Every decade since 1992, Sight and Sound has complemented its celebrated critics' poll by formally sounding out the world's leading directors on the ten films they believe to be the greatest of all time.
Though it has always been global and inclusive in scope, the poll has expanded significantly each decade. In 1992, 101 directors voted; fast-forward to 2012, when 358 filmmakers took part. This year, for the fourth edition of the poll, we received ballots from 480 directors. This electorate spans experimental, arthouse, mainstream and genre filmmakers from around the world. In every case, the voter is a director of note.
Here are the 100 greatest films of all time, as voted for by many of today's greatest living filmmakers.