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List of Tony Scott Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Man on Fire (2004)
34
3
Man on Fire
R
34
3

A burnt out ex CIA operative John Creasy finds a new objective in life when he is hired by an industrialist Samuel Ramos to protect his daughter, Pita. A reluctant and uninterested Creasy soon forms a bond with the little girl. So when she is kidnapped, he is enraged and seeks to kill everyone involved in the heinous act.

Directed By:
Tony Scott
2. True Romance (1993)
29
4
True Romance
R
29
4

The film is about an Elvis-fan Clarence Worley, who falls for and marries a call-girl, Alabama. While trying to retrieve her belongings, Clarence gets into a scuffle with Alabama's pimp, Drexl, and kills him. He mistakenly picks up a suitcase of cocaine in place of Alabama’s clothes. They decide to sell it in Hollywood, but are pursued by the mafia and the police. 

Directed By:
Tony Scott
3. Enemy of the State (1998)
26
7
Enemy of the State
R
26
7

A videotape of the political assassination of a Congressman by corrupt NSA official, Reynolds, is passed on to an unsuspecting lawyer Robert Dean. Soon Dean is targeted by Reynolds’ men and is framed in another murder. As Dean’s life falls apart, he seeks help of ex-intelligence operator Brill to get to the bottom of this case. 

Directed By:
Tony Scott
4. Crimson Tide (1995)
22
3
Crimson Tide
R
22
3

The film revolves around an incident that takes place on a ballistic missile submarine assigned to launch its missile on a Russian nuclear installation. But when the time comes only a part of the order can be decoded, resulting in a conflict between its Commanding Officer, a war veteran and his Executive Officer, a military tactic expert.  

Directed By:
Tony Scott
5. Life in a Day (2011)
13
5
Life in a Day
PG-13
13
5

Life in a Day is a documentary film which has been shot by different people from nearly every country in the world, to show future generations what it was like to be alive on the 24th of July 2010.

Starring:
Cindy Baer, Hiroaki Aikawa, Teagan Bentley, Ester Brym, Cristina Bocchialini
Directed By:
Kevin Macdonald, Hiroaki Aikawa, Loressa Clisby
7. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007)
14
4
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
R
14
4

Adapted from 1983 novel by Ron Hansen, this epic crime drama film, has won multiple awards for its cinematography. It tells the story of how outlaw, Jesse James is assassinated by his jealous recruits Charley and Robert Ford. However, their plan backfires as they neither receive the prize money the governor had promised nor fame for killing Jesse!   

Directed By:
Andrew Dominik
9. Top Gun (1986)
24
4
Top Gun
PG
24
4

Reckless and impulsive ace pilot Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell is accepted into the Naval Fighter Weapons School, where he alienates other elite students with his attitude. As he competes for the TOPGUN Trophy with his calm rival Tom 'Iceman' Kazansky, he is also vying for the attention of the beautiful astrophysicist and civilian instructor Charlotte Blackwood.

Directed By:
Tony Scott
10. Spy Game (2001)
16
2
Spy Game
R
16
2

CIA asset Tom Bishop is captured by People's Liberation Army of China, and is about to be executed. His former mentor Nathan Muir, on his last day before retirement, decides to rescue his protégé, when he realizes the CIA intends on doing nothing. 

Starring:
Robert Redford, Brad Pitt, Catherine McCormack, Stephen Dillane, Larry Bryggman
Directed By:
Tony Scott
11. Deja Vu (2006)
20
5
Deja Vu
PG-13
20
5

Deja Vu is an action-thriller that centers around an A.T.F. agent who uses an experimental technology, which can take you back in time, to discover the identity of the culprit responsible for bombing a ferry in New Orleans. Denzel Washington stars as the brilliant agent who becomes obsessed with a particular clue to find the bomber before he strikes again.

Starring:
Jim Caviezel, Bruce Greenwood, Adam Goldberg, Elle Fanning, Denzel Washington, Val Edward Kilmer, Val Kilmer
Directed By:
Tony Scott
12. The Hunger (1983)
13
2
The Hunger
R
13
2

Centuries-old vampire Miriam Blaylock, with her vampire cellist lover John, preys on unsuspecting club-goers. While casting spells on her lovers, Marian promises eternal life, without mentioning that they won’t enjoy eternal youth. As John starts aging rapidly, he turns to aging-specialist Dr. Sarah, who curiously visits him home, but gets seduced by Miriam. However, Miriam realizes it’s not easy to influence Sarah.

Starring:
Catherine Deneuve, Susan Sarandon, Jane Leeves, Willem Dafoe, Dan Hedaya, Cliff De Young, David Bowie
Directed By:
Tony Scott
13. Unstoppable (2010)
21
3
Unstoppable
PG-13
21
3

Based on true events, a massive locomotive carrying highly toxic and flammable phenol becomes unstoppable when it becomes unmanned due to human carelessness. A major disaster is waiting to happen unless veteran engineer Frank Barnes and young conductor Will Colson who are pursuing the running train on another engine manage to catch it and stop it.  

Starring:
Chris Pine, Rosario Dawson, Denzel Washington, Kevin Dunn, Ethan Suplee
Directed By:
Tony Scott
14. One of the Missing (1969)
12
4
One of the Missing
12
4

This war short film tells the story of a soldier fighting in the American Civil War. He is sent on a task to scout the positions of the enemy, but he soon finds himself trapped inside a huge pile of rubble.

Starring:
Ridley Scott, Stephen Edwards
Directed By:
Tony Scott
15. The Last Boy Scout (1991)
17
4
The Last Boy Scout
R
17
4

A former secret service agent, Joe Hallenbeck works as a private detective and is supposed to protect a female witness, Cory. She also happens to be the girlfriend of Jimmy Dix, a quarterback who got thrown out of the team for gambling. When Cory gets murdered, the two men join hands to uncover the real culprit and enter the world of corrupt politician and the devious football team owner.

Starring:
Bruce Willis, Halle Berry, Damon Wayans, Kim Coates, James Gandolfini, Noble Willingham, Chelsea Field
Directed By:
Tony Scott
16. Hostage (2002)
11
4
Hostage
11
4
Starring:
Clive Owen, Maury Chaykin, Kathryn Morris, Gerry Becker, Darius McCrary
Directed By:
17. Welcome to the Rileys (2010)
10
2
Welcome to the Rileys
R
10
2

Welcome to the Rileys is a 2010 drama film which revolves around Doug and Lois, whose marriage is going through a difficult phase as the two start drifting apart from each other. However, things take an interesting turn after Doug meets a 16 year old stripper during his business trip.

Starring:
Kristen Stewart, Ally Sheedy, James Gandolfini, Melissa Leo, Joe Chrest
Directed By:
Jake Scott
18. The Grey (2011)
15
3
The Grey
R
15
3

Based on Ian MacKenzie Jeffer’s short story Ghost Walker, the movie takes the viewer on an adventure where a group of oil-men who have survived a plane crash, try to stay alive, while battling a pack of killer wolves and an extreme cold habitat.  

Starring:
Liam Neeson, Frank Grillo, Dermot Mulroney, Joe Anderson, Dallas Roberts
Directed By:
Joe Carnahan
19. Out of the Furnace (2013)
15
3
Out of the Furnace
R
15
3

As he resumes working at a steel mill after release from jail, Russell Baze finds his brother Rodney, an Iraq war veteran who incurred a huge debt gambling, missing following an illegal bare-knuckle prizefight with sociopathic drug dealer Harlan DeGroat. When the police refuse to go after the culprit, he takes it upon himself to attain justice.

Starring:
Christian Bale, Woody Harrelson, Forest Whitaker, Zoe Saldana, Boyd Holbrook, Casey Affleck, Sam Shepard
Directed By:
Scott Cooper
20. Stoker (2013)
10
2
Stoker
R
10
2

India Stoker’s world comes tumbling down when her loving father Richard passes away in a car accident on her 18th birthday. Things get even more complicated when her previously unknown uncle Charlie comes to take care of the family. Sinister motives and revelations about Charlie will change India Stoker forever. 

Starring:
Mia Wasikowska, Nicole Kidman, Alden Ehrenreich, Dermot Mulroney, David Alford, Matthew Goode, Peg Allen
Directed By:
Chan-wook Park
21. Tristan + Isolde (2006)
10
2
Tristan + Isolde
PG-13
10
2

A valiant British warrior named Tristen, falls in love with Isolde, daughter of a feuding Irish lord. However, due to circumstances their relationship meets an unfortunate end. 

Starring:
Henry Cavill, James Franco, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Sophia Myles, Rufus Sewell, David O'Hara, Mark Strong
Directed By:
Kevin Reynolds
22. Loving Memory (1971)
11
2
Loving Memory
11
2

Two siblings, a brother and a sister, kill a young cyclist accidentally. However, instead of reporting the accident to the authorities, the woman takes the corpse home with them. She dresses the corpse with the clothes of her second brother, who was killed during the World War II, and tries to engage in conversation with it. Although her brother tries to bury the corpse, she insists on keeping it with them.  

Starring:
Rosamund Greenwood, Roy Evans, David Pugh
Directed By:
Tony Scott
23. Beverly Hills Cop II (1987)
18
5
Beverly Hills Cop II
R
18
5

Detective Axel Foley returns to Beverly Hills after learning about an assassination attempt on Police Captain Andrew Bogomil. He also makes a connection between the attack and a series of high-end-store robberies known as the Alphabet Crimes, and assists Detective Billy Rosewood and Sergeant John Taggart in tracking down an illegal arms dealer and his beautiful hitwoman.

Starring:
Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock, Gilbert Gottfried, Brigitte Nielsen, Ronny Cox, Judge Reinhold, Jürgen Prochnow
Directed By:
Tony Scott
24. The East (2013)
10
3
The East
PG-13
10
3

An undercover agent of an elite private intelligence firm is assigned to infiltrate an underground environmentalist organization, known for covertly attacking the environment polluting corporate houses. But once there, her priorities begin to change and she begins to sympathize with the groups cause without endorsing their anarchism.     

Starring:
Ellen Page, Jason Ritter, Billy Magnussen, Julia Ormond, Alexander Skarsgård
Directed By:
Zal Batmanglij
25. Cracks (2009)
11
3
Cracks
R
11
3

The headmistress of an elite boarding school becomes obsessed with one of the new girls. This leads to jealousy among some of the other girls.

Starring:
Eva Green, Imogen Poots, María Valverde, Juno Temple, Ellie Nunn
Directed By:
Jordan Scott
26. The A-Team (2010)
10
5
The A-Team
PG-13
10
5

Four Iraq War veterans, who together form The A Team, are falsely accused of a crime and sent to separate military prison. Six months later, led by Hannibal Smith, they escape the prison and set out to catch the real culprit, clear their name and restore their pride. However Lt. Sosa is close behind to arrest the team.

Starring:
Quinton Jackson, Jessica Biel, Sharlto Copley, Corey Burton, Jon Hamm, Bradley Cooper, Liam Neeson
Directed By:
Joe Carnahan
27. The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009)
15
2
The Taking of Pelham 123
R
15
2

Passengers of a New York subway train are pulled into a nightmare when Dennis Ryder Ford and his associates hijack their train. Ryder demands a ransom and will only talk to Walter Garber, a dispatcher being investigated on bribery charges. Garber must negotiate, find a way to save the people, and stop Ryder. 

Starring:
John Travolta, Denzel Washington, James Gandolfini, Luis Guzmán, Victor Gojcaj, Robert Vataj
Directed By:
Tony Scott
28. Clay Pigeons (1998)
11
2
Clay Pigeons
R
11
2

Clay is a young man who is having an affair with the wife of his friend Earl. However, when Earl kills himself due to this, Clay finds himself guilty of his death. Although Amanda, Earl’s wife wants to continue the affair as if nothing has happened, Clay tries to resist. Problems arise when a serial killer kills her, and the FBI considers Clay as a suspect.

Starring:
Vince Vaughn, Joaquin Phoenix, Janeane Garofalo, Gregory Sporleder, Georgina Cates, Vince Vieluf
Directed By:
David Dobkin
29. In Her Shoes (2005)
10
3
In Her Shoes
TV-14
10
3

The only thing common between sisters Rose and Maggie Feller is their shoe-size. Responsible, hard-working attorney Rose throws out reckless, wild, party-girl Maggie when Rose finds her boyfriend Jim in bed with Maggie. Learning about their grandmother Ella Hirsch both sisters didn’t know existed, Maggie moves to Ella’s place in Miami. When both sisters meet there, will they revive their family bond?

Starring:
Toni Collette, Shirley MacLaine, Cameron Diaz, Candice Azzara, Anson Mount
Directed By:
Curtis Hanson
30. Revenge (1990)
14
2
Revenge
R
14
2

Jay Cochran is a newly retired US Navy pilot who goes to Mexico to spend some time with his Friend Tibey, a successful and powerful but corrupt businessman. He also meets Tibey’s beautiful wife, Miryea, who is unhappy with her married life. Without thinking of the consequences, Jay begins having an affair with Miryea.

Starring:
Kevin Costner, John Leguizamo, Miguel Ferrer, Anthony Quinn, Madeleine Stowe, Tomas Milian, Joaquín Martínez
Directed By:
Tony Scott
31. Boy and Bicycle (1965)
10
3
Boy and Bicycle
10
3

A teenage boy skips classes to go on an adventurous ride on his bicycle around the English town of Hartlepool in the north-eastern county of Cleveland. He smokes and broods as he wanders through the deserted roads and beaches, and passes on commentary about adults until rain forces him into a shack looking for shelter.

Role:
The Boy
Directed By:
32. Before I Go to Sleep (2014)
10
3
Before I Go to Sleep
R
10
3

Christine Lucas wakes up every day with no memory because of anterograde amnesia and can’t retain new memories. Every morning she has to get reacquainted with her husband Ben. As Christine starts keeping a video diary at the advice of her doctor she uncovers horrifying truths about her past and starts to doubt everyone around her. 

Starring:
Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman, Mark Strong, Ben Crompton, Anne-Marie Duff
Directed By:
Rowan Joffe
33. Cyrus (2010)
9
3
Cyrus
R
9
3

Soon after his ex-wife tells John about getting re-married, he meets and falls in love with Molly, the woman of his dreams. The new couple's honeymoon phase comes to a crashing end when John finds out about Molly's son Cyrus who is not too happy about sharing his mother

Starring:
Marisa Tomei, Jonah Hill, Catherine Keener, John C. Reilly, Matt Walsh
Directed By:
Mark Duplass, Jay Duplass
34. Where the Money Is (2000)
9
3
Where the Money Is
PG-13
9
3
Starring:
Paul Newman, Dermot Mulroney, Anne Pitoniak, Linda Fiorentino, Susan Barnes
Directed By:
Marek Kanievska
35. Get Santa (2014)
9
3
Get Santa
PG
9
3
Starring:
Warwick Davis, Jim Broadbent, Ewen Bremner, Joanna Scanlan, Rafe Spall
Directed By:
Christopher Smith
36. Days of Thunder (1990)
12
2
Days of Thunder
PG-13
12
2

Racer Cole Trickle wants to join the Indianapolis 500; but does not have a suitable car. Meanwhile, he is hired to race for Tim Daland’s team in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series and develops rivalry with Rowdy Burns, which culminates into an accident during Firecracker 400. Later, howeve,r they develop close friendship and Rowdy offers Cole his car to race the Daytona 500 against Russ Wheeler.

Starring:
Robert Duvall, Randy Quaid, Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Cary Elwes
Directed By:
Tony Scott
37. Domino (2005)
10
2
Domino
R
10
2

Loosely based the life of Domino Harvey, the daughter of actor Laurence Harvey, the film depicts how the former model becomes a bounty hunter and finds employment with a bail bondsman who also runs an armored car business,. Complications arise when her boss sets up a $10 million robbery to meet the medical expense of his mistress’s granddaughter.   

Starring:
Keira Knightley, Brian Austin Green, Jacqueline Bisset, Tom Waits, Lucy Liu, Mickey Rourke, Christopher Walken
Directed By:
Tony Scott
38. The Fan (1996)
10
3
The Fan
R
10
3

Gil Renard, a salesman of hunting knives and passionate fan of baseball star Bobby Rayburn, is happy when Rayburn joins his city’s team, San Francisco Giants. When Renard loses his job and consequently his family, he becomes even more obsessed with Rayburn. As Rayburn’s game performance declines, a restless Renard decides to help him, but ends up taking things to the extreme. 

Starring:
Robert De Niro, Wesley Snipes, Benicio Del Toro, John Leguizamo, Jack Black, Ellen Barkin
Directed By:
Tony Scott
39. Tell Tale (2009)
8
2
Tell Tale
R
8
2
Starring:
Lena Headey, Michael K. Williams, Michael Kenneth Williams, Brian Cox, Josh Lucas, Jamie Harrold
Directed By:
Michael Cuesta
40. Big Time (2001)
10
2
Big Time
10
2
Starring:
Bridget Butler, Vene L. Arcoraci, Kim Kopf, C.C. Costigan, Eric Geller
Directed By:
Sean McHugh, Jerry Heiss, Peter Toumasis
41. Cityscrapes: Los Angeles (1994)
9
2
Cityscrapes: Los Angeles
9
2
Starring:
John Reilly, David Packer, Daphne Zuniga, Leslie Hope
Directed By:
Michael Becker
42. The King of Ads (1991)
9
2
The King of Ads
9
2
Starring:
Vanessa Paradis, Emmanuelle Seigner
Directed By:
Patrice Leconte, Martin Scorsese, Ridley Scott, David Lynch, Bob Giraldi
43. Agent Orange (2004)
8
2
Agent Orange
8
2
Starring:
Jessica Stam, Christopher Carley, Troy A. Cephers
Directed By:
Tony Scott

TV Movie(s)

1. The Gathering Storm (2002)
11
3
The Gathering Storm
G
11
3
Starring:
Ronnie Barker, Derek Jacobi, Vanessa Redgrave, Albert Finney, Tom Hiddleston, Lena Headey, Linus Roache
Directed By:
Richard Loncraine
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Made for Television Movie
2. RKO 281 (1999)
10
2
RKO 281
R
10
2
Starring:
Roy Scheider, James Cromwell, John Malkovich, Liev Schreiber, Melanie Griffith, Brenda Blethyn
Directed By:
Benjamin Ross
3. Into the Storm (2009)
10
2
Into the Storm
TV-PG
10
2
Starring:
Len Cariou, Brendan Gleeson, Jack Shepherd, Clive Mantle, Adrian Scarborough
Directed By:
Thaddeus O'Sullivan
4. Killing Lincoln (2013)
10
2
Killing Lincoln
10
2
Starring:
Tom Hanks, Billy Campbell, Geraldine Hughes, Regen Wilson, Jesse Johnson
Directed By:
Adrian Moat
5. Nomads (2010)
11
2
Nomads
11
2
Starring:
Scott Porter, Warren Kole, Luke Ford, Michaela McManus, Gabriella Wright
Directed By:
Ken Sanzel
6. The Real Robin Hood (2010)
10
2
The Real Robin Hood
10
2
Starring:
Cate Blanchett, Ridley Scott, Russell Crowe, Lockhart Ogilvie, Dominic Kinnaird
Directed By:
M. David Melvin
7. Gettysburg (2011)
10
2
Gettysburg
10
2
Starring:
Sam Rockwell, George Wunderlich, Peter Carmichael, Garry E. Adelman, Steven Knott
Directed By:
Adrian Moat
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Nonfiction Special
8. The Last Debate (2000)
9
2
The Last Debate
R
9
2
Starring:
James Garner, Donna Murphy, Peter Gallagher, Marco Sanchez, Audra McDonald
Directed By:
John Badham
9. Number One (1985)
9
2
Number One
9
2
Starring:
Alfred Molina, Mel Smith, Phil Daniels, P.H. Moriarty
Directed By:
Les Blair
10. Angelo nero (1998)
8
2
Angelo nero
8
2
Starring:
Ben Gazzara, Hanna Schygulla, Maria Schneider, Massimo Ranieri
Directed By:
Roberto Rocco
11. Law Dogs (2007)
8
2
Law Dogs
8
2
Starring:
Katheryn Winnick, Janeane Garofalo, Rachael Carpani, Lizette Carrion, Josh Cooke
Directed By:
Adam Bernstein
12. Orpheus (2006)
8
1
Orpheus
8
1
Starring:
Patrick J. Adams, Fairuza Balk, Eion Bailey, Mary Black, Nicholas D'Agosto
Directed By:
Bruce Beresford

Animation(s)

The Polar Bears (2012)
The Polar Bears
Starring:
Carlos Alazraqui, Megyn Price, Jonathan Adams, Armie Hammer, Lin-Manuel Miranda
Directed By:
John Stevenson, David Scott

TV Shows and Videos

The Good Wife (2009)
The Good Wife
TV-14
Starring:
Mamie Gummer, Gary Cole, Vanessa Lynn Williams, Gillian Jacobs, Connie Nielsen, Amy Irving, Elizabeth Reaser
Directed By:
Rosemary Rodriguez, Michael Zinberg, Brooke Kennedy, James Whitmore Jr., Félix Enríquez Alcalá
The Pillars of the Earth (2010)
The Pillars of the Earth
TV-MA
Starring:
Donald Sutherland, Alison Pill, Sam Claflin, Ian McShane, Eddie Redmayne, Matthew Macfadyen, Hayley Atwell
Directed By:
Sergio Mimica-Gezzan
George Michael: One More Try (1988)
George Michael: One More Try
Starring:
George Michael
Directed By:
Tony Scott
The Company (2007)
The Company
Starring:
Michael Keaton, Raoul Bova, Alfred Molina, Alessandro Nivola, Chris O'Donnell, Rory Cochrane
Directed By:
Mikael Salomon
Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael (1999)
Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael
Starring:
Kate Beckinsale, Tyra Banks, George Michael, Nadja Auermann, Scott Benoit
Directed By:
David Fincher, Tony Scott, Vaughan Arnell, Anthea Benton
World Without End (2012)
World Without End
Starring:
Tom Cullen, Charlotte Riley, Sarah Gadon, Cynthia Nixon, Miranda Richardson, Indira Varma, Ben Chaplin
Directed By:
Michael Caton-Jones
AFP: American Fighter Pilot (2002)
AFP: American Fighter Pilot
Starring:
Chris Penn, Todd Giggy, Mike Love, Marcus Gregory, Regina Pope
Numb3rs (2005)
Numb3rs
Starring:
Bill Nye, Jeremy Sisto, Sarah Rafferty, Alan Ruck, Christopher Lloyd, Kim Dickens, Rainn Wilson
Directed By:
Emilio Estevez, Dennis Smith, Alex Zakrzewski, John Behring, J. Miller Tobin
Nouvelles de Henry James (1974)
Nouvelles de Henry James
Starring:
Suzanne Flon, Tom Baker, Rufus, Catherine Samie, Edith Clever
Directed By:
Tony Scott
Kenny Loggins: Danger Zone (1986)
Kenny Loggins: Danger Zone
Starring:
Tom Cruise, Meg Ryan, Kelly McGillis, Kenny Loggins
Directed By:
Tony Scott
The Hunger (1997)
The Hunger
TV-MA
Starring:
Jennifer Beals, Margot Kidder, Eric Roberts, Anthony Michael Hall, Giovanni Ribisi, Daniel Craig, Lena Headey
Directed By:
Russell Mulcahy, Darrell Wasyk, Erik Canuel, Alain Desrochers, Daniel Grou
The Andromeda Strain (2008)
The Andromeda Strain
Starring:
Andre Braugher, Benjamin Bratt, Viola Davis, Christa Miller, Louis Ferreira, Ricky Schroder, Michal Suchánek
Directed By:
Mikael Salomon
Labyrinth (2012)
Labyrinth
Starring:
John Hurt, Sebastian Stan, Katie McGrath, Jessica Brown Findlay, Tom Felton, Tony Curran, Vanessa Kirby
Directed By:
Christopher Smith
Coma (2012)
Coma
TV-14
Starring:
Richard Dreyfuss, James Woods, Geena Davis, Joe Morton, Steven Pasquale, Lauren Ambrose
Directed By:
Mikael Salomon
Call of Duty ELITE: Friday Night Fights (2011)
Call of Duty ELITE: Friday Night Fights
M
Starring:
Stacy Keibler, Justine Ezarik, Mike Rufail, Ryan Wyatt, Christina Hansen

Tony Scott Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards
Gettysburg Outstanding Nonfiction Special 2011
The Gathering Storm Outstanding Made for Television Movie 2002