|2012||Boston Society of Film Critics||Best Director||Zero Dark Thirty||Won|
|2012||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Director||Zero Dark Thirty||Nominated|
|2012||Detroit Film Critics Society||Best Director||Zero Dark Thirty||Nominated|
|2012||Directors Guild of America||Best Director||Zero Dark Thirty||Nominated|
|2012||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Director||Zero Dark Thirty||Nominated|
by Katie Roberts
The "Point Break" remake is officially happening: studio Alcon announced it's found its director for the project, Ericson Core.The reboot of the 1991 cult classic -- starring Keanu Reeves as an FBI agent who goes undercover with...
by Rory O'Connor
Along with its many filmmaking awards, including an Oscar nomination for Best Picture, Zero Dark Thirty promises to win the prize as this year's most controversial film. Everyone from leftie filmmakers like Michael Moore and Alex...
by Jason Apuzzo
Freedom must thrive for the arts to flourish. It's therefore an encouraging sign that so many of 2012's most acclaimed films -- such as Zero Dark Thirty, Lincoln, Les Miserables, or Skyfall -- should explore the centrality of...
by Drew Taylor
"Zero Dark Thirty," the epic new film about the decade-long quest to bring down Osama bin Laden, is a movie of such unfathomable complexity that it's hard to imagine anyone having the wherewithal or skill to corral this thing...
by Drew Taylor
This week, the New York Film Critics Circle named "Zero Dark Thirty" the best film of 2012, and Kathryn Bigelow, best director. Depicting the true story of the decade-long hunt for Osama bin Laden, the movie replicates the same...