As we continue to explore the best in 2019, today we’re taking a look at the articles that you, our dear readers, enjoyed the most throughout the past twelve months. Spanning reviews, interviews, features, podcasts, news, and trailers, it’s a wide-ranging snapshot of our most-read posts. Check out the highlights below and return for more year-end coverage as well as a glimpse into 2020 in the coming weeks.

10 Most-Read Reviews

10. A Hidden Life
9. Proxima
8. Weathering with You
7. Cold Case Hammarskjöld
6. The Lighthouse
5. Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile
4. Jallikattu
3. Lucy in the Sky
2. Joker
1. Color Out of Space

10 Most-Read Interviews

10. Lav Diaz on the Desire for Epic Runtimes, Not Voting for the Oscars, and the Problem with Big Film Festivals

9. Isabelle Huppert on Playing a Psychopath for the First Time, Flipping Tables, and Her Favorite Films of 2018

8. Rodrigo Prieto on the Visual Storytelling of The Irishman and Collaborating with Martin Scorsese

7. Robert Richardson on Quentin Tarantino’s Specificity, 1960s TV, and 35mm vs. 70mm vs DCP

6. Josh & Benny Safdie on the Emotional Tornado of Making Uncut Gems and How Martin Scorsese is Saving Cinema

5. Gregg Turkington, the World’s #1-Ranked Movie Expert, on Film Bloggers and Mister America

4. Béla Tarr on Restoring Sátántangó, the Perfect Film School, and Completing His Filmography

3. Leaving Neverland Director Dan Reed on Refuting Michael Jackson Defenders, the Psychology of Child Sexual Abuse, and a Potential Sequel

2. Christopher Doyle on Moving on From Wong Kar-wai, Constant Reinvention, and the Strange Journey of Life

1. Dark Waters and the True Story of How DuPont is Poisoning All of Us

5 Most-Read Features

5. Our 20 Most-Anticipated Sundance Film Festival 2019 Premieres
4. Béla Tarr’s 10 Favorite Films
3. 50 Films to See in Fall 2019
2. The Best Documentaries of 2019
1. Our 100 Most-Anticipated Films of 2019

5 Most-Listened-To Podcasts

5. Top Tens of 2018

4. Us

3. Dragged Across Concrete

2. Midsommar

1. Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

5 Most-Read News Stories

5. Terrence Malick Begins Shooting New Film The Last Planet
4. Wong Kar-wai Says Next Film Blossoms Will Have Thematic Connections to In the Mood for Love and 2046
3. Here’s a List of Every Film Available on The Criterion Channel
2. Download the 2019 Awards Season Screenplays
1. Quentin Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson Discuss Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

5 Most-Watched Trailers

5. Richard Jewell

4. Waves

3. Domino

2. The Hunt

1. A Rainy Day in New York

On that triumphant note, we’ll see you in 2020, where we hope at least one of the unreleased films amongst our most-viewed trailers finds a way to some sort of screen.

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