Martin Scorsese? Martin Scorsese is known around the world to be one of the most powerful and dominant directors of all time.
He created and developed The Film Foundation which is a non-profit company. Martin Scorsese established the World Cinema Foundation in 2007.
He is a beneficiary of the AFI Life Achievement Award for his efforts and assistance that he has brought to film.
Martin Scorsese has won many awards, such as DGA Award, Emmys, AFI Life Achievement Award, Grammy Award, Golden Globes, Academy Award, BAFTAs, Palme d'Or, Silver Lion, Cannes Film Festival Best Director Award.
In 1974, "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" has been nominated several times and won many rewards.
The following are three nominations for the Academy Awards, two nominations for the Golden Globe, seven nomination for BAFTA, one win for Academy Awards, and four wins for the BAFTA Awards.
In 1976, "Taxi Driver" was nominated for four Academy Awards, two Golden Globes, seven BAFTA nominations, and won three BAFTA.
In 1977, "New York, New York" has been nominated for two BAFTA and four Golden Globe Awards.
In 1980, "Raging Bull" has won two Academy Awards, one Golden Globe Award, two BAFTA and many nominations such as eight Academy Award nominations, seven Golden Globe nominations, and four BAFTA nominations.
In 1983, "The King of Comedy" has been nominated for five BAFTA nominations and won one BAFTA wins.
In 1985, "After Hours" was nominated for one Golden Globe nomination and one BAFTA nomination.
In 1986, "The Color of Money" was nominated four times for an Academy Award, won one Academy Award, and nominated for two Golden Globes.
In 1988, "The Last Temptation of Christ" was nominated for one Academy Award and nominated for two Golden Globes.
In 1990, "Goodfellas" was nominated for six Academy Awards, won one Academy Award, five Golden Globe nominations, nominated for seven BAFTA, and won five BAFTA.
In 1991, "Cape Fear" was nominated for two Academy Awards, nominated for two Golden Globes, and nominated for two BAFTA.
In 1993, "The Age of Innocence" was nominated five times for an Academy Award, one time the movie won an Academy Award, and four times it was nominated for the Golden Globe, won one Golden Globe, nominated four times for BAFTA, and won once for BAFTA.
In 1995, "Casino" the film was nominated once for an Academy Award, nominate twice for a Golden Globe, won one Golden Globe Award.
In 1997, "Kundun" was nominated four times for an Academy Award and nominated once for a Golden Globe.
In 2002, "Gangs of New York" was nominated ten times for an Academy Award, five Golden Globe nominations, won two Golden Globe Awards, nominated twelve times for a BAFTA, and won one BAFTA.
In 2004, "The Aviator" was nominated eleven times for an Academy Award, won five Academy Awards, six Golden Globe nominations, won three Golden Globes, fourteen BAFTA nominations, and won four BAFTA.
In 2006, "The Departed" was nominated five times for an Academy Award, won four Academy Awards, six Golden Globe nominations, won one Golden Globe, and six BAFTA nominations.
In 2011, "Hugo" was nominated eleven times for an Academy Award, won five Academy Awards, three Golden Globe nominations, won one Golden Globe, nine BAFTA nominations, and won two BAFTA.
In 2013, "The Wolf of Wall Street" was nominated for five Academy Awards, nominated twice for Golden Globe, won one Golden Globe, and nominated once for BAFTA.
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