|1991||Berlin International Film Festival||In Competition||The Godfather: Part III||Nominated|
|1990||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Picture||The Godfather: Part III||Nominated|
|1990||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Director||The Godfather: Part III||Nominated|
|1990||Directors Guild of America||Best Director||The Godfather: Part III||Nominated|
|1990||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Director||The Godfather: Part III||Won|
by Kelly Woo
Francis Ford Coppola is returning to his "Godfather" rootsNo, the legendary director isn't making a sequel or prequel or reboot. But he will be writing and directing a new, decades-spanning Italian-American saga.According to the...
by Sharon Knolle
"Nothing gold can stay," Ponyboy Curtis (C. Thomas Howell) memorably tells Johnny Cade (Ralph Macchio) in "The Outsiders," a line from a Robert Frost poem about how nothing good ever lasts. But 30 years after its release, the...
by Gary Susman
One reason for the longevity of "The Godfather" over the past 40 years is that, behind its gangster plot, is a classic story of an American family, tracing its journey from immigration and poverty toward assimilation and success....
by The Editors at IndieWire
Today on indieWIRE, we told you what not to miss in theaters this month, we present the trailer for Francis Ford Coppola's cheap-looking horror bore 'Twixt,' and much more. Most DIY distributors would love to be in...
by Moviefone Staff
A movie trailer featuring ghosts, witches, murder, Val Kilmer and a Tom Waits voiceover sounds either awesome or a recipe for disaster. After watching the first footage from Francis Ford Coppola's 'Twixt,' we aren't really...