A Thousand Clowns
Released Dec. 13, 1965, this movie had scenes shot in Garden City. Martin Balsam won Best Supporting Actor for his role as the brother and agent of an unemployed television writer. The film also received three other nominations.

The Age of Innocence
Released Sept. 17, 1993, scenes in this film were shot in Old Westbury. Gabriella Pescucci won Best Costume Design for the movie, set in the 1870s. It also received four other nominations.

Annie Hall

Woody Allen in Annie Hall

Released April 20, 1977, this classic was shot partly in the Hamptons. Woody Allen won Best Director, Diane Keaton won Best Actress for the title role as a struggling nightclub singer and the movie won Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay.

Blood and Sand
Released May 30, 1941, this flick featured scenes shot in Long Beach. It won Best Cinematography. The movie was also nominated for Best Production Design.

Blue Jasmine
Released Aug. 23, 2013, scenes in this movie were shot in Quogue. Cate Blanchett won Best Actress for her role as Jasmine Francis, a Manhattan socialite who falls on hard times. Sally Hawkins was nominated for Best Supporting Actress and Woody Allen for Best Original Screenplay.

Born on the Fourth of July

Tom Cruise in Born on the Fourth of July.

Released Dec. 20, 1989, this film had scenes shot in Massapequa. Oliver Stone won Best Director. Tom Cruise was nominated for Best Actor.

Citizen Kane

A scene from Citizen Kane.

Released Sept. 5, 1941, this classic was partly filmed at Oheka Castle in Huntington. It won Best Original Screenplay. The film was also nominated for eight other Oscars.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Jim Carey and Kate Winslet in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

Released March 19, 2004, this film had scenes shot in Rockville Centre, Montauk, and Wainscott. It won for Best Original Screenplay.  

Freeheld
Released Oct. 16, 2015, this movie featured scenes shot in Manhasset, Jones Beach and Lido Beach. It won Best Documentary Short Subject.

The Godfather

Sonny gets whacked in The Godfather.

Released March 24, 1972, this classic had scenes shot at Mitchell Field and in Sands Point. It won Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay and Marlon Brando won Best Actor in a Leading Role for his role as Don Corleone.

Goodfellas

Joe Pesci and Ray Liotta in Goodfellas

Released Sept. 19, 1990, this movie had scenes shot in Atlantic Beach, Valley Stream, Lawrence, and Oyster Bay. Joe Pesci won for Best Supporting Actor for his role as hot-heated mobster Tommy DeVito. The film also received five other nominations.

The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby
Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jay Gatsby.

Released May 1, 2013, this movie featured shots of The Gold Coast. It won for Production Design and Costume Design.

Love Story
Released Dec. 16, 1970, this movie had scenes shot in Old Westbury. It won Best Original Music Score. The movie also had six other nominations.

Mighty Aphrodite

Woody Allen and Mira Sorvino in Mighty Aphrodite.

Released Oct. 27, 1995, this comedy had scenes shot at Belmont Park in Nassau County and Quogue. Mira Sorvino won Best Supporting Actress for her role as reformed porn star Linda Ash.

Miracle on 34th Street

Edmund Gwenn as Kris Kringle in Miracle on 34th Street.

Released May 2, 1947, scenes in this flick were shot in Port Washington. It won Best Story, Best Writing Adapted Screenplay, Edmund Gwenn won Best Supporting Actor and the film was nominated for Best Picture.

Pollock
Released Dec. 15, 2000, this movie had scenes shot in Springs and East Hampton. Marcia Gay Harden won Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her role as artist Lee Krasner, Jackson Pollack’s wife. Ed Harris was nominated for Best Actor.

Raging Bull
Released Dec. 19, 1980, this classic was shot in part in Lido Beach. Robert DeNiro won Best Actor for his role as self-destructive boxer Jake LaMotta and the movie won for Best Film Editing. It also had six other nominations.

Reversal Of Fortune
Released Nov. 9, 1990, this film had scenes shot in Old Bethpage. Jeremy Irons won Best Actor for his role as European aristocrat Claus von Bülow. The movie had two other nominations.

Sabrina

Audry Hepburn in Sabrina

Released Sept. 22, 1954, this flick had scenes shot in Glen Cove. Edith Head won for Costume Design. It also had five other nominations.

Scent Of A Woman
Released Dec. 23, 1992, this movie had scenes shot in Sands Point. Al Pacino won Best Actor for his role as Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade, a blind alcoholic, and the movie had three other nominations.

Splendor in the Grass
Released Oct. 10, 1961, this flick featured scenes shot in Brookhaven. It won for Best Original Screenplay.

Still Alice

Julianne Moore and Alec Baldwin in Still Alice.

Released Dec. 5, 2014, this movie was shot partly in Lido Beach. Julianne Moore won Best Actress for her title role as an Alzheimer’s disease survivor.

Wall Street
Released Dec. 11, 1987, this classic was partly shot in the Hamptons. Michael Douglas won Best Actor for his role as ruthless corporate raider Gordon Gekko.

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