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      • From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Joel David Coen (born November 29, 1954) and Ethan Jesse Coen (born September 21, 1957), collectively referred to as the Coen brothers, are American filmmakers. Their films span many genres and styles, which they frequently subvert or parody. The brothers write, direct and produce their films jointly.
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  2. Coen brothers - Wikipedia

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    Joel Coen (born November 29, 1954) and Ethan Coen (born September 21, 1957), collectively referred to as the Coen brothers (/ ˈkoʊən /), are American film directors, producers, screenwriters, and editors. Their films span many genres and styles, which they frequently subvert or parody.

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  3. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Joel David Coen and Ethan Jesse Coen are movie directors, producers and screenwriters. They are brothers and always work together. They have won many awards including the Academy Award (Oscar) four times and the Palme d'Or at the Cannes International Film Festival.

  4. Coen brothers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Early life

    Joel and Ethan Coen, of Jewish heritage,[2] grew up in a Jewish community in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis.[3] Their father, Edward, was an economist at the University of Minnesota, and their mother, Rena, an art historian at St. Cloud State University. When they were children, Joel saved money from mowing lawns to buy a Vivitar Super 8 camera. Together, the brothers remade movies they saw on television with a neighborhood kid, Mark Zimering ("Zeimers"),[citation needed]...

    Education

    The brothers graduated from St. Louis Park High School in 1973 and 1976. They both also graduated from Bard College at Simon's Rock in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.[3] Joel then spent four years in the undergraduate film program at New York University where he made a 30-minute thesis film called Soundings. The film depicted a woman engaged in sex with her deaf boyfriend while verbally fantasizing about having sex with her boyfriend's best friend, who is listening in the next room. Ethan we...

    Personal lives

    Joel has been married to actress Frances McDormand since 1984. They adopted a son from Paraguay, named Pedro McDormand Coen (Frances and all her siblings were adopted). McDormand has acted in six of the Coen Brothers' films, including a minor appearance in Miller's Crossing, a supporting role in Raising Arizona, lead roles in Blood Simple and The Man Who Wasn't There, her Academy Award winning role in Fargo, and her latest starring role in Burn After Reading. She also did a voice-over in Bart...

    The 1980s

    After graduating from NYU, Joel worked as a production assistant on a variety of industrial films and music videos. He developed a talent for film editing and met Sam Raimi, who was looking for an assistant editor on his first feature film The Evil Dead(1981). In 1984, the brothers wrote and directed Blood Simple, their first film together. Set in Texas, the film tells the tale of a shifty, sleazy bar owner who hires a private detective to kill his wife and her lover. The film contains elemen...

    The 1990s

    Miller's Crossing, released in 1990, starred Albert Finney, Gabriel Byrne, and John Turturro. The film is about feuding gangsters in the Prohibitionera. The following year, they made Barton Fink; set in 1941, a New York playwright (the eponymous Barton Fink played by John Turturro) moves to Los Angeles to write a B-movie. He settles down in his hotel room to commence writing, but suffers writer's block until he is invaded by the man (John Goodman) next door. Barton Fink was a critical success...

    The 2000s

    The Coen brothers' next film O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) was another critical and commercial success. The title was borrowed from the 1941 Preston Sturges film Sullivan's Travels, whose lead character, movie director John Sullivan, had planned to make a film with that title.[9] Based loosely on Homer's Odyssey (complete with a cyclops, sirens, et al.) the story is set in Mississippi in the 1930s and follows a trio of escaped convicts who, after absconding from a chain gang, journey home...

    In the past, Joel and Ethan Coen have had to split the producer and director credits due to guild rules that disallowed co-sharing of the director credit to prevent rights and ownership issues. The only exception to this rule is if the co-directors are an "established duo". Now that they are able to share the director credit (as an established duo), the Coen brothers have become only the third duo to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director. The first two pairs to achieve this were Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins (who won for West Side Story in 1961) and Warren Beatty and Buck Henry (who were nominated for Heaven Can Waitin 1978). With eight Academy Award nominations for No Country for Old Men including Best Picture, Director, Adapted Screenplay, and Film Editing (Roderick Jaynes), the Coen Brothers have tied the record for the most nominations by a single nominee (counting an "established duo" as one nominee) for the same film. Orson Welles set the record in 1941 with Ci...

    The Coens used cinematographer Barry Sonnenfeld through Miller's Crossing until Sonnenfeld left to pursue his own directing career, which includes such films as The Addams Family, Get Shorty, and Men in Black. Roger A. Deakins has been the Coen brothers' cinematographer for all their films since except Burn After Reading, on which they employed Emmanuel Lubezki.[32] Sam Raimi also helped write The Hudsucker Proxy, which the Coen brothers directed; and the Coen brothers helped write Crimewave, which Raimi directed. Raimi took tips about filming A Simple Plan from the Coen brothers, who had recently finished Fargo (both films are set in blindingly white snow, which reflects a lot of light and can make metering for a correct exposure tricky). Raimi has cameos in Miller's Crossing and The Hudsucker Proxy. They met when Joel Coen was hired as one of the editors of The Evil Dead(mentioned on the movies' commentary). William Preston Robertson is an old friend of the Coens who helped them w...

    Academy Awards

    Both Ethan and Joel have been nominated for thirteen Academy Awards (twice under their alias Roderick Jaynes) and have won four, including: two Oscars for screen-writing (original screenplay for Fargo and adapted screenplay for No Country for Old Men), one for Best Director(s) (No Country for Old Men); and one for Best Picture (No Country for Old Men). 1991: Barton Fink 1. Best Supporting Actor(Michael Lerner, nominated) 2. Best Art Direction–Set Decoration(Dennis Gassner, Nancy Haigh, nomina...

    BAFTA Awards

    1996: Fargo 1. Best Film(nominated) 2. David Lean Award for Direction (Joel Coen, won) 3. Best Screenplay – Original(nominated) 4. Best Actress(Frances McDormand, nominated) 5. Best Cinematography(Roger Deakins, nominated) 6. Best Editing(as Roderick Jaynes, nominated) 2000: O Brother, Where Art Thou? 1. Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music(T-Bone Burnett, Carter Burwell, nominated) 2. Best Cinematography(Roger Deakins, nominated) 3. Best Costume Design(Monica Howe, nominated) 4. Best Product...

    Cannes Film Festival

    1991: Barton Fink 1. Best Actor (John Turturro, won) 2. Best Director (Joel Coen, won) 3. Palme d'Or (Joel Coen, won– unanimously) 1994: The Hudsucker Proxy 1. Palme d'Or(Joel Coen, nominated) 1996: Fargo 1. Best Director (Joel Coen, won) 2. Palme d'Or(Joel Coen, nominated) 2000: O Brother, Where Art Thou? 1. Palme d'Or(Joel Coen, nominated) 2001: The Man Who Wasn't There 1. Best Director (Joel Coen, won – tied with David Lynch for Mulholland Dr.) 2. Palme d'Or(Joel Coen, nominated) 2004: The...

    The Coen brothers often cast certain actors more than once in their films. They have worked twice with Jeff Bridges and at least three times with George Clooney, Holly Hunter (who also did an uncredited voice in Blood Simple), Frances McDormand (who also had an uncredited role in Miller's Crossing and did an uncredited voice in Barton Fink), John Turturro, Steve Buscemi, Josh Brolin, Michael Badalucco, John Goodman, Richard Jenkins, Stephen Root, and Jon Polito.

    Crimewave (1985) – Film written by the Coen Brothers and Sam Raimi, directed by Raimi.
    The Naked Man (1998) – A film starring Michael Rappaport, co-written by Ethan Coen.

    Cheshire, Ellen & Ashbrook, John. 2000. Joel and Ethan Coen. "The Pocket Essential" 3rd Revised edition published in 2005 includes all films and some subsidiary works (Crimewave, Down from the Moun...

  5. Coen - Wikipedia

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    Coen is a personal name of several origins. It exists as a masculine given name, and as a surname.

    As a surname it may be a variant of McCown a derivative of the two Irish surnames O'Cadhain and O'Comhdhain, it could be a Spanish or Italian variant of the Hebrew name Cohen meaning "priest", or it may be a Dutch patronym. People with this surname include: 1. Andy Coen, American football coach 2. Bill Coen, American basketball coach 3. Coen brothers, Joel and Ethan, American filmmakers 4. Colin Coen, Irish hurler 5. Darren Coen, rugby league footballer of the 1980s 6. Eleanor Coen, American pai

    The Dutch given name Coen is, like Koen, a short form of Coenraad/Koenraad, equivalent to the English Conrad. Coen is also an aboriginal Australian name meaning thunder. People with this given name include: 1. Coen Cuser, 14th-century Dutch knight who founded a house for the poor 2. Coen Dillen, Dutch footballer 3. Coen Flink, Dutch actor 4. Coen Gortemaker, Dutch footballer 5. Coen Hissink, Dutch silent film actor 6. Coen Janssen, Dutch keyboardist of the band Epica 7. Coen de Koning, Dutch spe

  6. Hail, Caesar! - Wikipedia

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    The website's critical consensus reads, "Packed with period detail and perfectly cast, Hail, Caesar! finds the Coen brothers delivering an agreeably lightweight love letter to post-war Hollywood." [73] On Metacritic the film has a weighted average score of 72 out of 100, based on 50 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".

  7. A Serious Man - Wikipedia

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    A Serious Man is a 2009 black comedy-drama film written, produced, edited and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen.Set in 1967, the film stars Michael Stuhlbarg as a Minnesota Jewish man whose life crumbles both professionally and personally, leading him to questions about his faith.

  8. Coen Brothers Filmography - IMDb

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    A documentary showing the lives of the famous directors Ethan Coen and Joel Coen. Including many guests featuring in their films. Director: Sarah Aspinall | Stars: Neil Pearson, Ethan Coen, Joel Coen, Roger Deakins Votes: 216

  9. Coen testvérek – Wikipédia

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    Joel David Coen (1954. november 29. –) és Ethan Jesse Coen (1957. szeptember 21. –), ismertebb nevükön a Coen testvérek vagy Coen fivérek, Oscar-díjas amerikai filmrendezők, forgatókönyvírók, producerek.