Oscar Directors: Pakula, Alan–Background, Career, Awards, Filmography

Pakula was nominated for three Oscar Awards: Best Picture for To Kill a Mockingbird (1962), Best Director for All the President’s Men (1976) and Best Adapted Screenplay for Sophie’s Choice (1982).

Oscar Directors: Logan, Josh–Background, Career, Awards, Filmography (Cum Advantage, Pulitzer, Tony)

Josh Logan directed the film adaptation of Picnic (1955), for which Logan received an Oscar nomination

A Girl, a Guy and a Gob is (1941): Comedy, Starring George Murphy, Lucille Ball, and Edmond O’Brien

Produced by Harold Lloyd and starring George Murphy, Lucille Ball, and Edmond O’Brien, A Girl, a Guy and a Gob is a mildly funny comedy, released during World War II.

Oscar Directors: Litvak, Anatole–Background, Career, Awards

September 23, 2020 Anatole Litvak Career Summation Occupational Inheritance: Nationality: Russian born Social Class: Race/Ethnicity/Religion: Family: Formal Education: Training: First Film: Breakthrough: First Oscar Nomination: Gap between First Film and First Nom: Other Oscars: Other Oscar Nominations: Oscar Awards: Nominations Span: Genre (specialties): Collaborators: Last Film: Contract: Career Length: Career Output: Marriage: Politics: Death: Mikhail […]

Oscar Directors: Mereilles, Fernando–Background, Career, Awards

In 2004, Mereilles was nominated for the Best Director Oscar for the Brazilian urban drama, City of God.