Martin Scorsese
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Film Director

Given the long list of classics crafted by Scorsese — whose name is synonymous with filmmaking — it’s hard to believe he has only one Oscar (for directing 2006’s “The Departed”). Perhaps that will change with his critically-lauded Netflix feature “The Irishman,” which reunites him with Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci (along with “Godfather” star Al Pacino) and the gangster milieu they explored in “Goodfellas” and “Casino.” Academy voters are likely to be less kind to Netflix’s “Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese,” a mischievous doc about the singer’s legendary 1975 tour that purposefully plays fast and loose with the facts. Scorsese has also shot an untitled docudrama for the streamer starring De Niro, Sharon Stone and Meryl Streep.




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Rodrigo Prieto on 'The Irishman': 'I Can't Imagine Saying No to Martin Scorsese'

Rodrigo Prieto on 'The Irishman': 'I Can't Imagine Saying No to Martin Scorsese'

To say that two-time Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto is in demand would be an understatement. Prieto has been a frequent collaborator with directors Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Ang Lee, Julie Taymor and Oliver Stone and has worked with Curtis Hanson, Cameron Crowe and Pedro Almodóvar. He has shot Martin Scorsese’s past three films: “The Wolf of Wall Street,” “Silence” (earning an Oscar nom) and this year’s “The Irishman.” He talked with Variety about the demands and rewards of shooting the...


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