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    See Who Voted For Which Films In Indiewire's Critics Poll

    As we head into a new year, Criticwire continues to grow and adapt to our mission of providing a smart resource for critics and movie lovers of every type. We'll continue to update you as these changes take place...starting now.

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    From Megan Ellison to Ai Weiwei, Critics Comment on the 2012 Indiewire Critics Poll

    There are plenty of diverse opinions evident from the lists of best films, performances and other highlights from 2012 accomplishments in film submitted by over 200 critics in Indiewire's poll. While the consensus surrounding certain achievements may generate a lot of attention, there's a lot more t...

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    'Holy Motors' Best Film in Indiewire's Year-End Critics Poll; 'Zero Dark Thirty,' 'Sun Don't Shine,' 'This Is Not a Film' and More Recognized

    Leos Carax's "Holy Motors" has been voted Best Film by the 2012 Indiewire year-end critics' poll. A broad sampling of print and online critics--about 200-- participated, including TOH's Anne Thompson, Indiewire's Eric Kohn, Alison Wilmore and Matt Singer, The New Yorker'...

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    Indiewire's Critics Poll Names 'Holy Motors' the Best Film of 2012

    This year's poll featured a record 202 critics and 1,862 ballots.

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    'Holy Motors' Tops Indiewire's Poll For the Best of 2012 Film; Other Winners Include Jafar Panahi and Amy Seimetz

    With 128 votes among 204 critics listed in Indiewire's Criticwire network, Leos Carax's surreal opus "Holy Motors" topped Indiewire's seventh annual poll for Best Film. "Holy Motors" star Denis Lavant garnered the most votes for Best Performance.

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    'Sight & Sound' Top 50: Editor Nick James Talks Changes in List and Voters

    Finally, the citadel has been stormed. Orson Welles’s masterpiece "Citizen Kane" is no longer “The Greatest Film of All Time,” according to the latest poll from "Sight & Sound." The magazine has conducted these polls every 10 years since 1962, and "Citizen Kane" emerged at number one five times. Fi...

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    Anatomy of a List: My Top 10's In 2 Places

    Anatomy of a List: My Top 10's In 2 Places

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    From "Margaret" To "Meek's Cutoff," Critics Comment On This Year's Indiewire Poll

    From "Margaret" To "Meek's Cutoff," Critics Comment On This Year's Indiewire Poll

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