The 214th Best Director of All-Time: Barry Levinson

2020-07-14T18:02:39+00:00

Levinson. Barry Levinson is here because of the impressive filmography- I can’t call him a style-plus director. However, both his debut (Diner- one that never gets mentioned among the best debuts of all-time and should)

The 214th Best Director of All-Time: Barry Levinson2020-07-14T18:02:39+00:00

The 213th Best Director of All-Time: Paul Greengrass

2021-04-18T10:47:53+00:00

Greengrass.  There is shaky-cam cinema and then there is Paul Greengrass. His handheld camera visceral style is a brilliant example of auteur cinema working within the Hollywood blockbuster. He has a patented visual approach and

The 213th Best Director of All-Time: Paul Greengrass2021-04-18T10:47:53+00:00

The 210th Best Director of All-Time: René Clément

2020-07-14T16:40:54+00:00

Clément. Clément gets lost in history because he wasn’t from the French New Wave—yet his best film came out in 1960- a year overstuffed with brilliant films. For the purposes of this list, Clément’s strength

The 210th Best Director of All-Time: René Clément2020-07-14T16:40:54+00:00
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