Tagged: Best Director

Road to the Oscars: Best Director

Andrew Payne previews the Best Director nominees. Is it Hazanavicius' year? Or will one of the legendary directors in this category overtake him?

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Oscar Snub: Christopher Nolan for Best Director

Dennis Callahan says the biggest Oscar snub this year is Christopher Nolan for Best Director.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Director

This year, Best Director is the most unsettled major award and it will likely determine who wins your Oscar pool. Adam Spunberg looks to break it all down for you.

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Best Director of the 2000s

Our Oscar Decades Series is back! Holly Grigg-Spall rates Slumdog Millionaire's Danny Boyle as the best Best Director of the 2000s over Ang Lee and Kathryn Bigelow.

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Is this Tarantino’s Year to Shine at the Oscars?

Quentin Tarantino won a screenplay Oscar for "Pulp Fiction" in 1995, but his eyes are on a bigger prize. "Inglourious Basterds" is his best shot yet at Best Picture. Is this Tarantino's year, or is filmmaker too violent and too unusual to win over the Academy? Michaela Zanello reports.

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Divorced Filmmakers Vie for Directing Oscar

Once married, James Cameron and Kathryn Bigelow are reunited at awards shows, competing for Best Director for "Avatar" and the "The Hurt Locker." Bigelow won the Critics Choice Award while Cameron took the Golden Globe. Jeremy Martin takes a closer look.

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A Single Sensation: Firth, Moore Shine

Tom Ford's "A Single Man" is a gem, writes Kit Bowen. Given an opportunity to showcase his talents, Colin Firth gives a memorable performance as a lonely gay college professor. Julianne Moore is deserving of her first Oscar, Bowen says, while Ford's directorial debut is hard to top.

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