Martin Scorsese

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Noun1.Martin Scorsese - United States filmmaker (born in 1942)
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Miller worked with plenty of talented filmmakers over his 60 years career including Joe Dante, Martin Scorcese, James Cameron, and Roger Corman.
The story was of course brought to mainstream attention when it was first to the screen by Martin Scorcese. The film was nominated for five Academy Awards.
Previous recipients of the award include former vice president Joe Biden, Professor Brian Cox, Al Pacino, Conan O'Brien, Dame Helen Mirren Martin Scorcese and others.
Raging Bull was shot in black and white for authenticity after De Niro pestered director pal Martin Scorcese to make the film.
Summary: The 2002 cult movie from Hong Kong inspired Martin Scorcese's 'The Departed'
It's no secret that Leonardo DiCaprio is Martin Scorcese's go-to guy when it comes to the selection of leading actors for his films.
Just so you know, SOC now has more Academy Awards than Colin Firth, Whoopi Goldberg, Julianne Moore, Kate Winslet, Leonardo Di Caprio, Johnny Depp, Jennifer Lawrence, Grace Kelley, Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow and Martin Scorcese. I'll say it again, more than Scorcese.
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.
At 66 and still one of the most profitable stars on the small-screen (and the big if you consider her role opposite none other than Leo DiCaprio in Scorcese's The Wolf of Wall Street), there's little chance she will be out of work anytime soon.