Martin Scorsese filmography

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Scorsese at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival

Martin Scorsese (born November 17, 1942) is an American director, producer, screenwriter, actor, and film historian whose career spans more than fifty years. Scorsese has directed twenty-five narrative films to date.

His movies Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, and Goodfellas are often cited among the greatest films ever made.[1]

According to Box Office Mojo, Scorsese's 24 feature films have earned a lifetime gross of $1,917.8 million.

Feature narrative films[edit]

Year Title Director Producer Writer Notes
1967 Who's That Knocking at My Door Yes No Yes
1969 Bezeten, Het Gat in de Muur No No Yes
1972 Boxcar Bertha Yes No No
1973 Mean Streets Yes Yes Yes Co-written with Mardik Martin
1974 Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore Yes No No
1976 Taxi Driver Yes No No
1977 New York, New York Yes No No
1980 Raging Bull Yes No No
1982 The King of Comedy Yes No No
1985 After Hours Yes No No
1986 The Color of Money Yes No No
1988 The Last Temptation of Christ Yes No No
1990 Goodfellas Yes Yes Yes Co-written with Nicholas Pileggi
1991 Cape Fear Yes No No
1993 The Age of Innocence Yes No Yes Co-written with Jay Cocks
1995 Casino Yes No Yes Co-written with Nicholas Pileggi
1997 Kundun Yes No No
1999 Bringing Out the Dead Yes No No
2002 Gangs of New York Yes No No
2004 The Aviator Yes No No
2006 The Departed Yes No No
2010 Shutter Island Yes Yes No
2011 Hugo Yes Yes No
2013 The Wolf of Wall Street Yes Yes No
2016 Silence Yes Yes Yes Co-written with Jay Cocks
2019 The Irishman Yes Yes No
TBA Untitled Martin Scorsese project Yes TBA TBA
TBA Killers of the Flower Moon Yes TBA TBA

Documentary films[edit]

Year Title Director Producer Writer Notes
1966 New York City... Melting Point Yes No Yes
1970 Street Scenes Yes No No
1973 Martin Scorsese: Back on the Block Yes No No Short subject
1974 Italianamerican Yes No No
1978 The Last Waltz Yes No No
1978 American Boy: A Profile of Steven Prince Yes No No Short subject
1995 A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese
Through American Movies
Yes Yes Yes Co-directed with Michael Henry Wilson
1999 My Voyage to Italy Yes No Yes Melbourne International Film Festival Best Documentary
National Board of Review William K. Everson Film History Award
National Society of Film Critics Award Special Award
Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Documentary Film
2001 The Concert for New York City Yes No No Segment: "The Neighborhood"
2004 Lady by the Sea: The Statue of Liberty Yes Yes No Co-directed and written with Kent Jones
2005 No Direction Home: Bob Dylan Yes Yes No Grammy Award for Best Long Form Music Video
Nominated—Emmy Award for Outstanding Direction for Nonfiction Programming
2008 Shine a Light Yes No No
2010 A Letter to Elia Yes Yes Yes
Public Speaking Yes Yes No Nominated—Gotham Independent Film Awards 2010
2011 George Harrison: Living in the Material World Yes Yes No Director Critics' Choice Movie Award Best Documentary
Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Documentary
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Direction for a Nonfiction Program (won)
2014 The 50 Year Argument[2] Yes Yes No Co-directed with David Tedeschi
2019 Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan
Story by Martin Scorsese
Yes No No

Interviewee[edit]

Short films[edit]

Year Title Notes
1959 Vesuvius VI
1963 What's a Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Place Like This?
1964 It's Not Just You, Murray!
1967 The Big Shave L'Âge d'or  – Knokke-le-Zoute Film Festival
1989 New York Stories Segment: Life Lessons
1990 Made in Milan
2007 The Key to Reserva
2015 The Audition

Television work[edit]

Year Title Director Executive
Producer
Writer Notes
1986 Amazing Stories Yes No No Episode "Mirror, Mirror"
2010–14 Boardwalk Empire Yes Yes No Episode Boardwalk Empire (series premiere)
Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – Drama Series
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series
2016 Vinyl Yes Yes Story Episode "Pilot"

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Artist
1987 "Bad" Michael Jackson
"Somewhere Down the Crazy River" Robbie Robertson

Commercials[edit]

Year Title[4] Director Himself Company / Product Notes
1968 N/A Yes No Icelandic Airlines
N/A Yes No Revlon
1986 N/A Yes No Giorgio Armani / Emporio Armani Two commercials
1998 N/A No Yes U.S. Satellite Broadcasting
2002 "Scorsese" No Yes Johnnie Walker
2003 "One Hour Photo" No Yes American Express
2004 "My Life. My Card." Yes No American Express / Tribeca Film Festival
2007 "The Members Project" No Yes American Express Member's Project
The Key to Reserva Yes Yes Freixenet Cava Long-form commercial
2008 “Be Sensible” No Yes AT&T Public service announcement
2010 "Bleu de Chanel" Yes No Bleu de Chanel
2012 "NY Taxi" No Yes Apple iPhone 4S
2013 "Street of Dreams" Yes No The One by Dolce & Gabbana
2015 The Audition Yes Yes Studio City Long-form commercial

Acting performances[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1967 Who's That Knocking at My Door Thug #2 Cameo
1970 Street Scenes Himself / Interviewer
1972 Boxcar Bertha Brothel customer Cameo
1973 Martin Scorsese: Back on the Block Himself
Mean Streets Jimmy Shorts / Charlie Cappa's narration Cameo
1974 Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore Man in cafeteria
Italianamerican Himself Uncredited
1976 Cannonball Mafioso #1
Taxi Driver Passenger Watching Silhouette / Man Outside Senator's Building
1978 The Last Waltz Himself / Interviewer
1980 Raging Bull Barbizon Stagehand Voice
In the Pope's Eye TV director
1983 The King of Comedy TV director / Man In Green Van Cameo
Anna Pavlova Giulio Gatti-Casazza
1985 After Hours Man with searchlight Cameo
1986 The Color of Money Opening narrator / Man Playing Pool / Man Walking Dog Uncredited
Round Midnight R. W. Goodley
1988 The Last Temptation of Christ Isaiah Uncredited
1989 New York Stories Man having picture taken with Lionel Dobie Uncredited cameo
1990 Dreams Vincent van Gogh
The Grifters Opening voice-over Uncredited
1991 Guilty by Suspicion Joe Lesser
1992 The Player Himself
1993 The Age of Innocence Photographer Uncredited cameo
1994 Quiz Show Martin Rittenhome
1995 Search and Destroy The Accountant
A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese
Through American Movies
Himself Host
1998 With Friends Like These...
In Search of Kundun with Martin Scorsese
1999 The Muse
Bringing Out the Dead Dispatcher
My Voyage to Italy Himself Host
2002 Gangs of New York Wealthy homeowner
2003 Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin Himself
2004 The Aviator Hell's Angel's projectionist Voice;
Uncredited
Shark Tale Sykes Voice role
2005 Curb Your Enthusiasm Himself 2 episodes
No Direction Home: Bob Dylan Voice;
Uncredited
2007 The Key to Reserva
Val Lewton: The Man in the Shadows Himself Host
2008 Shine a Light Male gigolo Uncredited
Entourage Himself
2011 Hugo Cameraman
2012 Martin Scorsese Eats a Cookie[5] Himself Short film
Bad 25
2013 The Wolf of Wall Street John Voice;
Uncredited
2015 Campus Code Doctor
The Audition Himself

Producer credits[edit]

Other credits

Year Title Credit
1970 Item 72-D: The Adventures of Spa and Fon Consulting producer
1971 We Have Come for Your Daughters Associate producer

Editing[edit]

Year Title Notes
1966 New York City... Melting Point
1967 The Big Shave
1970 Woodstock
1971 We Have Come for Your Daughters Uncredited
1972 Unholy Rollers Supervising editor

Additional credits[edit]

Year Title Credit Notes
1963 Inesita Photographer
1970 Woodstock Assistant director
1972 Elvis on Tour Montage supervisor
1995 Rough Magic Presenter
2000 Love's Labour's Lost U.S. release
2005 Brooklyn Lobster
2008 Gomorrah U.S. release

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AFI's 100 Greatest American Films of All Time" - 4.Raging Bull (1980) 52.Taxi Driver (1976) 92.Goodfellas (1990)". American Film Institute. Retrieved February 26, 2017
  2. ^ "Martin Scorsese premiere for Sheffield Doc/Fest", BBC, May 8, 2014
  3. ^ Okazaki, Steven (Director) (November 25, 2016). Mifune: The Last Samurai (Motion picture). United States: Creative Associates Limited.
  4. ^ Obias, Rudie (July 23, 2015). "8 Commercials Directed by Martin Scorsese". Mental Floss. Retrieved March 1, 2018.
  5. ^ [1]