It's been quite a while since I wrote this, and maybe I ought to do some revising.
Sadly, I can't say that I've seen much over the past year or so that I think deserves a spot on this list. The only thing I can think of that comes close is Akerman's Jeanne Dielman, which I've seen only once but found very affecting and intellectually stimulating. (Of other films I've seen in the same time period, I'd say Ivens's New Earth, Fuller's Park Row, Tati's Jour de Fete, Oshima's The Sun's Burial, and Mizoguchi's The Crucified Lovers and Tales of the Taira Clan have been particularly impressive, although none of them were THAT impressive.)
But I do have a couple of films to add which I simply forgot the last time around, namely, Powell's Peeping Tom and Kubrick's 2001. (I'm a bit conflicted on the Kubrick: for some time, it was a personal favorite of mine, but I've grown to have reservations about it and haven't seen it in a while. Perhaps I'll replace it with Barry Lyndon, another favorite of mine, when I get around to watching that again; or, maybe I'll finally get a chance to see 2001 on the big screen, and my current reservations will reveal themselves to be groundless. Who knows.)
I don't have a lot to say concerning the films and filmmakers already on my list. I might add Dreyer's Day of Wrath now, as it has grown on me over time. And I've recently acquired a copy of Feuillade's Fantomas, so that might be deserving of a spot up there soon enough.
Other than those rather limited matters, this list still looks all right.