|1982||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Adapted Screenplay||Victor/ Victoria||Nominated|
|1982||French Academy of Cinema||Best Foreign Film||Victor/ Victoria||Won|
|1963||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Film - Any Source||Days of Wine and Roses||Nominated|
|1962||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Director||Days of Wine and Roses||Nominated|
|1961||Directors Guild of America||Best Director||Breakfast at Tiffany's||Nominated|
by Gary Susman
Everyone thinks they know 'Breakfast at Tiffany's,' the classic, urbane romantic comedy released 50 years ago today, on October 5, 1961. The film that cemented Audrey Hepburn's reputation as an all-time fashion icon, set the...
by Michael Hogan
The question of whether Holly Golightly -- the irresistibly unattainable city girl played by Audrey Hepburn in 1961's 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' -- was a mercenary call girl or simply a free spirit who happened to accept large...
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 Monika Bartyzel
Writer and director Blake Edwards, the prolific filmmaker responsible for modern comedies like 'The Pink Panther,' passed away from complications with pneumonia last night at the age of 88, his wife (Julie Andrews) and children...