Cineuropa's Best of 2023

Dec 30, 2023
Dimitris Passas

NOTE: This list is a republication- Source: Cineuropa.

One year after our previous Best of (read Cineuropa's Best of 2022 here), a new festival cycle has left us with some real gems that will be difficult to get out of our minds. They comprise new works from long-standing masters (including one who hadn't offered up a feature film for a whopping 30 years) alongside movies from new voices, which have brought new points of view to the landscape, as well as new meeting points where different narratives, formats and reflections converge ― all led by European festival winners that are sweeping awards around the world, with some even becoming box-office hits. In a climate in which cinemas are seeing their audiences return and are finding a way to hold their own against platform content, what more could we ask for?

The results are in for the poll of Cineuropa’s journalists. Which European (co-)produced works world-premiered this year are the best, according to our team?

You can find the full list here

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