The Village Voice just published their 2013 Film Poll, in which almost 100 American film critics vote in 13 categories — in addition to Best Film, there’s Movie Everyone is Wrong About and Worst Film — using a very clever point system. The Coen Brothers’ INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS won Best Film in something of a landslide, followed by HER, 12 YEARS A SLAVE and BEFORE MIDNIGHT. The top documentary, very high up at number 5 on the list, is THE ACT OF KILLING, which we’ll be playing this Saturday and Sunday, December 21 and 22 at 10:30 AM at the Monica with the director in attendance for Q&A’s. Oscar Isaac of INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS and Adèle Exarchopoulos of BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR won Best Actor and Actress. There are also a number of entertaining side articles like “15 Documentaries that Help You Understand the World Right Now,” “How Ralph Fiennes Brought His Marvelous INVISIBLE WOMAN” to the Screen” and “20 Most Memorable Movie Villains of 2013.” Enjoy!