|1998||Cannes Film Festival||Best Director||The General||Won|
|1998||Independent Spirit Awards||Best Foreign Film||The General||Nominated|
|1998||Los Angeles Film Critics Association||Best Director (Runner-up)||The General||Won|
|1987||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Picture||Hope And Glory||Nominated|
|1987||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Original Screenplay||Hope And Glory||Nominated|
by Elisabeth Rappe
It would seem the Lady in the Lake has found another group of knights to wield Excalibur -- or at least John Boorman's version of it. Variety reports that Warner Bros and Bryan Singer have finally won the rights to Boorman's...
by Eugene Novikov
This was an is-it-April Fool's-Day moment for me this afternoon. First of all, I thought -- foolishly, I realize -- that we were safe from another straight-up adaptation of The Wizard of Oz. (I was open to the possibility of...
by Peter Martin
My personal DVD picks this week are the new editions of Lewis Teague's Alligator (scripted by indie filmmaker John Sayles), John Boorman's Deliverance (which is shockingly indie, even though it was released by a major Hollywood...