20 Directors to Watch – A Look at the Top Helmers Reinventing the Hollywood Game

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Today, the NY Times posted a new feature spotlighting the 20 Directors to Watch. I sat down and had a chance to through each visionary’s bio, and watch snippets of their work, and felt this complete and sudden urge to create.  To say the list is inspiring is the understatement of 2013. Not only are the themselves interesting, creative, and, I’ll say it again, inspiring, but their work directly portrays all of these characteristics, while simultaneously offering unique & individual looks into the stories they tell, the worlds they come from, and the experiences they’ve lived via snippets of celluloid, or in their journeys to get behind the camera.

I’ll list the top 20 here, however I strongly urge you to click on the NY Times link above (and below) to up on each of these amazing yourself.  The Times has also put together a beautiful layout for each bio & videos.

Top 20 Directors to Watch


AGE: 36 | ‘PARIAH’

Pablo Larraín
AGE: 37 | ‘NO’


AGE: 36 | ‘FUNNY HA HA,’ ‘COMPUTER CHESS’


AGE: 39 | ‘ALPS,’ ‘DOGTOOTH’


AGE: 37 | ‘12:08 EAST OF BUCHAREST,’ ‘EVENING FALLS ON BUCHAREST, OR METABOLISM’


AGE: 39 | ‘OSLO, AUGUST 31ST’


AGE: 34 | ‘AWAY FROM HER,’ ‘TAKE THIS WALTZ,’ ‘STORIES WE TELL’


AGE: 28 | ‘AI WEIWEI: NEVER SORRY’

Matias Piñeiro
AGE: 32 | ‘VIOLA’

J.C. Chandor
AGE: 39 | ‘MARGIN CALL,’ ‘ALL IS LOST’

Sebastián Silva
AGE: 34 | ‘THE MAID,’ ‘CRYSTAL FAIRY,’ ‘MAGIC MAGIC’


AGE: 31 | ‘BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD’


AGE: 39 | ‘THE YELLOW SEA’


AGE: 33 | ‘MEDICINE FOR MELANCHOLY’


AGE: 40 | ‘WEEKEND’


AGE: 36 | ‘EVERYONE ELSE’


AGE: 35 | ‘SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN’


AGE: 31 | ‘AN OVERSIMPLIFICATION OF HER BEAUTY’


AGE: 36 | ‘LAST TRAIN HOME’


AGE: 32 | ‘GOODBYE FIRST LOVE’

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