Deus/God's Comedy (1995) - Joao Cesar Monteiro
  9. Act of Violence (1948) - Fred Zinnemann
  10. A Day in the Country/Partie de Campagne (1936) - Jean Renoir
  11. The Adventures of Tintin (2011) - Steven Spielberg
  12. The Affair/Joen (1967) - Yoshishige Yoshida
  13. Affair in the Snow (1968) - Yoshishige Yoshida
  14. After Hours (1985) - Martin Scorsese
  15. After the Rehearsal (1984) - Ingmar Bergman 
  16. Agantuk/The Stranger (1991) - Satyajit Ray
  17. A Generation (1955) - Andrzej Wajda
  18. Agent Vinod (2012) - Sriram Raghavan
  19. Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972) - Werner Herzog 
  20. A Hijacking (2012) - Tobias Lindholm
  21. Ajantrik/The Unmechanical (1958) - Ritwik Ghatak
  22. Akaler Sandhane/In Search of Famine (1980) - Mrinal Sen
  23. Akash Kusum/Up in the Clouds (1965) - Mrinal Sen
  24. Alice in the Cities/Alice in den Stadten (1974) - Wim Wenders
  25. Alien (1979) - Ridley Scott
  26. Aliens (1986) - James Cameron
  27. Alien 3 (1992) - David Fincher 
  28. Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (1974) - Rainer Werner Fassbinder
  29. All the President's Men (1976) - Alan J. Pakula
  30. Alpine Fire/Hohenfeuer (1985) - Fredi M. Murer 
  31. Altered States (1980) - Ken Russell
  32. A Man and a Woman (1966) - Claude Lelouch
  33. A Man Escaped (1956) - Robert Bresson 
  34. A Man Vanishes (1967) - Shohei Imamura
  35. Amarcord (1973) - Federico Fellini
  36. Amelie (2001) - Jean-Pierre Jeunet
  37. The American (2010) - Anton Corbijin
  38. A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy (1982) - Woody Allen
  39. Amores Perros (2000) - Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
  40. A Most Violent Year (2014) - J.C. Chandor
  41. Amour (2012) - Michael Haneke 
  42. Ana and the Wolves/Ana y los Lobos (1973) - Carlos Saura
  43. Anatomy of Hell (2003) - Catherine Breillat 
  44. Anatomy of a Murder (1959) - Otto Preminger
  45. Andrei Rublev (1966) - Andrei Tarkovsky
  46. And Then There Were None (1945) - Rene Clair
  47. Angel Face (1953) - Otto Preminger
  48. Angshumaner Chhobi/Angshuman's Film (2009) - Atanu Ghosh
  49. Annie Hall (1977) - Woody Allen
  50. A Nos Amours (1983) - Maurice Pialat
  51. Another Woman (1988) - Woody Allen 
  52. Antaheen/The Endless Wait (2009) - Aniruddha Roy Choudhury
  53. Antares (2004) - Gotz Spielmann
  54. Antichrist (2009) - Lars von Trier
  55. Antoine et Colette (1962) - Francois Truffaut
  56. Aparajito/The Unvanquished (1956) - Satyajit Ray
  57. The Apartment (1960) - Billy Wilder
  58. A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (2014) - Roy Andersson 
  59. Apocalypse Now (1979) - Francis Ford Coppola
  60. Apollo 13 (1995) - Ron Howard
  61. Apur Panchali (2013) - Kaushik Ganguly
  62. Apur Sansar/The World of Apu (1959) - Satyajit Ray 
  63. Apu Trilogy: Pather Panchali/Song of the Little Road (1955), Aparajiti/The Unvanquished (1956), Apur Sansar/The World of Apu (1959) - Satyajit Ray
  64. Aranyer Din Ratri/Days and Nights in the Forest (1969) - Satyajit Ray
  65. Ardh Satya/Half Truth (1983) - Govind Nihalani
  66. Arekti Premer Golpo/Just Another Love Story (2010) - Kaushik Ganguly
  67. L'Argent (1983) - Robert Bresson
  68. Argo (2012) - Ben Affleck  
  69. Ariel (1988) - Aki Kaurismaki
  70. Army of Shadows (1969) - Jean-Pierre Melville
  71. The Arriviste (2012) - Pascal Santschi
  72. Arth (1982) - Mahesh Bhatt 
  73. The Artist (2011) - Michel Hazanavicius
  74. As Bodas de Deus/Spousals of God (1999) - Joao Cesar Monteiro 
  75. Ashani Sanket/Distant Thunder (1973) - Satyajit Ray
  76. Ashchorjyo Prodeep (2013) - Anik Dutta 
  77. Ashes and Diamonds (1958) - Andrzej Wajda
  78. Ashes of Time Redux (1994, 2008) - Wong Kar-Wai
  79. Asphalt Jungle (1950) - John Huston
  80. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007) - Andrew Domik
  81. The Asthenic Syndrome (1989) - Kira Muratova 
  82. Asukh (1999) - Rituparno Ghosh
  83. Atonement (2007) - Joe Wright
  84. A Touch of Sin (2013) - Jia Zhang-Ke
  85. Audition (1999) - Takashi Miike 
  86. Au Hasard Balthazar (1966) - Robert Bresson
  87. Au Revoir les Enfants (1987) - Louis Malle
  88. Autumn Sonata (1978) - Ingmar Bergman
  89. Autumn Tale (1998) - Eric Rohmer 
  90. Autograph (2010) - Srijit Mukherji
  91. Avatar (2009) - James Cameron
  92. The Aviator's Wife (1981) - Eric Rohmer 
  93. L'Avventura/The Adventure (1960) - Michelangelo Antonioni
  94. Awarapan (2007) - Mohit Suri
  95. Away With Words (1998) - Christopher Doyle
  96. A Woman Under the Influence (1974) - John Cassavetes

B
  1. Der Baader Meinhof Komplex/The Baader Meinhof Complex (2008) - Uli Edel
  2. Back to the Future Trilogy (1985, 1989, 1990) - Robert Zemickis
  3. Back to the Wall/Le Dos au Mur (1958) - Edouard Molinaro 
  4. Bad Day at Black Rock (1955) - John Sturges
  5. Bad Education/La Mala Educacion (2004) - Pedro Almodóvar
  6. Badlands (1973) - Terrence Malick
  7. Bad Luck (1960) - Andrezej Munk
  8. Badmaash Company (2010) - Parmeet Sethi
  9. Bad Timing (1980) - Nicholas Roeg
  10. Baishe Srabon (2011) - Srijit Mukherji
  11. Baishey Shravana (1960) - Mrinal Sen
  12. Ballad of a Soldier (1959) - Grigori Chukhrai
  13. The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970) - Sam Peckinpah 
  14. The Ballad of Narayama (1983) - Shohei Imamura
  15. Bande a Part/Band of Outsiders (1964) - Jean-Luc Godard
  16. The Banishment (2007) - Andrey Zvyagintsev 
  17. The Bank Job (2008) - Roger Donaldson
  18. Barfi (2012) - Anurag Basu 
  19. Barking Dogs Never Bite (2000) - Bong Joon-ho
  20. Barry Lyndon (1975) - Stanley Kubrick
  21. Bastards (2013) - Claire Denis
  22. Batman (1989) - Tim Burton
  23. Batman Returns (1992) - Tim Burton
  24. The Battle of Algiers (1966) - Gillo Pontecorvo
  25. Battleship Potemkin (1925) - Sergei Eisenstein 
  26. Le Beau Serge (1958) - Claude Chabrol
  27. Beau Travail (1999) - Claire Denis
  28. Bed and Board (1970) - Francois Truffaut
  29. The Beekeeper (1986) - Theo Angelopoulos 
  30. Before Midnight (2013) - Richard Linklater
  31. Before the Devil Knows I'm Dead (2007) - Sidney Lumet
  32. Before Sunset (2004) - Richard Linklater
  33. Being John Malkovich (1999) - Spike Jonze
  34. Belle de Jour (1967) - Luis Bunuel
  35. La Belle Noiseuse (1991) - Jacques Rivette
  36. Benny's Video (1992) - Michael Haneke  
  37. Berberian Sound Studio (2012) - Peter Strickland
  38. Berlin Alexanderplatz (1980) - Rainer Werner Fassbinder
  39. Beyond the Hills (2012) - Cristian Mungiu 
  40. Bhalo Theko/Take Care (2003) - Goutam Halder
  41. Bheja Fry (2007) - Sagar Ballary
  42. Bhuter Bhabishyat/Future of the Past (2012) - Anik Dutta
  43. The Bicycle Thief/Ladri Di Biciclette (1948) - Vittorio De Sica
  44. Il Bidone/The Swindle (1955) - Federico Fellini 
  45. The Big Clock (1948) - John Farrow
  46. The Big Combo (1955) - Joseph H. Lewis
  47. The Big Heat (1953) - Fritz Lang
  48. The Big Lebowski (1998) - Ethan & Joel Coen
  49. The Big Risk/Classe Tous Risques (1960) - Claude Sautet 
  50. The Big Sleep (1946) - Howard Hawks
  51. Birdman (2014) - Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
  52. Birds, Orphans and Fools (1969) - Juraj Jakubisko 
  53. Bishh/Poison (2009) - Kaushik Mukherjee
  54. A Bittersweet Life (2005) - Kim Jee-Woon
  55. Black Book (2006) - Paul Verhoeven
  56. Black Cat, White Cat (1998) - Emir Kusturica 
  57. Black Peter/Carny Petr (1964) - Milos Forman
  58. Black Rain (1989) - Shohei Imamura  
  59. Black Sun (1964) - Koreyoshi Kurahara
  60. Blade Runner (1982) - Ridley Scott
  61. Blast of Silence (1961) - Allen Baron
  62. Blind Chance (1981/1987) - Krzysztof Kieslowski
  63. Blood and Wine (1996) - Bob Rafelson
  64. Blood Simple (1984) - Ethan & Joel Coen
  65. Blood Wedding (1981) - Carlos Saura 
  66. Bloody Sunday (2002) - Paul Greengrass
  67. Blow Out (1981) - Brian De Palma 
  68. Blow-Up (1966) - Michelangelo Antonioni
  69. The Blue Dahlia (1946) - George Marshall 
  70. Blue is the Warmest Colour (2013) - Abdellatif Kechiche 
  71. Blue Jasmine (2013) - Woody Allen
  72. Blue Velvet (1986) - David Lynch 
  73. Bobby Fischer Against the World (2011) - Liz Garbus
  74. Bob le Flambeur (1956) - Jean-Pierre Melville
  75. Body Double (1984) - Brian De Palma 
  76. Body of Lies (2008) - Ridley Scott
  77. Bombay Talkies (2013) - Karan Johar, Dibakar Banerjee, Zoya Akhtar, Anurag Kashyap 
  78. Bonnie and Clyde (1967) - Arthur Penn
  79. Boogie Nights (1997) - Paul Thomas Anderson
  80. Born to Kill (1947) - Robert Wise 
  81. Boston Legal (2004-2009) - David E. Kelly
  82. Le Boucher/The Butcher (1970) - Claude Chabrol
  83. Bound (1996) - Andy & Larry Wachowski
  84. The Bow/Hwal (2005) - Kim Ki-Duk
  85. Boyfriends and Girlfriends (1987) - Eric Rohmer
  86. Boyhood (2014) - Richard Linklater
  87. Brazil (1985) - Terry Gilliam
  88. Breach (2007) - Billy Ray
  89. Breaking the Waves (1996) - Lars von Trier
  90. Breathless/A Bout De Souffle (1960) - Jean-Luc Godard
  91. Brick (2005) - Rian Johnson
  92. The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) - David Lean
  93. Brief Encounter (1945) - David Lean
  94. Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (1974) - Sam Peckinpah 
  95. Broadway Danny Rose (1984) - Woody Allen
  96. Broken Flowers (2005) - Jim Jarmusch
  97. Brute Force (1947) - Jules Dassin
  98. Budapest Tales (1976) - Istvan Szabo
  99. Bullitt (1968) - Peter Yates
  100. The Burmese Harp (1956) - Kon Ichikawa
  101. Burn After Reading (2008) - Ethan & Joel Coen
  102. Byomkesh Bakshi (2010) - Anjan Dutt

C
  1. Cache/Hidden (2005) - Michael Haneke
  2. Caesar Must Die (2012) - Paolo & Vittorio Taviani
  3. Calamari Union (1985) - Aki Kaurismaki
  4. California Dreamin' (Endless) (2007) - Cristian Nemescu
  5. Camera Buff (1979) - Krzysztof Kieslowski
  6. Capote (2005) - Bennett Miller
  7. Capricious Summer (1968) - Jiri Menzel
  8. Captain Phillips (2013) - Paul Greengrass 
  9. Carlos (2009) - Oliver Assayas
  10. Casino (1995) - Martin Scorsese
  11. Cassandra's Dream (2007) - Woody Allen
  12. Celine and Julie Go Boating (1974) - Jacques Rivette
  13. Le Cercle Rouge/The Red Circle (1970) - Jean-Pierre Melville
  14. La Ceremonie (1995) - Claude Chabrol
  15. Certified Copy/Copie Conforme (2010) - Abbas Kiarostami 
  16. Cesar and Rosalie (1972) - Claude Sautet 
  17. Chalchitro/The Kaleidoscope (1981) - Mrinal Sen
  18. Chalo, Lets Go (2008) - Anjan Dutt
  19. Charade (1963) - Stanley Donen
  20. Charlie Chan Collection: Dark Alibi (1946) - Phil Karlson, Dangerous Money (1946) - Terry O. Morse, The Trap (1946) - Howard Bretherton, The Chinese Ring (1947) - William Beaudine
  21. Charlie Wilson's War (2007) - Mike Nichols
  22. Charulata/The Lonely Wife (1964) - Satyajit Ray
  23. Charulata 2011 (2012) - Agnidev Chatterjee
  24. The Chaser (2008) - Na Hong-Jin
  25. Chaturanga/Four Chapters (2008) - Suman Mukhopadhyay
  26. Un Chien Andalou (1929) - Luis Bunuel
  27. Chinatown (1974) - Roman Polanski
  28. Chitrangada: The Crowning Wish (2012) - Rituparno Ghosh
  29. Chloe (2009) - Atom Egoyan
  30. Chloe in the Afternoon (1972) - Eric Rohmer
  31. Chorus (1974) - Mrinal Sen
  32. Les Choses de la Vie/The Things of Life (1970) - Claude Sautet
  33. Chowrasta/Crossroads of Love (2009) - Anjan Dutt
  34. Chowringhee (1968) - Uttam Kumar
  35. A Christmas Tale (2008) - Arnaud Desplechin
  36. Chungking Express (1994) - Wong Kar-Wai
  37. Chupke Chupke (1975) - Hrishikesh Mukherjee
  38. Cinema Paradiso/Nuovo Cinema Paradiso (1988) - Giuseppe Tornatore
  39. Citizen Kane (1941) - Orson Welles
  40. City of God (2002) - Fernando Meirelles
  41. Claire's Knee (1970) - Eric Rohmer
  42. Cleo from 5 to 7 (1962) - Agnes Varda
  43. Clerk (2010) - Subhadro Choudhury
  44. Climates/Iklimler (2006) - Nuri Bilge Ceylan
  45. Closed Curtain (2013) - Jafar Panahi & Kambuzia Partovi
  46. Closely Watched Trains (1966) - Jiri Menzel
  47. Close-Up (1990) - Abbas Kiarostami
  48. Code 46 (2004) - Michael Winterbottom
  49. Collateral (2004) - Michael Mann
  50. The Collector/La Collectionneuse (1967) - Eric Rohmer
  51. The Color of Money (1986) - Martin Scorsese
  52. The Color of Pomegranates (1968) - Sergei Parajanov 
  53. Confidence/Bizalom (1979) - Istvan Szabo
  54. The Conformist/Il Conformista (1970) - Bernardo Bertolucci
  55. The Conversation (1974) - Francis Ford Coppola
  56. The Cooler (2003) - Wayne Kramer
  57. Cool Hand Luke (1967) - Stuart Rosenberg 
  58. Cousin Angelica/La Prima Angelica (1974) - Carlos Saura
  59. Les Cousins (1959) - Claude Chabrol
  60. The Cranes Are Flying (1957) - Mikhail Kalatozov
  61. Crash (1996) - David Cronenberg
  62. Crazed Fruit (1956) - Ko Nakahira 
  63. The Cremator (1968) - Juraj Herz 
  64. Cria Cuervos (1976) - Carlos Saura
  65. Cries and Whispers (1972) - Ingmar Bergman
  66. El Crimen del Padre Amaro/The Crime of Father Amaro (2002) - Carlos Carrera
  67. Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989) - Woody Allen
  68. Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989) - Woody Allen [REVISIT]
  69. Crime Wave (1954) - Andre De Toth
  70. Criss Cross (1949) - Robert Siodmak
  71. Cronos (1993) - Guillermo Del Toro
  72. Cross Connection (2009) - Abhijit Guha & Sudeshna Roy
  73. Crossed Tracks/Roman De Gare (2007) - Claude Lelouch
  74. Cruel Gun Story (1964) - Takumi Furukawa
  75. Cruel Story of Youth/Naked Youth (1960) - Nagisa Oshima
  76. Cry Danger (1951) - Robert Parrish 
  77. Cry of the City (1948) - Robert Siodmak
  78. Cul-de-Sac (1966) - Roman Polanski
  79. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008) - David Fincher
  80. Cutting It Short/Postriziny (1980) - Jiri Menzel

D
  1. Dabangg (2010) - Abhinav Kashyap
  2. Dahan/Crossfire (1997) - Rituparno Ghosh
  3. Daisies (1966) - Vera Chytilova
  4. Damnation/Karhozat (1988) - Bela Tarr
  5. Dancer in the Dark (2000) - Lars von Trier
  6. A Dangerous Method (2011) - David Cronenberg
  7. The Darjeeling Limited (2007) - Wes Anderson
  8. Dark Passage (1947) - Delmer Daves
  9. Darling (1965) - John Schlesinger
  10. The Day of the Jackal (1973) - Fred Zinnemann
  11. Day of the Outlaw (1959) - Andre De Toth
  12. Days of Being Wild (1990) - Wong Kar-Wai
  13. Days of '36 (1972) - Theo Angelopoulos
  14. The Deadly Affair (1966) - Sidney Lumet
  15. Dead Man (1995) - Jim Jarmusch
  16. Dead Reckoning (1947) - John Cromwell
  17. Dead Ringers (1988) - David Cronenberg
  18. Death by Hanging (1968) - Nagisa Oshima 
  19. Death of a Bureaucrat (1966) - Tomas Guitierrez Alea
  20. Death of a Cyclist (1955) - Juan Antonio Bardem
  21. The Death of Mr. Lazarescu (2005) - Cristi Puiu
  22. A Decade under the Influence (2003) - Ted Demme & Richard LaGravenese
  23. Decision at Sundown (1957) - Budd Boetticher
  24. Deconstructing Harry (1997) - Woody Allen
  25. Dedh Ishqiya (2014) - Abhishek Chaubey
  26. The Deep (2012) - Baltasar Kormakur
  27. Dekalog/The Decalogue (1989) - Krzysztof Kieslowski
  28. Dekha (2001) - Goutam Ghose
  29. Delhi 6 (2009) - Rakesh Omprakash Mehra
  30. Delicatessen (1991) - Jean-Pierre Jeunet & Marc Caro
  31. The Departed (2006) - Martin Scorsese
  32. Deprisa, Deprisa (1981) - Carlos Saura
  33. Dersu Uzala (1975) - Akira Kurosawa
  34. The Descendants (2011) - Alexander Payne
  35. Detective (1985) - Jean-Luc Godard
  36. Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! (2015) - Dibakar Banerjee
  37. Detour (1946) - Edgar G. Ulmer
  38. Le Deuxieme Souffle (1966) - Jean-Pierre Melville
  39. Dev D (2009) - Anurag Kashyap
  40. Devi/The Goddess (1960) - Satyajit Ray
  41. The Devil's Backbone/El Espinazo Del Diablo (2001) - Guillermo Del Toro
  42. Dhobi Ghat/Mumbai Diaries (2011) - Kiran Rao
  43. Diamonds of the Night (1964) - Jan Nemec
  44. Diary for My Children (1984) - Marta Meszaros
  45. Diary for My Father and Mother (1990) - Marta Meszaros
  46. Diary for My Lovers (1987) - Marta Meszaros
  47. Diary of a Chambermaid (1964) - Luis Bunuel
  48. Dirty Harry (1971) - Don Siegel
  49. The Dirty Picture (2011) - Milan Luthria
  50. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972) - Luis Bunuel
  51. The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007) - Julian Schnabel
  52. Django (1966) - Sergio Corbucci
  53. Django Unchained (2012) - Quentin Tarantino
  54. D.O.A. (1950) - Rudolph Mate
  55. Dogtooth/Kynodontas (2009) - Yorgos Lanthimos
  56. Dogville (2003) - Lars von Trier
  57. La Dolce Vita/The Sweet Life (1960) - Federico Fellini
  58. Don 2 (2011) - Farhan Akhtar
  59. Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Mein (1964) - Kishore Kumar
  60. Le Dossier 51 (1978) - Michel Deville
  61. Double Indemnity (1944) - Billy Wilder
  62. The Double Life of Veronique (1991) - Krzysztof Kieslowski
  63. Double Suicide (1969) - Masahiro Shinoda 
  64. Doubt (2008) - John Patrick Shanley
  65. Le Doulos/The Finger Man (1962) - Jean-Pierre Melville
  66. Down by Law (1986) - Jim Jarmusch
  67. Downfall/Der Untergang (2004) - Oliver Herschbiegel
  68. Dreams/Akira Kurosawa's Dreams (1990) - Akira Kurosawa
  69. Dressed to Kill (1980) - Brian De Palma
  70. Drifting Clouds (1996) - Aki Kaurismaki 
  71. Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) - Stanley Kubrick
  72. Duck Soup (1933) - Leo McCarey
  73. Duck, You Sucker! /A Fistful of Dynamites (1971) - Sergio Leone
  74. Duel (1971) - Steven Spielberg
  75. Dum Maro Dum (2011) - Rohan Sippy
  76. The Dust of Time (2008) - Theo Angelopoulos

E
  1. Eastern Promises (2007) - David Cronenberg
  2. East of Eden (1955) - Elia Kazan
  3. Easy Rider (1969) - Dennis Hopper
  4. L'Eclisse (1962) - Michelangelo Antonioni
  5. The Edge of Heaven (2007) - Fatih Akin
  6. Ed Wood (1994) - Tim Burton
  7. The Eel/Unagi (1997) - Shohei Imamura
  8. 8 1/2 /Otto e Mezzo (1963) - Federico Fellini
  9. Ek Din Pratidin/And Quiet Rolls the Dawn (1979) - Mrinal Sen
  10. Ek Doctor Ki Maut (1990) - Tapan Sinha
  11. Ekti Tarar Khonje/Beyond the Stars (2010) - Avik Mukherjee
  12. El/This Strange Passion (1953) - Luis Bunuel
  13. Elephant (2003) - Gus Van Sant
  14. Elevator to the Gallows (1958) - Louis Mallet
  15. Elisa, Vida Mia/Elisa, My Love (1977) - Carlos Saura
  16. Endless Desire (1958) - Shohei Imamura
  17. L'Enfant/The Child (2005) - Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne
  18. The Enigma of Kasper Hauser (1974) - Werner Herzog
  19. Eroica/Heroic Symphony (1958) - Andrzej Munk 
  20. Eros + Massacre (1969) - Yoshishige Yoshida
  21. Estate Violenta/Violent Summer (1959) - Valerio Zurlini
  22. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) - Michel Gondry
  23. Eternity and a Day (1998) - Theo Angelopoulos
  24. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, But Were Afraid to Ask (1972) - Woody Allen
  25. The Evil Dead (1983) - Sam Raimi
  26. Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn (1987) - Sam Raimi
  27. Exiled (2006) - Johnnie To
  28. The Expendables (2010) - Sylvester Stallone 
  29. The Expendables 2 (2012) - Simon West 
  30. The Expendables 3 (2014) - Patrick Hughes
  31. Das Experiment/The Exxperiment (2001) - Oliver Hirschbiegel
  32. The Exterminating Angel (1962) - Luis Bunuel
  33. Eyes Wide Shut (1999) - Stanley Kubrick
  34. Eyes without a Face (1960) - Georges Franju

F
  1. The Face of Another (1966) - Hiroshi Teshigahara
  2. Faces (1968) - John Cassavetes 
  3. Fading Gigolo (2013) - John Turturro
  4. Fallen Angels (1995) - Wong Kar-Wai
  5. Falling Down (1993) - Joel Schumacher
  6. Fanny and Alexander (1982) - Ingmar Bergman
  7. The Far Country (1954) - Anthony Mann
  8. Farewell to the Summer Light (1968) - Yoshishige Yoshida
  9. Fargo (1996) - Ethan & Joel Coen
  10. Fashion (2008) - Madhur Bhandarkar
  11. Fat City (1972) - John Huston
  12. Fat Girl/A Ma Soeur (2001) - Catherine Breillat
  13. Father/Apa (1966) - Istvan Szabo
  14. Femme Fatale (2002) - Brian De Palma
  15. La Femme Nikita/Nikita (1990) - Luc Besson
  16. Le Feu Follet/The Fire Within (1963) - Louis Malle 
  17. The Fifth Seal (1976) - Zoltan Fabri
  18. Fight Club (1999) - David Fincher
  19. The Fighter (2010) - David O. Russell
  20. Fire in Babylon (2010) - Stevan Riley
  21. The Firemen's Ball (1967) - Milos Forman
  22. Fireworks/Hana-bi (1997) - Takeshi Kitano
  23. Fireworks Wednesday (2006) - Asghar Farhadi
  24. Fitzcarraldo (1982) - Werner Herzog
  25. Five Easy Pieces (1970) - Bob Rafelson
  26. Flame and Woman (1967) - Yoshishige Yoshida
  27. Un Flic/Dirty Money (1972) - Jean-Pierre Melville
  28. Flight of the Red Balloon (2007) - Hou Hsiao-Hsien
  29. The Fly (1986) - David Cronenberg
  30. Following (1998) - Christopher Nolan
  31. Force Majeure/Turist (2014) - Ruben Ostlund
  32. Force of Evil (1948) - Abraham Polonsky
  33. Fort Apache (1948) - John Ford
  34. The 400 Blows/Les 400 Coups (1959) - Francois Truffaut
  35. The 400 Blows/Les Quatre Cents Coups (1959) - Francois Truffaut [REVISIT]
  36. 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days (2007) - Cristian Mungiu
  37. Frances Ha (2012) - Noah Baumbach
  38. The French Connection (1971) - William Friedkin
  39. The Friends of Eddie Coyle (1973) - Peter Yates
  40. Frost/Nixon (2008) - Ron Howard
  41. Full Moon in Paris (1984) - Eric Rohmer
  42. Fulltime Killer (2001) - Johny To & Wai Ka-Fai
  43. Funny Games (1997) - Michael Haneke
  44.  The Future/Il Futuro (2013) - Alicia Scherson

G
  1. Galpa Holeo Satyi/Stranger than Fiction (1966) - Tapan Sinha
  2. Ganashatru/An Enemy of the People (1989) - Satyajit Ray
  3. Gandu/The Loser (2010) - Kaushik Mukherjee aka Q 
  4. Gangs of Wasseypur (2012) - Anurag Kashyap 
  5. Gangs of Wasseypur 2 (2012) - Anurag Kashyap 
  6. Garde a Vue/The Grilling (1981) - Claude Miller 
  7. The Garden of Delights (1970) - Carlos Saura
  8. The General (1927) - Clyde Bruckman & Buster Keaton
  9. Germany, Year Zero (1948) - Roberto Rossellini
  10. Gertrud (1964) - Carl Theodor Dreyer
  11. Get Carter (1971) - Mike Hodges
  12. Ghajini (2008) - A. R. Murugadoss
  13. Ghare Baire/Home and the World (1984) - Satyajit Ray
  14. The Ghost Writer (2010) - Roman Polanski
  15. Ghulam (1998) - Vikram Bhatt
  16. Gilda (1946) - Charles Vidor
  17. The Girl in the Cafe (2005) - David Yates
  18. The Girl Who Played With Fire (2009) - Daniel Alfredson
  19. Girl with a Suitcase (1961) - Valerio Zurlini
  20. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2009) - Niels Arden Oplev
  21. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) - David Fincher
  22. The Goalkeeper's Fear of the Penalty (1972) - Wim Wenders
  23. Gone Baby Gone (2007) - Ben Affleck
  24. Godfather (1972) - Francis Ford Coppola
  25. The Godfather Part II (1974) - Francis Ford Coppola
  26. The Godfather Part III (1990) - Francis Ford Coppola
  27. Go, Go Second Time Virgin (1969) - Koji Wakamatsu 
  28. Goodbye, Dragon Inn (2003) - Tsai Ming-Liang
  29. Gold Rush (1925) - Charlie Chaplin
  30. Gomorrah (2008) - Matteo Garrone
  31. Gone Girl (2014) - David Fincher
  32. The Good Shepherd (2006) - Robert De Niro
  33. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) - Sergio Leone
  34. Goodbye, Lenin! (2003) - Wolfgang Becker
  35. A Good Marriage (1982) - Eric Rohmer
  36. Good Men, Good Women (1995) - Hou Hsiao-Hsien
  37. Good Will Hunting (1997) - Gus Van Sant
  38. Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne/The Adventures of Goopy and Bagha (1968) - Satyajit Ray
  39. Gorosthane Sabdhan (2010) - Sandip Ray
  40. Gosford Park (2002) - Robert Altman
  41. Goynar Baksho/The Jewellery Box (2013) - Aparna Sen
  42. The Graduate (1967) - Mike Nichols
  43. The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) - Wes Anderson
  44. La Grande Illusion/Grand Illusion (1937) - Jean Renoir
  45. The Grandmaster (2013) - Wong Kar-Wai 
  46. Gravity (2013) - Alfonso Cuaron 
  47. The Great Beauty (2013) - Paolo Sorrentino 
  48. The Great Debaters (2007) - Denzel Washington
  49. The Great Escape (1963) - John Sturges
  50. The Great Silence (1968) - Sergio Corbicci
  51. Grihajuddha/Crossroads (1982) - Buddhadeb Dasgupta (1982)
  52. Grindhouse - Planet Terror & Death Proof (2007) - Robert Rodriguez & Quentin Tarantino
  53. Grosse Point Blank (1997) - George Armitage
  54. Groundhog Day (1993) - Harold Ramis
  55. Gulaal/Vermilion (2009) - Anurag Kashyap
  56. Gun Crazy (1950) - Joseph H. Lewis

H
  1. Haider (2014) - Vishal Bharadwaj
  2. Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) - Woody Allen
  3. Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) - Woody Allen [REVISIT]
  4. Happy Together (1997) - Wong Kar-Wai
  5. Hard Boiled (1992) - John Woo
  6. A Hard Day's Night (1964) - Richard Lester
  7. Harold and Maude (1971) - Hal Ashby 
  8. Le Havre (2011) - Aki Kaurismaki
  9. The Headless Woman (2007) - Lucrecia Martel
  10. Head-On/Gegen die Wand (2004) - Fatih Akin
  11. A Heart in Winter/Un Coeur en Hiver (1992) - Claude Sautet 
  12. Heist (2001) - David Mamet
  13. Hellboy II: The Golden Army (2008) - Guillermo Del Toro
  14. Her (2013) - Spike Jonze
  15. Herbert (2006) - Suman Mukhopadhyay
  16. Hero/Ying Xiong (2002) - Zhang Yimou
  17. Hidden Agenda (1990) - Ken Loach
  18. High and Low (1963) - Akira Kurosawa
  19. High Noon (1952) - Fred Zinnemann
  20. High Plains Drifter (1973) - Clint Eastwood
  21. High Sierra (1941) - Raoul Walsh
  22. Hirer Angti/The Diamond Ring (1992) - Rituparno Ghosh
  23. Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959) - Alain Resnais
  24. A History of Violence (2005) - David Cronenberg
  25. Hit List (2009) - Sandip Ray
  26. Holy Motors (2012) - Leos Carax 
  27. Hondo (1953) - John Farrow
  28. The Host (2006) - Bong Joon-ho
  29. Hour of the Wolf (1968) - Ingmar Bergman
  30. Houseful (2009) - Bappaditya Bandopadhyay
  31. Hud (1963) - Martin Ritt 
  32. Human Condition I: No Greater Love (1959) - Masaki Kobayashi 
  33. Human Condition II: The Road to Eternity (1959) - Masaki Kobayashi 
  34. Human Condition III: A Soldier's Prayer (1961) - Masaki Kobayashi
  35. Hunger (2008) - Steve McQueen
  36. The Hunt/La Caza (1966) - Carlos Saura
  37. The Hunt (2012) - Thomas Vinterberg
  38. The Hunters (1977) - Theo Angelopoulos
  39. The Hurt Locker (2009) - Kathryn Bigelow
  40. Husbands (1970) - John Cassavetes
  41. Husbands and Wives (1992) - Woody Allen
  42. Husbands and Wives (1992) - Woody Allen [REVISIT]
  43. The Hustler (1961) - Robert Rossen

I
  1. I Am Curious (Blue) - Vilgot Sjoman
  2. I Am Curious (Yellow) - Vilgot Sjoman
  3. The Ice Storm (1997) - Ang Lee
  4. The Ides of March (2011) - George Clooney
  5. Igy Jottem (1965) - Miklos Jancso
  6. I Hired A Contract Killer (1990) - Aki Kaurismaki
  7. Ikiru (1952) - Akira Kurosawa
  8. Iluminacja/The Illumination (1973) - Krzysztof Zanussi
  9. I'm A Cyborg, But That's OK (2007) - Park Chan-Wook
  10. I'm Not There (2007) - Todd Haynes
  11. In A Lonely Place (1950) - Nicholas Ray
  12. In Bruges (2008) - Martin McDonagh
  13. Inception (2010) - Christopher Nolan
  14. In Cold Blood (1967) - Richard Brooks
  15. Inglourious Basterds (2009) - Quentin Tarantino
  16. The Inheritance (1962) - Masaki Kobayashi
  17. Inherit the Wind (1960) - Stanley Kramer
  18. In July/Im Juli (2000) - Fatih Akin
  19. Innocent Sorcerers (1960) - Andrzej Wajda 
  20. Innocents with Dirty Hands (1975) - Claude Chabrol
  21. The Insect Woman (1963) - Shohei Imamura
  22. Inside Job (2010) - Charles Ferguson
  23. Inside Llewyn Davis (2013) - Ethan & Joel Coen
  24. Insomnia (1997) - Eric Skjoldbjaerg
  25. Intentions of Murder/Unholy Desire (1964) - Shohei Imamura
  26. Interiors (1978) - Woody Allen
  27. The International (2009) - Tom Tykwer
  28. Interrogation (1982) - Ryszard Bugajski
  29. Interview (1971) - Mrinal Sen
  30. In the Cut (2003) - Jane Campion
  31. In the Mood for Love (2000) - Wong Kar-Wai
  32. In the Mouth of Madness (1995) - John Carpenter 
  33. In the Shadow/Ve Stinu (2012) - David Ondricek
  34. Intimate Lighting (1965) - Ivan Passer 
  35. Intimidation (1960) - Koreyoshi Kurahara
  36. Into the Wild (2007) - Sean Penn
  37. Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion (1970) - Elio Petri
  38. Invisible Stripes (1940) - Lloyd Bacon
  39. The Iron Lady (2011) - Phyllida Lloyd
  40. Iron Man (2008) - Jon Favreau
  41. Iron Man 2 (2010) - Jon Favreau
  42. I Saw the Devil (2010) - Kim Jee-Woon
  43. I Served the King of England (2007) - Jiri Menzel
  44. Ishqiya (2010) - Abhishek Chaubey
  45. Iti Mrinalini/An Unfinished Letter (2011) - Aparna Sen
  46. Ivan's Childhood (1962) - Andrei Tarkovsky 
  47. I Vitelloni (1953) - Federico Fellini

J
  1. Jadu Bansha (1974) - Partha Pratim Choudhury
  2. The Japanese Wife (2010) - Aparna Sen
  3. Jar City/Myrin (2006) - Baltazar Kormakur
  4. Jarhead (2005) - Sam Mendes
  5. Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles (1975) - Chantal Akerman
  6. J. Edgar (2011) - Clint Eastwood
  7. Jeremiah Johnson (1972) - Sydney Pollack
  8. Jerichow (2008) - Christian Petzold
  9. Je T'Aime, Je T'Aime (1968) - Alain Resnais
  10. La Jetee (1962) - Chris Marker 
  11. Johnny Guitar (1954) - Nicholas Ray
  12. Joi Baba Felunath/The Elephant God (1978) - Satyajit Ray
  13. Joint Security Area (2000) - Park Chan-Wook
  14. The Joke/Zert (1969) - Jaromil Jires
  15. Jolly LLB (2013) - Subhash Kapoor
  16. Jour de Fete (1949) - Jacques Tati 
  17. Journey to Italy/Viaggio in Italia (1954) - Roberto Rosellini
  18. Judgment at Nuremberg (1961) - Stanley Kramer
  19. Jukti Takko Aar Gappo/Reason, Debate and a Story (1974) - Ritwik Ghatak
  20. Jules and Jim (1962) - Francois Truffaut
  21. Juste Avant la Nuit/Just Before Nightfall (1971) - Claude Chabrol

K
  1. Kaalbela (2009) - Goutam Ghose
  2. Kærestesorger/Aching Hearts (2009) - Nils Malmros
  3. Kahaani (2012) - Sujoy Ghosh
  4. Kahini (1995) - Malay Bhattacharya
  5. Kairat (1992) - Darezhan Omirbaev
  6. Kaminey (2009) - Vishal Bhradwaj
  7. Kanal (1956) - Andrzej Wajda
  8. Kanchenjungha (1962) - Satyajit Ray
  9. Kannathil Muthamittal/A Peck on the Cheek (2002) - Mani Ratnam
  10. Karthik Calling Karthik (2010) - Vijay Lalwani
  11. Katalin Varga (2009) - Peter Strickland
  12. Kathapurushan/Man of the Story (1995) - Adoor Gopalakrishnan
  13. Katyn (2007) - Andrzej Wajda
  14. Kes (1969) - Ken Loach
  15. Key Largo (1948) - John Huston
  16. Khamosh (1985) - Vidhu Vinod Chopra
  17. Kharij/The Case is Closed (1982) - Mrinal Sen
  18. Kick-Ass (2010) - Matthew Vaughn
  19. The Kid (1921) - Charlie Chaplin
  20. Kid Galahad/The Battling Bellhop (1937) - Michael Curtiz
  21. Kidnap (2008) - Sanjay Gadhvi
  22. Kill Bill: Vol.1 (2003) & Vol. 2 (2004) - Quentin Tarantino
  23. Killer of Sheep (1977) - Charles Burnett
  24. The Killers (1946) - Robert Siodmak
  25. Killer's Kiss (1955) - Stanley Kubrick
  26. The Killing (1956) - Stanley Kubrick
  27. Killing Them Softly (2012) - Andrew Dominik
  28. The Kingdom/Riget (1994) - Lars von Trier
  29. The Kingdom II/Riget II (1997) - Lars von Trier
  30. The King of Comedy (1983) - Martin Scorsese
  31. King of Devil's Island (2010) - Marius Holst
  32. The King of Marvin Gardens (1972) - Bob Rafelson
  33. Kings and Queen (2004) - Arnaud Desplechin
  34. Kings of the Road (1976) - Wim Wenders
  35. Knife in the Water (1962) - Roman Polanski
  36. The King's Speech (2010) - Tom Hooper
  37. Kolya (1996) - Jan Sverak
  38. Komal Gandhar/E-Flat (1961) - Ritwik Ghatak
  39. Koyaanisqatsi (1982) - Godfrey Reggio
  40. Kung Fu Panda (2008) - John Stevenson & Mark Osborne
  41. Kuroneko (1968) - Kaneto Shindo
  42. Kwaidan/Kaidan (1964) - Masaki Kobayashi

L
  1. The Lady from Shanghai (1947) - Orson Welles
  2. Lady in the Lake (1947) - Robert Montgomery
  3. Landscape in the Mist (1988) - Theo Angelopoulos
  4. Laptop (2012) - Kaushik Ganguly
  5. Larks on a String (1969) - Jiri Menzel
  6. The Last Detail (1973) - Hal Ashby
  7. The Last Lear (2008) - Rituparno Ghosh
  8. The Last Metro (1980) - Francois Truffaut
  9. The Last Picture Show (1971) - Peter Bogdanovich
  10. Last Tango in Paris (1972) - Bernardo Bertolucci
  11. Last Year at Marienbad (1961) - Alain Resnais
  12. Late Spring (1949) - Yasujiro Ozu
  13. Laura (1944) - Otto Preminger
  14. Lawrence of Arabia (1962) - David Lean
  15. Layer Cake (2004) - Matthew Vaughn
  16. The Left-Handed Gun (1958) - Arthur Penn
  17. Leningrad Cowboys Go America (1989) - Aki Kaurismaki
  18. Leningrad Cowboys Meet Moses (1994) - Aki Kaurismaki 
  19. Let Me In (2010) - Matt Reeves
  20. Let the Right One In (2008) - Tomas Alfredson
  21. Leviathan (2014) - Andrei Zvyagintsev
  22. The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943) - Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger 
  23. Life as a Fatal Sexually Transmitted Disease (2000) - Krzysztof Zanussi
  24. Life Goes On (2010) - Sangeeta Datta
  25. Life of Pi (2012) - Ang Lee 
  26. Lights in the Dusk (2006) - Aki Kaurismaki
  27. Like Someone in Love (2012) - Abbas Kiarostami
  28. Limelight (1952) - Charlie Chaplin
  29. Lincoln (2012) - Steven Spielberg
  30. Little Children (2006) - Todd Field
  31. Little Miss Sunshine (2006) - Jonathan Dayton
  32. Lives of Others/Das Leben Der Anderen (2006) - Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
  33. Lola (1981) - Rainer Werner Fassbinder
  34. Lonesome Dove (1989) - Simon Wincer
  35. The Long Goodbye (1973) - Robert Altman 
  36. Look Back in Anger (1959) - Tony Richardson 
  37. Lord of the Flies (1963) - Peter Brook
  38. Los Olvidados/The Young and the Damned (1950) - Luis Bunuel
  39. A Lost Man/Un Homme Perdue (2007) - Danielle Arbid
  40. The Lost Weekend (1945) - Billy Wilder 
  41. Loulou (1980) - Maurice Pialat
  42. Love Aaj Kal (2009) - Imtiaz Ali
  43. Love and Death (1975) - Woody Allen 
  44. Lovefilm (1970) - Istvan Szabo 
  45. Love is Colder than Death (1969) - Rainer Werner Fassbinder 
  46. Love on the Run (1979) - Francois Truffaut
  47. The Lovers/Les Amants (1958) - Louis Malle
  48. Loves of a Blonde (1965) - Milos Forman
  49. Luck by Chance (2009) - Zoya Akhtar
  50. Lust, Caution (2007) - Ang Lee

M
  1. M (1931) - Fritz Lang
  2. Madame de... /The Earrings of Madame de... (1953) - Max Ophuls
  3. Made in Hong Kong (1997) - Fruit Chan
  4. Mademoiselle (1966) - Tony Anderson
  5. Madly Bengali (2009) - Anjan Dutt
  6. Magnolia (1999) - Paul Thomas Anderson
  7. Mahanagar/The Big City (1963) - Satyajit Ray
  8. Mahanagar@Kolkata/Metropolis@Kolkata (2010) - Suman Mukhopadhyay
  9. The Magician/Ansiktet (1958) - Ingmar Bergman 
  10. The Magnificent Ambersons (1942) - Orson Welles 
  11. Major Dundee (1965) - Sam Peckinpah
  12. Malena (2000) - Giuseppe Tornatore
  13. The Maltese Falcon (1941) - John Huston
  14. Mama Turns 100 (1979) - Carlos Saura
  15. The Manchurian Candidate (1962) - John Frankemheimer
  16. The Man from Laramie (1955) - Anthony Mann
  17. The Man from London (2007) - Bela Tarr
  18. Manhattan (1979) - Woody Allen
  19. Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993) - Woody Allen 
  20. Man of Marble (1976) - Andrzej Wajda
  21. Man of the West (1958) - Anthony Mann
  22. Man on the Tracks (1956) - Andrzej Munk
  23. Manorama Six Feet Under (2007) - Navdeep Singh
  24. The Man Who Left His Will on Film (1970) - Nagisa Oshima
  25. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence (1962) - John Ford
  26. The Man Who Wasn't There (2001) - Ethan & Joel Coen
  27. The Man With a Movie Camera (1929) - Dziga Vertov
  28. The Man without a Past (2002) - Aki Kaurismaki 
  29. The Marriage of Maria Braun (1979) - Rainer Werner Fassbinder
  30. Martin (1978) - George A. Romero
  31. Masculin Feminin (1966) - Jean-Luc Godard
  32. M*A*S*H (1970) - Robert Altman
  33. The Master (2012) - Paul Thomas Anderson
  34. The Match Factory Girl (1990) - Aki Kaurismaki
  35. Match Point (2005) - Woody Allen 
  36. May Fools (1990) - Louis Malle
  37. McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971) - Robert Altman
  38. Mean Streets (1973) - Martin Scorsese
  39. Meghe Dhaka Tara/The Cloud-Capped Star (1960) - Ritwik Ghatak
  40. Melancholia (2011) - Lars von Trier
  41. Memento (2000) - Christopher Nolan
  42. Memories in March (2011) - Sanjoy Nag
  43. Memories of Murder (2003) - Bong Joon-Ho
  44. Memories of Underdevelopment (1968) - Tomas Gutierrez Alea
  45. Le Mepris/Contempt (1963) - Jean-Luc Godard
  46. Midnight Cowboy (1969) - John Schlesinger
  47. Midnight in Paris (2011) - Woody Allen
  48. Mildred Pierce (2011) - Todd Haynes
  49. Milk (2008) - Gus Van Sant
  50. Miller's Crossing (1990) - Ethan & Joel Coen
  51. Minority Report (2002) - Steven Spielberg
  52. The Mirror (1975) - Andrei Tarkovsky
  53. Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (2011) - Brad Bird
  54. Miss Lovely (2012) - Ashim Ahluwalia
  55. Moderato Cantabile/ Seven Days... Seven Nights (1960) - Peter Brook 
  56. Mohan Joshi Haazir Ho!/Summons for Mohan Joshi (1984) - Saeed Akhtar Mirza
  57. Mommy (2014) - Xavier Dolan
  58. Moner Manush/Quest (2010) - Goutam Ghose
  59. Moneyball (2011) - Bennett Miller
  60. Mon Oncle (1958) - Jacques Tati
  61. Monsieur Verdoux (1947) - Charlie Chaplin
  62. Morvern Callar (2002) - Lynne Ramsay
  63. Mother (2009) - Bong Joon-ho
  64. The Mother and the Whore (1973) - Jean Eustache
  65. Mother of Mine/Aideista Parhain (2005) - Klaus Haro
  66. The Motorcycle Diaries/Diarios De Motocicleta (2003) - Walter Salles Jr.
  67. Mouchette (1967) - Robert Bresson
  68. Mr. Brooks (2007) - Bruce A. Evans
  69. Mr. Hulot's Holiday (1953) - Jacques Tati
  70. Munich (2005) - Steven Spielberg
  71. Murder, My Sweet (1944) - Edward Dmytryk
  72. My Blueberry Nights (2007) - Wong Kar-Wai
  73. My Darling Clementine (1946) - John Ford
  74. My Friend Ivan Lapshin (1984) - Aleksei German
  75. My Night at Maud's (1969) - Eric Rohmer
  76. My Own Private Idaho (1991) - Gus Van Sant
  77. Mystic River (2003) - Clint Eastwood

N
  1. Naboer/Next Door (2005) - Pal Sletaune
  2. Naked Childhood (1969) - Maurice Pialat
  3. The Naked City (1948) - Jules Dassin
  4. The Naked Kiss (1964) - Samuel Fuller
  5. The Naked Spur (1953) - Anthony Mann
  6. Nashville (1975) - Robert Altman
  7. Nayak/The Hero (1966) - Satyajit Ray
  8. Nayak/The Hero (1966) - Satyajit Ray [REVISIT]
  9. Nayakan/Nayagan (1987) - Mani Ratnam
  10. Nebraska (2013) - Alexander Payne
  11. Nelly and Monsieur Arnaud (1995) - Claude Sautet
  12. Network (1976) - Sidney Lumet
  13. New York Stories (1989) - Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola & Woody Allen
  14. Nice Guy (2012) - Pascal Bergamin
  15. Night and the City (1950) - Jules Dassin
  16. A Night at the Opera (1935) - Sam Wood
  17. The Night Buffalo/El Bufalo de la Noche (2006) - Jorge Hernandez Aldana
  18. Nightmare Alley (1947) - Edmund Goulding
  19. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) - Wes Craven
  20. The Night of the Hunter (1955) - Charles Laughton
  21. Nights of Cabiria (1957) - Federico Fellini
  22. Night Train (1959) - Jerzy Kawalerowicz
  23. 1947 Earth (1999) - Deepa Mehta
  24. 1900/Novecento (1976) - Bernardo Bertolucci
  25. No (2012) - Pablo Larrain
  26. No Country for Old Men (2007) - Ethan & Joel Coen
  27. No End (1985) - Krzysztof Kieslowski
  28. Noite Vazia (1964) - Walter Hugo Khouri
  29. No Man's Land (2001) - Danis Tanovic
  30. North by Northwest (1959) - Alfred Hitchcock
  31. Notes on a Scandal (2006) - Richard Eyre
  32. Notorious (1946) - Alfred Hitchcock
  33. La Notte/The Night (1961) - Michelangelo Antonioni
  34. Noukadubi/Boat Wreck (2010) - Rituparno Ghosh
  35. Nowhere in Africa (2001) - Caroline Link
  36. La Nuit Americaine/Day for Night (1973) - Francois Truffaut

O
  1. Oldboy/Oldeuboi (2003) - Park Chan-Wook
  2. Omkara (2006) - Vishal Bharadwaj
  3. Once (2007) - John Carney
  4. Once Upon A Time in America (1984) - Sergio Leone
  5. Once Upon A Time in Anatolia (2011) - Nuri Bilge Ceylan
  6. Once Upon A Time in the West (1968) - Sergio Leone
  7. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) - Milos Forman
  8. 127 Hours (2010) - Danny Boyle
  9. Onibaba (1964) - Kaneto Shindo
  10. Open Your Eyes (1997) - Alejandro Amenabar
  11. Ordet/The Word (1955) - Carl Theodore Dreyer
  12. The Orphanage/El Orphanto (2007) - Juan Antonio Bayona
  13. Ossessione (1943) - Luchino Visconti
  14. The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) - Clint Eastwood
  15. Out of the Past (1947) - Jacques Tourneur
  16. The Ox-Bow Incident (1943) - William A. Wellman
  17. Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! (2008) - Dibakar Banerjee

P
  1. Paan Singh Tomar (2012) - Tigmanshu Dhulia
  2. Paisan (1946) - Roberto Rossellini
  3. Pale Flower (1964) - Masahiro Shinoda
  4. Pan's Labyrinth (2006) - Guillermo Del Toro
  5. Pan's Labyrinth (2006) - Guillermo Del Toro [REVISIT]
  6. Paradise Now (2005) - Hany Abu-Assad
  7. The Parallax View (1974) - Alan J. Pakula
  8. Parinda (1989) - Vidhu Vinod Chopra
  9. Paris, Texas (1984) - Wim Wenders
  10. Paroma (1984) - Aparna Sen
  11. Paromitar Ek Din/House of Memories (2000) - Aparna Sen
  12. Party (1984) - Govind Nihalani
  13. The Party and the Guests (1966) - Jan Nemec
  14. Passage to Marseille (1944) - Michael Curtiz
  15. Le Passe/The Past (2013) - Asghar Farhadi
  16. The Passenger (1975) - Michelangelo Antonioni
  17. The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) - Carl Theodor Dreyer
  18. Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (1973) - Sam Peckinpah
  19. Pather Panchali/Song of the Little Road (1955) - Satyajit Ray
  20. Paths of Glory (1957) - Stanley Kubrick
  21. Pauline at the Beach (1983) - Eric Rohmer
  22. The Pawnbroker (1964) - Sidney Lumet
  23. Pearls of the Deep (1966) - Jiri Menzel, Jan Nemec, Evald Schorm, Vera Chytilova, Jaromil Jires
  24. Peeping Tom (1960) - Michael Powell 
  25. Peppermint Frappe (1967) - Carlos Saura
  26. Persepolis (2007) - Marjane Satrapi & Vincent Paronnaud
  27. Persona (1966) - Ingmar Bergman
  28. Personel (1975) - Krzysztof Kieslowski 
  29. The Phantom of Liberty (1974) - Luis Bunuel
  30. The Piano Teacher/La Pianiste (2001) - Michael Haneke
  31. Pickpocket (1959) - Robert Bresson 
  32. Pickup on South Street (1953) - Sam Fuller 
  33. Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975) - Peter Weir
  34. Pierrot Le Fou/Crazy Pete (1965) - Jean-Luc Godard
  35. Pieta (2012) - Kim Ki-Duk
  36. Pigs and Battleships (1961) - Shohei Imamura
  37. Pitfall (1948) - Andre De Toth
  38. The Player (1992) - Robert Altman
  39. Play It Again, Sam (1972) - Herbert Ross
  40. Playtime (1967) - Jacques Tati
  41. The Pledge (2001) - Sean Penn
  42. Point Blank (1967) - John Boorman
  43. Police, Adjective/Politist, Adj. (2009) - Corneliu Porumboiu
  44. The Pornographers (1966) - Shohei Imamura
  45. The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946) - Tay Garnett
  46. Post Mortem (2010) - Pablo Larrain
  47. The Practice (1997-2004) - David E. Kelly
  48. Prince of the City (1981) - Sidney Lumet
  49. Prisoners (2013) - Denis Villeneuve 
  50. The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970) - Billy Wilder
  51. Prometheus (2012) - Ridley Scott
  52. The Proposition (2005) - John Hillcoat
  53. Public Enemies (2009) - Michael Mann
  54. Pulp Fiction (1994) - Quentin Tarantino
  55. Punch Drunk Love (2002) - Paul Thomas Anderson
  56. The Puppetmaster (1993) - Hou Hsiao-Hsien
  57. The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985) - Woody Allen

Q
  1. Q & A (1990) - Sidney Lumet
  2. Quantum of Solace (2008) - Mark Forster
  3. Quicksand (1950) - Irving Pichel
  4. The Quiet Family (1998) - Kim Jee-Woon
  5. Quiz Show (1994) - Robert Redford

R
  1. Raajneeti/Politics (2010) - Prakash Jha
  2. Rabindranath Tagore (1961) - Satyajit Ray
  3. Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008) - Aditya Chopra
  4. Race (2008) - Abbas-Mustan
  5. Radio Days (1987) - Woody Allen
  6. Raging Bull (1980) - Martin Scorsese
  7. Ran (1985) - Akira Kurosawa
  8. Ranjana Ami Ar Ashbo Na (2011) - Anjan Dutt
  9. Rashomon (1950) - Akira Kurosawa
  10. Ratcatcher (1999) - Lynne Ramsay
  11. Raw Deal (1948) - Anthony Mann
  12. The Reader (2008) - Stephen Daldry
  13. Rear Window (1954) - Alfred Hitchcock
  14. Rebels of the Neon God (1992) - Tsai Ming-Liang
  15. Recollections of the Yellow House (1989) - Joao Cesar Monteiro
  16. Reconstruction/Anaparastasi (1970) - Theo Angelopoulos
  17. Red Desert (1964) - Michelangelo Antonioni 
  18. Red Psalm (1972) - Miklos Jancso 
  19. Red River (1948) - Howard Hawks
  20. Red Violin (1998) - Francois Girard
  21. Repulsion (1965) - Roman Polanski
  22. Reservoir Dogs (1992) - Quentin Tarantino
  23. Revanche/Revenge (2008) - Gotz Spielmann
  24. Revolutionary Road (2008) - Sam Mendes
  25. Ride Lonesome (1959) - Budd Boetticher
  26. Ride the High Country (1962) - Sam Peckinpah
  27. Ride the Pink Horse (1947) - Robert Montgomery
  28. Rififi/Du Rififi Chez les Hommes (1955) - Jules Dassin
  29. Righteous Kill (2008) - Jon Avnet
  30. Rio Bravo (1959) - Howard Hawks 
  31. Rio Grande (1950) - John Ford
  32. Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011) - Rupert Wyatt
  33. The Roaring Twenties (1939) - Raoul Walsh
  34. RocknRolla (2008) - Guy Ritchie
  35. Rockstar (2011) - Imtiaz Ali
  36. Roja (1992) - Mani Ratnam
  37. Romeo is Bleeding (1994) - Peter Medak
  38. Rome, Open City (1945) - Roberto Rossellini
  39. Rosemary's Baby (1968) - Roman Polanski
  40. Rounders (1998) - John Dahl
  41. The Round-Up/Szegenylegenyek (1965) - Miklos Jancso
  42. Royal Bengal Rahasya (2011) - Sandip Ray
  43. The Royal Tenenbaums (2001) - Wes Anderson
  44. The Rules of the Geme/La Regle du Jeu (1939) - Jean Renoir
  45. Run Lola Run (1998) - Tom Tykwer
  46. Rushmore (1998) - Wes Anderson

S
  1. 7 Khoon Maaf (2011) - Vishal Bharadwaj
  2. Saat Pake Bandha (1963) - Ajoy Kar
  3. Sabrina (1954) - Billy Wilder
  4. The Sacrifice/Offret (1986) - Andrei Tarkovsky
  5. Sadgati/The Deliverance (1981) - Satyajit Ray
  6. Safe House (2012) - Daniel Espinosa
  7. Samaritan Girl (2004) - Kim Ki-Duk
  8. Le Samourai/The Samurai (1967) - Jean-Pierre Melville
  9. Samurai Rebellion (1967) - Masaki Kobayashi
  10. Sanjhbatir Rupkathara/Strokes & Silhouettes (2002) - Anjan Das
  11. San Quentin (1937) - Lloyd Bacon
  12. Sansho the Bailiff (1954) - Kenji Mizoguchi
  13. Satantango/Satan's Tango (1994) - Bela Tarr
  14. Satyajit Ray Negatives: My Life with Manikda (2005) - Bo Van der Werf
  15. The Savages (2007) - Tamara Jenkins
  16. Sawdust and Tinsel (1953) - Ingmar Bergman
  17. The Scar/Blizna (1976) - Krzysztof Kieslowski
  18. Scarlet Street (1945) - Fritz Lang
  19. Scenes from a Marriage (1973) - Ingmar Bergman
  20. The Searchers (1956) - John Ford 
  21. Sea Shadow (2011) - Nawaf Al-Janahi
  22. The Secret in Their Eyes (2009) - Juan Jose Campanella
  23. Seemabaddha/Company Limited (1971) - Satyajit Ray
  24. A Separation (2011) - Asghar Farhadi
  25. September (1987) - Woody Allen
  26. A Serious Man (2009) - Ethan & Joel Coen
  27. Serpico (1973) - Sidney Lumet
  28. The Set-Up (1949) - Robert Wise
  29. Seven/Se7en (1995) - David Fincher
  30. Seven Samurai/Shichinin No Samurai (1954) - Akira Kurosawa
  31. Seventeen Moments of Spring (1973) - Tatyana Lioznova
  32. The Seventh Continent (1989) - Michael Haneke
  33. The Seventh Seal (1957) - Ingmar Bergman
  34. Sex and Lucia/Lucia y el Sexo (2001) - Julio Medem
  35. Shabdo/Sound (2013) - Kaushik Ganguly
  36. Shadows in Paradise (1986) - Aki Kaurismaki
  37. Shaitan (2011) - Bejoy Nambiar
  38. Shakha Proshakha/The Branches of a Tree (1990) - Satyajit Ray
  39. Shame (1968) - Ingmar Bergman
  40. Shame (2011) - Steve McQueen
  41. Shameless (2012) - Filip Marczewski 
  42. Shane (1953) - George Stevens
  43. Shanghai (2012) - Dibakar Bannerjee
  44. Shart/The Bet (1986) - Ketan Anand
  45. Shatranj Ke Khiladi/The Chess Player (1977) - Satyajit Ray
  46. She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (1949) - John Ford
  47. Sherlock Holmes (2009) - Guy Ritchie
  48. Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011) - Guy Ritchie
  49. Sherlock Jr. (1924) - Buster Keaton 
  50. Shield of Straw (2013) - Takashi Miike
  51. The Shining (1980) - Stanley Kubrick
  52. Shob Choritro Kalponik/Afterword (2009) - Rituparno Ghosh
  53. The Shooting (1966) - Monte Hellman
  54. Short Cuts (1993) - Robert Altman
  55. A Short Film About Killing (1988) - Krzysztof Kieslowski
  56. A Short Film About Love (1988) - Krzysztof Kieslowski
  57. A Short Working Day (1981) - Krzysztof Kieslowski
  58. Shoot the Piano Player/Tirez Sur Le Pianiste (1960) - Francois Truffaut
  59. The Shop on Main Street/Obchod na Korze (1965) - Jan Kadar & Elmar Klos
  60. Shotgun Stories (2007) - Jeff Nichols
  61. Shukno Lanka (2010) - Gaurab Pandey
  62. Shutter Island (2010) - Martin Scorsese
  63. The Sicilian Clan (1969) - Henri Verneuil
  64. The Silence (1963) - Ingmar Bergman
  65. The Silence (2010) - Baran bo Odar
  66. Silver Linings Playbook (2012) - David O. Russell
  67. Singin' in the Rain (1952) - Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly
  68. Skyfall (2012) - Sam Mendes 
  69. Sleeper (1973) - Woody Allen
  70. Slumdog Millionaire (2008) - Danny Boyle
  71. Small Town Murder Songs (2010) - Ed Gass-Donnelly
  72. Smritimedur/Pleasant Remembrances (2009) - Sunit Bhattacharya
  73. The Sniper (1952) - Edward Dmytryk
  74. Snowpiercer (2013) - Bong Joon-ho
  75. The Snowtown Murders (2011) - Justin Kurzel
  76. The Social Network (2010) - David Fincher
  77. The Soft Skin (1964) - Francois Truffaut
  78. Something in the Air (2012) - Olivier Assayas
  79. Solaris/Solyaris (1972) - Andrei Tarkovsky
  80. Some Like It Hot (1959) - Billy Wilder
  81. Somewhere (2010) - Sofia Coppola
  82. Somewhere in the Night (1946) - Joseph L. Mankeiwicz 
  83. The Son/Le Fils (2002) - Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne
  84. Sonar Kella/The Golden Fortress (1974) - Satyajit Ray 
  85. Songs from the Second Floor (2000) - Roy Andersson
  86. Sophie Scholl: The Final Days (2005) - Marc Rothemund
  87. Sorcerer (1977) - William Friedkin
  88. Spider (2002) - David Cronenberg
  89. The Spiral Staircase (1946) - Robert Siodmak
  90. The Spirit of the Beehive (1973) - Victor Erice
  91. Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter... and Spring (2003) - Kim Ki-Duk
  92. The Spy Who Came in from the Cold (1965) - Martin Ritt
  93. The Squad and the Whale (2005) - Noah Baumbach
  94. The Square (2008) - Nash Edgerton
  95. Stalag 17 (1953) - Billy Wilder
  96. Stalker (1979) - Andrei Tarkovsky
  97. Stardust Memories (1980) - Woody Allen
  98. Sthaniya Sambaad/Spring in the Colony (2009) - Moinak Biswas & Arjun Gourisaria
  99. Stoker (2013) - Park Chan-Wook 
  100. Stolen Desire (1958) - Shohei Imamura 
  101. Stolen Kisses (1968) - Francois Truffaut
  102. A Story Written with Water (1965) - Yoshishige Yoshida
  103. La Strada (1954) - Federico Fellini 
  104. Stranger than Paradise (1984) - Jim Jarmusch
  105. Straw Dogs (1971) - Sam Peckinpah
  106. Stromboli (1950) - Roberto Rossellini 
  107. Stroszek (1977) - Werner Herzog
  108. Subarnarekha/The Golden Thread (1965) - Ritwik Ghatak
  109. Sucker Punch (2011) - Zack Snyder
  110. Sukumar Ray (1987) - Satyajit Ray
  111. Summer/The Green Ray (1986) - Eric Rohmer
  112. Summer Hours (2008) - Oliver Assayas
  113. A Summer's Tale (1996) - Eric Rohmer
  114. Summer with Monika (1953) - Ingmar Bergman
  115. Sunglass (2012) - Rituparno Ghosh
  116. The Sun in a Net (1963) - Stefan Uher
  117. Sunset Boulevard (1950) - Billy Wilder
  118. Super (2010) - James Gunn
  119. The Suspended Step of the Stork (1991) - Theo Angelopoulos
  120. Sweet Smell of Success (1957) - Alexander MacKendrick
  121. Sympathy for Lady Vengeance/Lady Vengeance (2005) - Park Chan-Wook
  122. Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (2002) - Park Chan-Wook
  123. Synecdoche, New York (2008) - Charlie Kaufman
  124. The Sweet Hereafter (1997) - Atom Egoyan

T
  1. Take Aim at the Police Van (1960) - Seijun Suzuki
  2. Take Care of Your  Scarf, Tatiana (1994) - Aki Kaurismaki
  3. Taken (2008) - Pierre Morel
  4. Take the Money and Run (1969) - Woody Allen
  5. Takhan Teish/He Was 23 (2011) - Atanu Ghosh
  6. The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 (2009) - Tony Scott
  7. Tale of Cinema (2005) - Hong Sang-soo
  8. A Tale of Springtime (1990) - Eric Rohmer
  9. A Tale of Two Sisters (2003) - Kim Jee-Woon
  10. A Tale of Winter (1992) - Eric Rohmer
  11. Tales from the Crypt (1972) - Freddie Francis
  12. Tales from the Golden Age (2009) - Cristian Mungiu et al
  13. Talk to Her (2002) - Pedro Almodovar
  14. The Tall T (1957) - Budd Boetticher
  15. Taste of Cherry (1997) - Abbas Kiarostami
  16. Taxi Driver (1976) - Martin Scorsese
  17. The Tenant (1976) - Roman Polanski
  18. The Terminator (1984) & Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991) - James Cameron
  19. Terminator Salvation (2009) - McG
  20. That Obscure Object of Desire (1977) - Luis Bunuel
  21. Thelma and Louise (1991) - Ridley Scott
  22. They Drive by Night (1940) - Raoul Walsh
  23. Thieves' Highway (1949) - Jules Dassin
  24. The Thin Blue Line (1988) - Errol Morris
  25. The Thing (1982) - John Carpenter
  26. The Third Generation (1979) - Rainer Werner Fassbinder
  27. The Third Man (1949) - Carol Reed
  28. The Third Man (1949) - Carol Reed [REVISIT]
  29. Thirst for Love (1967) - Koreyoshi Kurahara
  30. 13 Tzameti (2005) - Gela Babluani
  31. 36 Chowringhee Lane (1981) - Aparna Sen
  32. This Man Must Die (1969) - Claude Chabrol
  33. This Is It (2009) - Kenny Ortega
  34. Thor (2011) - Kenneth Branagh
  35. Three Colors/Trois Couleurs: Red/Rouge (1993), White/Blanc (1994), Blue/Bleu (1994) - Krzysztof Kieslowski
  36. Three Days of the Condor (1975) - Sidney Pollack
  37. Three... Extremes (2004): Dumplings, Cut, Box - Fruit Chan, Park Chan-Wook, Takashi Mike
  38. 3-Iron/Bin-Jip (2004) - Kim Ki-Duk
  39. 3:10 to Yuma (1957) - Delmer Daves
  40. Throne of Blood/Kumonosu-jo (1957) - Akira Kurosawa
  41. Through a Glass Darkly (1961) - Ingmar Bergman
  42. THX 1138 (1971) - George Lucas
  43. Time of My Life (2012) - Nic Balthazar 
  44. The Time to Live and the Time to Die (1985) - Hou Hsiao-Hsien 
  45. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (1979) - John Irvin
  46. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (2011) - Tomas Alfredson
  47. Tintin and I/Tintin et Moi (2003) - Anders Høgsbro Østergaard
  48. Tintorettor Jishu/Tintoretto's Jesus (2004) - Sandip Ray
  49. Titash Ekti Nodir Naam/A River Called Titas (1973) - Ritwik Ghatak
  50. T-Men (1947) - Anthony Mann
  51. To Die For (1995) - Gus Van Sant
  52. To Have and Have Not (1944) - Howard Hawks
  53. Tokyo Drifter (1966) - Seijun Suzuki
  54. Tokyo Sonata (2008) - Kiyoshi Kurosawa
  55. Tokyo Story (1953) - Yasujiro Ozu
  56. Tony Manero (2008) - Pablo Larrain
  57. To Rome with Love (2012) - Woody Allen 
  58. Touchez Pas au Grisbi (1954) - Jacques Becker
  59. Touch of Evil (1958) - Orson Welles
  60. The Tourist (2010) - Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
  61. The Tracey Fragments (2007) - Bruce McDonald
  62. Traffic (2000) - Steven Soderbergh
  63. Trafic (1971) - Jacques Tati
  64. Trainspotting (1996) - Danny Boyle
  65. The Travelling Players (1975) - Theo Angelopoulos
  66. The Treasure of Sierra Madre (1948) - John Huston
  67. Trees Lounge (1996) - Steve Buscemi
  68. Tristana (1970) - Luis Bunuel
  69. Le Trou/The Hole (1960) - Jacques Becker
  70. Trouble Every Day (2001) - Claire Denis
  71. True Romance (1993) - Tony Scott
  72. Tuesday, After Christmas (2010) - Rudu Muntean
  73. The Turin Horse (2011) - Bela Tarr
  74. Turtles Can Fly (2004) - Bahman Ghobadi
  75. 12:08 East of Bucharest (2006) - Corneliu Porumboiu
  76. 12 Angry Men (1957) - Sidney Lumet
  77. 12 Monkeys (1995) - Terry Gilliam
  78. 12 Years A Slave (2013) - Steve McQueen
  79. 28 Days Later (2002) - Danny Boyle
  80. 25 Fireman's Street (1973) - Istvan Szabo
  81. 24 (2001-2010) - Miscellaneous
  82. 21 Grams (2003) - Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
  83. Two in the Wave (2010) - Emmanuel Laurent
  84. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) - Stanley Kubrick
  85. 2046 (2004) - Wong Kar-Wai

U
  1. Ucho/The Ear (1970) - Karel Kachyna
  2. Udaan (2010) - Vikramaditya Motwane
  3. Ugetsu Monogatari (1953) - Kenji Mizoguchi
  4. Ulysses' Gaze (1995) - Theo Angelopoulos 
  5. Underground (1995) - Emir Kusturica
  6. The Unfaithful Wife/La Femme Infedele (1969) - Claude Chabrol
  7. Unstoppable (2010) - Tony Scott
  8. Up (2009) - Pete Doctor & Bob Peterson
  9. Up in the Air (2009) - Jason Reitman
  10. Utsab/The Festival (2001) - Rituparno Ghosh
  11. Uzak/Distant (2002) - Nuri Bilge Ceylan

V
  1. Vai e Vem/Come and Go (2003) - Joao Cesar Monteiro
  2. Valkyrie (2008) - Bryan Singer
  3. Vengeance is Mine (1979) - Shohei Imamura 
  4. Vera Cruz (1954) - Robert Aldrich
  5. The Verdict (1982) - Sidney Lumet
  6. La Verite/The Truth (1960) - Henri-Georges Clouzot 
  7. Veronika Voss (1982) - Rainer Werner Fassbinder
  8. Vertigo (1958) - Alfred Hitchcock
  9. Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008) - Woody Allen
  10. Videodrome (1983) - David Cronenberg
  11. La Vie de Boheme (1992) - Aki Kaurismaki
  12. Violette Noziere (1978) - Claude Chabrol
  13. Violence at Noon (1966) - Nagisa Oshima
  14. Vincent, Francois, Paul and the Others (1974) - Claude Sautet 
  15. The Virgin Spring (1960) - Ingmar Bergman 
  16. Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors (2000) - Hong Sang-soo
  17. The Virgin Suicides (1999) - Sofia Coppola
  18. Viridiana (1961) - Luis Bunuel 
  19. Vive L'Amour (1994) - Tsai Ming-Liang
  20. Vivre Sa Vie/My Life to Live (1962) - Jean-Luc Godard 
  21. Voyage to Cythera (1984) - Theo Angelopoulos

W
  1. The Wages of Fear (1953) - Henry-Georges Clouzot 
  2. Wake Up Love/Despabilate Amor (1996) - Eliseo Subiela
  3. WALL-E (2008) - Andrew Stanton
  4. Waltz With Bashir/Vals Im Bashir (2008) - Ari Folman
  5. Wanted (2008) - Timur Backmambetov
  6. Warlock (1959) - Edward Dmytryk 
  7. The Warped Ones (1960) - Koreyoshi Kurahara
  8. Warrior (2011) - Gavin O'Connor
  9. The Wayward Cloud (2005) - Tsai Ming-Liang
  10. A Wednesday (2008) - Neeraj Pandey
  11. Weekend Stories (1996-1997) - Krzysztof Zanussi
  12. The Weeping Meadow (2003) - Theo Angelopoulos
  13. Werckmeister Harmonies (2000) - Bela Tarr
  14. We Won't Grow Old Together (1972) - Maurice Pialat 
  15. What Time Is It There? (2001) - Tsai Ming-Liang
  16. When Father was Away on Business (1985) - Emir Kusturica
  17. Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950) - Otto Preminger
  18. While We're Young (2014) - Noah Baumbach
  19. White Heat (1949) - Raoul Walsh
  20. The White Ribbon (2009) - Michael Haneke
  21. Who's That Knocking At My Door? (1968) - Martin Scorsese
  22. The Wild Bunch (1969) - Sam Peckinpah
  23. Wild Strawberries (1957) - Ingmar Bergman
  24. Wild Tales (2014) - Damian Szifron
  25. Winchester '73 (1950) - Anthony Mann
  26. Wings of Desire (1987) - Wim Wenders
  27. Winter Light (1962) - Ingmar Bergman
  28. Witness (1985) - Peter Weir
  29. Witness for the Prosecution (1957) - Billy Wilder
  30. Woh Lamhe/Those Moments (2005) - Mohit Suri
  31. The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) - Martin Scorsese
  32. Woman in the Dunes (1964) - Hiroshi Teshigahara
  33. The Woman in the Window (1944) - Fritz Lang 
  34. Woman of the Lake (1966) - Yoshishige Yoshida
  35. Wonder Boys (2000) - Curtis Hanson
  36. The Working Class Goes to Heaven (1971) - Elio Petri
  37. Woyzeck (1979) - Werner Herzog
  38. The Wrestler (2008) - Darren Aronofsky
  39. The Wrong Move (1975) - Wim Wenders

Y
  1. Yellow Sky (1948) - William A. Wellman
  2. Yesterday Girl (1966) -Alexander Kluge
  3. Yi Yi/A One and a Two (2000) - Edward Yang
  4. Yojimbo/The Bodyguard (1961) - Akira Kurosawa
  5. You, the Living/Du Levande (2007) - Roy Andersson
  6. Youth of the Beast (1963) - Seijun Suzuki
  7. Y Tu Mama Tambien/And Your Mother Too (2001) - Alfonso Cuaron

Z
  1. Z (1969) - Costa-Gavras
  2. Zelig (1983) - Woody Allen
  3. Zero Dark Thirty (2012) - Kathryn Bigelow
  4. 033 (2010) - Birsa Dasgupta
  5. Zhantai/Platform (2000) - Jia Zhang-Ke
  6. Zindagi Ek Safar: Kishore Kumar (1989) - Sandip Ray
  7. Zodiac (2007) - David Fincher
  8. Zombie and the Ghost Train (1991) - Mika Kaurismaki