Ocic Award Winner

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Robert Bresson - Awards and Nominations
... Diary of a Country Priest Venice Film Festival International Award Winner Venice Film Festival Italian Film Critics Award Winner Venice Film Festival OCIC Award Winner Un condamné à mort s'est échapp ... Berlin Film Festival Interfilm Award Winner Berlin Film Festival OCIC Award Winner L'argent (1983) - Money Cannes Film Festival Prix de la mise en scène Winner ...
1990 Grammy Awards - Trivia
... This was the only Grammy ceremony that involved an award ultimately being revoked ... The award for Best New Artist was awarded to Milli Vanilli ... As a result the award was revoked a few days later ...
B. F. Skinner - List of Awards and Positions
... Association 1958 Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award, American Psychological Association 1958-1974 Edgar Pierce Professor of Psychology, Harvard University 1964-1974 Career ... Foundation for Mental Retardation International award 1972 Humanist of the Year Award, American Humanist Society 1972 Creative Leadership in Education Award, New York University 1972 Career ...
Ian McKellen
... He has won multiple Laurence Olivier Awards, a Tony Award, a Golden Globe Award, two Academy Award nominations, and five Emmy Award nominations ...
Harry Shearer - Awards
... six regular voice actors from The Simpsons not to have won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance ... However, he was nominated for the award in 2009 for his performance as Kent Brockman, Lenny, Mr ... He lost the award to Dan Castellaneta ...

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