Who was nominated for Best Director in 2010?
Quentin Tarantino, "Inglourious Basterds"
Lee Daniels, "Precious"
Jason Reitman, "Up in the Air"
Kathryn Bigelow, "The Hurt Locker"
James Cameron, "Avatar"
Yes! Best Picture, Best Director, Best original screenplay. Read More
John Singleton was the first black director nominated for an Oscar for Best Director. He was nominated for the movie Boyz n the Hood in 1991. He was also the youngest director ever nominated, at age 23. Read More
Alfred Hitchcock was nominated as best director for Psycho in 1961. Read More
No, Alfred Hitcock was nominated for the Oscar for Best Director for Psycho, but he did not win. Read More
No, Ron Howard was not nominated for an Oscar as best director in Apollo 13. See related links for details. Read More
William Wyler has received the most Oscar nominations for Best Director. He was nominated 12 times and won 3 awards. Read More
He was nominated for the Oscar 5 times for Best Director, and never won. He was nominated for 8 DGA (Director Guild Awards). He was nominated for 2 Emmys. Three of his movies were accepted to the Cannes film festival competition. He was nominated for 1 Golden Globe award as Best Director (for Frenzy, of all movies!) and won for Best TV Show. Read More
No African American has yet won Best Director. Only two have ever been nominated. John Singleton was nominated for Boyz n the Hood (1991). He was the first black person to be nominated for Best Director. He is also the youngest person ever nominated in this category (age 23) Lee Daniels was nominated for Precious (2009). He is the second black person to earned a best director nomination. Daniels is also the first black director… Read More
Kathryn Bigelow has so far become the only woman to win the Best Director Oscar for her work on the 2009 film "The Hurt Locker." Sofia Coppola was nominated for Best Director for the 2003 movie, "Lost in Translation." Italian director Lina Wertmüller was nominated for Best Director in 1976 for "Seven Beauties." New Zealand's Jane Campion was nominated for Best Director for "The Piano" in 1993 (she won an Oscar that same year for… Read More
The Best Director of 2010 will not be announced until February or March of 2011. On March 7, 2010, the best director of 2009 was announced. Kathryn Bigelow won the 2009 Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Director for The Hurt Locker (2009). She is the first woman to win the award in this category. Her film was widely regarded as the most important film of those nominated. Avatar (2009) was also a favorite. It was… Read More
As of 2016, no he hasn't. He has been nominated for best director and has twice won for best original screenplay. Read More
No, but he was nominated for Best Director and Best Picture. Read More
Danny Boyle. Read More
Warren Beatty who was nominated for Heaven Can Wait (1978) and Reds (1981). Read More
John Singleton was the youngest Oscar-nominated director and the first black nominated director. He was nominated as director and screenwriter of Boyz n the Hood (1991). Read More
Billy Wilder won Best Director that year for the movie The Apartment. Read More
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Lina Wertmüller for Seven Beauties (1976). She was also nominated for Best Original Screenplay for the same film. Read More
Steven Soderbergh for Traffic. Steven Soderbergh, who was nominated twice in the Best Director category, won for his work in "Traffic." His other nomination was for "Erin Brockovich." Both films were nominated for Best Picture of 2000, but the Oscar went to "Gladiator." Read More
It was nominated for two Oscars: Best Director (Bernardo Bertolucci) and Actor (Marlon Brando). Read More
John Hutson was nominated for the following Oscars Nominated Oscar Best Director for: Prizzi's Honor (1985) Nominated Oscar Best Adapted Screenplay for: The Man Who Would Be King (1975) Shared with: Gladys Hill Nominated Oscar Best Actor in a Supporting Role for: The Cardinal (1963) Nominated Oscar Best Adapted Screenplay for: Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison (1957) Shared with: John Lee Mahin Nominated Oscar Best Director for: Moulin Rouge (1952) Nominated Oscar Best Picture for: Moulin… Read More
Warren Beatty, and he accomplished the amazing record twice. He was nominated for Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actor in a Lead Role and as Producer of Best Picture nominees Heaven Can Wait (1978; co-directed with Buck Henry; co-written with Elaine May) and Reds (1981), for which he won his only Oscar- for Best Director. Read More
No, he did not win. Read More
"Gigi" was nominated for nine 1958 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director (Vincent Minnelli). It won in every nominated category. Read More
The first African-American filmmaker to be nominated for a Best Director Oscar was John Singleton for the 1991 drama "Boyz n the Hood." Singleton was 24 when he received the nomination and a second one for Best Original Screenplay. The film, however, was not nominated for Best Picture. The first African-American filmmaker to receive a Best Director nomination for a film that received a Best Picture nod was Lee Daniels, whose 2009 drama "Precious: Based… Read More
Four: Best Director, Supporting Actress, Cinematography and Art Direction. Read More
No, but he was nominated for this film in this category. He won twice Best Director, for Schindler's List (1993) and Saving Private Ryan (1998). Read More
Leonardo DiCaprio, Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott all worked together on the film Body of Lies (2008). This film was not nominated for any Oscar awards. Leonardo DiCaprio has been nominated three times, but he has not yet won an Oscar. Nominated Best Actor for: Blood Diamond (2006) Nominated Best Actor for: The Aviator (2004) Nominated Best Supporting Actor for: What's Eating Gilbert Grape (1993) Russell Crow has also been nominated three times. He won… Read More
The Golden Globe for Best Director of 2010 will be awarded in January 2011. James Cameron won the Golden Globe for Best Director of 2009 for Avatar. Read More
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Alfred Hitchcock was nominated for directing Psycho (1960), but he did not win the Oscar. Read More
The film "Gladiator" was a hit in 2000. It starred Russel Crow and was directed by Ridley Scott, who was nominated for an Oscar for Best Director. Read More
Three women were nominated in the Best Director category. The last two won an Oscar for the screenplay of the movie they directed. 1976 Lina Wertmuller, Seven Beauties 1993 Jane Campion, The Piano 2003 Sofia Coppola, Lost in Translation Read More
John Singleton was the first African American nominated for a Best Director for his film Boyz N The Hood (1991); but as of 2009, no African American has won Best Director. Read More
How many people total in every category have been nominated for an Oscar since the award was given out?
459 movies were nominated for Best Picture (80 won), 207 directors were nominated for Best Director (63 won, including two double-winners), 421 actors have been nominated (132 won Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor), 415 actresses have been nominated (132 won Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress), You can count the nominees in the rest of the categories. Read More
James Cameron won the Golden Globe for Best Director - Motion Picture in 2010. Read More
Enemy at the Gates was not nominated for an Oscar/Academy Award. It was nominated in other venues, but did not win any awards. Nominated for a "Harry Award", a "Golden Reel Award" , and Audience Awards for Best Actress, Best Actor, and Best Director. Read More
Deliverance which was nominated for Best Picture, Director and Editing. Read More
What Italian became the first woman nominated for a Best Director Academy Award thanks to Seven Beauties?
Lina Wertmuller Read More
In the 2010 Golden Globe Award ceremony, James Cameron won the award for Best Director for his movie Avatar. Read More
No. Only two African Americans have been nominated for Best Director: John Singleton for "Boyz n the Hood" (1991) and Lee Daniels for "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire" (2009). Steve McQueen, a black director from the United Kingdom, was nominated for "12 Years a Slave" (2013), but lost the award to Alfonso CuarÃ³n, the director of "Gravity." But McQueen won an Oscar as a producer when "12 Years a Slave" was named… Read More
Several have won 3 Golden Globes for Best Director. Elia Kazan won for all four times he was nominated for Best Director. Clint Eastwood won three times for Best Director & also won a Golden Globe as the director of the Best Foreign Language Film winner (Letters from Iwo Jima). Read More
Very few horror movies have been nominated for an Oscar. The Exorcist (1973) was the only horror movie nominated for Best Picture. The 1991 film, "The Silence of the Lambs" swept the Bests: Best Picture, Best Actor (Anthony Hopkins), Best Actress (Jodie Foster), Best Director (Jonathan Demme), and Best Writing (Ted Tally). To date (June 2009), the last horror film to be nominated for Best Picture was "The Sixth Sense" in 2000. Read More
As director: Unforgiven, Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby and Letters from Iwo Jima. He was nominated as actor for the two that won Best Picture. Read More
Hitchcock was beat out by Billy Wilder who won for 'The Apartment'. Read More
John Huston has been nominated for several Academy Awards (Oscars) He was nominated for the Oscar for Best Director for: Prizzi's Honor (1985) He was nominated for the Oscar for Best Writing, Screenplay Adapted From Other Material for: The Man Who Would Be King (1975) Shared with: Gladys Hill He was nominated for the Oscar for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for: The Cardinal (1963) He was nominated for the Oscar for Best Writing… Read More
No. The three films nominated for Best Animated Feature of 2010 were "How to Train Your Dragon," "The Illusionist" and "Toy Story 3." Read More