Time Out 100 best British films
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- The 1960s came out as the most popular decade, with 19 films (the 1940s and 1970s each had 17 films), and the most popular years were 1968, 1970, 1980, and 1999, with four films each. The earliest films chosen were from 1929 (Blackmail, Piccadilly, and A Cottage on Dartmoor). The most recent film was from 2009 (Fish Tank).
- The most popular director was Michael Powell, with seven films, six of which were directed with Emeric Pressburger as the team of Powell and Pressburger ("The Archers"). Alfred Hitchcock, David Lean, Mike Leigh, and Nicolas Roeg had four films each. Seven of the films were produced by Ealing Studios.
|1||Don't Look Now||1973||RoegNicolas Roeg|
|2||ThirdThe Third Man||1949||ReedCarol Reed|
|3||Distant Voices, Still Lives||1988||DaviesTerence Davies|
|5||RedThe Red Shoes||1948||Powell and Pressburger|
|6||MatterA Matter of Life and Death||1946||Powell and Pressburger|
|8||Kind Hearts and Coronets||1949||HamerRobert Hamer|