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Anthony Minghella

Anthony Minghella, CBE (6 January 1954 - 18 March 2008) was an English film director, playwright and screenwriter.

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THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY is one of my favorite films of all time. That is indelibly an Anthony Ming…
Say it isn't so, but it's true... All good things must come to an end and Anthony Minghella's beautiful,...
16) Everyone from Anthony Minghella, to Matt Damon to Walter Murch to David O'Russell have stories about dealing with him.
The Harvey Weinstein story has me wondering how Anthony Minghella would have reacted were he alive. Hope he would've done the right things.
If you love Anthony Minghella's films do yourself a favor and see his plays. Beautiful production on now at…
Just came across this, Anthony Minghella and Alan Rickman, two legends, gone too soon! The world is a lesser place…
Anthony Minghella was taken from us way too soon.
Hand of fate? Or something else? And also this from Anthony Minghella’s production of Madama Butterfly
Didn't see anyone mention Truly, Madly, Deeply with Alan Rickman, directed by the late Anthony Minghella. Saddest &…
Never thought a movie can turn out better than its actual book. Bravo Anthony Minghella 👍🏽
The stylish thriller from 1999. 'The Talented Mr. Ripley'. Directed by Anthony Minghella
“If I could just go back, if I could rub everything out, starting with myself.” . 🎞 The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) d…
"I had never thought of myself as a director and found out that I was not. I am a ... -
How to lower your writing anxiety: advice from Anthony Minghella
Just realized I've been confusing Anthony Minghella for Frank Langella for a very long time.
The 1999 film version, directed by Anthony Minghella, stars Matt Damon as Ripley, Jude Law as Dickie, and Gwyneth Paltrow as Ma…
Juliette Binoche in The English Patient (1996). A haunting, harrowing, and beautiful film by Anthony Minghella.
That same poignant, silent byplay of a married couple is seen in Anthony Minghella's Mr. Wonderful.
This is a diffrent world, is what I tell myself. 🎬 The English Patient, 1996, Anthony Minghella
If Anthony Minghella directed a film about me it would be called The Irish Patient & would involve me giving off constantly and spilling tea
Of course, like all film-makers I've been mesmerised by cinema since I was a child.
: The Talented Mr. Ripley by Anthony Minghella (1999) My whole score is based on two themes :.
Max Minghella finds 'louder voice' behind the camera. The actor and son of late writer/director Anthony Minghella …
Look at it this way: if you write the novel of 'Cold Mountain,' it costs exactly the same
I work fitfully, in hope rather than in expectation, invent methods which last a week, and
My grandmother was a huge influence on me and the fact that there was this very strong, ra
Jude Law and Anthony Minghella BTS of 2006 "Breaking and entering". And Juliette Binoche
Anthony Minghella’s Breathtaking Production of Puccini’s Madama Butterfly on Great…
"He was capable of taking great blows without weakening." 15 classic Minghella quotes:
Anthony Minghella enriches many viewers and is certainly a good example of a successful filmmaker still in 'the old mould' but...1/2
It's 2:43am and I'm crying over a Anthony Minghella film starring Ralph Fiennes. Synopsis of my summer so far.
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I don't hold with the notion that only bad books make good movies.
“Everybody should have one talent. What's yours?”. 🎬 The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) Anthony Minghella
I always listen to music, my passion and vice is music, I will be denied access to heaven
There are true moments of brilliance in The Talented Mr. Ripley. Acting, writing, filmmaking. I miss Anthony Minghella.
The only lesson to extract from any civil war is that it's pointless and futile and ugly,
Anthony Minghella's Production of Puccini's "Madama Butterfly" on Great Performances at the Met, August 19 PBS.
Truly, Madly, Deeply. These are the nouns in the title to Anthony Minghella's directorial debut.
Jude Law unveils memorial to friend Anthony Minghella - Isle of Wight County Press
I went on a date once with Anthony Minghella's veggie burger was stone cold due to talking that
The author is correct: THE TALENTED MR RIPLEY is indeed a better, more personal film than THE English Patient.
No mention of him on OperaBase. Well, Anthony Minghella did pretty well for his one attempt at opera, so there's at least hope.
Luminous conversation with Walter Murch, legendary editor to Francis Coppola, Sam Mendes and Anthony Minghella
Spend your lunch break with Minghella: 15 Great Quotes for Screenwriters & Filmmakers -->
Writer: Julian Fellowes or Steven Knight. Director: Anthony Minghella (but he died) or Jim Sheridan.
are you related to the late fabulous Anthony Minghella?
If you remember The Storyteller, you should freshen your memory of the amazing talent it attracted. Anthony Minghella on screenplay.
'The Talented Mr Ripley' is why I'm *** Cate & Gwyneth in 1950s chic & Jude Law's *** You did this, Anthony Minghella.
Learn from one of the best: 15 Great Anthony Minghella Quotes for Screenwriters & Filmmakers:
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"I always thought it would be better, to be a fake somebody... than a real nobody." At 1am, Anthony Minghella's The Talented Mr Ripley.
Our late-night highlight at 1am is Anthony Minghella's adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's The Talented Mr Ripley.
"I'm interested in stories which insist on a dog fails-to-eat-dog kind of world.". – Anthony Minghella
..alright everybody, I have one word, and that is 'help'. Anthony Minghella to cast/crew on his first directorial job.
My UK TV Film of the Day is Anthony Minghella's creepy, identity theft film 'The Talented Mr Ripley' starring Matt Damon on at 01:00
You know you lose a lot of social skills if you're a writer. You spend too long alone. And its forced me to address that. -Anthony Minghella
I wasn't expecting Anthony Minghella so vividly present in the excellent, stylish Two Faces of January - then saw
One of my 🎬favorite films. 💖Anthony Minghella was a gifted director🎥 🎭
📷 Matt Damon, Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow & Anthony Minghella by Pamela Hudson on the set of Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)
Anthony Minghella & Sean Penn at Robin Wright Penn, partner of US actor S
Born today in '54 = Anthony Minghella, Eng director/screenwriter who made The English Patient & other films. Cheers
Directed by Anthony Minghella. With Jill Scott, Anika Noni Rose, Lucian Msamati, Nikki Amuka-Bird. A Botswanan woman starts up the country's first female-owned detective agency. Based on the series of novels by Alexander McCall Smith.
"The Talented Mr. Ripley" is the late Anthony Minghella's follow-up to Oscar Best Picture "The English Patient.". Watch Ripley later at 9PM!
Ex 1923 LT stock as SR 4 VEC (Class 485) with 041 nearest at Ryde Pier Head on 27 June 1975. Note the large ad for Minghella's Italian Restaurant, Anthony Minghella, the film director, was the son of the owners and best remembered for The English Patient. Sadly, he died in 2008 at the age of 54
Behind the scenes of "The English Patient", movie directed by Anthony Minghella with Ralph Fiennes and Kristin Scott Thomas. Track from Bye Bye Blackbird, wr...
Which actor or actress has appeared in the films of; Peter Jackson, Ridley Scott, David Fincher, Todd Haynes, Sam Raimi, Joe Wright, Ron Howard, Steven Soderbergh, Steven Spielberg, Wes Anderson, Alejandro, Gonzalez Inarritu, Joel Schumacher, Anthony Minghella, Mike Newall and Woody Allen? It's an incredible list isn't it? If you can't guess who it is which other actor could boast working with such an impressive array of directors? - Mark
Goody of the day as Kip in directed by the amazing Anthony Minghella (RIP)
A great performance by the 2 time Academy award nominee Ralph Fiennes in The great masterpieace '' The English Patient '' , one of the best 90's movies , directed by the academy award winner Anthony Minghella . If you didn't see this movie you must watch it :)
Cold Mountain is a 2003 war drama film written and directed by Anthony Minghella. It stars Jude Law, Nicole Kidman, and Renée Zellweger in leading roles and the film tells the story of a wounded deserter from the Confederate army close to the end of the American Civil War who is on his way home to return to the love of his life, but faces problems along the way while his love is also facing problems back home. It's really really majorly sad and slightly gruesome but I recommend everyone to watch it, 8.5/10 P.S it also has Natalie Portman in it, and who doesn't love Natalie Portman? So watch it!
Watching The English favorite movie. I have watched this movie approx 75 times Love Love it!! Directed by Anthony Minghella. With Ralph Fiennes, Juliette Binoche, Willem Dafoe, Kristin Scott Thomas. At the close of WWII, a young nurse tends to a ...
Juliette Binoche Movie Night The English Patient (1996) In love, there are no boundaries. Storyline Beginning in the 1930's, "The English Patient" tells the story of Count Almásy who is a Hungarian map maker employed by the Royal Geographical Society to chart the vast expanses of the Sahara Desert along with several other prominent explorers. As World War II unfolds, Almásy enters into a world of love, betrayal, and politics that is later revealed in a series of flashbacks while Almásy is on his death bed after being horribly burned in a plane crash. Director: Anthony Minghella Writers: Michael Ondaatje (novel), Anthony Minghella (screenplay) Stars: Ralph Fiennes, Juliette Binoche, Willem Dafoe
Two things for which the Isle of Wight is known: The film director Anthony Minghella (English Patient) was born here, son of an Italian ice-cream maker; and Dinosaurs- this is the museum at Sandown.
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This week, 900 students from four states visited the opera house to enjoy a final dress rehearsal for Anthony Minghella's production of Madama Butterfly. If you'd like to see it for yourself, this show opens tomorrow evening at the Met!
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Coming soon to Anthony Minghella's award-winning Madame Butterfly returns to
Yes! Anthony Minghella on pre-production: "it's like standing in the way of some sort of lava." (My First Movie by Stephen Lowenstein)
- Directed by the late great Anthony Minghella, who was local and even went to my school!
After seeing Breaking and Entering yet again, I'm reminded how much I miss Anthony Minghella. Genius with making reel relationships real.
Anthony Minghella was such a good director, but his icecream is just as good!!
My sister says she is on holiday with some guy named Simon Pegg. Reminds me of the time some guy called Anthony Minghella came to her work
Anthony Minghella originally wanted Tom Cruise for the role of Ripley but after seeing Good Will Hunting, he decided to cast Matt Damon.
"Journey to Italy" (1954) was shallow but beautiful. Directed by the father of the Italian neorealism movement, Roberto Rossellini, this film has been cited by titans of cinema like François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard as the film that kickstarted the French New Wave movement. Despite being an Italian film, it's also an English-language film, starring American megastars Ingrid Bergman and George Sanders. A flawed film, but simultaneously innovative, gorgeous and important to the history of cinema. Definitely one to see. Rating: B+ "Cold Mountain" (2003) was a quality American Civil War period piece directed by Anthony Minghella ("The English Patient" and "The Talented Mr. Ripley"). The mega-cast includes: Jude Law, Nicole Kidman, Renée Zellweger, Natalie Portman, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Donald Sutherland, Charlie Hunnam, Giovanni Ribisi, and Brendan Gleeson. Lacking any serious depth or substance, but also very entertaining, and featuring a couple really fantastic scenes that could make nice vignettes ...
What do Anthony Minghella, Mel Brooks, Henry Winkler, and John Landis all have in common?
Talk From Alfred Hitchcock tonight - Number One. In these the first of my personal talks from Alfred Hitchcock I refer you to my book and the recounting of the story of the real Camelot, Steve Jobs - Liberating Camelot entered into our mythology of today by our legendary figure, The King of Heaven. Before I began Leath said to me, 'Beware of two white birds fluing across the sky together.' Alfred Hitchcock began in a helpful way telling me, ‘The secret to a taut and strong movie is never tell them your theme. Hold it like a nest of young birds, some secret candies or, I say, a nest of snakes, to yourself. He showed me our hands clasped, holding this small thing become precious now, across the lower abdomen. The first thing you’ll have to do is know what you theme is, and for goodness sake don’t give me more of the great American West as your theme. I’ll give you some themes to think about shall I,’ he said. Anthony Minghella asked that you all sit around a cosy fire and he told that these were f ...
This week I will be featuring the soundtrack from 'The English Patient', a 1996 romantic drama film based on the novel of the same name by Sri Lankan-Canadian writer Michael Ondaatje. The film, written for the screen and directed by Anthony Minghella, won 9 Academy Awards, including Best Picture. Ondaatje worked closely with the filmmakers. Set before and during World War II, The English Patient is a story of love, fate, misunderstanding and healing. The soundtrack is by Lebanese/French composer, Gabriel Yared.
Zadie Smith, John Irving, Anthony Minghella and Todd Solondz come to my mind first!
Best directors: David Lean (twice) and Anthony Minghella for 'The English Patient'
Someone who makes the viewer feel invested in the characters and that makes the movie feel very real. Anthony Minghella
2) Cold Mountain. Big Civil War love enduring adaptation by Anthony Minghella just before he died too young.Great performances&soundtrack
Oh and I did sit on Anthony Minghella's (as in director of The English Patient) lap as my mum used to work for him.
Part of the movie 'Truly Madly Deeply' (1990 - directed by Anthony Minghella) where Alan Rickman and Juliet Stevenson sing the '60s classic "The Sun Ain't Go...
Book Two is The No 1 Ladies Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith. This was adapted by Richard Curtis and directed by Anthony Minghella in 2009. Jill Scott played the title role.
Joan of Arc, Sylvia Sims, Anthony Minghella, Angus Deayton, Paul Azinger, Nigella Lawson and Rowan Atkinson were all born on 6th January
12/29: HAPPY BIRTHDAY Jude Law Theatre World Award: "Indiscretions" (also Tony nomination) Birthplace: Lewisham, London, England Mr. Law's Broadway credits include: "Indiscretions" and "Hamlet" (Tony and Drama Desk nominations). He began acting with the National Youth Music Theatre in 1987, and had his first tv role in 1989. After starring in films directed by Andrew Niccol, Clint Eastwood and David Cronenberg, he was nominated for an Oscar in 1999 for his performance in Anthony Minghella's "The Talented Mr. Ripley." In 2000 he won a Best Supporting Actor BAFTA Award for his work in the film. In 2003, he was nominated for the Oscar for Best Actor for his performance in another Minghella film, "Cold Mountain." His other film credits include: "Gattaca," "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil," "eXistenZ," "A.I. Artificial Intelligence," "Road to Perdition," "Alfie," "The Aviator," "Breaking & Entering," "Contagion," "Hugo," "Sherlock Holmes," "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows," and "Anna Karenina."
Directed by Anthony Minghella. With Juliet Stevenson, Alan Rickman, Jenny Howe, Carolyn Choa. Once upon a time there were two people in love, their names were Nina and Jamie. They were even happy enough to be able to live happily ever after...
The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency is a television comedy-drama series, produced by the BBC in conjunction with HBO, and based on the novels of the same name by Alexander McCall Smith. The novels focus on the story of a detective agency opened by Mma Ramotswe and her courtship with the mechanic Mr. JLB Matekoni. The series was filmed on location in Botswana and was seen as one of the first major film or television productions to be undertaken in Botswana. (The Gods Must Be Crazy, a 1980 film set in Botswana was filmed mainly in South Africa.) The programme began with a feature-length pilot episode on 23 March 2008. Executive producer, the late Anthony Minghella directed the episode and co-wrote the adaptation with fellow executive producer Richard Curtis. A six-episode series concluded in the UK on 19 April 2009. HBO began broadcasting the series on 29 March 2009. In 2010 the show won a Peabody Award for its 2009 season. It was cancelled due to poor ratings. While HBO failed to renew the show after its fi ...
Alan Rickman sings with Juliet Stevenson in Anthony Minghella's Truly Madly Deeply [*melts into puddle*
If my WIP fantasy novel is ever made into a movie I would want a Hans Zimmer + Florence Welch collab for the score. I always wanted Anthony Minghella to direct my book adaptation, but since he's gone I'd choose either Alfonso Cuaron, Gore Verbinksi, Darren Aronofsky, or Guillermo del Toro, though there probably aren't enough creepy monsters in my book for Guillermo. My dream cast will probably all be too old or dead by the time I get a movie deal, but if not I want Lena Olin, Alice Kridge, and Saffron Burrows, Paul Bettany is required for one of my secondary characters, I see no one else, and either Aidan Turner, or Michael Fassbender (in a black Snape wig.;P) for my male Protagonist even though neither look exactly right. Rachel Weisz would be perfect as the adult version of my female protagonist/narrator. I haven't picked anyone to play the younger version of her yet, and I've yet to dream up a proper antagonist. As you can see I dream big, lol.XD
Anthony Minghella as in Cold Mountain, The Talented Mr. Ripley, The English Patient, etc. so AHEM LOL
Do you think Anthony Minghella has ever met Frank Langella?
Chapel Arts Edana Minghella - Edana is from a phenomenally talented and creative Anglo-Italian family. An opportunity to sing with renowned jazz trumpeter, Guy Barker, who worked with her brother (the Oscar winning director Anthony Minghella) on the Talented Mr Ripley, inspired Edana to embark upon ...
Martin Scorsese, James Cameron, Anthony Minghella and Roman Polanski make the *** best movies!!!
It seems that Juliet Stevenson was very much Anthony Minghella's muse.
One director,three of my fav films ever-anthony minghella
hi are you related to the late Anthony Minghella?
"Part of following a club is accepting it can have bad spells lasting years". Anthony Minghella.
was acting strange so I posted a retrospective on Anthony Minghella's 1996classic The English Patient here:
Hoped you'd enjoy my blog about The English Patient. If you knew how many times I've seen Anthony Minghella's films ... xo
"I've come to understand that the joy of film is in letting everybody play and empowering the play." ~Anthony Minghella, The Conversations
Love story between Katharine and Count Almásy. I do not own the clips or the music. each belongs to its respective owners. In memory of Anthony Minghella (19...
There are two kinds of fools...those who keep moving and those who stay where they are. -- Anthony Minghella paraphrasing Samuel Beckett
I was looking through the credits of old Inspector Morse episodes (you might have seen his stuff on PBS's Mystery Program), and guess whose names I see? First, we have the English Patient's Anthony Minghella writing the first one, with Alistair Reid of Traffik (The original) directing. The 1990 season would then see two more directors we've become more familiar with: John Madden (Shakespeare in Love), and Danny Boyle (Shallow Grave, Trainspotting, 28 Days Later, Slumdog Millionaire, and 128 Hours)
Oh. I don't know. I like Scorsese but then who doesn't? Anthony Minghella? Sir Ridley Scott because of Gladiator as well.
"From Kermit the Frog, literally an extension of Jim Henson, comes a life-affirming decency, a passionate belief that there are stories to tell which don't exclude children and don't insult adults, which don't exclude adults but which don't insult children, which can be outrageous and innovative without being arch or misanthropic. There's anarchy here, but it's anarchy that celebrates rather than destroys." -Anthony Minghella
Nine is a 2009 American musical film directed by Rob Marshall. The screenplay, by Michael Tolkin and Anthony Minghella, is based on Arthur Kopit's book for t...
Created by Anthony Minghella. With Michael Gambon, Brian Henson, David Greenaway. A storyteller in a labyrinth tells his dog the stories of Perseus and Medusa, Icarus and Daedalus, Theseus and the Minotaur, and Orpheus and Euridyce.
Scripts by Anthony Minghella, the Storyteller played by John Hurt. Quality, pure quality. Are children's TV shows this good anymore?
Jack Davenport on Anthony Minghella during the filming of The Talented Mr Ripley. (HT
Ada from the beautiful movie 'Cold Mountain ( - by director Anthony Minghella) is one of my favorite Nicole characters. So I decided to make a little tribute...
Charlie Rose with Anthony Minghella; Robert Wagner (January 24, 2000): First, an interview with Anthony Minghel...
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it's simply 'Jim Henson's The Storyteller' by Anthony Minghella. It was published by Boxtree in 1992.
Cold Mountain (Audio CD): Director Anthony Minghella's take on Charles Frazier's bestselling novel is powered by...
Moving post from from Edana Minghella re the late Anthony & screening soon of The Talented Mr Ripley...
Alan Rickman and Juliet Stevenson. Film by Anthony Minghella. I would highly recommend!
See Oscar winning director Anthony Minghella's (The English Patient) hometown of Ryde this with
Charlie Rose with Anthony Minghella, Nicole Kidman & Jude Law (December 23, 2003): A conversation about the film...
For a while in the UK the government education department DfES, (which then became DCSF), articulated some extraordinary moments of clarity - and often Eileen Devonshire was at the heart of this work to open the key debates needed if government policy was to keep up with the pace of innovation in schools and industry. One such contribution was to commission (from the talented folk at Magic Lantern) this short video about the future of learning: students, NQTs, wise old owls, Anthony Minghella (sadly missed), Prof Sir Magdi Yacoub, Sir Paul Smith, Sir Trevor McDonald, old archive footage, and all sorts. I got to narrate it - fab little buzz of video for professional development etc.
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