An Exciting New indieWIRE Section

by thelostboy
November 16, 2009 9:55 AM
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indieWIRE has launched criticWIRE, a brand new section that is the result of a some considerable efforts from the iW staff, and I have to say I'm quite proud to show it off. Eugene Hernandez gives you the lowdown on how the section works here, but essentially: it's an extensive database of critics and bloggers, each of whom have graded and/or reviewed hundreds of different films. We average the grades & link to the reviews. The next few weeks should see the section grow exponentially but it's already hours of endless film geek fun. Here's just a small list of some films that have been included that you can sift through to familiarize with this lovely new addition to indieWIRE.

Amelia, directed by Mira Nair
Antichrist, directed by Lars von Trier
The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, directed by Werner Herzog
The Box, directed by Richard Kelly
Broken Embraces, directed by Pedro Almodovar
Bronson, directed by Nicolas Winding Refn
The Damned United, directed by Tom Hooper
An Education, directed by Lone Scherfig
Fantastic Mr. Fox, directed by Wes Anderson
Gentlemen Broncos, directed by Jared Hess
Good Hair, directed by Jeff Stilson
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, directed by Terry Gilliam
The Invention of Lying, directed by Ricky Gervais and Matt Robinson
The Maid, directed by Sebastián Silva
Me and Orson Welles, directed by Richard Linklater
The Men Who Stare at Goats, directed by Grant Heslov
The Messenger, directed by Oren Moverman
Police, Adjective, directed by Corneliu Porumboiu
Pirate Radio, directed by Richard Curtis
Precious, directed by Lee Daniels
A Prophet, directed by Jacques Audiard
Red Cliff, directed by John Woo
The Road, directed by John Hillcoat
A Serious Man, directed by Joel and Ethan Coen
A Single Man, directed by Tom Ford
That Evening Sun, directed by Scott Teems
Trash Humpers, directed by Harmony Korine
Trucker, directed by James Mottern
Up In The Air, directed by Jason Reitman
Where The Wild Things Are, directed by Spike Jonze
The White Ribbon, directed by Michael Haneke
Whip It, directed by Drew Barrymore

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  • Dallas | November 16, 2009 10:59 AMReply

    Very cool! Congrats on the new feature.

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