August 2015 Viewing Tally

Last updated: 31 August.
40 features, 33 shorts, 58 at the cinema, nine rewatches

Cinema viewings are italicised
06. Coloured dates are 35mm viewings
Rewatches are marked #
The top five first-time viewings of the month are marked
          Shorts are indented
For an explanation of ratings, see below

04. Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation.
          Christopher McQuarrie 2015 7/10
06. Major Dundee. Sam Peckinpah 1965 8/10
06. Keeper. Guillaume Senez 2015 6/10
06. The Waiting Room. Igor Drljača 2015 5/10
06. The Ballad of Cable Hogue. Sam Peckinpah 1970 7/10
07. Dark in the White Light. Vimukthi Jayasundara 2015 4/10
07. The Cross of Iron. Sam Peckinpah 1977 7/10
07. Cosmos. Andrzej Żuławski 2015 5/10
07. The Wild Bunch. Sam Peckinpah 1969 8/10
07.     The Wild Bunch: An Album in Montage.
          Paul Seydor 1996 7/10
07. Recollection. Kamal Aljafari 2015 5/10
07. Jack. Elisabeth Scharang 2015 6/10
08. Schneider vs. Bax. Alex van Warmerdam 2015 6/10
08. James White. Josh Mond 2015 7/10
08.     Night Without Distance. Lois Patiño 2015 7/10
08.     Strata of the Image. Lois Patiño 2015 7/10
08.     Undisclosed Recipients. Sandro Aguilar 2015 6/10
08.     The Glory of Filmmaking in Portugal.
          Manuel Mozos 2015 7/10
08. Junior Bonner. Sam Peckinpah 1972 8/10
08. Year of the Dragon. Michael Cimino 1985 6/10
09. No Home Movie. Chantal Akerman 2015 4/10 
11.     Normal. Madison Brookshire 2015 7/10
11.     Psychic Driving. William E. Jones 2014 8/10 #
11. Hoopeston. Thomas Bender 2008 7/10
11.     Atlantis. Ben Russell 2014 6/10 #
11. Of the North. Dominic Gagnon 2015 5/10
11. America Recycled.
          Noah Hussin/Timothy Hussin 2015 7/10
11.     Ana Square. Jelena Novaković 2015 7/10
11. Mana. Valerie Kontakos 2015 6/10
11.     Unmappable. Diane Hodson/Jasmine Luoma 2014 6/10
11. Pervert Park. Frida Barkfors/Lasse Barkfors 2014 6/10
12.     Object. Paulina Skibińska 2015 7/10
12. Uncertain. Anna Sandilands/Ewan McNicol 2015 7/10
12.     Corner. Madison Brookshire 2008 7/10
12.     Lay Down Tracks.
          Brigid McCaffrey/Danielle Lombardi 2006 7/10
12.     Fish Kill Flea.
          Brian Cassidy/Aaron Hillis/Jennifer Loebe 2007 8/10
12. I am the People. Anna Roussillon 2014 6/10
12.     Moments of Silence.
          Mats Bigert/Lars Bergström 2014 7/10
12. A German Youth. Jean-Gabriel Périot 2015 7/10
13.     Ministry of Memories.
          Fisnik Maxhuni/Alain Guillebeau 2015 8/10
13.     Atlantis. Ben Russell 2014 6/10 #
13. The Royal Road. Jenni Olson 2015 8/10
13.     Of the Unknown. Eva Weber 2014 7/10
13.     Territory. Eleanor Martimer 2014 7/10
13. Elephant's Dream. Kristof Bilsen 2014 7/10
13.     Dublin. Madison Brookshire 2008 6/10
13.     China Town. Lucy Raven 2009 6/10
13.     Profit Motive and the Whispering Wind.
          John Gianvito 2007 8/10
13. Above and Below. Nicolas Steiner 2015 5/10
13.     Things. Ben Rivers 2014 7/10
14. Machine Gun or Typewriter? Travis Wilkerson 2015 7/10
14.     Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah.
          Adam Benzine 2015 5/10
14.     I Thought I Told You to Shut Up. Charlie Tyrell
          2015 5/10
14. The Russian Woodpecker. Chad Gracia 2015 5/10
14.     After Lumiere. Madison Brookshire 2008 7/10
14.     Alexandria. Madison Brookshire 2009 6/10
14.     Santa Monica. Madison Brookshire 2009 6/10
14.     Pavement. Madison Brookshire 2008 7/10
14.     Century. Kevin Jerome Everson 2012 7/10
14.     Who Is Bozo Texino? Bill Daniel 2005 8/10
14. In Transit. Albert Maysles/Lynn True/Nelson Walker/
          David Usui/Ben Wu 2015 8/10
14.     A Long Way From Home. Jay Rosenblatt 2015 7/10
21.     Pedagogue. Neil Bartlett/Stuart Marshall 1988 7/10
21. The Deer Hunter. Michael Cimino 1978 9/10 #
24. Rashomon. Akira Kurosawa 1951 7/10 #
24. Lost in Translation. Sofia Coppola 2003 8/10 #
24. Commando. Mark L. Lester 1985 6/10 #
25. She's the Man. Andy Fickman 2006 3/10
25. Jurassic Park. Steven Spielberg 1993 9/10 #
26. Muppet Treasure Island. Brian Henson 1996 7/10
26. The Jungle Book. Wolfgang Reitherman 1967 7/10 #
27. It. Tommy Lee Wallace 1990 6/10
31. Princess Mononoke. Miyazaki Hazao 1997 7/10

Also watched:
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Two 8/10 

RATINGS
Grades are designed to have a level of flexibility and fluidity. A 7/10 grade, for example, means that at worst I like the film, at best I really like it. A 6/10 means that I liked the film at best, and at worst I had major qualms, but wouldn't say I disliked it. Etc.

10/9 Among best seen; 9/8 Loved it; 8/7 Really liked it; 7/6 Liked it; 6/5 Major qualms, but didn't dislike; 5/4 Disliked it; 4/3 Strongly disliked it; 3/2 Hated it; 2/1 Among worst seen.

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