anderes Format: Videokassette. In der Hauptrolle: John Travolta, Emma Thompson, Billy Bob Thornton, et al. Regie: Mike Nichols. Filmpodium Zürich - Das Filmpodium ist ein Kulturangebot des Präsidialdepartements der Stadt Zürich in Zusammenarbeit mit der Cinémathèque suisse in. Regisseur: Mike Nichols ist tot. Für seinen berühmtesten Film, "Die Reifeprüfung", erhielt er einen Oscar. Jetzt ist der Regisseur Mike Nichols im Alter von
Mike NicholsRegisseur: Mike Nichols ist tot. Für seinen berühmtesten Film, "Die Reifeprüfung", erhielt er einen Oscar. Jetzt ist der Regisseur Mike Nichols im Alter von Alles zu Mike Nichols (*) bei trangdenonline.com · Hier findest du alle Filme von Mike Nichols, Biografie, Bilder und News · trangdenonline.com Mike Nichols war ein US-amerikanischer Regisseur, Produzent und Schauspieler. Nichols zählt zu den wenigen Künstlern, die Emmy, Grammy, Oscar und Tony Award gewonnen haben.
Mike Nichols Early life and stage work VideoNichols _ May classic _Mother and Son_ skit
Regarding Harry. Postcards from the edge. The Gin Game. Gilda live. The Fortune. The Day of the Dolphin. BAFTA de Melhor Diretor , Oscar de Melhor Diretor.
Nichols and Sawyer shared a glamorous life. Their homes included a luxurious New York City apartment and an estate on Martha's Vineyard Nichols handled decorating duties , as Sawyer didn't care about furnishings or fabric swatches.
Yet they took the most joy in simply being together. We have our own secret life in our own little place. Sawyer, who took on the role of "vegetable police" in their relationship, supported her husband as his health declined.
She was home with him when he passed away from a heart attack on November 19, After his death, she could at least rest assured in the strength of Nichols' feelings for her.
The marriage between the Ziggy Stardust performer and the model-turned-entrepreneur was intensely private — and lasting.
The marriage between the musician and model has remained steadfast through the highest of highs —and the lowest of lows. It was love at first sight for the "Saturday Night Live" star and "Willy Wonka" actor, but their relationship was cut tragically short by illness.
I love to take actors to a place where they open a vein. That's the job. The key is that I make it safe for them to open the vein.
When I was 17, for my first job, I worked at the midtown Howard Johnson's. A customer asked me what our ice-cream flavor of the week was, which was a dumb question, because there was a huge banner showing that it was maple.
So I told him that it was chicken. The customer laughed, but the manager fired me immediately. They were bastards there.
I had a thing I was going to say, and I have forgot it, because I had given up so long ago. But the first thing to say is thank you. To the other members of my category, my friends Jack and James and Bartlett, I guess you are thinking age before beauty, me too!
My congratulations to the winners. My love to those who have not won tonight. I just want to remind you of my motto: Cheer up, life isn't everything.
It always stands me in good stead. And then he said, "Of course, if I were Renoir I wouldn't like my pictures either".
All his brilliance of character and gesture is consumed and made invisible by the expanse of his nature. Still, he made great movies and he was a completely gifted director.
If you look at A Space Odyssey , you suddenly realize: My God, there's nobody in this movie! We just threw out the dirty limericks and gave the prize to the one that was left.
We were stunned when we got to New York. Never for a moment did we consider that we would do this for living.
John G. Avildsen Woody Allen Michael Cimino Robert Benton Robert Redford Warren Beatty Richard Attenborough James L. AFI Life Achievement Award.
John Ford James Cagney Orson Welles William Wyler Bette Davis Henry Fonda Alfred Hitchcock James Stewart Fred Astaire Frank Capra John Huston Lillian Gish Gene Kelly Billy Wilder Barbara Stanwyck Jack Lemmon Gregory Peck David Lean Kirk Douglas Sidney Poitier Elizabeth Taylor Jack Nicholson Steven Spielberg Clint Eastwood Martin Scorsese Robert Wise Dustin Hoffman Harrison Ford Barbra Streisand Tom Hanks Robert De Niro Meryl Streep George Lucas Sean Connery Al Pacino Warren Beatty Michael Douglas Mike Nichols Morgan Freeman Shirley MacLaine Mel Brooks Jane Fonda Steve Martin John Williams Diane Keaton George Clooney Denzel Washington Julie Andrews BAFTA Award for Best Direction.
Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing — Feature Film. Joseph L. Mankiewicz Robert Rossen Joseph L.
Mankiewicz George Stevens John Ford Fred Zinnemann Elia Kazan Delbert Mann George Stevens David Lean Vincente Minnelli William Wyler Billy Wilder Jerome Robbins and Robert Wise David Lean Tony Richardson George Cukor Robert Wise Fred Zinnemann Mike Nichols Anthony Harvey John Schlesinger Franklin J.
Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing — Movies for Television and Limited Series. Buzz Kulik for Brian's Song Lamont Johnson for That Certain Summer Joseph Sargent for The Marcus-Nelson Murders John Korty for The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman Sam O'Steen for Queen of the Stardust Ballroom Marvin J.
Chomsky for Inside the Third Reich Edward Zwick for Special Bulletin Daniel Petrie for The Dollmaker John Erman for An Early Frost Lee Grant for Nobody's Child Jud Taylor for Foxfire Lamont Johnson for Lincoln Dan Curtis for War and Remembrance : "Parts VIII-XII: The Final Chapter" Roger Young for Murder in Mississippi Stephen Gyllenhaal for Paris Trout Ron Lagomarsino for Picket Fences : "Pilot" Michael Ritchie for The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom Rod Holcomb for ER : "Pilot" Mick Jackson for Indictment: The McMartin Trial Betty Thomas for The Late Shift John Herzfeld for Don King: Only in America Michael Cristofer for Gia Mick Jackson for Tuesdays with Morrie Jeff Bleckner for The Beach Boys: An American Family Directors Guild of America Lifetime Achievement Award — Feature Film.
Cecil B. DeMille John Ford Henry King King Vidor Frank Capra George Stevens Frank Borzage William Wyler Alfred Hitchcock Fred Zinnemann David Lean and William A.
Wellman George Cukor Rouben Mamoulian John Huston Orson Welles Billy Wilder Joseph L. Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Director of a Play.
Wolfe Stephen Daldry Gerald Gutierrez Gerald Gutierrez Trevor Nunn Michael Blakemore Jack O'Brien Mary Zimmerman Robert Falls Jack O'Brien Doug Hughes Nicholas Hytner Jack O'Brien Anna D.
Shapiro Matthew Warchus Michael Grandage Joel Grey and George C. Wolfe Mike Nichols Pam MacKinnon Tim Carroll Marianne Elliott Ivo van Hove Ruben Santiago-Hudson John Tiffany Sam Mendes Stephen Daldry Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Special.
Fielder Cook Tom Gries Joseph Sargent John Korty George Cukor Daniel Petrie Daniel Petrie David Lowell Rich David Greene Marvin J.
Chomsky James Goldstone Marvin J. Chomsky John Erman Jeff Bleckner Lamont Johnson Joseph Sargent Glenn A. Jordan Lamont Johnson Simon Wincer Joseph Sargent Brian Gibson Joseph Sargent James Steven Sadwith John Frankenheimer John Frankenheimer John Frankenheimer Andrei Konchalovsky John Frankenheimer Allan Arkush Charles S.
Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album. Ross Bagdasarian Sr. Is It Something I Said? What a Concept Rodney Dangerfield — No Respect Richard Pryor — Rev.
Du Rite Richard Pryor — Live on the Sunset Strip Eddie Murphy — Eddie Murphy: Comedian "Weird Al" Yankovic — " Eat It " Whoopi Goldberg — Whoopi Goldberg Original Broadway Show Recording Bill Cosby — Those of You with or Without Children, You'll Understand Robin Williams — A Night at the Met Robin Williams — Good Morning, Vietnam Peter Schickele — P.
Bach : Overture and Other Musical Assaults Peter Schickele — P. Bach : Oedipus Tex and Other Choral Calamities Peter Schickele — P.
Bach : WTWP Classical Talkity-Talk Radio Peter Schickele — P. America: A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction Chris Rock — Never Scared Lewis Black — The Carnegie Hall Performance Flight of the Conchords — The Distant Future George Carlin — It's Bad for Ya Stephen Colbert — A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!
Film Society of Lincoln Center Gala Tribute Honorees. Charlie Chaplin Fred Astaire Alfred Hitchcock Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman George Cukor Bob Hope John Huston Barbara Stanwyck Billy Wilder Laurence Olivier Claudette Colbert Federico Fellini Elizabeth Taylor Alec Guinness Yves Montand Bette Davis James Stewart Audrey Hepburn Gregory Peck Jack Lemmon Robert Altman Shirley MacLaine Clint Eastwood Sean Connery Martin Scorsese Mike Nichols Al Pacino Jane Fonda Francis Ford Coppola Susan Sarandon Michael Caine Dustin Hoffman Jessica Lange Diane Keaton Meryl Streep Tom Hanks Michael Douglas Sidney Poitier Catherine Deneuve Barbra Streisand Rob Reiner Robert Redford Morgan Freeman Robert De Niro Helen Mirren No honoree Spike Lee Golden Globe Award for Best Director.
Kennedy Center Honorees s. Julie Andrews Van Cliburn Quincy Jones Jack Nicholson Luciano Pavarotti. James Earl Jones James Levine Chita Rivera Paul Simon Elizabeth Taylor.
James Brown Carol Burnett Loretta Lynn Mike Nichols Itzhak Perlman. Tony Bennett Suzanne Farrell Julie Harris Robert Redford Tina Turner.
Zubin Mehta Dolly Parton Smokey Robinson Steven Spielberg Andrew Lloyd Webber. Leon Fleisher Steve Martin Diana Ross Martin Scorsese Brian Wilson.
Mel Brooks Dave Brubeck Grace Bumbry Robert De Niro Bruce Springsteen. Complete list s s s s s s. National Medal of Arts recipients s. Maya Angelou Eddy Arnold Mikhail Baryshnikov Benny Carter Chuck Close Horton Foote Lewis Manilow National Public Radio , cultural programming division Claes Oldenburg Itzhak Perlman Harold Prince Barbra Streisand.
Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation Rudolfo Anaya Johnny Cash Kirk Douglas Helen Frankenthaler Judith Jamison Yo-Yo Ma Mike Nichols. Florence Knoll Bassett Trisha Brown Philippe de Montebello Uta Hagen Lawrence Halprin Al Hirschfeld George Jones Ming Cho Lee William "Smokey" Robinson.
Austin City Limits Beverly Cleary Rafe Esquith Suzanne Farrell Buddy Guy Ron Howard Mormon Tabernacle Choir Leonard Slatkin George Strait Tommy Tune.
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Ray Bradbury Carlisle Floyd Frederick Hart Anthony Hecht John Ruthven Vincent Scully Twyla Tharp.
Louis Auchincloss James DePreist Paquito D'Rivera Robert Duvall Leonard Garment Ollie Johnston Wynton Marsalis Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Tina Ramirez Dolly Parton.
William Bolcom Cyd Charisse Roy DeCarava Wilhelmina Holladay Interlochen Center for the Arts Erich Kunzel Preservation Hall Jazz Band Gregory Rabassa Viktor Schreckengost Ralph Stanley.
Morten Lauridsen N. Scott Momaday Craig Noel Roy Neuberger Les Paul Henry Z. Steinway George Tooker Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival University of Idaho Andrew Wyeth.
Stan Lee Richard M. Sherman Robert B. Bob Dylan Clint Eastwood Milton Glaser Maya Lin Rita Moreno Jessye Norman Joseph P.
Riley Jr. Frank Stella Michael Tilson Thomas John Williams Oberlin Conservatory of Music School of American Ballet.
Complete list s s s s. New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Director. John Ford Rouben Mamoulian Gregory La Cava Alfred Hitchcock John Ford John Ford John Ford John Farrow George Stevens Leo McCarey Billy Wilder William Wyler Elia Kazan John Huston Carol Reed Joseph L.
Pakula Woody Allen Terrence Malick Woody Allen Jonathan Demme Sidney Lumet Sydney Pollack Ingmar Bergman David Lean John Huston Woody Allen James L.
Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical. Joshua Logan George S. Kaufman Moss Hart George Abbott Gower Champion Abe Burrows George Abbott Gower Champion Jerome Robbins Albert Marre Harold Prince Gower Champion Peter H.
Hunt Ron Field Harold Prince Harold Prince and Michael Bennett Bob Fosse Harold Prince Geoffrey Holder Michael Bennett Gene Saks Richard Maltby Jr.
Wolfe Walter Bobbie Julie Taymor Matthew Bourne Michael Blakemore Susan Stroman John Rando Jack O'Brien Joe Mantello Mike Nichols John Doyle Michael Mayer Bartlett Sher Stephen Daldry Terry Johnson Casey Nicholaw and Trey Parker John Tiffany Diane Paulus Darko Tresnjak Sam Gold Thomas Kail Christopher Ashley David Cromer Rachel Chavkin World News Tonight.
This Week. The View. What Would You Do? How much of Mike Nichols's work have you seen? User Polls Emmys In Memoriam Which male gave the greatest performance in a Mike Nichols film?
Folks we lost in Directors' legendary pairs Directors Who Get Existential Favorite Most Oscar-Nominated Director? Won 1 Oscar. Known For.
The Graduate Director. Closer Director. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Working Girl Director.When the writer and director Mike Nichols was young, he had an allergic reaction to a whooping cough vaccine. The result was a complete and lifelong inability to grow hair. One way to read Mark. When he was 56, Mike Nichols married for the fourth time, to journalist Diane Sawyer. "There was the Mike before Diane, and the Mike after Diane," Bergen said. "She brought out the best in him. Mike Nichols, original name in full Mikhail Igor Peschkowsky, (born November 6, , Berlin, Germany—died November 19, , New York, New York, U.S.), American motion-picture, television, and stage director whose productions focus on the absurdities and horrors of modern life as revealed in personal relationships. Early life and stage work. Mike Nichols, Director: The Graduate. He, along with the other members of the "Compass Players" including Elaine May, Paul Sills, Byrne Piven, Joyce Hiller Piven and Edward Asner helped start the famed "Second City Improv" company. They used the games taught to them by fellow cast mate, Paul Sills 's mother, Viola Spolin. He later worked in legitimate theater as an actor before. “Mike Nichols, born Igor Michael Peschkowsky, was something between a man and a self-made myth. Mark Harris’s magnificent, mesmerizing biography honors both sides of the Nichols persona, conjuring his charismatic brilliance while probing the human complexity behind the impish grin. Mike Nichols war ein US-amerikanischer Regisseur, Produzent und Schauspieler. Nichols zählt zu den wenigen Künstlern, die Emmy, Grammy, Oscar und Tony Award gewonnen haben. Mike Nichols (* 6. November in Berlin als Michail Igor Peschkowsky; † November in New York) war ein US-amerikanischer Regisseur, Produzent. Dies ist eine Themenkategorie für Artikel, die folgendes Kriterium erfüllen: „gehört zu Mike Nichols“. Diese Kategorie kann nur in andere Themenkategorien. anderes Format: Videokassette. In der Hauptrolle: John Travolta, Emma Thompson, Billy Bob Thornton, et al. Regie: Mike Nichols.