Ang Lee Wins Best Director for Life of Pi

Posted on February 25, 2013

Ang Lee Wins Best Director at 2013 Oscars


Ang Lee picked up the Best Directing Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards for his visually stunning film, Life of Pi, which is based on the Yann Martel novel of the same name. The award was presented by Michael Douglas and Jane Fonda. In his acceptance speech, Lee thanked the movie god. Others thanked by Lee included Yann Martel, Fox, his producers, the cast, Taiwan, his wife, children and agent. Life of Pi also won four other Oscars. It deserved all the accolades. It was an amazing movie. Take a look:



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