|Gosling's How to Catch a Monster marks his directorial debut.|
My longlist was nearly 60 films, so hopefully that promises another great year for cinema.
Note: I left off 2013 films that were moved, like A Most Wanted Man (dir. Anton Corbijn), Calvary (dir. John Michael McDonagh), Can a Song Save Your Life? (dir. John Carney), The Monuments Men (dir. George Clooney), Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (dir. Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez), Winter's Tale (dir. Akiva Goldsman), The Immigrant (dir. James Gray), Serena (dir. Susanne Bier), and Foxcatcher (dir. Bennett Miller).
Honorable Mentions: How to Catch a Monster (dir. Ryan Gosling), Noah (dir. Darren Aronofsky), Black Sea (dir. Kevin Macdonald), Gone Girl (dir. David Fincher), The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby (dir. Ned Benson), Dom Hemingway (dir. Richard Shepard), Jane Got a Gun (dir. Gavin O'Connor), Mr. Turner (dir. Mike Leigh), Nymphomaniac (dir. Lars von Trier), and The Trip to Italy (dir. Michael Winterbottom).
10. The Imitation Game (dir. Morten Tyldum)
9. Sils Maria (dir. Olivier Assayas)
8. Tom at the Farm (dir. Xavier Dolan)
7. Miss Julie (dir. Liv Ullmann)
6. The Grand Budapest Hotel (dir. Wes Anderson)
5. Transcendence (dir. Wally Pfister)
4. Under the Skin (dir. Jonathan Glazer)
3. Inherent Vice (dir. Paul Thomas Anderson)
2. Knight of Cups/Voyage of Time/
Untitled Malick Film (dir. Terrence Malick)
1. Interstellar (dir. Christopher Nolan)