Today is December 1st, which means there’s just twenty-four more days until Christmas, and even less than that as everyone (including us) gets set to drop their Top Ten [insert category] Of 2014. Video tributes to the year will be rolling out too, and Fandor is getting things kicked off nicely.
The streaming service specializing in independent and foreign films has unveiled their supercut of the 10 Best First Feature Films Of 2014, and not surprisingly, it veers from away from Hollywood. While acclaimed Sundance indies “Obvious Child” and “Dear White People” make the grade, the list also includes international sensations like “History Of Fear,” “Policeman,” “The Strange Little Cat,” and more. If you’ve been wondering what foreign movies to track down, this is a good place to start. Take a look at the full list of ten and the supercut below.
Fandor’s 10 Best First Feature Films Of 2014
10. Obvious Child
9. It Felt Like Love
7. Fish & Cat
6. Butter On The Latch
5. History Of Fear
4. In Bloom
2. Dear White People
1. The Strange Little Cat
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