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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Our top ten from the 2010 film fest

Every year we try to come up with a 'top-ten', chosen from the films we saw at the festival. (We see at least 20 films during the fest though – enough to warrant a week of vacation, but not too many to feel like work... ;-)

[In fact, TOfilmfest began as an email of our top picks, circulated among friends in the late 90's — which then grew into a mailing-list... and then evolved into a website!]

We use a simple criteria — which films would we be most eager to see again? ...so, for what it's worth, here's our 2010 Toronto International Film Festival top ten:
“LEAP YEAR” (2010 feature film directed by Michael Rowe)
He said,
  1. Brownian Movement
  2. Leap Year“THE SLEEPING BEAUTY” (2010 feature film directed by Catherine Breillat)
  3. Jaloux
  4. Confessions
  5. The Sleeping Beauty“EROTIC MAN” (2010 feature documentary film directed by Jørgen Leth)
  6. Erotic Man“SENSATION” (2010 feature film directed by Tom Hall)
  7. Blue Valentine
  8. Buried
  9. Submarine
  10. Sensation
“I AM SLAVE” (2010 feature film directed by Gabriel Range)
She said,
  1. Blue Valentine
  2. I Am Slave
  3. Wasted On the Young
  4. Confessions“WASTED ON THE YOUNG” (2010 feature film directed by Ben C. Lucas)
  5. Brownian Movement
  6. Submarine
  7. Buried“AS IF I'M NOT THERE” (2010 feature film directed by Juanita Wilson)
  8. As If I'm Not There“SPECIAL TREATMENT” (2010 feature film directed by Jeanne Labrune)
  9. Special Treatment
  10. Jaloux

Agreed...


“BROWNIAN MOVEMENT” (2010 feature film directed by Nanouk Leopold)“JALOUX” (2010 feature film directed by Patrick Demers)“CONFESSIONS” (2010 feature film directed by Tetsuya Nakashima)“BLUE VALENTINE” (2010 feature film directed by Derek Cianfrance)“BURIED” (2010 feature film directed by Rodrigo Cortés)“SUBMARINE” (2010 feature film directed by Richard Ayoade)

See you at the next fest!
TOfilmfest
#TIFF10

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