“Amadeus (director’s cut),” (Warner Bros.: 2002) directed by Milos Forman, narrative film.

“Au Hasard Balthazar,” (Athos Films: 1966), directed by Robert Bresson, narrative film.

“Born To Kill,” (RKO Radio Pictures: 1947), directed by Robert Wise, narrative film.

“Bullitt,” (Warner Brothers/Seven Arts: 1968), directed by Peter Yates, narrative film.

“Christo’s Valley Curtain,” (Maysles Films: 1974), directed by Ellen Gifford, Albert Maysles, and David Maysles, documentary film.

“Dawson City: Frozen Time,” (Kino Lorber: 2016), directed by Bill Morrison, documentary film.

“The Death of Stalin,” (IFC Films: 2017), directed by Armando Iannucci, narrative film.

“Embrace of the Serpent” (Oscilloscope: 2015), directed by Ciro Guerra, narrative film.

“Faces Places,” (Cohen Media Group: 2017), directed by JR and Agnes Varda, documentary film.

“The Five Obstructions,” (Koch Lorber Films: 2003), directed by Jørgen Leth and Lars von Trier, experimental and documentary film.

“The French Connection,” (Twentieth Century Fox: 1971), directed by William Friedkin, narrative film.

“La Havre,” (Janus Films: 2011), directed by Aki Kaurismäki, narrative film.

“Hereditary,” (A24: 2018), directed by Ari Aster, narrative film.

“His Girl Friday” (Columbia Pictures: 1940), directed by Howard Hawks, narrative film.

“Icarus,” (Netflix: 2017), directed by Bryan Fogel, documentary film.

“I, Tonya,” (Neon: 2017), directed by Craig Gillespie, narrative film.

“La Jetée,” (Argos Films: 1962) directed by Chris Marker, narrative film.

“The Killing of a Sacred Deer,” (A24: 2017), directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, narrative film.

“The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou,” (Buena Vista Pictures: 2004), directed by Wes Anderson, narrative film.

“Loveless,” (Sony Pictures Classics: 2017), directed by Andrew Zvyagintsev, narrative film.

“The Meetings of Anna,” (World Artists: 1978), directed by Chantal Akerman, narrative film.

“Minding the Gap,” (Hulu: 2018), directed by Bing Liu, documentary film.

“A Night at the Opera,” (MGM: 1935), directed by Sam Wood and Edmund Goulding, narrative film.

“Night Moves,” (Warner Bros.: 1975), directed by Arthur Penn, narrative film.

“Night Train,” (Telepix: 1959), directed by Jerzy Kawalerowicz, narrative film.

“Raging Bull,” (United Artists: 1980), directed by Martin Scorsese, narrative film.

“Running Fence,” (Maysles Films: 1977), directed by Albert Maysles, David Maysles, and Charlotte Zwerin, documentary film.

“Singing In The Rain,” (MGM: 1952), directed by Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly, narrative film.

“Sorry To Bother You,” (Annapurna Pictures: 2018), directed by Boots Riley, narrative film.

“The Taking of Pelham One Two Three,” (United Artists: 1974), directed by Joseph Sargent, narrative film.

“The Terror,” (AMC: 2018), various directors, narrative miniseries.

“Thoroughbreds,” (Focus Features: 2017), directed by Cory Finley, narrative film.

“Tinker, Taylor, Soldier, Spy” (SudioCanal: 2011), directed by Tomas Alfredson, narrative film.

“Tokyo Olympiad,” (Toho Company: 1965), directed by Kon Ichikawa, documentary film.

“The Trial of Joan of Arc” (Pathé Consortium Cinéma: 1962) directed by Robert Bresson, narrative film.

“The Vietnam War,” (PBS: 2017), directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, documentary series.

“You Were Never Really Here,” (Amazon Studios: 2017), directed by Lynne Ramsay, narrative film.