Indiewire Poll: Top 50 Films of 2013

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12 Years a Slave

Indiewire Poll: Top 50 Films of 2013 (as voted by 240 critics) (see also: 2011, 2012)

  1. 12 Years a Slave – Steve McQueen
  2. Inside Llewyn Davis – Joel & Ethan Coen
  3. Before Midnight – Richard Linklater
  4. Her – Spike Jonze
  5. Gravity – Alfonso Cuaron
  6. The Act of Killing – Joshua Oppenheimer
  7. Leviathan – Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Verena Paravel
  8. Blue is the Warmest Color – Abdellatif Kechiche
  9. Upstream Color – Shane Carruth
  10. Frances Ha – Noah Baumbach
  11. Spring Breakers – Harmony Korine
  12. Stories We Tell – Sarah Polley
  13. A Touch of Sin – Jia Zhang-ke
  14. The Great Beauty – Paolo Sorrentino
  15. American Hustle – David O. Russell
  16. Short Term 12 – Destin Cretton
  17. Nebraska – Alexander Payne
  18. Computer Chess – Andrew Bujalski
  19. All Is Lost – J.C. Chandor
  20. Museum Hours – Jem Cohen
  21. The Wolf of Wall Street – Martin Scorsese
  22. Like Someone In Love – Abbas Kiarostami
  23. To The Wonder – Terrence Malick
  24. The World’s End – Edgar Wright
  25. Beyond the Hills – Cristian Mungiu
  26. Drug War – Johnnie To
  27. Blue Jasmine – Woody Allen
  28. Bastards – Claire Denis
  29. The Wind Rises – Hayao Miyazaki
  30. The Past – Asghar Farhadi
  31. At Berkeley – Frederick Wiseman
  32. Post Tenebras Lux – Carlos Reygadas
  33. The Grandmaster – Wong Kar-Wai
  34. Fruitvale Station – Ryan Coogler
  35. No – Pablo Larraín
  36. Mud – Jeff Nichols
  37. The Hunt – Thomas Vinterberg
  38. Viola – Matías Piñeiro
  39. The Unspeakable Act – Dan Sallitt
  40. You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet – Alain Resnais
  41. Captain Phillips – Paul Greengrass
  42. The Spectacular Now – James Ponsoldt
  43. Something in the Air – Olivier Assayas
  44. Stoker – Park Chan-wook
  45. Dallas Buyers Club – Jean-Marc Vallée
  46. Wadjda – Haifaa al-Mansour
  47. Enough Said – Nicole Holofcener
  48. Laurence Anyways – Xavier Dolan
  49. Only God Forgives – Nicolas Winding Refn
  50. Side Effects – Steven Soderbergh