September 2015 Viewing Tally

Last updated: 30 September.


18 features, 71 shorts, 77 at the cinema, seven 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

03. Three Days. Šarūnas Bartas 1992 3/10
03. The House. Šarūnas Bartas 1997  2/10
04. The Corridor. Šarūnas Bartas 1995 3/10
07. The Insider. Michael Mann 1999 10/10 #
09. The Royal Road. Jenni Olson 2015 9/10 #
09. Machine Gun or Typewriter? Travis Wilkerson 2015 7/10 #
10. London. Patrick Keiller 1994 10/10 #
13. Robinson in Ruins. Patrick Keiller 2010 10/10 #
14.     Who Will Pay the Bill? Daniel Nocke 2015 4/10
15.     Kamila. Nina Mikeskova 2015 4/10
15.     Sara. Ingrid Perez 2015 4/10
15.     Brothers. Laura Guinde 2014 3/10
15.     Father. Lotfi Achour 2014 3/10
15.     Broken Maiden. Maxim Dashkin 2014 4/10
15.     Three Variations on Ofelia. Paulo Riqué 2015 3/10
15.     Fever. Ira Ustelentseva 2015 2/10
15.     Jackie. Giedrius Tamoševičius 2015 5/10
15.     Don Miguel. Kote Camacho 2014 5/10
15.     Autumn. Marco Amaral 2014 6/10
15.     Fongopolis. Joanna Kozuch 2014 6/10
15.     Shipwreck. Morgan Knibbe 2014 4/10 #
15.     Wolf Head. Alice Vial 2014 5/10
16.     Bear Mountain. Vagenak Balayan 2014 5/10
16.     Baits and Hooks. Luka Popadic 2014 5/10
16.     Edifice. Irmak Karasu 2014 1/10
16.     Wintry Spring. Mohamed Kamel 2014 3/10
16.     The Potato Eaters. Martin Kukal 2014 6/10
16.     The Comedian. Iain Bonner 2014 2/10
16.     The Weight of Love. Lim Jungeun 2015 4/10
16.     Bright Black. Rene Marun 2014 5/10
16.     The Cork Justifies the Means. Mihai Ionescu 2014 5/10
16.     The Baby. Ali Asgari 2015 2/10
16.     Tranquility of Blood. Senad Sahmanovic 2015 4/10
16.     Picnic. Jure Pavlovic 2015 6/10
17.     The Sunne Always Shineth Upon Me.
          Álvaro Fernández-Pulpeiro 2015 7/10
17.     Who Will Pay the Bill? Daniel Nocke 2015 4/10 #
17.     Boomerang. Christios Nicolaou 2015 4/10
17.     Euroman. Gabriel Tzafka 2015 6/10
17.     The Seed. Iphigenia Kotsoni 2015 5/10
17.     Fig. Nicolas Kolovos 2015 6/10
17.     Winter Light. Julian Higgins 2015 6/10
17.     All My Dead. Astra Zoldnere 2014 6/10
17.     Deadly. Aidain McAteerc 2014 6/10
17.     The Neighbour. Nayla Al Khaja 2/10
17.     Blazing Sun. Fred Castadot 2014 1/10
17.     The Way Things Are. Guy Nemesh 2014 5/10
17.     Butterfly Hunter. Chen Min-yu 2015 3/10
17.     The Bread. Blerta Kelmendi 2015 6/10
17.     Tore. Iben Ravn 2014 4/10
17.     Echoes. Dumitru Grosei 2014 2/10
17.     The Human Principle. Marco Gadge 2014 4/10
17.     A Long Time Ago in Silesia.
          Tomasz Protokowicz 2015 5/10
17.     Great Restaurant. Mohammad Towrivarian 2015 1/10
17.     Talio. Bob Fakoua and Ines Djia 2015 1/10
17.     The Time of a Young Man About to Kill.
          Neritan Zinxhiria 2015 3/10
18.     Sweat. Iris Blauensteiner 2014 4/10
18.     The Painted Bird. Eugene Tatarov 2014 1/10
18.     Unripe Cherries. Nebojsha Jovanovikj 2015 1/10
18.     Baby Box. Katarina Lillqvist 2014 4/10
18.     Ghosts. Benjamin Pfohl 2014 7/10
18.     Out For a Walk. David Warwick 2014 3/10
18.     The Gift. Silviya Pesheva 2015 2/10
18.     The Loyalist. Minji Kang 2015 2/10
18.     Juan and the Cloud. Givoanni Maccelli 2014 4/10
18.     Sergio's Secret. Marisol Cumsillec 2014 6/10
18.     Driving Lesson. Christian K. Norvalls 2014 3/10
18.     Black Tape. Uri and Michelle Kranot 2014 5/10
21. Ida. Paweł Pawlikowski 2013 5/10
21. Impressions of a Drowned Man.
          Kyros Papavassiliou 2015 3/10
21.     Leidi. Simón Mesa Soto 2014 5/10
21. Land and Shade. César Augusto Acevedo 2015 6/10
22. Margina. Ljupcho Temelkovski 2015 6/10
22.     The Chicken. Una Gunjak 2014 6/10
22. Macbeth. Justin Kurzel 2015 6/10
22.     Sunday Lunch. Céline Deveaux 2015 7/10
22. The Postman's White Nights.
          Andrei Konchalovsky 2014 7/10
22.     On the Road to Liberation: Ulica Oslobođenja, Pančevo,
          Serbia, 7th September 2015. Neil Young 2015 7/10
23.     Pepi & Muto. Georgi M. Unkovski 2015 6/10
23. Sicario. Denis Villeneuve 2015 7/10
26.     The Creative Soul of Trinidad and Tobago.
           Craig Leon 2015 2/10
26.     Our Soul Turned Inside Out. Mary-Ann Brailey 2015 6/10
26.     Boxeadora. Meg Smaker 2015 6/10
26. Venecia. Kiki Álvarez 2015 6/10
27.     The Dangers of Progress. Alvrinel Dorci 2015 5/10
27.     In the Horizon's Dream. Ramón Alfonso Peña 2015 6/10
27.     Citizens of Nowhere. Regis Cousson and
          Nicolas Alexandre Tremblay 2015 6/10
28. My Father's Land. Miquel Galofré and Tyler Johnson 2015 6/10
28.     City On the Hill. Patricia Mohammed
          and Michael Mooleedhar 2015 6/10
29. Trafficked. Sean Hodgkinson 2015 3/10

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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