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Kevin B Lee, editor of Fandor's Keyframe, has put Abbas Kiarostami's Certified Copy at the top of his list, and when he polled his contributors — quite a roster, too — and counted the number of mentions, Certified Copy came out on top again. Further Keyframe top tens: Michał Oleszczyk and Alejandro Adams.

Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive tops Matt Riviera's poll of Sydney film critics, and you can scan each of their ballots at A Life in Film. Drive's also scored with the Utah Film Critics, as Steve Montgomery reports at the Alt Film Guide. Peter Knegt for indieWIRE: "Tate Taylor's The Help and Dee Rees's Pariah were among the major winners at the Black Film Critics Circle's annual awards."

UK-based Neil Young has quite the eclectic list, but the two films he chooses to dwell on are Gore Verbinski's Rango and Kenneth Lonergan's Margaret. »

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