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article imageHitchcock's Vertigo voted best film ever knocks off Citizen Kane

By Lesley Lanir     Aug 2, 2012 in Entertainment
Sight and Sound, the international film magazine published by The British Film Industry (BFI) announced by tweets the results of The Greatest Films of All Time: Sight & Sound’s 2012 poll, and have voted Hitchcock's Vertigo their number one best film.
The 'greatest film ever' is announced every decade by the BFI. Orson Welles' Citizen Kane has been placed first over the last fifty years. The BFI's Sight and Sound tweeted the news of their poll yesterday.
Top 10 movies of all time
1. Vertigo
2. Citizen Kane
3. Tokyo Story
4. La Regle de Jeu (The Rules of the Game)
5. Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
6. A Space Odyssey
7. The Searchers
8. Living Russia - Man with a Movie Camera
9. The Passion of Joan of Arc
10. 8 1/2
BFI British Film Industry
Sight and Sound will publish the results of their top directors poll soon.
For more about the BFI.
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The BFI are also conducting a survey and competition and want to know your favourite Hitchcock film. You can tweet the British Film Institute @BFI with your favourite movie and a reason for your choice, using the hashtag #hitchcomp. The closing date is Friday 31 August.
Read a recent Digital Journal article about the BFI and its accolade to Alfred Hitchcock -The Genius of Hitchcock - Celebrating Cinema's Master of Suspense.
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