|2010||National Society of Film Critics||Best Director (Runner-up)||The Ghost Writer||Won|
|2010||National Society of Film Critics||Best Screenplay (Runner-up)||The Ghost Writer||Won|
|2003||Broadcast Film Critics Association||Best Director||The Pianist||Nominated|
|2002||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Picture||The Pianist||Nominated|
|2002||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Director||The Pianist||Won|
by Christopher Rosen
Good timing for Team 'Carnage.' On Thursday morning, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association nominated Kate Winslet and Jodie Foster in the Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy category at the Golden Globes, less than 24 hours...
by Eric Larnick
In the mysterious new horror film '11-11-11,' an American writer traveling in Spain and trying to re-connect with his brother encounters strange and horrific events that always involve the number 11. He soon discovers that...
by Sharon Knolle
Two years after he'd been arrested in Zurich, Roman Polanski received a 10-minute standing ovation at the Zurich Film Festival as he accepted a lifetime achievement award. "Better late than never," he said on finally being able...
by John Mitchell
The 68th Venice Film Festival doesn't kick off until Aug. 31, but word of what will play at the fest is starting to surface and the lineup features some of the most anticipated films of the fall. Director Roman Polanski's...
by Jacob Hall
Despite his various, er, troubles, Oscar-winning filmmaker Roman Polanski is hard at work editing his latest film and has supplied Empire with a couple of images for your viewing pleasure. The film is 'Carnage', an adaptation of...