Martin Scorsese

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Noun1.Martin Scorsese - United States filmmaker (born in 1942)
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After her appearance in Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Martin Scorcese cast her as teen prostitute Iris in Taxi Driver, for which she received her first Oscar nomination in 1977.
I've taken on the role of Martin Scorcese with an iPhone filming our daughter who this year is playing the all-important role of sixth star from the left, and my wife is fretting over her handiwork.
Snapped on the red carpet at an event honouring filmmaker Martin Scorcese and artist David Hockney in California, the 34-year-old actress is every inch the golden girl in this Gucci gown with its shimmering, barely there bodice and sexy side cutouts.
Director Martin Scorcese documented the final concert by the Band, staged at San Francisco's Winterland arena on Thanksgiving Day 1976.
He has worked with such directors as Woody Allen, Hal Ashby, John Alvidsen, Warren Beatty, Jonathan Demme, Terry Gilliam, Stanley Kubrick, Mike Nichols, Frank Oz, John Schlesinger, Martin Scorcese and Steven Spielberg.
Martin Scorcese and Quentin Tarantino have done the same.
The renowned filmmaker, Martin Scorcese, spoke of impediments that bulky, expensive equipment has been to filmmaking in the past.
Martin Scorcese directed the opening shots of Boardwalk Empire and it looks like being an epic.
For the current volume, he has added a preface as well as four new chapters covering six more recent, and equally controversial, films: The New World (Terrence Malick, 2005), Gangs of New York (Martin Scorcese, 2002), Flags of Our Fathers and Letters from Iwo Jima (Clint Eastwood, 2006), United 93 (Paul Greengrass, 2006), and World Trade Center (Oliver Stone, 2006).
And stars from Coldplay's Chris Martin to Martin Scorcese are lining up to sing her praises.
Scorcese said: "As Leo gets older he goes deeper and deeper.
The story has also been made into a film, directed by Martin Scorcese, to be released in February 2010.