Akira Kurosawa

5 Nominations
Master Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa

Akira Kurosawa (born in Tokyo, Japan, March 23, 1910, died September 6, 1998) is the master filmmaker who directed Japanese films like Rashomon (1950), Seven Samurai (1954), Throne of Blood (1957), The Hidden Fortress (1958), Yojimbo (1961), High and Low (1963). Sixteen of his movies starred Toshiro Mifune, from Drunken Angel (1948) to Red Beard (1965). Later he directed Kagemusha (Shadow Warrior, 1980), Ran (1985), Dreams (1990) with Martin Scorsese playing Vincent Van Gogh, Rhapsody in August (1991).

Read Kurosawa's Autobiography: Something Like An Autobiography", by Jean-Paul Chaillet.

Lee en español Kurosawa: Autobiografia (o algo parecido), por Jean-Paul Chaillet y Paz Mata.

Golden Globe Awards

Awards Database

1991 Nominee

1991 Nominee

Best Picture – Non-English Language (formerly Foreign Language)
Akira Kurosawa's Dreams

1986 Nominee

1986 Nominee

Best Picture – Non-English Language (formerly Foreign Language)
Ran

1981 Nominee

1981 Nominee

Best Picture – Non-English Language (formerly Foreign Language)
Kagemusha (The Shadow Warrior)

1966 Nominee

1966 Nominee

Foreign Film - Foreign Language
Red Beard

1964 Nominee

1964 Nominee

Foreign Film - Foreign Language
High And Low