|The Front Page||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
|The Omega Man||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
|Play Misty for Me||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
|Gaily, Gaily||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
|The Party||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
|How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
|The Fortune Cookie||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
|Number One||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
|The Organization||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
|Some Kind of a Nut||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
|They Call Me Mister Tibbs!||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
|Who's Minding the Mint?||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
|If He Hollers, Let Him Go||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
|The Thousand Plane Raid||Sound/Sound Designer||n/a||20|
A group of 150 top directors, including Robert Altman, Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola and Robert Redford, sent a letter Friday to the Motion Picture Association of America, urging to lift the ban on sending special DVD and video screeners to Oscar voters.
Martin Scorsese is one of the most loved and respected filmmakers in the world. This week, his highly anticipated psychological thriller Shutter Island rolls into theaters and, with the film on everyone’s minds, we thought it would be a nice time to take a look back at his long-spanning, stellar career.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.