Schindlers List and Saving Private Ryan
Steven speilberg won a total of 83 awards. some are Oscars and academy awards from famous movies he directed.
Spielberg won three Oscars for two movies: Schindler's List (1993): Best Picture and Best Director Saving Private Ryan (1998): Best Director
Schindler's List & Saving Private Ryan
He had 26 amazing movies or shows that got academy awards.
"The Artist" and "Hugo" won five 2011 Academy Awards each.
Steven Spielberg directed all of the Indiana Jones movies.
None. They won several Emmys but since Academy Awards are for Movies they did not win any
The 82nd Academy Awards for movies released in 2009 was co-hosted by Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin.
None : George Lucas is the director of the Star Wars franchise .
because he made great movies like Saving private Ryan. He is also a great director.
Denzel Washington does many things. He is an actor, director and producer of films. He has won two academy awards for various roles in the cinema. His most famous movies are Glory and Training Day, which he won an academy award for both.
Steven Spielberg has directed 16 movies.
One million baby
Star Movies... not sure what time though
Titanic Gone with the Wind
Frankenstein, Nell and Queen Margot are three.
Terminator II - Judgment Day
He is a very famous movie director who has directed classic movies like the Indiana Jones series of movies, Jurrasic Park, Saving Private Ryan etc.
When it comes to records, no movie has won a major number of Academy Awards in the past 10 years. In 1997, the film "Titanic," won 11 Academy Awards. However, in 1959, "Ben-Hur," also took 11 Academy Awards home. To date, these movies are tied for first place.
The "Oscar" is the copyrighted nickname for the awards given in the field of motion pictures (movies). They are awarded annually by voting members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, hence their other name: the Academy Awards.
The movies that were nominated for Best Picture at the 2015 Academy Awards were American Sniper, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), Boyhood, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Imitation Game, Selma, The Theory of Everything, and Whiplash.