2017: THE BEST SO FAR

From their surprising encounter at the Oscars this year, 'Moonlight' and 'La La Land' each offer their own rewards, while Best Foreign Language Film winner 'The Salesman' once again shows master Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi on top form with his forensic examination of human relationships. Three of the year's best female performances come from Paula Beer in François Ozon's monochrome mystery 'Frantz', Sandra Hüller in the hilarious 'Toni Erdmann' and Natalie Portman in the immaculate 'Jackie', which features a striking score by nascent British film composer Mica Levi. The stunning documentary 'City of Ghosts' offers a sobering meditation on those seeking peace amidst the Syrian conflict. The actions of the peace group 'Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently', documented by exemplary filmmaker Matthew Heineman, highlight the importance of film as a platform for understanding as much as it is a captivating and often thrilling form of entertainment.

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