For 50 years, Citizen Kane stood at the top of the Sight and Sight critics poll like Zeus on top of Mt. Olympus—a place many naturally assumed it would hold onto until the end of human history, at which point it would be regarded the best movie of all time by whatever alien civilization happens to stumble across the ruins of Earth and re-discover it.

That’s why it’s so surprising that, in the latest poll, Kane has had its spot usurped by Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo—which, coincidentally, also happens to feature a score by Bernard Hermann. In the separate directors poll that Sight and Sound conducted, Kane was also usurped, although this time by Yasujiro Ozu’s Tokyo Story.

Since Sight and Sound decided to stop counting The Godfather and Godfather Part II as one movie, the two movies ended up splitting the vote, and neither installment made the critics’ list (although The Godfather managed to sneak in at number eight on the directors’ list). Also shut out were Akira Kurosawa and Ingmar Bergman, whose The Seven Samurai and Persona were staples of previous Sight and Sound polls. But Bergman and Kurosawa’s loss was Andrei Tarkovsky’s gain: his sublime Mirror came in at number nine on the directors poll.

Here are the two lists.

The Critics’ List

1. Vertigo
2. Citizen Kane
3. Tokyo Story
4. Rules Of The Game
5. Sunrise
6. 2001: A Space Odyssey
7. The Searchers
8. Man With A Movie Camera
9. The Passion Of Joan Of Arc
10. 8 1/2

The Directors’ List

1. Tokyo Story
2. (tie) 2001: A Space Odyssey
2. (tie) Citizen Kane
4. 8 1/ 2
5. Taxi Driver
6. Apocalypse Now
7. (tie) The Godfather
8. (tie) Vertigo
9. Mirror
10. Bicycle Thieves