|1954||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actress||The Country Girl||Won|
|1954||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama||The Country Girl||Won|
|1954||National Board of Review||Best Actress||Dial M for Murder||Won|
|1954||National Board of Review||Best Actress||Rear Window||Won|
|1954||National Board of Review||Best Actress||The Country Girl||Won|
by Katie Roberts
Olivier Dahan, director of "Grace of Monaco," made headlines last fall when he blasted The Weinstein Company chairman Harvey Weinstein for unnecessarily delaying his film's release. Now, Weinstein has pulled "Grace" from the...
by Jenni Miller
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by Drew Taylor
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by Dana Taddeo
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by Gary Susman
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by Chris Jancelewicz
Grace Kelly embodies the fantasy of nearly every woman on Earth: she won an Oscar, married a prince and became a princess. She was also the muse to many directors, most notably the late, great Alfred Hitchcock. Toronto's TIFF...