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Film #561: Face to Face (1976)

We continue to the second part of our Bergman double bill now with 1976’s Face to Face which, at just under two hours, was a lot more digestible than Fanny and Alexander. 645 more words

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Film #560: Fanny and Alexander (1983)

Our round-the-world trip returns to Sweden now for a double bill from arguably that country’s greatest director Ingmar Bergman. Although only of Bergman’s films was nominated for Best Picture, in the form of 1973’s Cries and Whispers, he was recognised another couple of times in the Best Director category. 1,034 more words

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Film #559: Ran (1985)

We leap now from Sweden of the 1950s to Japan of the Middle Ages as we find the only the film from the legendary Akira Kurosawa to be nominated for one of the ‘Big Five’ Oscars. 873 more words

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Film #558: My Life as a Dog (1987)

Recently in this best director log we’ve looked at offerings from the likes of Spielberg and Scorsese who are both directors that have produced multiple Best Picture nominees. 790 more words

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Film #557: Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)

Just like Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg is a director whose work has been covered in detail on this blog due to the fact that the majority of his movies have been nominated for Best Picture. 803 more words

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One Night of Love

Directed: Victor Schertzinger

Year: 1934

Nominated: Best Film, Best Director – Frank Borzage, Best Actress – Grace Moore

Plot in 25 Words: A romantic drama set in the romantic, dramatic world of opera. 108 more words

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It Happened One Night

Directed: Frank Capra

Year: 1934

Nominated: Best Film, Best Director – Frank Capra, Best Actor – Clark Gable, Best Actress – Claudette Colbert

Won: Best Film, Best Director – … 181 more words

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