The greatest films The "Greatest" and the "Best" in Cinematic History
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Filmsite.org is an award-winning website for classic film buffs, students, moviegoers and anyone else interested in the great movies of the last century. Detailed plot synopses, review commentary and film reference material are just some of the features available on the site. The site also contains film analysis, original content, information on the top films and most memorable movie scenes, "Best of..." articles, and the most popular film quotes in all genres of film. Its many resources include a comprehensive overview of film history, a complete survey of the Academy Awards (Oscars), milestones and turning points in the industry, and background and descriptions for hundreds of classic Hollywood/American and other English-language movies from the last one hundred years. In the mid-1990s when it was first launched, filmsite.org was one of the first websites to initiate the trend to select 100 Greatest Films in the history of cinema.
Tim Dirks created the popular filmsite.org website, aka Greatest Films, in mid-1996, and has been writing about and reviewing films ever since. As of September 2008, the site was acquired by American Movie Classics (AMC) LLC, and then as of July 2011, it became part of a new company called AMC Networks, Inc. Tim continues to manage and add content to Filmsite, and often writes blogs and other film-related articles, including those for Sundance TV's series 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die.
Film critic and columnist Roger Ebert, author of The Great Movies (2002), The Great Movies II (2005), and The Great Movies III (2010) has made many detailed references to filmsite.org in his Chicago Sun-Times "Answer Man" column and in his many writings about the Great Movies over the years. He has written that the site is "an invaluable repository of movie descriptions and dialogue" and that it is an "awesome website [that] contains detailed descriptions of 300 great American films, along with many other riches."