The Weekly Discussion: 1910-1919 in Cinema
Welcome to this week’s Weekly Challenge. Each week I poll you on who the most influential film director of each respective decade in the 20th century is. The polls are in random order, and so far I have polled you on the 60s, 30s, 70s, 90s and 50s.
Here are the results of last week’s quiz on the 50s. The winner by a landslide was Hitchcock with 9 votes. In second was Akira Kurosawa with 4, then Billy Wilder with 2 and then Ingmar Bergman with one. The other three choices, Satyajit Ray, David Lean and Robert Bresson received no votes.
Here is this week’s poll, and this time we are looking at the 10s:
Thanks for voting. I know this poll wasn’t very big, but I’ve got to get each decade done. If there’s anything you’d like to add about the topic, please leave a comment below.
Posted on August 2, 2011, in Filmmakers, Movies and tagged 1910s, 1910s in film, Directors, Filmmakers, Most Influential Film Directors, movies, The Weekly Discussion. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.