|2011||British Academy of Film and Television Arts||Best Director||Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy||Nominated|
|2008||Chicago Film Critics Association||Most Promising Filmmaker||Let The Right One In (Lat den ratte komma in)||Won|
|2008||Online Film Critics Association||Breakthrough Filmmaker||Let The Right One In (Lat den ratte komma in)||Won|
by Jaimie Etkin
LONDON - Silent movie "The Artist" had a night to shout about Sunday, winning seven prizes including best picture at the British Academy Film Awards.Britain's equivalent of the Oscars rewarded the French homage to old Hollywood...
by Mike Ryan
When 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' star Colin Firth was eleven years old, he spent a year living in the suburbs of St. Louis, Mo. It's a bit of trivia that I -- as a native of the St. Louis area -- feel compelled to bring up...
by Christopher Rosen
With loud buzz about its premiere screening coming out of the Venice Film Festival and a U.S. release date recently shifted to December, 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' is well on its way toward becoming an Oscar favorite later...
by Harley W. Lond
http://cms.aol.com/378/content/posts/edit/20010067/ We love classy spy films. From James Bond through Harry Palmer through Jason Bourne, we just can't get enough of those sophisticated story lines, great action, twists and...
by Elisabeth Rappe
There's nothing like a really good spy movie, and I'm inclined to think that no genre supports a really good ensemble cast half as well as a tight thriller. (Think back to the glory days of the 1970s casts for just a moment. See...
by Peter Hall
If a book has already been adapted once (and masterfully so), what do you call a second telling of it? Is it a remake? Or a re-adaptation? Regardless of the proper industry terminology here, I am suddenly very, very excited...