Sunday, November 27

Best Director

1972 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1972 Golden Globe Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1972 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director WinnerThe French ConnectionWilliam FriedkinA pair of NYC cops in the Narcotics Bureau stumble onto a drug smuggling job with a French connection.Amazon1972 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director NomineesA Clockwork OrangeStanley KubrickAmazonFiddler on the RoofNorman JewisonAmazonSummer of '42Robert MulliganAmazonThe Last Picture ShowPeter BogdanovichAmazon
1963 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1963 Golden Globe Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1963 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director WinnerLawrence of ArabiaDavid LeanThe story of T.E. Lawrence, the English officer who successfully united and led the diverse, often warring, Arab tribes during World War I in order to fight the Turks.Amazon1963 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director NomineesDays of Wine and RosesBlake EdwardsAmazonFreudJohn HustonAmazonGypsyMervyn LeRoyAmazonHemingway's Adventures of a Young ManMartin RittAmazonLolitaStanley KubrickAmazonMy Son, the HeroIsmael RodríguezAmazonThe Chapman ReportGeorge CukorAmazonThe Manchurian CandidateJohn FrankenheimerAmazonThe Music ManMorton DaCostaAmazonTo Kill a MockingbirdRobert MulliganAmazon
1964 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1964 Golden Globe Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1964 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director WinnerAmerica AmericaElia KazanA young Anatolian Greek, entrusted with his family's fortune, loses it en route to Istanbul and dreams of going to the United States.Amazon1964 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director NomineesCleopatraJoseph L. MankiewiczAmazonHudMartin RittAmazonThe CardinalOtto PremingerAmazonThe CaretakersHall BartlettAmazonThe HauntingRobert WiseAmazonThe Ugly AmericanGeorge EnglundAmazonTom JonesTony RichardsonAmazon
1965 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1965 Golden Globe Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1965 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director WinnerMy Fair LadyGeorge CukorSnobbish phonetics Professor Henry Higgins (Sir Rex Harrison) agrees to a wager that he can make flower girl Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn) presentable in high society.Amazon1965 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director NomineesBecketPeter GlenvilleAmazonSeven Days in MayJohn FrankenheimerAmazonThe Night of the IguanaJohn HustonAmazonZorba the GreekMichael CacoyannisAmazon
1966 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1966 Golden Globe Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1966 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director WinnerDoctor ZhivagoDavid LeanThe life of a Russian physician and poet who, although married to another, falls in love with a political activist's wife and experiences hardship during World War I and then the October Revolution.Amazon1966 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director NomineesA Patch of BlueGuy GreenAmazonDarlingJohn SchlesingerAmazonThe CollectorWilliam WylerAmazonThe Sound of MusicRobert WiseAmazon
1967 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1967 Golden Globe Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1967 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director WinnerA Man for All SeasonsFred ZinnemannThe story of Sir Thomas More, who stood up to King Henry VIII when the King rejected the Roman Catholic Church to obtain a divorce and remarry.Amazon1967 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director NomineesA Man and a WomanClaude LelouchAmazonAlfieLewis GilbertAmazonThe Sand PebblesRobert WiseAmazonWho's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?Mike NicholsAmazon
1968 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1968 Golden Globe Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1968 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director WinnerThe GraduateMike NicholsA disillusioned college graduate finds himself torn between his older lover and her daughter.Amazon1968 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director NomineesBonnie and ClydeArthur PennAmazonGuess Who's Coming to DinnerStanley KramerAmazonIn the Heat of the NightNorman JewisonAmazonThe FoxMark RydellAmazon
1969 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1969 Golden Globe Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1969 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director WinnerRachel, RachelPaul NewmanRachel is a 35 year old school teacher who has no man in her life and lives with her mother. When a man from the big city returns and asks her out, she begins to have to make decisions about her life and where she wants it to go.Amazon1969 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director NomineesFunny GirlWilliam WylerAmazonOliver!Carol ReedAmazonRomeo and JulietFranco ZeffirelliAmazonThe Lion in WinterAnthony HarveyAmazon
1970 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1970 Golden Globe Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1970 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director WinnerAnne of the Thousand DaysCharles JarrottKing Henry VIII of England discards one wife, Catharine of Aragon, who has failed to produce a male heir, in favor of the young and beautiful Anne Boleyn.Amazon1970 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director NomineesHello, Dolly!Gene KellyAmazonMidnight CowboyJohn SchlesingerAmazonThe Secret of Santa VittoriaStanley KramerAmazonThey Shoot Horses, Don't They?Sydney PollackAmazon
1971 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1971 Golden Globe Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1971 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director WinnerLove StoryArthur HillerA boy and a girl from different backgrounds fall in love regardless of their upbringing - and then tragedy strikes.Amazon1971 Golden Globe Awards - Best Director NomineesFive Easy PiecesBob RafelsonAmazonMASHRobert AltmanAmazonPattonFranklin J. SchaffnerAmazonWomen in LoveKen RussellAmazon