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Poll: Steven Soderbergh's Critically Acclaimed Movies

Steven Soderbergh, born on 14 January 1963, is one of the early pioneers of modern independent cinema. He became the youngest solo director to win Palm d'Or at the age of 26.

Though he is mostly known for commercially successful heist thrillers, he always has had an arthouse approach to his movies. Here is the list of movies directed by Steven Soderbergh that won or got nominated for major awards or film festivals.

Which of these movies do you like the most?

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    Traffic (2000)

    Winner — Academy Award for Best Director

    Nominated — Best Direction (BAFTA), Best Director (Golden Globe), Golden Bear (51st Berlin International Film Festival)

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    Side Effects (2013)

    Nominated — Golden Bear (63rd Berlin International Film Festival)
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    Erin Brockovich (2000)

    Nominated — Best Director (Oscar, Golden Globe) and Best Direction (BAFTA)
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    Solaris (2002)

    Nominated — Golden Bear (53rd Berlin International Film Festival)
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    Sex, Lies, and Videotape (1989)

    Palme d'Or (1989 Cannes Film Festival)

    FIPRESCI Prize - In Competition (1989 Cannes Film Festival)

    Nominated — Best Original Screenplay (Oscar, BAFTA) and Best Screenplay (Golden Globe)

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    Che: Part One (2008)

    Including: Che: Part Two (2008)

    Nominated — Palme d'Or (2008 Cannes Film Festival)

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    The Laundromat (2019)

    Nominated — Golden Lion (76th Venice International Film Festival)
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    Behind The Candelabra (2013)

    Winner — Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special

    Nominated — Palme d'Or and Queer Palm (2013 Cannes Film Festival)

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    The Good German (2006)

    Nominated — Golden Bear (57th Berlin International Film Festival)
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    King of the Hill (1993)

    Nominated — Palme d'Or (1993 Cannes Film Festival)

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