Club Fonograma's Best Films of 2011

01 Jodái-e Náder az Simin (Asghar Farhadi)
02 The Tree of Life (Terrence Malick)
03 Drive (Nicolas Winding Refn)
04 Lung Bunmi Raluek Chat (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
05 Nostalgia de la Luz (Patricio Guzmán)
06 Margaret (Kenneth Lonergan)
07 Morrer Como Um Homem (João Pedro Rodrigues)
08 Tomboy (Céline Sciamma)
09 Miss Bala (Gerardo Naranjo)
10 Copie Conforme (Abbas Kiarostami)

11 Mysteries of Lisbon (Raúl Ruiz)
12 Las Marimbas del Infierno (Julio Hernández Cordón)
13 La Vida Útil (Federico Veiroj)
14 Kyatapirâ (Kōji Wakamatsu)
15 Las Acacias (Pablo Giorgelli)
16 El Sicario Room 168 (Gianfranco Rosi)
17 Octubre (Daniel Vega Vidal & Diego Vega Vidal)
18 Bridesmaids (Paul Feig)
19 Presunto Culpable (Roberto Hernández)
20 The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (Göran Olsson)


  1. Honorable Mentions: Attack the Block. Post-Mortem. Super 8. Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Incendies. House of Pleasures. Sunny. El Estudiante.

  2. Seriously, EL ESTUDIANTE? I study Literature and feel highly offended by that piece of crap. Or is it sarcasm?

  3. Me había quedado esperando ésta lista. Gracias! :)

  4. Not hated. It's kinda 'cute' actually, which I guess was one of its reasons, but yeah, LUKEWARM.

  5. Poncho. Are we talking about the same 'El Estudiante'? I think you might be thinking of that abominable Mexican film that came out in 2008.

    The one I'm recommending is the Argentine film with the same title by Santiago Mitre, which came out this year and is quite moving.

  6. Have seen only 3 of these, but GOREGEOUS presentation guys!

    Now let's hit Netflix & Warez (I'm predicting mostly the latter).

  7. Comienza mi año de buen cine! Gracias!

  8. ¿La lista es solo de Carlos o de todo el equipo?

  9. Bridemaids. Genial. Te comentaba que pense que yo era la única que la había amado. ¿Por cierto, ya viste "We Need to Talk About Kevin?" Quiero saber que piensas. Saludos, Carlinhos. Feliz Año, by the way.

  10. Pierre Daniel AndréJanuary 5, 2012 at 4:42 PM

    Glad to see you liked the Tree of Life. Most people I know either loved it or found it overrated but I thought it was refreshing to see someone do something really ambitious with a big budget and still end up with a completely personal film as Mallick did. It was also quite a spectacle to see on the big screen.

  11. Ocutbre.. so peruvian....
    at least we have a really good movie (: but this film it's from 2010