The very versatile American actor, writer, producer and director George Clooney has been the highest grossing actors of all time delivering wonderful films that are par excellence. Apart from winning accolades for his work as an actor, the very talented George stepped foot in the shoes of a director and has also penned down amazing screenplays for his films, Clooney has always directed films that are true stories and have been inspirations of people’s lives! Let’s take a look at some of the films which have been a part of his amazing journey as a director: loved and appreciated
and the other as a CIA Assassin. George Clooney’s directorial debut was received by the audiences well and lead actor Rockwell also went to winning quite a few awards for his performance as Chuck, Clooney’s second directorial venture was a historical drama film based on the conflict between a veteran radio and television journalist. The movie focused on the theme of media responsibility, and also addressed what occurs when the media voices an opinion of dissent from government policy, George Clooney starrer comedy film leatherheads was also Clooney’s third movie as a director. The film revolved around Dodge Connolly, captain of a 1920’s football team, wanting to give the sagging sport a boost and capture the country’s attention, Adaptation of Willimon’s play Farragut North, starring George
Clooney himself with Ryan Gosling, is a political drama film. The film is about Stephen Meyers, a young idealist who’s brilliant at communications, and second in command of Governor Mike Morris’s presidential campaign getting involved in a major political scandal that jeopardises Mike’s shot at presidency, Last but not the least, the last directorial flick of George Clooney is a film based on the non-fiction book The Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History by Robert M. Edsel and Bret Witter. The film revolves around the concept of an allied group from the monuments, fine arts and archives program being given a task of finding and saving pieces of art and other culturally important items before Nazis destroy or steal them, during World War II.