#208 Mikhail Kalatozov Ranked List
Another case - like Jacques Becker - where the acclaim currently focuses on a trilogy of titles I've already seen. I'm a fan of the images, but not the films. Like Martin says...
I want to see more by cinematographer Sergei Urusevsky, who deserves much of the credit for making these films as astonishing as they are.
#209 Phil Karlson Ranked List
Introduced to Karlson through my Noir Marathon. I like him, but he's not dependable. Not afraid to go cheap and dirty, and his star-based thrillers can be electric (Scandal Sheet) or sterile (Tight Spot). After a brief international tour, I'm ready for this.
The Brothers Rico (1957)
The Silencers (1966)
5 Against the House (1955)
Hell's Island (1955)
Key Witness (1960)
The Wrecking Crew (1968)