25 Greatest Working Directors

As the Oscars approach to honor excellence from the past year, we're counting down the most talented, in-demand filmmakers behind the camera today -- from Wes Anderson to Kathryn Bigelow and our No. 1

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-MD-2072d ago

From the list and in no order my favorites are

Edgar Wright
Kathryn Bigelow
Danny Boyle
Guillermo del Toro
Quentin Tarantino
Joel and Ethan Coen
Martin Scorsese
Chris Nolan

I actually haven't seen any of Darren Aronofsky's films yet but I have a feeling I'm going to like his work. The rest I just haven't seen enough of their work to judge.

Sunny_D2070d ago

Wow, those are pretty close to what I have especially with the Cohen Brothers. They made No Country For Old Men.

-MD-2070d ago

I like a lot more directors those are just my choices from the list.

No Country for Old Men was a fantastic film. It introduced me to Javier Bardem.

JL2071d ago

I think absolutely Nolan has to top my list of directors working today. Especially if we're basing it on their modern work (when talking about people like Spielberg, etc.) Though Scorsese can churn out some good stuff still (not to imply Spielberg can't).

Panthers2070d ago

Glad JJ Abrams was on there. The new Star Trek is one of my favorite films of the past few years.

drdistracto7072070d ago

my favs from the list:

Paul Thomas Anderson
Christopher Nolan
Quentin Tarantino
Coen Brothers
and Guillermo Del Toro

Sunny_D2067d ago

The reason why I like the Cohen Brothers was because they decided to make a film adaptation to one the best books I ever read in my time. It was an awesome movie and also introduced my to Javier Bardem.