That last film, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, won Schnabel the best-director prize at Cannes.
J ulian Schnabel, director of Miral , was nominated for an Academy Award for his film The Diving Bell and the Butterfly.
“I never really took the easy way in any way of my life, whether it was school, or working, or whatever it is,” Schnabel says.
Big, bearded, and graying, Schnabel lives in a neo-Venetian palazzo in Greenwich Village.
As any tried-and-true creative force, Schnabel kept producing.
Schnabel wanted to regale me with a sumptuous supper, but I only took a cup of broth.
Schnabel considered all glaucoma cups to be formed in this way, independent of tension.
The body is pyriform, broadly truncate on the anterior end, in the middle of which rises a papilliform process (Schnabel).
Schnabel, on seeing the newcomer, asked him to try the piano.
You should hear Schnabel; all Berlin is wild over him, and whenever he gives a concert the house is sold out.