Martin Scorsese

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Noun1.Martin Scorsese - United States filmmaker (born in 1942)
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NEW YORK -- Martin Scorsese's big-budget mafia epic "The Irishman" will premiere as the opening night film at the 57th New York Film Festival, Film at Lincoln Center announced Monday.
ROLLING THUNDER REVUE: A BOB DYLAN STORY BY MARTIN SCORSESE NETFLIX'S first of two Scorsese films out this year is a look at the legendary singer's tour of 1975, with stunning concert footage echoing the director's benchmark of the genre, The Last Waltz.
@steve_dinneen THE LIFE and times of Jordan Belfort, the infamous stockbroker behind Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, are coming to London in the form of an ambitious new immersive theatrical experience.
Schoonmaker,said I am staggered to be asked to join such an illustrious group as the BAFTA Fellows and particularly moved and honoured to be joining two of the most important people in my life -- my director, Martin Scorsese, and my late husband, Michael Powell, all of whom have been given BAFTA Fellowships."
Martin Scorsese and Bob Dylan are making movie magic together for a second time.
actor Robert De Niro received a tribute award at the Marrakech film festival Saturday, from the hands of his old friend, director Martin Scorsese.
Martin Scorsese joins US filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola, US architect Frank Gehry and Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke as winner of Spain's top arts prize, Spain, April 25, 2018.
1 (ANI): 'The Wolf of Wall street' became a breakout movie for Margot Robbie, but now she has revealed that she wasn't sexy enough to play a blonde bombshell in the Martin Scorsese directorial.
LEGENDARY film director Martin Scorsese is bringing veteran stars Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, and Harvey Keitel together for a new gangster movie.
Martin Scorsese's Silence, which tells the story of two 17th-century Portuguese Jesuits who travel to Japan to find their missing mentor and spread their imperiled faith in a land that bans it, may very well be among the greatest Jewish movies ever made.
Martin Scorsese got right to the point while introducing "Silence," the adaptation of Shusaku Endo's novel that took him 28 years to make: "Prepare to go into another world ...