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- Top 100 from Argentina 1933-1999 (1999)
- Der österreichische Film (2006)
- Cinechile’s 50 Best Chilean Movies of All Time (2016)
- Los cien caminos del cine cubano: 112 significant Cuban films (2010)
- DFI’s Top 100 Danish Films (~2000)
- Soundvenue’s 25 Best Danish Movies of the 21st Century (2017)
- Bibliotheca Alexandrina’s 100 Most Important Egyptian Films (2006)
- 100 French films for an ideal Cinematheque by René Prédal (2013)
- Maariv’s Best Israeli Films of All Time (2013)
- I Capolavori’ - The 4 and 5 star Italian classics, according to the Morandini dictionary (updated annually)
- Japanese Movies 300 by Tadao Sato (1995)
- Donald Richie’s A Hundred Years of Japanese Film (2012)
- Kinema Junpo Annual Top 10s (annual top 10 lists)
- SOMOS Magazine’s 100 Greatest Films of Mexican Cinema (1994)
- 100 Norwegian Films You Must See (2008)
- Rushprint’s Best Norwegian Films (2011)
- Pinoy Rebyu’s 50 Greatest Pinoy Films of All Time (2013)
- Yugoslav Film Archive’s 100 Serbian Films of Cultural Heritage (2016)
- SonntagsZeitung’s Top 100 Swiss Films (2016)
- Thai Film Archive Registry (ongoing)
- 100 American Independent Films (BFI Screen Guides) (2009)
- BBC’s The 100 Greatest American Films (2015)
- Guide to African Cinema (1998)
- BIFF’s Asian Cinema 100 (2015)
- Making Pictures: A Century of European Cinematography (2003)
- National Board of Review Top Ten Films of the Year (annual top 10 lists)
- 100 Classics of Russian and Eastern European Cinema (2007)
- BFI’s 50 Essential South Asian Films (2002)
- Liberated Cinema: The Yugoslav Experience (2003)