|1969||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Director||Alice's Restaurant||Nominated|
|1967||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Director||Bonnie And Clyde||Nominated|
|1967||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Film - Any Source||Bonnie And Clyde||Nominated|
|1967||Directors Guild of America||Best Director||Bonnie And Clyde||Nominated|
|1967||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Director||Bonnie And Clyde||Nominated|
by Kim Potts
The list of celebrities and other Hollywood luminaries who passed away in 2010 includes Oscar winners aplenty, two members of one of the great British acting families and the 100-year-old actress who starred in her signature...
by Andrew Scott
Influential director Arthur Penn, who helmed the revolutionary crime drama 'Bonnie and Clyde,' died Tuesday evening, just one day after his 88th birthday. The news was confirmed to the NY Times by Penn's son, Evan Bell,...
by Jessica Barnes
Director Arthur Penn is probably always going to be remembered for Bonnie and Clyde in 1967, but Penn had a few films under his belt before his ultimate in "glamorized gangsters". The 84-year-old director was working in films up...