Finally, the race to the Oscars 2015 is coming closer. Time before the nominations for all the categories are announced, we have picked up the list of directors who can be the contenders for their brilliance that was shown on-screen.
Some of the expected as well as unexpected directors in Hollywood have been getting accolades for their brilliance off the camera. Actress turned Director, Angelina Jolie has recently expressed her surprise after seeing the success of her new release, Unbroken.
'Unbroken' is the story of real-life hero Louis Zamperini, an American World War II soldier who spent 47 days drifting on a raft in the ocean before being captured as a POW by Japanese forces. The movie is creating a lot of buzz for Oscar 2015 nominations for Best Picture and Best Director.
From Angelina Jolie for Unbroken to James Marsh for The Theory of Everything, we have with much difficulty picked up the list of directors who with their appreciative work deserve to get nominated in Oscar 2015's Best Director category.
Angelina Jolie for Unbroken
Angelina Jolie might land her first Oscar nomination for Best Director as her latest release, Unbroken is creating Oscar buzz for her.
James Marsh for The Theory of Everything
Based on the physicist Stephen Hawking, this biopic has created a lot of Oscar buzz for several categories like Best Director, Actor, Best Actress, Best Movie to name a few.
Morten Tyldum for The Imitation Game
The Imitation Game is getting a lot of accolades in different sectors. Be it for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress or Best Director to name a few, The Imitation Game has been making news for all the good reasons.
Richard Linklater for Boyhood
The director is getting many accolades for capturing the life for 12 years to bring something unique on-screen in his coming-of-age tale film.It's also the best-reviewed movie of the year.
Bennett Miller for Foxcatcher
This biopic starring Steve Carell, Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo is also garnering a lot of Oscar buzz for several categories.
Christopher Nolan for Interstellar
Although the movie did not qualify much for Oscars this time, the visual effects and direction surely deserves an Oscar nomination pay!
Clint Eastwood for American Sniper
Clint is back after his 2006's hit, "Letters from Iwo Jima." Based on the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history, Chris Kyle, the Bradley Cooper starrer film has been creating a buzz for the director as his comeback film!
Daniel Barnz for Cake
Cake was premiered at Toronto Film Festival and since then the movie has been in the news for all the good reasons. Daniel is being considered for the nominations by everyone already!
Jean-Marc Vallée for Wild
Reese Witherspoon starrer Wild is based on the real-life story of Cheryl Strayed who set off on a 1,100-mile hike. The movie is gathering a lot of attention for the performances.