ScreenAnarchy's Best Of 2013 - Best Moment In The World Of Film

Editor, U.S.; Los Angeles, California (@filmbenjamin)
The year that was 2013 has almost run its course, so the time has come for Team ScreenAnarchy to pool its ever-growing troupe of contributors from the four corners of the planet, gather its collective thoughts and pay special tribute to those films that have made a particularly strong impact over the past twelve months.

The world of cinema is a big place. From our favorite gut wrenching scenes, to fab festivals, rare retrospectives, filmmaker interviews or news, our favorite moments withing this big wide world could be just about anything that got our neurons sparking and heart beating a bit faster. Ironically enough that moment for many of us was one that led up into the stars above... Here then is ScreenAnarchy's best moments in the world of film for 2013.

Ryland Aldrich, Brian Clark, , Pierce Conran, Shelagh Rowan-Legg, Dustin Chang, Kwenton Bellette, Jim Tudor and Kurt Halfyard contributed to this story.


Ryland Aldrich - Festivals Editor
More than a film, an adventure experience.

Pierce Conran -Contributing writer
An event film if ever there was one. After all the CGI overload of the summer, Gravity came and truly pushed the known limits of the medium.

Jason Gorber - Featured critic
As extraodinary as it is as a film, Gravity is equally an experience...Not in a funride, video game sort of way, but as an expression of pure cinema. If you didn't see this on the largest screen you could find, you simply didn't see it.

Kwenton Bellette - Contributing writer
Not a great film; the plot, pacing and character development were absurd. Forget all that though... IMAX cinema... 3D... and just let your mind wander into the terrifying vastness of space!

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