January 22, 2011 by Post Team
Kill Bill, American director Quentin Tarantino is a special honor from the French film industry. The organizers of Caesar, the equivalent of the Oscars, “said Tarantino would receive a trophy for being a” great international artist “at the annual ceremony in Paris next month. The 47 year old filmmaker has made his mark with very violent films, including Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill”et death Proof.Reservoir dogs, which became a cult hit and launched the careers of Tarantino caught the critics’ award at the International Film Festival in Toronto in 1992.
Tarantino is the mastermind behind 2009′s Inglourious Basterds, Brad Pitt, Eli Roth and Christoph Walz, who won a best supporting Oscar for his role as a Nazi officer. Born in Knoxville, Tennessee, the scriptwriter and director received a scenario (Reservoir Dogs) Oscar, a BAFTA (British price of the film industry) and a Golden Globe during his career.
In 1994, Pulp Fiction was nominated for Best Foreign Film at Caesars. The Caesar will be presented Feb. 25, with Jodie Foster as the host. Leading the pack is Of Gods and Men with 11 nominations, including film of the year. The film is based on the true story of a group of Trappist monks in Algerian village threatened by terrorists.
American filmmaker Quentin Tarantino will be presented with a special award at the ceremony of Caesar in Paris.
Best known for films like Kill Bill, Tarantino is honored as “a great international artist,” reports the BBC.
Algerian film gods and men will be the main competitor to the equivalent of France to the Oscars – he leads all nominations with 11, including one for best film. He is competing against Roman Polanski The Ghost, which received eight nominations. U.S. actress Jodie Foster will chair the annual award on February
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