Cuban Association of Film Critics Choose Best Films of 2014

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The Cuban Association of Film Critics (Asociación Cubana de la Prensa Cinematográfica, ACPC) has voted on and chosen the best world films screened in 2014 and the best Cuban films for the year. These films were all screened commercially in Cuba in 2014.

The results were: 

1) La grande belleza / Italy-France / 2013 / Dir. Paolo Sorrentino

2) La vie d’Adèle – Chapitre 1 & 2 / France / 2013 / Dir. Abdellatif Kechiche

3) 12 Years a Slave / USA / 2013 / Dir. Steve McQueen

4) Blue Jasmine / USA / 2013 / Dir. Woody Allen

5) Conducta / Cuba / 2014 / Dir. Ernesto Daranas (see photo above)

6) Philomena / UK-France-USA / 2013 / Dir.Stephen Frears

7) Gravity / USA / 2013 / Dir. Alfonso Cuarón

8) Le passé / France-Iran / 2013 / Dir. Asghar Farghadi

9) The Grand Hotel Budapest / USA / 2013 / Dir. Wes Anderson

10) Nebraska / USA / 2013 / Dir. Alexander Payne

 

The best Cuban films screened in 2014 were: 

Best feature filmConducta, Ernesto Daranas

Best short filmMiénteme bien, Jackie Chang; Adolfo Mena and Grethel Castillo (see photo below)

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Honorable mentionBuey, Carlos Machado

Best documentary filmLa isla y los signos, Raydel Araoz

Honorable mentions (documentary)Molotov, Irán Hernández; Humberto, Carlos Barba; Canción de barrio, Alejandro Ramírez Anderson; Viaje al país que ya no existe, Isabel Santos

Best animated filmMeñique, Ernesto Padrón

Honorable mentionHuesitos, Gabriela Leal

For original article, see http://www.cubacine.cult.cu/noticias/%C2%BB-asociaci%C3%B3n-cubana-de-la-prensa-cinematogr%C3%A1fica-acpc-elige-mejores-filmes-de-2014

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