The 1,000 Greatest Films (Resources/Links)

View the 1,000 films in Microsoft Excel format.
If 1,000 films is simply not enough to get your teeth into, or if you believe that too much consensus is a bad thing, then maybe TSPDT's starting list of 22,903 films (in Microsoft Excel format) is for you. Download here. This can also be viewed in condensed format here. [Please note I have added a TSPDT reference ID to this year's starting list. Please use this ID when notifying me of any errors. Additionally, this ID will also come in handy, from 2024 onwards, for matching up previous starting list versions with the current one - if that is indeed your thing!]
The PDF Companion (1,297 pages) to the 1,000 Greatest Films. This document contains every critic's pick that contributed to TSPDT's current 1,000 Greatest Films.
NEW DOUBLING THE CANON (2023 Update) "Begun in 2007, Doubling the Canon is a yearly project which aims to expand the Film Canon as crafted by the They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? website."

Letterboxd view of the 1,000 Greatest Fims.
Letterboxd view of the Starting List.
List Challenges view of the 1,000 Greatest Fims.
Sens Critique view of the 1,000 Greatest Fims.

Listed below are the websites sourced for the detailed presentation of the 1,000 Greatest Films. These links are recommended for your online film diet.

The Criterion Collection
Turner Classic Movies (TCM)
The New York Times
Time Out London
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
The Village Voice
Slant Magazine
Chicago Reader + Jonathan
The Guardian
The A.V. Club
Rolling Stone
Philadelphia Weekly
Time Out New York
The Observer
Midnight Eye
Total Film
The Washington Post
New York Magazine (Vulture)
The New York Sun
Senses of Cinema
San Francisco Chronicle
Reverse Shot
LA Weekly
Film Reference
The Museum of Modern Art
The New Yorker
Parallax View
The Austin Chronicle
The Christian Science Monitor
The Telegraph
Radio Times
Harvard Film Archive
British Film Institute (BFI) + Screen Online + Sight & Sound
The Spinning Image
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Lessons of Darkness
The Boston Globe
Dennis Grunes
Entertainment Weekly
Critic After Dark
Jump Cut
Film Society Lincoln Centre
Time Out Hong Kong
The Dissolve
The Independent
DVD Savant
Chicago Tribune
Los Angeles Times
Film Critic: Adrian Martin
The Ringer
Eye for Film
Far Out
Neil Young's Film Lounge
Film Comment
Institute of Contemporary Arts
Independent (UK)