#FilmNominations2014 : Best Director


the grand budapest hotel

In 2014 Alain Guiraudie; Pawel Pawlikowsky; Bennett Miller; Lav Diaz; Dan Gilroy; Nuri Ceylan Bilge; The Dardenne Brothers; J.C. Chandor; Paul Thomas Anderson; David Cronemberg; Bong Joon-Ho; Lars Von Trier; Xavier Dolan; David Fincher; Phil Lord & Chris Miller; Ava DuVernay and James Gray offered us remarkable directorial work.

However, the authors who stood up from such an illustrious rest were Alejandro G. Iñárritu for the energetic pace, technical achievement and subject originality of ‘Birdman’; Andrey Zvyagintsev for his accomplished and epic universal tale of individual versus state in ‘Leviathan’; Jonathan Glazer for pushing the boundaries of image and sound in the disturbingly enigmatic ‘Under The Skin’; Mike Leigh for his thorough research in the life and works of such British iconic painter that is ‘Mr. Turner’; Damien Chazelle for taking the slick elegance and rhythm of jazz to a dark story of a teacher and his pupil on their quest for greatness in ‘Whiplash’; Richard Linklater for capturing slices of life through the twelve years in the making filming of a child’s growth in the masterful ‘Boyhood’ and Wes Anderson for refining his unique world and vision in the clockwork-precision of the retro-infused comedy ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’.




ALEJANDRO G. IÑARRITU (Birdman)




ANDREY ZVYAGINTSEV (Leviathan)




JONATHAN GLAZER (Under The Skin)




MIKE LEIGH (Mr. Turner)




DAMIEN CHAZELLE (Whiplash)




RICHARD LINKLATER (Boyhood)




WES ANDERSON (The Grand Budapest Hotel)

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