This page shows you the list charts. By default, the movies are ordered by how many times they have been marked as a favorite. However, you can also sort by other information, such as the total number of times it has been marked as a dislike.
Films that were exclusive the Criterion Collection Hulu channel that have not appeared in the collection as a feature or as an extra for another feature and that also have not reappeared on Filmstruck.
100 movies played by Polish television TVP for 100 years of filmmaking. The list in fact contains 97 movies, because 3 movies were divided in two parts:
Shichinin no samurai (1954)
Andrey Rublev (1966)
The Godfather (1972)
The Guinness Book of Film, subtitled The Ultimate Guide to the Best Films Ever, was an essential hard-cover movie guide published in 1999. It reviewed the top 1000 movies of the 20th Century.
From the 1000 films, the guide also selected a Top 100 Films, "essential recommendations" categorized into a Top 5 for each of twenty different genres.
First, a word of advice about gross-out comedies. They’re not to be watched while eating even the most basic of snacks. Popcorn? No. Cappuccino? Out of the question.
They’re not to be watched – by any means – with your parents. With their gags involving urine, vomit, semen and all manner of bodily fluids, these in-your-face foul movies are the kind that you watch, then have to immediately shower after.
This is the sub-genre’s charm, of course: that you weirdly enjoy the ‘eww!’ and the ’too far!!’ and the ‘please God no, don’t eat that!!!’
The roots of the subgenre – one marked not only by insanely gross scenes but by comedies that deal with taboo subjects such as sex and bodily functions – date back to the late 60s, after the MPAA film rating system replaced the industry’s strict Hays Code (which laid out moral guidelines of what was and wasn’t acceptable to show on screen).
Back then, some directors were beginning to dabble with subversive comedies that raised a middle finger to the status quo. Nothing was too OTT, nothing too far. The most notable among them? John Waters, aka the Pope of Trash, whose unashamedly lowbrow and tawdry comedies (including Pink Flamingos and Female Trouble) happily dwelled on humans being gross.
Towards the late 70s, the same shock humour employed by arthouse provocateurs bled into mainstream comedy, with popular movies like The Kentucky Fried Movie and National Lampoon’s Animal House leading to the term ‘gross-out’ being used by critics.
The glory years of the gross-out comedy came in the late 90s, though, with the Farrelly brothers (There’s Something about Mary) and the countless teen movies featuring scenes of sexual embarrassment – remember American Pie’s Jim caught masturbating into a tube sock?
What tethers these movies to their older cousins is, put simply, your reaction, your facial contortions. You worm in your seat, wishing you could unsee the thing you just saw. You want to wash your eyes out with a bar of soap. Ah, to be grossed out!
Collection of early films about President McKinley, The 1901 Pan-American Exposition, Turn-of-the-Century New York, and The 1906 San Francisco Earthquake from the Library of Congress collections. Most clips should be viewable from www.loc.gov.
Panoramic View of Brooklyn Bridge  has an imdb page but isn't available online any where I have found.
The following are available online but have no imdb pages:
Excavation for Subway 
TR in San Francisco, 1903 [Roosevelt] [2:26]
San Francisco's Future [Post]  [5:41]
I will update if anyone can locate the appropriate resources. Enjoy!
Danish documentary top 100 is a list with movies the Dansk Filminstitutt prioritize for preservation.
The list of documentaries is made by Niels Jensen and Tue Steen Møller in 2005 and contains 96 movies.
Movies on the list without an IMDb-entry:
Genbrug - dengang i 40'erne (1942-47)
7 mill. HK (1943)
Copenhagen Calling (1947)
De gamle (1961)
Det store bælt (1968)
En cigarets tid (1969)
Dengang jeg drog afsted (1970)
Livet i Danmark (1972)
Følelserne er de samme (1972)
En by omkring år 1900 (1972)
Livet en en drøm (1972)
Det sker ikke for mig (1973)
Danmark 1974 (1974)
Robert Jacobsen (1974)
Arbejderkvinder i Grønland (1975)
Cobra - et apres (1975)
Den store dag 1975
Flere atomkraftværker (1976)
Danmark A+B (1976)
Søren Hjort Nielsen (1976)
Svend Wiig Hansen i Nikolaj Kirke (1976)
Vi mødes i forsamlingshuset (1976)
Et undertrykt folk har altid ret (1976)
Inden vi vågner (1976)
Geologi - er det egentlig videnskab (1980)
Danmark - dit og mit (1981)
Nattens engel (1981)
Din nabos søn (1981)
Af jord er du kommet (1982)
Mødre i fremmed fædreland (1984)
Niels Bohr (1985)
Dråben i havet (1985)
Rued Langgaard (1986)
Russerne på Bornholm (1987)
Den skjulte virkelighed (1988)
Christiania - du har mit hjerte (1991)
Arne Treholt (1993)
Fra Brandes til Rifbjerg (1993)
Du og jeg - fire børn og filosofi (1994)
Et rigtigt bondeliv (1994)
Asger Jorn in memoriam (1995)
Mand med kamera (1995)
Farvernes sang (1996)
At gå op ad væggen (1997)
Homo Lalandiense (1997)
Amor Fati - et portræt af Peter Seeberg (1999)
The Independent Film & Television Alliance (IFTA), marking its 30th anniversary, has selected the 30 Most Significant Independent Films™ from around the world produced over the past three decades.
To mark the 30th anniversary of BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival, we are delighted to announce the Top 30 LGBT Films of All Time in the first major critical survey of LGBT films.
Over 100 film experts including critics, writers and programmers such as Joanna Hogg, Mark Cousins, Peter Strickland, Richard Dyer, Nick James and Laura Mulvey, as well as past and present BFI Flare programmers, have voted the Top 30 LGBT Films of All Time. The poll’s results represent 84 years of cinema and 12 countries, from countries including Thailand, Japan, Sweden and Spain, as well as films that showed at BFI Flare such as Orlando (1992), Beautiful Thing (1996), Weekend (2011) and Blue Is the Warmest Colour (2013).
In 1961, Basil Dearden’s Victim became the first mainstream English-language drama to feature a sympathetic homosexual protagonist, played by matinee idol Dirk Bogarde. In 2011, Andrew Haigh’s boy-meets-boy romance Weekend defied expectations to become a crossover art-house hit. The fact that, fifty years after Victim, Weekend is also considered groundbreaking is evidence of how far cinema may still have to go in terms of gay representation. But between these two revelatory films, there have been plenty of other important and entertaining ones made about gay, lesbian, and bisexual people, and several of them are available in the Criterion Collection, including works by trailblazers like Robert Epstein, Derek Jarman, and Gus van Sant.
This list is given to Film Students of the Zurich University of the Arts. For the Film-History exam, each student has to prepare one film of their choice for each Sub-Category
1) Beginning of Cinema (1-10) (Every movie of this category has to be seen)
2) Silent Films and Beginning of Sound (11 - 42)
- American Silent Films (11-18)
- European SIlent FIlms (19-30)
- Soviet Films of the Revolution (31-35)
- Beginning of Sound (36-42)
3) Hollywood I - American Genre Cinema / Classic Narration (43-83)
- Western (43-45)
- Biopic (46-49)
- Romance Melodrama (50-52)
- Crime/Gangster (53-55)
- Film Noir (56-60)
- Comedy (61-65)
- Musical (66-69)
- Horror (70-73)
- Epic (74-76)
- Authors in the Studio System (77-83)
4) European Cinema I - Early Realism in the European Cinema (84-105)
- Social Realism in Germany (84-89)
- Poetic Realism in France (90-97)
- Neorealism in Italy (98-105)
5) European Cinema II - Author Film, New types of Film Narration (106-140)
- Sweden (106-109)
- Italy (110-118)
- France (119-128)
- Great Britain (129-133)
- Federal Republic of Germany (134-140)
6) Hollywood II - Restoration (141-164)
- New Hollywood (141-152)
- High-Concept Film/ Blockbuster Cinema (153-164)
7) The East-European and Soviet Films during the Cold War (165-180)
- USSR (165-168)
- Poland (169-171)
- Czech Republic (172-176)
- DDR (177-180)
8) Cinema in Africa, Asia and Latin America (181-202)
- Africa (181-186)
- Latin America (187-194)
- Asia (195-202)
9) International Documentaries (203-237)
10) Avant-Garde Cinema / Experimental (238-255)
11) Film and Gender (Women's Film / Experimental Feminist Film / Queer FIlm) (256-271)
12) Postmodern Positions in FIlm (272-287)
13) Swiss Films (288-320)
- Feature (288-305)
- Documentary (306-320)
14) Cinema in the 21st Century (321-388)
- Mainstream (321-335)
- Arthouse (336-359)
- International Documentaries of the 21st Century (360-369)
- Swiss Fiction Films of the 21st Century (370-379)
- Swiss Documentaries of the 21st Century (380-388)
In 2017 the UK-based company Arrow Films expanded its "Arrow Academy" art house movie label into the US market with the following releases. For a list of Arrow Films' cult movie label "Arrow Video" USA's releases click [url=https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/arrow+video+usa+releases/knaldskalle/]here[/url].
For a list of their UK releases, please see [url=https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/arrow+video+releases+uk/brokenface/]Arrow Video Releases (UK)[/url] and [url=https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/arrow+academy+releases+uk/brokenface/]Arrow Academy Releases (UK)[/url].
In 2002 the BFI published a list of Top 50 South Asian films as voted on by select critics. In conjunction they also ran a poll asking readers for their top films.
Four titles currently missing from list.
31-40: Pakistan [missing #6 - Dooriyan (1984) and #10 - Gharana (1973)]
41-50: Sri Lanka [#3 - Ahas Guavwa (1974) and #8 - Tani Tatuwen Piyabanna (2002)]
Between 2010 and 2015 the cinematheque (Cinemateket) at the Swedish Film Institute conducted a series of screenings of 100 Swedish films it wanted to highlight. Be it because the films were innovative, were highly debated, are forgotten gems, or simply because they're masterpieces.
The list is by no means ranked. The films were continually selected by the programming staff and invited guests such as directors, actors and critics.