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Since I made my list, there have been a few changes in numbers, but the only significant one is Peter Jackson having cracked the 10 movie threshold:

Alfred Hitchcock - 31
Steven Spielberg - 18
Woody Allen - 16
Martin Scorcese - 15
Coen Brothers - 14
Ridley Scott - 14
Clint Eastwood - 13
Tony Scott - 12
Anthony Mann - 11
John Carpenter - 11
Harald Reinl - 11
Fritz Lang - 11 (counting Die Nibelungen as two movies and having struck two movies from the list, which I am not sure about having seen)
Roman Polanski - 10
John Huston - 10
Tim Burton - 10
Oliver Stone - 10
Brian de Palma - 10
Richard Donner - 10
Stanley Kubrick - 10
John Woo - 10
Peter Jackson - 10 (counting The Lord of the Rings as three separate movies)

Notable mentions:

9 movies
Michael Mann, Howard Hawks, Werner Herzog, Billy Wilder, Wolfgang Petersen

8 movies
Michael Bay, Sam Raimi, David Fincher, Francis Ford Coppola, Robert Zemeckis, George A. Romero, Terry Gilliam (not counting the Python Films), John McTiernan, Roland Emmerich, Peter Hyams, Blake Edwards


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This list is still incomplete regarding directors. I know I have a lot of catching up to do before I can call myself a true film buff (or is it connaisseur?).

Anyway, here is my first list (more complete soon to come). I took the liberty including four important directors of which I watched less than 10 movies (this thread helped me find my weak spots and do something about it - thanks Jimmy K. !):

Here we go - I only included movies (theatrical releases only) which I really saw at least once with full attention all the way through:

A. Hitchcock (25): The Lady Vanishes, Rebecca, Suspicion, Shadow of a Doubt, Lifeboat, Spellbound, Notorious, Rope, Strangers on a Train, I Confess, Dial M for Murder, Rear Window, To Catch a Thief, The Trouble with Harry, The Man who knew too Much, The Wrong Man, Vertigo, North by Northwest, Psycho, The Birds, Marnie, Torn Curtain, Topaz, Frenzy, Family Plot.

S. Spielberg (21): The Sugarland Express, Jaws, Close Encounters, 1941, Raiders, Indy 2, Indy 3, E.T., Empire of the Sun, Always, Hook, Jurassic Park, War of the Worlds, Munich, Schindler's List, Saving Private Ryan, A.I., Minority Report, Indy 4, Adventures of TinTin.

Ridley Scott (12): Alien, Blade Runner (all versions), Legend, Black Rain, Thelma and Louise, 1492 Conquest..., Gladiator, Hannibal, Black Hawk Down, Matchstick Men, Kingdom of Heaven, Prometheus.

Clint Eastwood (12): Bronco Billy, Honkytonk Man, Sudden Impact, Pale Rider, Unforgiven, A Perfect World, The Bridges of Madison County, Space Cowboys, Mystic River, Million Dollar baby, Flags of our Fathers, Gran Torino.,

M. Scorsese (11): Taxi Driver, New York New York, The Color of Money, Cape Fear, Goodfellas, Casino, Gangs of New York, The Aviator, The Departed, Shutter Island, Hugo.

Brian DePalma (11): Sisters, Obsession, Carrie, Dressed to Kill, Blow Out, The Untouchables, Casualties of War, Mission: Impossible, Snake Eyes, Mission to Mars, The Black Dahlia.

Robert Zemeckis (10): Romancing the Stone, Back to the Future, W. F. Roger Rabbit, Back TTF 2, Back TTF 3, Death becomes her, Forrest Gump, Contact, Cast Away, The Polar Express.

Ron Howard (10): Night Shift, Splash, Cocoon, Willow, Parenthood, Backdraft, Far and Away, Apollo 13, Ransom, The DaVinci Code.
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Mel Brooks (9): The Producers, The Twelve Chairs, Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, Silent Movie, High Anxiety, History of the World, Spaceballs, Robin Hood - Men in Tights.

Stanley Kubrick (9): Lolita, Spartacus, Dr. Strangelove, 2001…, A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket, Eyes Wide Shut.

Fr. Ford Coppola (9): The Godfather, The Godfather II, Apocalypse Now, The Cotton Club, Peggy Sue got Married, Gardens of Stone, Tucker, The Godfather III, Dracula.

Woody Allen (6): Bananas, Everything you always wanted...:, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Sweet and Lowdown, Match Point, Midnight in Paris.


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This list is still incomplete regarding directors. I know I have a lot of catching up to do before I can call myself a true film buff (or is it connaisseur?).

Anyway, here is my first list (more complete soon to come). I took the liberty including four important directors of which I watched less than 10 movies (this thread helped me find my weak spots and do something about it - thanks Jimmy K. !):

Here we go - I only included movies (theatrical releases only) which I really saw at least once with full attention all the way through:

A. Hitchcock (25): The Lady Vanishes, Rebecca, Suspicion, Shadow of a Doubt, Lifeboat, Spellbound, Notorious, Rope, Strangers on a Train, I Confess, Dial M for Murder, Rear Window, To Catch a Thief, The Trouble with Harry, The Man who knew too Much, The Wrong Man, Vertigo, North by Northwest, Psycho, The Birds, Marnie, Torn Curtain, Topaz, Frenzy, Family Plot.

S. Spielberg (21): The Sugarland Express, Jaws, Close Encounters, 1941, Raiders, Indy 2, Indy 3, E.T., Empire of the Sun, Always, Hook, Jurassic Park, War of the Worlds, Munich, Schindler's List, Saving Private Ryan, A.I., Minority Report, Indy 4, Adventures of TinTin.

Ridley Scott (12): Alien, Blade Runner (all versions), Legend, Black Rain, Thelma and Louise, 1492 Conquest..., Gladiator, Hannibal, Black Hawk Down, Matchstick Men, Kingdom of Heaven, Prometheus.

Clint Eastwood (12): Bronco Billy, Honkytonk Man, Sudden Impact, Pale Rider, Unforgiven, A Perfect World, The Bridges of Madison County, Space Cowboys, Mystic River, Million Dollar baby, Flags of our Fathers, Gran Torino.,

M. Scorsese (11): Taxi Driver, New York New York, The Color of Money, Cape Fear, Goodfellas, Casino, Gangs of New York, The Aviator, The Departed, Shutter Island, Hugo.

Brian DePalma (11): Sisters, Obsession, Carrie, Dressed to Kill, Blow Out, The Untouchables, Casualties of War, Mission: Impossible, Snake Eyes, Mission to Mars, The Black Dahlia.

Robert Zemeckis (10): Romancing the Stone, Back to the Future, W. F. Roger Rabbit, Back TTF 2, Back TTF 3, Death becomes her, Forrest Gump, Contact, Cast Away, The Polar Express.

Ron Howard (10): Night Shift, Splash, Cocoon, Willow, Parenthood, Backdraft, Far and Away, Apollo 13, Ransom, The DaVinci Code.
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Mel Brooks (9): The Producers, The Twelve Chairs, Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, Silent Movie, High Anxiety, History of the World, Spaceballs, Robin Hood - Men in Tights.

Stanley Kubrick (9): Lolita, Spartacus, Dr. Strangelove, 2001…, A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket, Eyes Wide Shut.

Fr. Ford Coppola (9): The Godfather, The Godfather II, Apocalypse Now, The Cotton Club, Peggy Sue got Married, Gardens of Stone, Tucker, The Godfather III, Dracula.

Woody Allen (6): Bananas, Everything you always wanted...:, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Sweet and Lowdown, Match Point, Midnight in Paris.


Glad to hear it's motivating you. Meanwhile I was forced to realize, on account of this list, that I had seen NINE films by Chris Columbus

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Lang's caught up with Scorsese with 15 each, thanks to Fury and the Joan Bennett Film Festival (Man Hunt, The Woman in the Window and Scarlet Street). Her fourth Lang. The Secret Beyond the Door, is hard to find and apparently not as good.

Hitchcock's next in sight with 18, but I may have to check out Sabotage so I can stop confusing it with Saboteur.

EDIT: And now Lang's passed Scorsese.

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Updated below

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Bringing it up to date
23 Steven Spielberg (24 if you count Duel)

Considering "Duel" did get a theatrical release in parts of Europe, I'd say it definitely counts.


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That's a rather academic distinction if you ask me.

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That's a rather academic distinction if you ask me.


Duel's a movie as far as I'm concerned.

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The Secret Beyond the Door, is hard to find and apparently not as good.


you can watch it here

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wq4-fMo08lk


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Thief12 wrote:
Steven Spielberg (18)
Martin Scorsese (10)
Clint Eastwood (10)
Coen Bros. (10)
Oliver Stone (10)
Steven Soderbergh (10)
Richard Donner (10)

A lot of 9's and 8's, but more than 10? just those, that I can think of.


Well, I've watched several Hitchcock's, so that bumps him into the 10+ group for me.

Alfred Hitchcock (12): The Lodger, The Ring, Easy Virtue, The Manxman, Suspicion, Rope, Strangers on a Train, Dial M for Murder, Rear Window, Vertigo, Psycho, The Birds

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Well, I've watched several Hitchcock's, so that bumps him into the 10+ group for me.


We don't abuse apostrophes around these parts, pardner

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Some time has passed since I last posted in this thread. The numbers have changed a little again:

Alfred Hitchcock - 31
Steven Spielberg - 18
Woody Allen - 16
Martin Scorsese - 16
Coen Brothers - 14
Ridley Scott - 14
Tony Scott - 14
Clint Eastwood - 13
Anthony Mann - 11
John Carpenter - 11
Harald Reinl - 11
Fritz Lang - 11 (counting Die Nibelungen as two movies)
Oliver Stone - 11
Roman Polanski - 10
John Huston - 10
Tim Burton - 10
Brian de Palma - 10
Richard Donner - 10
Stanley Kubrick - 10
John Woo - 10
Peter Jackson - 10 (counting The Lord of the Rings as three movies)
Sam Raimi - 10

Notable mentions:

9 movies
Michael Mann, Howard Hawks, Werner Herzog, Billy Wilder, Wolfgang Petersen

8 movies
Michael Bay, David Fincher, Francis Ford Coppola, Robert Zemeckis, George A. Romero, Terry Gilliam (not counting the Python Films), John McTiernan, Roland Emmerich, Peter Hyams, Blake Edwards, Quentin Tarantino (counting Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2 as two movies), David Lynch, Wong Kar-Wai


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Update...

Steven Spielberg (20)
Alfred Hitchcock (19)
Martin Scorsese (12)
Steven Soderbergh (11)
Richard Donner (11)
Clint Eastwood (10)
Coen Bros. (10)
Robert Zemeckis (10)
Oliver Stone (10)
David Fincher (9)
Ridley Scott (9)
Stanley Kubrick (8)
Roland Emmerich (8)
Tim Burton (8)
Tony Scott (8)
Wolfgang Peterson (8)
Francis Ford Coppola (7)
James Cameron (7)
Peter Jackson (7)
Renny Harlin (7)
Tom Shadyac (7)
Wes Craven (7)
Barry Levinson (6)

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Thief12 wrote:
Update...

Steven Spielberg (20)
Alfred Hitchcock (19)
Martin Scorsese (12)
Steven Soderbergh (11)
Richard Donner (11)
Clint Eastwood (10)
Coen Bros. (10)
Robert Zemeckis (10)
Oliver Stone (10)


Fixed that for you

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Bringing it up to date
23 Steven Spielberg (24 if you count Duel)
23 Woody Allen (including What's Up Tiger Lily?)
20 Alfred Hitchcock
19 Fritz Lang (counting "Die Niebelungen" as two movies)
17 Martin Scorsese (counting "No Direction Home")
13 Joel & Ethan Coen (+.05 for their section of Paris Je T'Aime)
Tim Burton
Blake Edwards
Clint Eastwood
Akira Kurosawa
Ridley Scott
Robert Zemeckis
12 Howard Hawks
Buster Keaton
Ernst Lubitsch
11 George Cukor
Ron Howard
Hayao Miyazaki
Yasujiro Ozu
10 John Ford
F. W. Murnau
Herbert Ross
William Wellman
Billy Wilder

The new addition is Ozu, thanks to the Criterion Collection and Hulu, which have a lot of silent Ozus.
The eleven are Walk Cheerfully (1930), Tokyo Chorus (1931), I Was Born But..(1932), Passing Fancy (1933), An Inn in Tokyo (1935) (all silents), and Brothers and Sisters of the Toda Family (1941), There Was A Father (1942), Late Spring (1949), Early Summer (1951), Tokyo Story (1953) and Floating Weeds (1959). My favorite is Early Summer, but Late Spring, There Was a Father and Tokyo Story are also masterpieces, and An Inn in Tokyo comes close.

Hitchcock moves past Lang again thanks to Foreign Correspondent, and Eastwood moves up one thanks to American Sniper.

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I'll update my list as well:

Robert Altman (38 - everything from "Countdown" onward, including "Tanner '88" and "Tanner on Tanner")
Alfred Hitchcock (32)
Woody Allen (31 - including "What's Up, Tiger Lily?" and "New York Stories")
Martin Scorsese (30 - everything; including "New York Stories" and his made-for-TV documentaries)
Steven Spielberg (27 - everything except "Always")
Ingmar Bergman (26)
David Cronenberg (18 - everything except "Shivers" and "Rabid")
Steven Soderbergh (18)
Roman Polanski (17 - everything except "What?," "Pirates" and "The Ninth Gate")
Tim Burton (17 - everything)
Jean-Luc Godard (17)
Joel & Ethan Coen (16 - everything)
François Truffaut (16)
Richard Lester (16)
Michael Powell (15)
Richard Linklater (15 - everything except "SubUrbia" and "Bad News Bears")
Alan Rudolph (15)
Francis Ford Coppola (15 - including "New York Stories")
Sidney Lumet (15)
Peter Weir (14 - everything)
Michael Winterbottom (14)
Stanley Kubrick (13 - everything)
Luis Buñuel (13)
David Lean (13)
Terry Gilliam (13 - everything; including "Monty Python's The Meaning of Life" [he directed the 'Crimson Permanent Assurance' segment])
Atom Egoyan (13 - everything except "The Captive")
Ridley Scott (13)
Billy Wilder (12)
Federico Fellini (12)
Orson Welles (12 - including "Don Quixote" and "It's All True"; everything except "Chimes at Midnight' and "The Immortal Story")
John Schlesinger (12)
Mike Nichols (12)
John Huston (12 - including "Casino Royale" [1967])
Gus Van Sant (12 - everything except "Psycho," "Finding Forrester" and "Last Days")
George Roy Hill (12)
John Cassavetes (11 - everything except "A Child Is Waiting")
Jim Jarmusch (11 - everything)
Paul Mazursky (11)
Robert Zemeckis (11)
Blake Edwards (11)
Robert Benton (11 - everything)
Herbert Ross (11)
Guy Maddin (10 - everything)
David Lynch (10 - if the Twin Peaks pilot counts; everything except "Dune")
Michelangelo Antonioni (10 - if "Beyond the Clouds" counts)
Arthur Penn (10)
Barry Levinson (10)
Ron Howard (10)
Peter Yates (10)
Mel Brooks (10)
NEW ADDITION - Peter Jackson (10 - including "Forgotten Silver" and counting each Middle-Earth film as one)


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H.I. McDonough wrote:
I'll update my list as well:

Robert Altman (38 - everything from "Countdown" onward, including "Tanner '88" and "Tanner on Tanner")
Alfred Hitchcock (32)
Woody Allen (31 - including "What's Up, Tiger Lily?" and "New York Stories")
Martin Scorsese (30 - everything; including "New York Stories" and his made-for-TV documentaries)
Steven Spielberg (27 - everything except "Always")
Ingmar Bergman (26)
David Cronenberg (18 - everything except "Shivers" and "Rabid")
Steven Soderbergh (18)
Jean-Luc Godard (17)
Roman Polanski (17 - everything except "What?," "Pirates" and "The Ninth Gate")
Tim Burton (17 - everything)
Jean-Luc Godard (17)
Joel & Ethan Coen (16 - everything)
François Truffaut (16)
Richard Lester (16)
Michael Powell (15)
Richard Linklater (15 - everything except "SubUrbia" and "Bad News Bears")
Alan Rudolph (15)
Francis Ford Coppola (15 - including "New York Stories")
Sidney Lumet (15)
Michael Winterbottom (14)
Stanley Kubrick (13 - everything)
Luis Buñuel (13)
Peter Weir (13 - everything except "Fearless")
David Lean (13)
Terry Gilliam (13 - everything; including "Monty Python's The Meaning of Life" [he directed the 'Crimson Permanent Assurance' segment])
Atom Egoyan (13 - everything except "The Captive")
Ridley Scott (13)
Billy Wilder (12)
Federico Fellini (12)
Orson Welles (12 - including "Don Quixote" and "It's All True"; everything except "Chimes at Midnight' and "The Immortal Story")
John Schlesinger (12)
John Huston (12 - including "Casino Royale" [1967])
Gus Van Sant (12 - everything except "Psycho," "Finding Forrester" and "Last Days")
George Roy Hill (12)
John Cassavetes (11 - everything except "A Child Is Waiting")
Jim Jarmusch (11 - everything)
Paul Mazursky (11)
Robert Zemeckis (11)
Blake Edwards (11)
Robert Benton (11 - everything)
Herbert Ross (11)
Guy Maddin (10 - everything)
David Lynch (10 - if the Twin Peaks pilot counts; everything except "Dune")
Michelangelo Antonioni (10 - if "Beyond the Clouds" counts)
Arthur Penn (10)
Barry Levinson (10)
Ron Howard (10)
Peter Yates (10)
Mel Brooks (10)
NEW ADDITION - Peter Jackson (10 - including "Forgotten Silver" and counting each Middle-Earth film as one)


Man you like your Altman. This means you presumably suffered through his wilderness years. Hats off

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Man you like your Altman. This means you presumably suffered through his wilderness years. Hats off

No suffering here; I like 'em all. :P Obviously, some are less impressive than others; I'm not that big on "Countdown;" "Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean;" "Fool for Love;" "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial;" or "The Gingerbread Man."


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My update. Woody finally passed Hitch.

Woody Allen: 33
What’s Up Tiger Lily?, Take the Money and Run, Bananas, Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Sex*, Sleeper, Love and Death, Annie Hall, Interiors, Manhattan, Zelig, Broadway Danny Rose, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Hannah and Her Sisters, Radio Days, September, Another Woman, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Shadows and Fog, Husbands and Wives, Manhattan Murder Mystery, Bullets Over Broadway, Mighty Aphrodite, Everyone Says I Love You, Deconstructing Harry, Match Point, Scoop, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Whatever Works, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, Midnight in Paris, To Rome with Love, Blue Jasmine, Magic in the Moonlight
Alfred Hitchcock: 32
Number 17, The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934), The 39 Steps, Sabotage, Young and Innocent, The Lady Vanishes, Rebecca, Foreign Correspondent, Suspicion, Saboteur, Shadow of a Doubt, Lifeboat, Spellbound, Notorious, The Paradine Case, Rope, Stage Fright, Strangers on a Train, I Confess, Dial M for Murder, Rear Window, To Catch a Thief, The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956), The Wrong Man, Vertigo, North by Northwest, Psycho, The Birds, Marnie, Torn Curtain, Topaz, Frenzy
Steven Spielberg: 23
Duel (TV), Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Raiders of the Lost Ark, E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Empire of the Sun, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Hook, Jurassic Park, Schindler’s List, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Amistad, Saving Private Ryan, A.I.: Artificial Intelligence, Minority Report, Catch Me If You Can, War of the Worlds, Munich, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, The Adventures of Tintin, War Horse, Lincoln
Martin Scorsese: 17
Mean Streets, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, After Hours, The Color of Money, Goodfellas, Cape Fear, The Age of Innocence, Casino, Bringing Out the Dead, Gangs of New York, The Aviator, The Departed, Shutter Island, Hugo, The Wolf of Wall Street
Steven Soderbergh: 16
Sex Lies and Videotape, King of the Hill, Out of Sight, The Limey, Erin Brockovich, Traffic, Ocean’s Eleven, Ocean’s Twelve, Bubble, Ocean’s Thirteen, The Girlfriend Experience, The Informant!, Contagion, Haywire, Magic Mike, Side Effects
Oliver Stone: 16
Salvador, Platoon, Wall Street, Talk Radio, Born on the Fourth of July, The Doors, JFK, Natural Born Killers, Nixon, U Turn, Any Given Sunday, Alexander, World Trade Center, W., Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Savages
Clint Eastwood: 16
Play Misty for Me, The Eiger Sanction, The Outlaw Josey Wales, The Gauntlet, Firefox, Sudden Impact, Heartbreak Ridge, Unforgiven, Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby, Flags of our Fathers, Letters from Iwo Jima, Changeling, Gran Torino, Invictus, American Sniper
Brian DePalma: 15
Sisters, Carrie, Dressed to Kill, Blow Out, Scarface, Body Double, The Untouchables, Casualties of War, The Bonfire of the Vanities, Carlito’s Way, Mission: Impossible, Snake Eyes, Femme Fatale, The Black Dahlia, Passion
Joel Schumaker: 13
St. Elmo’s Fire, The Lost Boys, Falling Down, The Client, Batman Forever, A Time to Kill, Batman and Robin, 8MM, Tigerland, Phone Booth, Veronica Guerin, The Phantom of the Opera, The Number 23
Joel/Ethan Coen: 13
Blood Simple., Raising Arizona, Miller's Crossing, The Hudsucker Proxy, Fargo, The Big Lebowski, O Brother Where Art Thou?, The Man Who Wasn’t There, No Country For Old Men, Burn After Reading, A Serious Man, True Grit, Inside Llewyn Davis
Barry Levinson: 13
Diner, The Natural, Good Morning Vietnam, Rain Man, Avalon, Bugsy, Disclosure, Sleepers, Wag the Dog, Sphere, Man of the Year, What Just Happened, The Bay
John Huston: 13
The Maltese Falcon, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, Key Largo, The Asphalt Jungle, The Red Badge of Courage, The African Queen, Heaven Knows Mr. Allison, Reflections in a Golden Eye, Fat City, The Man Who Would Be King, Annie, Prizzi’s Honor, The Dead
Ridley Scott: 12
Alien, Blade Runner, Legend, Thelma & Louise, White Squall, G.I. Jane, Gladiator, Hannibal, Black Hawk Down, Matchstick Men, Kingdom of Heaven, Prometheus
Sidney Lumet: 11
12 Angry Men, Fail-Safe, The Hill, Murder on the Orient Express, Dog Day Afternoon, Network, Prince of the City, Deathtrap, The Verdict, Running on Empty, Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead
Richard Linklater: 11
Dazed and Confused, Before Sunrise, Waking Life, Tape, The School of Rock, Before Sunset, A Scanner Darkly, Me and Orson Welles, Bernie, Before Midnight, Boyhood
Mike Nichols: 10
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Graduate, Carnal Knowledge, Biloxi Blues, Working Girl, The Birdcage, Primary Colors, Wit (TV), Closer, Charlie Wilson’s War
David Cronenberg: 10
Shivers, The Brood, Scanners, Videodrome, The Dead Zone, The Fly, Existenz, Spider, A History of Violence, Eastern Promises
Stanley Kubrick: 10
Killer’s Kiss, The Killing, Paths of Glory, Spartacus, Lolita, Dr Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket
Ingmar Bergman: 10
The Seventh Seal, Wild Strawberries, The Virgin Spring, Persona, Hour of the Wolf, Cries & Whispers, Scenes from a Marriage, Autumn Sonata, Fanny and Alexander, Saraband (TV)
Francois Ozon: 10
See the Sea, Criminal Lovers, Water Drops on Burning Rocks, Under the Sand, 8 Women, Swimming Pool, 5x2, Time to Leave, Potiche, In the House
David Fincher: 10
Alien 3, Se7en, The Game, Fight Club, Panic Room, Zodiac, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Gone Girl

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