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Filmmaking is a complicated alchemy of light, sound, camera movement. And while a great look is always the goal, sometimes everything comes together to create a work of sublime beauty. These are our picks for the Top 10 Most Beautiful Films of all Time. Subscribe:
What did you think of the list? Did we leave off one of your personal favorites? Have you seen all these movies, or have we inspired you to check some of them out? What do you think is the most beautiful film of all time?
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Russian Ark (2002)
It’s a single, uncut steadicam shot going through the Russian Heritage museum. Sure, the concept is maybe a gimmick. But it’s amazing.
Woody Allen’s love letter to his favorite city in black and white ultra whidescreen is every bit as impactful as Allen’s own memory of the city as a child.
Citzen Kane (1941)
There may be nothing more emblematic of how to make a beautiful movie that Citizen Kane.
2001: A Space Odyssey
This entire film is a ballet of heavenly bodies, with carefully composed shots.
The Conformist (1970)
This is, in our opinion, the very best of Vittorio Storaro’s work. And that’s saying something.
Tarsem Singh made a beautiful painting of a film; Colin Watkinson spend 4 years and thousands of miles bringing a child’s imagination to life on screen.
This film, which tells the same story from several different perspectives, (and color coded to match), takes a simple concept both in plot and style, and brings it to the next level.
Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
70mm film, and every frame of it a still image worthy of framing.
The Tree of Life (2011)
The most beautiful of Terrance Malick’s films, and there’s quite a bit of competition there.
There’s no plot, or dialogue in this film, but it tells a story nonetheless – every image tells its own story, and it’s glorious.