2011-07-01

The voters lists of The Most Influential Directors 2nd edition

In case you asked yourself if it was a secret vote... No it ain't and it will never be! But, it will promote your Blog and your tastes. The lists are in alphabetical order and as you will see the people who voted last year and didn't send me a list back this year I used their last year picks, like if there choices were the same as for the reference lists used as basics to this poll.


Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid
1. Orson Welles
2. Alfred Hitchcock
3. John Ford
4. Charles Chaplin
5. Buster Keaton
6. Stanley Kubrick
7. Akira Kurosawa
8. Federico Fellini
9. Sergei M. Eisenstein
10. David W. Griffith


Christian Audet
Filmmaker
1. William Friedkin
2. Sam Raimi
3. Roman Polanski
4. Martin Scorsese
5. Ken Russell
6. George A. Romero
7. Stanley Kubrick
8. Krzysztof Kieslowski
9. Lucio Fulci
10. Daniel Myrick & Eduardo Sanchez


The Cinematheque
1. Alfred Hitchcock
2. Stanley Kubrick
3. Orson Welles
4. Akira Kurosawa
5. Ingmar Bergman
6. Robert Bresson
7. Martin Scorsese
8. Federico Fellini
9. Yasujiro Ozu
10. Jean-Luc Godard


Phil Concannon
Phil on Film
1. Alfred Hitchcock
2. Akira Kurosawa
3. Sergei M. Eisenstein
4. John Ford
5. Walt Disney
6. Stanley Kubrick
7. Fritz Lang
8. Preston Sturges
9. Orson Welles
10. Ingmar Bergman


Digital Dreamdoor
1. Alfred Hitchcock
2. Stanley Kubrick
3. Martin Scorsese
4. Akira Kurosawa
5. Orson Welles
6. Steven Spielberg
7. Billy Wilder
8. Ingmar Bergman
9. Federico Fellini
10. Francis Ford Coppola


DDX
Bonjour Tristesse
1. Andrey Tarkovskiy
2. Akira Kurosawa
3. Jean-Luc Godard
4. Jacques Rivette
5. Werner Herzog
6. Robert Bresson
7. David Cronenberg
8. Krzysztof Kieslowski
9. Dario Argento
10. Sergio Leone


Entertainment Weekly
1. Alfred Hitchcock
2. Orson Welles
3. John Ford
4. Howard Hawks
5. Martin Scorsese
6. Akira Kurosawa
7. Buster Keaton
8. Ingmar Bergman
9. Frank Capra
10. Federico Fellini


Film Journal
1. Alfred Hitchcock
2. Orson Welles
3. Howard Hawks
4. Jean Renoir
5. Robert Bresson
6. Stanley Kubrick
7. John Ford
8. Jean-Luc Godard
9. Yasujiro Ozu
10. Buster Keaton


Edward Howard
Only The Cinema
1. Jean-Luc Godard
2. Alfred Hitchcock
3. Howard Hawks
4. Orson Welles
5. Jean Renoir
6. Stan Brakhage
7. Robert Altman
8. Jean Vigo
9. Eric Rohmer
10. Ingmar Bergman


Kevyn Knox
The Cinematheque
The Most Beautiful Fraud In The World
1. Alfred Hitchcock
2. Jean-Luc Godard
3. David W. Griffith
4. John Ford
5. Akira Kurosawa
6. Howard Hawks
7. Charles Chaplin
8. Jean Renoir
9. Ernst Lubitsch
10. Sergei M. Eisenstein


Kevin Laforest
HOUR Community
1. Stanley Kubrick
2. Alfred Hitchcock
3. Orson Welles
4. Martin Scorsese
5. John Huston
6. Steven Spielberg
7. Billy Wilder
8. Howard Hawks
9. Woody Allen
10. Quentin Tarantino


John LaRue
The Droid You're Looking For!
1. Alfred Hitchcock
2. François Truffaut
3. Luis Bunuel
4. Fritz Lang
5. Akira Kurosawa
6. Billy Wilder
7. Orson Welles
8. Ingmar Bergman
9. Stanley Kubrick
10. Steven Spielberg


Jack Lunt
Jack L. Film Reviews
1. Stanley Kubrick
2. Akira Kurosawa
3. Charles Chaplin
4. Orson Welles
5. Sergio Leone
6. Alfred Hitchcock
7. Fritz Lang
8. David W. Griffith
9. Steven Spielberg
10. Sam Peckinpah


MovieMaker
1. Alfred Hitchcock
2. David W. Griffith
3. Orson Welles
4. Jean-Luc Godard
5. John  Ford
6. Stanley Kubrick
7. Sergei M. Eisenstein
8. Charles Chaplin
9. Federico Fellini
10. Steven Spielberg


Jonathan Nadeau
Cinephile and Gore aficionados
1. Charles Chaplin
2. Alfred Hitchcock
3. Akira Kurosawa
4. Orson Welles
5. Ingmar Bergman
6. Jean-Luc Godard
7. Steven Spielberg
8. Fritz Lang
9. Stanley Kubrick
10. Martin Scorsese


NightHawkNews
1. Akira Kurosawa
2. Martin Scorsese
3. Steven Spielberg
4. Stanley Kubrick
5. Ingmar Bergman
6. Alfred Hitchcock
7. David Lean
8. Coen Bros.
9. Billy Wilder
10. Woody Allen


Michael Parent
Le Mot du Cinephiliaque
1. Stanley Kubrick
2. Alfred Hitchcock
3. Akira Kurosawa
4. Jean Renoir
5. Charles Chaplin
6. John Ford
7. Martin Scorsese
8. Ingmar Bergman
9. Jean-Luc Godard
10. Woody Allen


Yishai Reno
Movies and Directors
1. Fritz Lang
2. John Ford
3. Jean-Luc Godard
4. Alfred Hitchcock
5. David W. Griffith
6. Stanley Kubrick
7. Federico Fellini
8. Steven Spielberg
9. Orson Welles
10. Charles Chaplin


Sight and Sound 2002 (critics)
1. Orson Welles
2. Alfred Hitchcock
3. Jean-Luc Godard
4. Jean Renoir
5. Stanley Kubrick
6. Akira Kurosawa
7. Federico Fellini
8. John Ford
9. Sergei M. Eisenstein
10. Francis Ford Coppola
10. Yasujiro Ozu


Sight and Sounds 2002 (directors)
1. Orson Welles
2. Federico Fellini
3. Akira Kurosawa
4. Francis Ford Coppola
5. Alfred Hitchcock
6. Stanley Kubrick
7. Billy Wilder
8. Ingmar Bergman
9. Martin Scorsese
9. David Lean
9. Jean Renoir


Iain Stott
The One-Line Review
1. Ozu Yasujiro
2. Ingmar Bergman
3. Tarr Béla
4. Abbas Kiarostami
5. Mike Leigh
6. Billy Wilder
7. Michael Powell
8. Terrence Davies
9. Rainer Werner Fassbinder
10. Kurosawa Akira


They Shoot Pictures Don't They?
1. Orson Welles
2. Alfred Hitchcock
3. Stanley Kubrick
4. Federico Fellini
5. John Ford
6. Jean Renoir
7. Akira Kurosawa
8. Francis Ford Coppola
9. Ingmar Bergman
10. Jean-Luc Godard


Total Film
1. Alfred Hitchcock
2. Martin Scorsese
3. Steven Spielberg
4. Howard Hawks
5. Francis Ford Coppola
6. Orson Welles
7. Ingmar Bergman
8. Stanley Kubrick
9. Peter Jackson
10. David Fincher

That's it for this year! I hope you'll all be back next year and that will have dozens of new voters and interesting lists as well!

LMdC will get back to its normal program, reviews of Classic and contemporary films! Plus a running feature of recommended readings on Cinema that I hope I'll be able to feed with at least one book a month!

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