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Et voilà! For the second year in a row AsinoVola’s newsroom has something to say about 2018 best films. Once again there is no “single winner”, however its is evident a certain fascination for the Far East, a cinematography that ceaselessy gives us a breath of fresh air in terms of cinematographic languages, styles and plots. One thing is certain, the newsroom is alive and kicking and we do not often agree with each other, a fundamental condition that allows us to give you uncut, dadaist and uncompromised critiques.

The 5 best films of 2018 | MARGHERITA FONTANA:
  1. Roma, Alfonso Cuarón
  2. A Star is Born, Bradley Cooper
  3. BlacKkKlansman, Spike Lee
  4. Santiago, Italia, Nanni Moretti
  5. Shoplifters, Hirokazu Kore-Eda
The 5 best films of 2018 | YORGOS KOSTIANIS:
  1. Le Livre D’image, Jean-Luc Godard
  2. Burning, Lee Chang-Dong
  3. Long Day’s Journey into Night, Bi Gan
  4. Shoplifters, Hirokazu Kore-Eda
  5. High Life, Claire Denis

Special mention: Eighth Grade, Bo Burnham

The 5 best films of 2018 | CARLOTTA MAGISTRIS:
  1. Happy as Lazzaro (Lazzaro Felice), Alice Rohrwacher
  2. Girl, Lukas Dhont
  3. Vox Lux, Brady Corbet
  4. Dogman, Matteo Garrone
  5. Oikos (Pity), Babis Makridis
The 5 best films of 2018 | ELENA SALTARELLI:
  1. Isle of Dogs, Wes Anderson
  2. Dogman, Matteo Garrone
  3. Hereditary, Ari Aster
  4. Never Look Away (Werk ohne Autor), F.H. von Donnersmarck
  5. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs and other stories, Joel and Ethan Coen
The 5 best films of 2018 | SIMONE BARDONI:
  1. Phantom Thread, Paul Thomas Anderson
  2. Burning, Lee Chan-dong
  3. The Wild Pear Tree, Nuri Bilge Ceylan
  4. Three Faces, Jafar Panahi
  5. Roma, Alfonso Cuarón
The 5 best films of 2018 | VIRGINIA CAROLFI (casual order):
  1. Shoplifters, Hirokazu Kore-Eda
  2. Happy as Lazzaro (Lazzaro Felice), Alice Rohrwacher
  3. Girl, Lukas Dhont
  4. Le grand bain, Gilles Lellouche
  5. The Wild Pear Tree, Nuri Bilge Ceylan

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