What Does Sight & Sound Consider to Be the 50 Best Films of 2020?
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BFI has a list of films for you.

This has been one hell of a year full of madness, uncertainty, and instability, but some amazing movies have still been released. In keeping with its truly wonderful tradition, the BFI's Sight & Sound Magazine surveyed over 100 of its contributors from around the world to develop its 50 favorite films of the year.

Read the list and check the reactions to the list at the BFI.

The best films of 2020 by Sight & Sound

50. The vastness of the night: Andrew Patterson, US

49. The Truth: Koreeda Hirokazu, Japan

48. The Invisible Man: Leigh Whannell, US

47. Richard Jewell: Clint Eastwood, US

46. ​​Collective: Alexander Nanau, Romania

45. Grace: Chinonye Chukwu, US

44.Borat Subsequent Film: Jason Woliner, US

43.Birds of prey: Cathy Yan, US

42. Another round: Thomas Vinterberg, Denmark

41. On endlessness: Roy Andersson, Sweden

40. The personal story of David Copperfield: Armando Iannucci, United Kingdom

39. The forty-year-old version: Radha Blank, US

38. Teaching: Christopher Nolan, US

37.She dies tomorrow: Amy Seimetz, US

36. Relic: Natalie Erika James, Australia

35. Mughal Mowgli: Bassam Tariq, United Kingdom

34. Mank: David Fincher, US

33. Limbo: Ben Sharrock, United Kingdom

32nd host: Rob Savage, United Kingdom

31. Ema: Pablo Larraín, Chile

30. Martin Eden: Pietro Marcello, Italy

29.Little women: Greta Gerwig, US

28. Les Misérables: Ladj Ly, France

27.His house: Remi Weekes, United Kingdom

26. The student: Chaitanya Tamhane, India

25. Baby Teeth: Shannon Murphy, Australia

24. Undine: Christian Petzold, Germany / France

23. The inheritance: Ephraim Asili, US

22. Owner: Brandon Cronenberg, Canada /United Kingdom

21. The year of discovery: Luis López Carrasco, Spain / Switzerland

20. Kajillionaire: Miranda July, US

19. WolfWalker: Tomm Moore & Ross Stewart, Ireland / France / Luxembourg

18. The woman who ran: Hong Sangsoo, South Korea

17. Bacurau: Glue Mendonça Filho & Juliano Dornelles, Brazil

16. David Byrne's American Utopia: Spike Lee, US

15. Shirley: Josephine Decker, US

14. The Assistant: Kitty Green, US

13. Mangrove: Steve McQueen, United Kingdom

12. Da 5 Bloods: Spike Lee, US

11. Bloody nose, empty pockets: Bill Ross IV & Turner Ross, US

Day 10: Tsai Ming-liang, Taiwan

9. Rocks: Sarah Gavron, United Kingdom

8. Nomad land: Chloé Zhao, US

7. Never Seldom Sometimes Always: Eliza Hittman, US

6. Dick Johnson is dead: Kirsten Johnson, US

5. Saint Maud: rose glass, United Kingdom

4. I think about ending things: Charlie Kaufman, US

3. First cow: Kelly Reichardt, US

2nd time: Garrett Bradley, US

1. Lovers Rock: Steve McQueen, United Kingdom

Which films would you like to see on the Sight & Sound list? Let us know in the comments.

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