|2010||National Board of Review||Special Filmmaking Achievement||Somewhere||Won|
|2003||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Director||Lost in Translation||Nominated|
|2003||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Picture||Lost in Translation||Nominated|
|2003||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Original Screenplay||Lost in Translation||Won|
|2003||Boston Society of Film Critics||Best Director||Lost in Translation||Won|
by Annette Bourdeau
Sometimes it's pretty fun to live vicariously through the characters we see on the big screen, especially when those characters are young, pretty, spoiled, and living it up in the L.A. party scene, like the privileged socialite...
by Laura Larson
Kim Kardashian, an object of study? If you're Emma Watson, then yes. According to "Bling Ring" director Sofia Coppola, British actress Watson marathoned "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" in preparation for her role in the...
by Dana Taddeo
Emma Watson took a break from ransacking celebrity homes to steal everyone's attention at "The Bling Ring" premiere last night. The 23-year-old shined on the L.A. red carpet in a Chanel dress, but kept the bling to a minimum...
by Karin Badt
It is not the first time that we are privy to Sofia Coppola's obsession with conspicuous consumption--take her previous film Marie Antoinette--but her new film The Bling Ring has materialism as its very subject, to the point that...
by Jessie Heyman
After hanging up her wizards' robes, actress Emma Watson said she was planning to focus more on her studies now that "Harry Potter" franchise has come to a close. (Sniff.) But there seems to be no evidence of that happening...