|In Technical Roles||Director||7||$34,759,759||$48,738,079||$83,497,838|
|Best known as a Director based on credits in that role in 7 films, with $83,497,838 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #826)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: Carol (Director), Meek's Cutoff (Executive Producer), Velvet Goldmine (Director), Night Moves (Executive Producer), The Last of Robin Hood (Executive Producer)|
|Most productive collaborators: Harvey Weinstein, Kelly Reichardt, Michelle Williams, Bob Weinstein, Bruce Greenwood|
January 15th, 2016
The Oscar nominations were announced at 5:30 am Pacific time. Nothing is good that early in the morning. Worse still, this was a terrible year for snubs, especially when it comes to diversity of the nominees. The voters for the Oscars are 94% white and 77% male... but that's still more diverse than the list of nominees. The Revenant led the way with 12 nominations and it is expected to win a few of those, while it is a serious contender in most of the categories it was nominated in.
January 14th, 2016
The Directors Guild of America spread out the nominations, which I always felt hurt the buzz. There are ten categories of awards, but only three of which pertain to theatrical releases. There are very few surprises across these three categories, so the Oscar nominations today shouldn't be full of surprises either.
January 9th, 2016
The BAFTA nominations were announced and you can read them on their site... in alphabetical order. Alphabetical order is very useful in most circumstances, but not here. On the other hand, the nominees within each category are not presented in alphabetical order. ... Are the BAFTAs trolling us? As for the actual nominees, the big winners here are Bridge of Spies and Carol, both of which earned nine nominations. For Carol, this is just another impressive score, but this was a pleasant surprise for Bridge of Spies.
December 10th, 2015
The Golden Globes nominations were announced this morning and we are already beginning to see a trend for this year's Awards Season. For the most part, the same films are coming up over and over again. Carol led the way with five awards, while there was a three-way tie for second place with The Big Short, The Revenant and Steve Jobs each picking up four.
November 25th, 2015
Awards Season begins with the Independent Spirit Awards nominations. There were definitely some surprise nominees this year, but that also meant there were some unfortunate snubs as well. The overall leader was Carol, which just opened this past weekend. This is great timing and should help its box office numbers, as well as its chances throughout Awards Season. Its six nominations were one ahead of Beasts of No Nation and Spotlight. (One of Spotlight's was the Robert Altman Award, which has no nominations, just one winner.)
|10/14/2016||Certain Women||Executive Producer||$0||$0||$0|
|8/29/2014||The Last of Robin Hood||Executive Producer||$171,138||$0||$171,138|
|5/30/2014||Night Moves||Executive Producer||$271,755||$3,548||$275,303|
|4/8/2011||Meek's Cutoff||Executive Producer||$977,772||$892,156||$1,869,928|
|11/21/2007||I'm Not There||Director||$4,017,609||$8,380,004||$12,397,613|
|11/8/2002||Far From Heaven||Director||$15,901,849||$13,126,065||$29,027,914|