Gibson received two Academy Awards, Best Director and Best Picture, for his 1995 direction of Braveheart
It won four Oscars including: best picture, best actor (Dustin Hoffman), best director (Barry Levinson), and best original screenplay.
Two: Best Actor (Sean Penn) and Best Supporting Actor (Tim Robbins).
James Cameron won the Academy Award for Best Director in 1997 for directing "Titanic".
No. The Academy Award for Best Picture of 1951 went to "An American in Paris." Although "The African Queen" received four Oscar nods (Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director and Adapted Screenplay), it was not a Best Picture nominee. Humphrey Bogart won the film's only Oscar for his performance as Charlie Allnutt.
The 1991 film, "The Silence of the Lambs" swept the Bests: Best Picture, Best Actor (Anthony Hopkins), Best Actress (Jodie Foster), Best Director (Jonathan Demme), and Best Writing (Ted Tally).
Mel Gibson won two Academy Awards for Braveheart: Best Picture and Best Director.As an actor, Mel Gibson has never won an Academy Award nor been nominated for one.PCH: Best Directorbest diretor
Martin Scorsese for The Departed.
Director Steven Spielberg gave the award for Best Picture to Slumdog Millionaire (2008).
"Million Dollar Baby" won 4 Academy Awards 1) Best Picture 2) Best Director 3) Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role 4) Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
The Silence of the Lambs (1991).
Five: Best Picture, Director, Actor, Actress and Screenplay.
"Amadeus," the 1984 drama based on the Tony Award-winning play about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, won Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director (Miloš Forman) and Best Actor (F. Murray Abraham, who played Mozart's envious rival, Antonio Salieri).
"The King's Speech" won four 2010 Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Actor (Colin Firth), Best Director (Tom Hooper) and Best Original Screenplay (David Seidler). The only other 2010 film to win four Oscars was "Inception," which won in several technical categories.
Four: Best Picture, Best Director (Clint Eastwood), Best Supporting Actor (Gene Hackman) and Editing.