Angeles Film Critics

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Terry Gilliam - Awards, Nominations and Honours
... Time Bandits (1981) 5 Saturn Awards nominations Best International Film, Best Director, Best Writing, Best Supporting Actor (Craig Warnock), Best Special Effects ... Terry Gilliam awarded the Fellowship of the Kermodes, by film critic Mark Kermode ... was honored with the Director with Unique Visual Sensitivity Award at the Camerimage film festival in Łódź, Poland in 2009 ...
Warren Beatty - Filmography
... Year Film Role Notes 1961 Splendor in the Grass Bud Stamper Golden Globe for Best New Star – Actor Nominated – Golden Globe for Best Actor The Roman Spring of Mrs ... Photoplay Award for Best Actor Photoplay Award for Best Film Golden Laurel Award for Best Action-Drama Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award for Best Film Nominated – Academy Award for Best Actor ... Joseph Frady 1975 Shampoo George Roundy WGA Award for Best Screenplay National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Screenplay Nominated – Academy Award for Best Screenplay Nominated – Golden Globe for Best ...
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award For Best Documentary Film
... The Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Documentary Feature is one of the annual awards given by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association ... The award is also known as Best Documentary/Non-Fiction film ...
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award For Best Cinematography
... The Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Cinematography is one of the annual film awards given by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association ...

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