EGOT holder Mike Nichols is the stage and film director responsible for cinematic masterpieces like The Graduate and Silkwood. With his unique style of filmmaking, specifically his camera shots through objects, Nichols carved a name for himself in the film industry. Working across a variety of genres, Nichols seemed to rise to every challenge. After his Broadway directing debut of Barefoot in the Park in 1963, Nichols continued to crank out hit after hit on the stage, eventually earning a Tony for Direction on Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. With his portfolio growing, he was eventually invited by Warner Bros to direct Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?.
The legendary director Mike Nichols contributed a beautiful collection of movies to the history of cinema. Here are his best.Read MoreMovieWeb – Feed