Our Top Ten Films of the Seattle Year (So Far)

We are halfway through the year 2015, and as our our national tradition, let us celebrate with a list. Normally, we are strict believers that a film’s date should be determined by the time it first played before an audience anywhere in the world (we use the imdb for this purpose). But here at Seattle Screen Scene, we are, of course, focused primarily on Seattle, and so we will deviate from policy and present our lists of the Top 10 Films of 2015 as determined by the date they first premiered before a Seattle audience. Here they are.

Mike’s Top 10:

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10. The Clouds of Sils Maria (podcast review)

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9.  Little Forest (Summer/Fall/Winter/Spring)

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8. R100 (review)

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7. Buzzard (review)

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6. The Taking of Tiger Mountain (review)

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5. A Matter of Interpretation (review)

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4. The Film Critic (review)

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3. Blackhat (podcast)

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2. Big Father, Small Father and Other Stories (review)

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1. Inside Out (podcast)

Sean’s Top 10:
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10. The Taking of Tiger Mountain (review)

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9. Selma

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8. A Matter of Interpretation (review)

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7. Phoenix

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6. Jauja (review and podcast)

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5. The Royal Road (review)WorldOfTomorrow-970x545

4. World of Tomorrow

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3. Mad Max: Fury Road

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2. Mistress America (review)

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1. Blackhat (podcast)

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