Richard Ayoade (a.k.a. Moss from the IT Crowd) made the movie I always wanted to make. And that's cool.
4. Wuthering Heights
Beautiful and brutal. Rare to find a film where every frame works as a still photograph and as a motion picture. Maybe the 4:3 format helps here. Unforgettable howling wind.
The world needs more movies about friendship between two women. If not for the 15-20 seconds of actual porn, this would win all the awards.
2. Once Upon a Time in Anatolia
Follows the conversations that take place during a murder investigation, ending with a doctor's decision to omit something from the autopsy report. I will never be able to forget the end credit sequence.
1. Frances Ha
Greta Gerwig is a magical actress and Frances Ha is a magical film so hey, perfect fit. This is the one on the list I'm going to buy. If you don't know Greta Gerwig, see this. And Greenberg. And Nights and Weekends. And http://youtu.be/m0pirbsgB-c.