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List the directors whose filmographies you have completed.

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Here are the rules:

- You must see every available Feature film, documentary, Short Film, TV movie or TV Mini-series.
- In the case of TV shows, the rules are slightly different. If a director made a random episode in a long standing show (Bonanza, CSI, E.R, etc...) than you don't have to watch that, but if a director is a driving force behind a show (Twin Peaks (Lynch), Gun (Altman), Alfred Hitchcock Presents, etc...) you must watch the episodes he directed.
- If a film is lost or unavailable (not on vhs/dvd/online (Karagarga,etc..) or only available in a museum or a cinematheque, than, you can disregard it.
- Directors who have only made one film (Charles Laughton, Marlon Brando, etc...) do not count.
- In regards to films where a director is uncredited, it depends, some films are notoriously directed in large part by a director whose uncredited (The Enforcer (Walsh), The Thing from Another World (Hawks), etc...) so it's on a case by case basis, just ask.
- When a director whose filmography is in progress releases a new movie, you/I must delete the name until you've seen his new film.
- same goes for films that become available on a directors filmography (hopefully, it will be the case for Orson Welles' The Other Side of the Wind)

If you are unclear about what you need to watch for a specific director just ask.

Directors filmographies (These are IMDB lists, I've compiled based on availabilty. If you complete these you have officially finished a filmography):

Orson Welles: http://www.imdb.com/list/4GkHiqX-pEY/
David Lynch: http://www.imdb.com/list/zrFkX4GqW6I/?publish=publish
Alfred Hitchcock: http://www.imdb.com/list/KDgfgSmuUgk/?publish=publish
Anthony Mann: http://www.imdb.com/list/RuBQr0xtqrs/?publish=save
Jean-Luc Godard: http://www.imdb.com/list/xWAIpUoWk4w/?publish=publish
Yasujiro Ozu: http://www.imdb.com/list/6rNlF0usqrQ/?publish=publish
Howard Hawks: http://www.imdb.com/list/wE3ZH_-ESPI/?publish=publish

I will add more of these available films lists, but if you have one just post it and I will add it to this main post.

If you want to work on a director, post your progress here: Director's Challenge
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A Previous thread for this was a bit all over the place, so I decided to start a new one. Here are all the participants from the previous thread.

Participants:

allisoncm
Robert Bresson
Stanley Kubrick
Wes Anderson
Coen Brothers
Howard Hughes
Mike Leigh
Terrence Malick
Whit Stillman (all three of them :lol: )
Quentin Tarantino
François Truffaut
Jean Vigo
Woody Allen

ARUCARD
Quentin Tarantino
Christopher Nolan
Wes Anderson
Terrence Malick
Andrei Tarkovsky
Stanley Kubrick
Darren Aronofsky
Robert Bresson
Jean Vigo

bal3x
Stanley Kubrick
Sidney Lumet
Terrence Malick
Jean Vigo
Andrei Tarkovsky
Jean-Pierre Melville
Quentin Tarantino
Wes Anderson
Jacques Tati
Coen brothers
Christopher Nolan
Roman Polanski

Cronos
John Carpenter
Quentin Tarantino
Stanley Kubrick
Terrence Malick
Wes Anderson

Dolwphin
Jean Vigo

Kasparius
Woody Allen
Paul Thomas Anderson
Wes Anderson
James L. Brooks
Leos Carax
John Cassavetes
Coen Brothers
Jean-Luc Godard
Alfred Hitchcock
Howard Hughes
Sergio Leone
Terrence Malick
Elaine May
Yasujiro Ozu
Nicholas Ray
Martin Scorsese
Whit Stillman
Quentin Tarantino
Jacques Tati
François Truffaut
Jean Vigo
Orson Welles
Billy Wilder

mightysparks
Stanley Kubrick
Terrence Malick
Quentin Tarantino
Jean Vigo

mrbungle
Billy Wilder
P.T. Anderson
Wes Anderson
Joel Coen

Nuclearplanet
Woody Allen
Paul Thomas Anderson
Wes Anderson
Stanley Kubrick
Cohen Brothers
Quentin Tarantino

Rich
Bresson
Jean Vigo
Tarkovsky
Kubrick

Rohit
Wes Anderson
Christopher Nolan
Darren Aronofsky (I can't find some of the shorts)
Anurag Kashyap
Imtiaz Ali
Aditya Chopra
Jean Vigo

SeanMX
Wes Anderson
Stanley Kubrick
Terrence Malick

soitgoes
Tarkovsky
Kurosawa

tourdesb
Wes Anderson
Robert Bresson
Coen Brothers
Xavier Dolan
James Gray
Don Hertzfeldt
Terrence Malick
Christopher Nolan
Jean Vigo
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Kaspar, thanks for taking care of this, it will certainly encourage people to complete more filmographies. I think I can say I have completed Lumet's filmography, the only one I'm missing is the TV show "100 Centre Street" (2001) which I cannot get hold of... seen all the rest (47 titles in total).

Next up would be Polanski, with the following titles missing:
Les plus belles escroqueries du monde (1964) - available on KG
To Each His Own Cinema (2007)
Rower (1955) - any idea where to get this?
Carnage (2011)

Next would be Melville, with these 2 missing:
When You Read This Letter (1953)
Vingt-quatre heures de la vie d'un clown (1946)
I see these are available on KG.

Speaking of Malick is Lanton Mills (1969) short available anywhere? If not then it's completed.

With Tarkovsky, I have these missing:
Voyage in Time (1983) (TV)
The Steamroller and the Violin (1961)
There Will Be No Leave Today (1959)
Ubiytsy (1956)
Not sure if any of these are available online...

Looks like I've done Tarantino as well if we don't count these:
"ER: Motherhood (#1.24)" (1995)
"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Grave Danger: Volume 1 (#5.24)" (2005)
"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Grave Danger: Volume 2 (#5.25)" (2005)
My Best Friend's Birthday (1987) - this is on KG

Jean Vigo is also completed.

Wes Anderson, missing these 2 shorts:
Hotel Chevalier (2007)
Bottle Rocket (1994)

Coen brothers, missing these 2:
Paris, Je T'Aime (2006)
To Each His Own Cinema (2007)

Jacques Tati, missing 2:
Trafic (1971)
Parade (1974) (TV)
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bal3x on Nov 25 2011, 02:26:39 PM wrote:Speaking of Malick is Lanton Mills (1969) short available anywhere? If not then it's completed.
Just realised I've completed Malick too (if Lanton Mills isn't available). Well that's a disappointing one to have finished first :( Only one good film and that's pretty much entirely because of Martin Sheen.
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bal3x on Nov 25 2011, 02:26:39 PM wrote:Kaspar, thanks for taking care of this, it will certainly encourage people to complete more filmographies. I think I can say I have completed Lumet's filmography, the only one I'm missing is the TV show "100 Centre Street" (2001) which I cannot get hold of... seen all the rest (47 titles in total).

Next up would be Polanski, with the following titles missing:
Les plus belles escroqueries du monde (1964) - available on KG
To Each His Own Cinema (2007)
Rower (1955) - any idea where to get this?
Carnage (2011)

Next would be Melville, with these 2 missing:
When You Read This Letter (1953)
Vingt-quatre heures de la vie d'un clown (1946)
I see all these are available on KG.

Speaking of Malick is Lanton Mills (1969) short available anywhere? If not then it's completed.

With Tarkovsky, I have these missing:
Voyage in Time (1983) (TV)
The Steamroller and the Violin (1961)
There Will Be No Leave Today (1959)
Ubiytsy (1956)
Not sure if any of these are available online...

Looks like I've done Tarantino as well if we don't count these:
"ER: Motherhood (#1.24)" (1995)
"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Grave Danger: Volume 1 (#5.24)" (2005)
"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Grave Danger: Volume 2 (#5.25)" (2005)
My Best Friend's Birthday (1987) - this is on KG

Jean Vigo is also completed.

Wes Anderson, missing these 2 shorts:
Hotel Chevalier (2007)
Bottle Rocket (1994)

Coen brothers, missing these 2:
Paris, Je T'Aime (2006)
To Each His Own Cinema (2007)
You should try typing rapidshare or mega upload next to many of the titles. You won't have to use KG then. Birthday needs to be seen to complete Tarantino as well as Four Rooms. Tarokvsky films are all available. I just got journey through time on Rapidshare, it's the only one I haven't seen.
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The Malick short is not available.
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Kasparius on Nov 25 2011, 02:42:19 PM wrote:You should try typing rapidshare or mega upload next to many of the titles. You won't have to use KG then. Birthday needs to be seen to complete Tarantino as well as Four Rooms. Tarokvsky films are all available. I just got journey through time on Rapidshare, it's the only one I haven't seen.
Yeah, thanks, I use filestube for search, good stuff.
OK, will try to get get hold of the missing ones for the ones I listed.
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Kasparius on Nov 25 2011, 02:43:24 PM wrote:The Malick short is not available.
OK, then I think you can add Lumet, Malick and Vigo to my list.
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bal3x on Nov 25 2011, 02:48:31 PM wrote:
Kasparius on Nov 25 2011, 02:43:24 PM wrote:The Malick short is not available.
OK, then I think you can add Lumet, Malick and Vigo to my list.
Done.
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I've completed these ones :

Wes Anderson
Coen Brothers
Terrence Malick (except the short)
Jean Vigo
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Kasparius on Nov 25 2011, 03:21:54 PM wrote:
bal3x on Nov 25 2011, 02:48:31 PM wrote:
Kasparius on Nov 25 2011, 02:43:24 PM wrote:The Malick short is not available.
OK, then I think you can add Lumet, Malick and Vigo to my list.
Done.
Cheers!
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I should have seen all by Woody Allen now. Are there any "required" television episodes? I try to see anything he's involved with, but just asking.
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The only unavailable Woody is the Harvey Wallinger thing. If you've seen everything else you are set.
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Kasparius on Nov 25 2011, 06:34:46 PM wrote:The only unavailable Woody is the Harvey Wallinger thing. If you've seen everything else you are set.
Harvey Wallinger searching drives me crazy! Yes, I've seen everything else.
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I've completed:

Wes Anderson
Stanley Kubrick
Terrence Malick

I've never focused on a director's filmography before. Hopefully I can knock out some of the major players in the next few months.
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Added James Gray to my list.
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Added Kubrick to mine :)

And Tarantino.
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Added Hitchcock to mine.
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Added Orson Welles and Nicholas Ray
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I've completed:

Quentin Tarantino
Christopher Nolan
Wes Anderson
Terrence Malick
Andrei Tarkovsky
Stanley Kubrick

I've only got shorts left on Darren Aronofsky (one is available (fortune cookie) but I can't find the other shorts).
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ARUCARD on Dec 4 2011, 01:20:35 PM wrote:I've completed:

Quentin Tarantino
Christopher Nolan
Wes Anderson
Terrence Malick
Andrei Tarkovsky
Stanley Kubrick

I've only got shorts left on Darren Aronofsky (one is available (fortune cookie) but I can't find the other shorts).
Welcome, I've added the directors you completed.

For Aronofsky, you can consider him complete until that short becomes available.
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Kasparius on Dec 4 2011, 07:11:10 PM wrote:
ARUCARD on Dec 4 2011, 01:20:35 PM wrote:I've completed:

Quentin Tarantino
Christopher Nolan
Wes Anderson
Terrence Malick
Andrei Tarkovsky
Stanley Kubrick

I've only got shorts left on Darren Aronofsky (one is available (fortune cookie) but I can't find the other shorts).
Welcome, I've added the directors you completed.

For Aronofsky, you can consider him complete until that short becomes available.
Thanks! I've now seen two of his short films (found No Time on KG).
The other two can't be found anywhere, unless you're apparently an AFI student or something. So, basically done there :)
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Added James L. Brooks, I realized I had seen all his films.
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Added Robert Bresson on my list. Just finished him, interesting director to say the least.
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ARUCARD on Dec 10 2011, 11:26:13 PM wrote:Added Robert Bresson on my list. Just finished him, interesting director to say the least.
Definitely a director whose filmography is worth completing.
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Mike Leigh
Here's my ranked list:
http://mubi.com/lists/mike-leigh

and my top 5:
1. Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
2. Secrets & Lies (1996)
3. Life Is Sweet (1990)
4. All or Nothing (2002/I)
5. Grown-Ups (1980) TV episode"BBC2 Playhouse" (1 episode, 1980)
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Kaspar, could you please update my list:

Andrei Tarkovsky - done
Jean-Pierre Melville - done
Quentin Tarantino - done
Wes Anderson - done
Jacques Tati - done
Coen brothers - done
Christopher Nolan: done
Cinema16: British Short Films - I cannot find this set, but have seen Doodlebug (1997), I understand it's the only one Nolan did on that set.

I'm missing 3 films by Polanski:
Carnage (2011) - not yet out
To Each His Own Cinema (2007)
Rower (1955)
Are these two available anywhere? If not then Polanski is also done.
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Seen everything by Catherine Breillat, BTW. Not sure if:

La Fidélité (short) (music video)
Si je reste (un peu) (short)
À propos de Nice, la suite (segment "Aux Niçois qui mal y pensent")
are available. If so, you don't have to put me down for completion.
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allisoncm on Dec 13 2011, 06:55:02 PM wrote:Seen everything by Catherine Breillat, BTW. Not sure if:

La Fidélité (short) (music video)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h1jItTL4xo

Si je reste (un peu)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2OfbfKlCqc

À propos de Nice, la suite is probably available too.
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PeacefulAnarchy on Dec 13 2011, 07:19:12 PM wrote:
allisoncm on Dec 13 2011, 06:55:02 PM wrote:Seen everything by Catherine Breillat, BTW. Not sure if:

La Fidélité (short) (music video)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h1jItTL4xo

Si je reste (un peu)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2OfbfKlCqc

À propos de Nice, la suite is probably available too.
Thanks. I'll watch these and check about the other one and get back to you guys. :thumbsup:
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bal3x on Dec 13 2011, 05:58:26 PM wrote:Kaspar, could you please update my list:

Andrei Tarkovsky - done
Jean-Pierre Melville - done
Quentin Tarantino - done
Wes Anderson - done
Jacques Tati - done
Coen brothers - done
Christopher Nolan: done
Cinema16: British Short Films - I cannot find this set, but have seen Doodlebug (1997), I understand it's the only one Nolan did on that set.

I'm missing 3 films by Polanski:
Carnage (2011) - not yet out
To Each His Own Cinema (2007)
Rower (1955)
Are these two available anywhere? If not then Polanski is also done.
To Each His Own Cinema is available, it's also great because it gets you a head start on a bunch of filmmakers.
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Kasparius on Dec 13 2011, 11:10:16 PM wrote:
bal3x on Dec 13 2011, 05:58:26 PM wrote:Kaspar, could you please update my list:

Andrei Tarkovsky - done
Jean-Pierre Melville - done
Quentin Tarantino - done
Wes Anderson - done
Jacques Tati - done
Coen brothers - done
Christopher Nolan: done
Cinema16: British Short Films - I cannot find this set, but have seen Doodlebug (1997), I understand it's the only one Nolan did on that set.

I'm missing 3 films by Polanski:
Carnage (2011) - not yet out
To Each His Own Cinema (2007)
Rower (1955)
Are these two available anywhere? If not then Polanski is also done.
To Each His Own Cinema is available, it's also great because it gets you a head start on a bunch of filmmakers.
Many thanks! I found it on KG.
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allisoncm on Dec 13 2011, 07:39:36 PM wrote:
PeacefulAnarchy on Dec 13 2011, 07:19:12 PM wrote:
allisoncm on Dec 13 2011, 06:55:02 PM wrote:Seen everything by Catherine Breillat, BTW. Not sure if:

La Fidélité (short) (music video)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h1jItTL4xo

Si je reste (un peu)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2OfbfKlCqc

À propos de Nice, la suite is probably available too.
Thanks. I'll watch these and check about the other one and get back to you guys. :thumbsup:
Saw the music videos. I am a big French music fan, so I was already familiar with Elodie Frege. ;) The videos were pretty racy. Of course that's to be expected from Ms. Breillat. But that's okay. Now for À propos de Nice, la suite so I can finish her darn filmography already (before she releases another movie or something)!

BTW, I follow her on FB and she put up a brooch that Roxanne Mesquida wore in The Last Mistress for auction on Ebay. Starting at 150 Euros and the minimum price was 300 Euros (for it to sell). The brooch looked comparatively cheap, and I'm relatively low on cash, so I passed. :P
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allisoncm on Dec 14 2011, 10:47:59 PM wrote: BTW, I follow her on FB and she put up a brooch that Roxanne Mesquida wore in The Last Mistress for auction on Ebay. Starting at 150 Euros and the minimum price was 300 Euros (for it to sell). The brooch looked comparatively cheap, and I'm relatively low on cash, so I passed. :P
I could only expect something that cheap from Breillat (selling stuff on ebay is really low, even for her.)

Probably one of my very least favorite directors of all times. Although she did write the script for Police which I love.
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Kasparius on Dec 14 2011, 10:52:23 PM wrote:
allisoncm on Dec 14 2011, 10:47:59 PM wrote: BTW, I follow her on FB and she put up a brooch that Roxanne Mesquida wore in The Last Mistress for auction on Ebay. Starting at 150 Euros and the minimum price was 300 Euros (for it to sell). The brooch looked comparatively cheap, and I'm relatively low on cash, so I passed. :P
I could only expect something that cheap from Breillat (selling stuff on ebay is really low, even for her.)

Probably one of my very least favorite directors of all times. Although she did write the script for Police which I love.
I think she believe Pialat botched her script/vision, so she made her own version of the movie: Dirty Like an Angel. Have you seen that one?
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allisoncm on Dec 15 2011, 03:57:01 AM wrote:
Kasparius on Dec 14 2011, 10:52:23 PM wrote:
allisoncm on Dec 14 2011, 10:47:59 PM wrote: BTW, I follow her on FB and she put up a brooch that Roxanne Mesquida wore in The Last Mistress for auction on Ebay. Starting at 150 Euros and the minimum price was 300 Euros (for it to sell). The brooch looked comparatively cheap, and I'm relatively low on cash, so I passed. :P
I could only expect something that cheap from Breillat (selling stuff on ebay is really low, even for her.)

Probably one of my very least favorite directors of all times. Although she did write the script for Police which I love.
I think she believe Pialat botched her script/vision, so she made her own version of the movie: Dirty Like an Angel. Have you seen that one?
No, but I can only imagine that I will hate it. I bet Maurice salvaged whatever twisted notion she had for the film.
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I thought her version was pretty decent. Even though I like Sandrine Bonnaire, I like Breillat's Dirty Like an Angel better. I guess I'm just not a fan of Police, though. Dirty Like an Angel is definitely no masterpiece, though.
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Kaspar, you can add Polanski to my list. Thanks!
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Done.
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Yeah, I've totally seen everything by François Truffaut.
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