Best Film Series
“The Complete Alfred Hitchcock” at Harvard Film Archive
“A Burt Lancaster Centennial Tribute” at Harvard Film Archive and the Brattle Theatre
“Action, Action, Action! A Raoul Walsh Retrospective” at Harvard Film Archive
“The Films of Pierre Etaix” at the Museum of Fine Arts
“Chris Marker: Guillaume-en-Egypte” at Harvard Film Archive and the List Visual Arts Center at M.I.T.
Journey to Italy at the Brattle Theatre
Yoyo at the Museum of Fine Arts
Cattle Annie and Little Britches at the Brattle Theatre
Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains at Coolidge Corner Theatre
Daughters of the Dust at Harvard Film Archive
To Coolidge @fter Midnight, at the Coolidge Corner Theatre, for its idiosyncratic programming and remaining dedicated to 35mm exhibition.
To Robb Moss, acclaimed independent filmmaker and, since 1986, a film production teacher at Harvard University, for his mentoring and encouragement of several generations of appreciative students who have emerged as important filmmakers themselves. Those that have benefitted from Moss’s tutelage include feature film directors Jesse Peretz and Andrew Bujalksi, and documentarians Lauren Greenfield and Nina Davenport. 2013 was an especially significant year for Moss’s former students, with the release of Davenport’s “First Comes Love,” Jehane Noujaim’s “The Square,” Maxim Pozdorovkin’s “Pussy Riot,” and Josh Oppenheim’s “The Act of Killing.”