The order and the categorization of the films are very arbitrary. I saw most of these films only once and in many of the cases it was the first time I see that specific film-maker's work. And then there aren't any linear value systems to judge what's most beautiful. So, despite all the complications, here it is:

One of the Greatest Films Ever
Eniaios (orders 6-8) / Gregory Markopoulos (completed in 1992 but had its premiere in 2012)

Il se peut que la beauté ait renforcé notre résolution - Masao Adachi / Philippe Grandrieux

Tabu / Miguel Gomes
Sleepless Night Stories / Jonas Mekas
Three Sisters / Wang Bing
The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo / David Fincher
Faust / Alexandr Sokurov
Bé omid é didar (Goodbye) / Mohammad Rasoulof

Everybody in Our Family / Radu Jude
Student / Darejan Omirbaev
7 Days in Havana: Diary of a Beginner / Elia Suleiman
Sleepless Night (Jam mot deuneun bam) / Jang Kun-jae
Un été brûlant / Philippe Garrel
Drive / Nicolas Winding Refn
Csak a szél (Just the Wind) / Benedek Fliegauf
Rio de Oro / Pablo Aldrete
Şimdiki Zaman (Present Tense) / Belmin Söylemez
11 Fleurs / Wang Xiaoshuai
Into the Abyss / Werner Herzog
Wuthering Heights / Andrea Arnold
Headshot / Pan-ek Ratanaruang
Las Acacias / Pablo Giorgelli
Memories Look at me (Ji Yi Wang Zhe Wo) / Song Fang
Si Piu / Johnnie To
L / Babis Makridis
Marna / Deniz Buga
Mai Morire / Enrique Rivera
La Playa DC / Juan Andes Arango
Djeca (Children of Sarajevo) / Aida Begic

Maybe Worth Seeing
Historias que so existem quando lembradas / Julia Murat
Eldfjall / Rúnar Rúnarsson
The Master / Paul Thomas Anderson
Moonrise Kingdom / Wes Anderson
Germania / Maximiliano Schonfeld
The Last Friday (Al Juma Al Akheira) / Yahya Alabdallah


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