Tuesday, December 6

Best Director

1967 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1967 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1967 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director WinnerThe GraduateMike NicholsA disillusioned college graduate finds himself torn between his older lover and her daughter.Amazon1967 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director NomineesBonnie and ClydeArthur PennAmazonIn the Heat of the NightNorman JewisonAmazon
1956 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1956 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1956 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director WinnerMoby DickJohn HustonThe sole survivor of a lost whaling ship relates the tale of his captain's self-destructive obsession to hunt the white whale, Moby Dick.Amazon1956 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director NomineesBaby DollElia KazanAmazon
1957 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1957 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1957 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director WinnerThe Bridge on the River KwaiDavid LeanBritish POWs build a railway bridge across the river Kwai for their Japanese captors, oblivious of the Allies' plans to destroy it.Amazon1957 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director Nominees12 Angry MenSidney LumetAmazon
1958 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1958 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1958 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director WinnerThe Defiant OnesStanley KramerTwo escaped convicts chained together, white and black, must learn to get along in order to elude capture.Amazon1958 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director NomineesCat on a Hot Tin RoofRichard BrooksAmazon
1959 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1959 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1959 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director WinnerThe Nun's StoryFred ZinnemannAfter leaving a wealthy Belgian family to become a nun, Sister Luke struggles with her devotion to her vows during crisis, disappointment, and World War II.Amazon1959 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director NomineesBen-HurWilliam WylerAmazonRoom at the TopJack ClaytonAmazonSapphireBasil DeardenAmazon
1960 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1960 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1960 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director WinnerSons and LoversJack CardiffIn the early twentieth century, an artistically talented young man living in an English coal mining town is inhibited by his domineering and emotionally manipulative mother.Amazon1960 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director NomineesThe ApartmentBilly WilderAmazonThe SundownersFred ZinnemannAmazon
1961 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1961 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1961 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director WinnerThe HustlerRobert RossenAn up-and-coming pool player plays a long-time champion in a single high-stakes match.Amazon1961 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director NomineesWest Side StoryJerome RobbinsAmazon
1963 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1963 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1963 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director WinnerTom JonesTony RichardsonThe romantic and chivalrous adventures of adopted bastard Tom Jones in 18th century England.Amazon1963 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director NomineesHudMartin RittAmazon
1964 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1964 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1964 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director WinnerDr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the BombStanley KubrickAn insane general triggers a path to nuclear holocaust that a War Room full of politicians and generals frantically tries to stop.Amazon1964 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director NomineesMy Fair LadyGeorge CukorAmazonThe ServantJoseph LoseyAmazon
1965 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Director, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1965 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Director Winner and Nominees

1965 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director WinnerDarlingJohn SchlesingerBeautiful, but amoral, model Diana Scott (Julie Christie) sleeps her way to the top of the London fashion scene at the height of the Swinging Sixties.Amazon1965 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Director NomineesDoctor ZhivagoDavid LeanAmazonRepulsionRoman PolanskiAmazon