Governors Awards One Degree of Separation

Choose one Governors Award winner from the top row and one from the bottom row to see how they are connected!

Lauren Bacall

John Calley

Roger Corman

Gordon Willis

Lauren Bacall John Calley Roger Corman Gordon Willis
     
  • Roger Corman directed Alex Rocco in “The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre”
    Alex Rocco was photographed by Gordon Willis in “The Godfather”
  • Roger Corman produced “Dementia 13,” directed by Francis Ford Coppola
    Francis Ford Coppola directed “The Godfather” trilogy, photographed by Gordon Willis
  • Roger Corman directed Robert De Niro in “Bloody Mama”
    De Niro appeared in “The Godfather Part II,” photographed by Gordon Willis
  • Roger Corman produced and directed “The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre,” starring Jason Robards
    Jason Robards was photographed by Gordon Willis in “All the President’s Men” and “Comes a Horseman”
  • Roger Corman produced and directed “The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre,” starring George Segal
    George Segal was photographed by Gordon Willis in “Loving”
  • Roger Corman produced and directed “Gas!” and executive produced “The Dunwich Horror,” both co-starring Talia Shire
    Talia Shire was photographed by Gordon Willis in “The Godfather” trilogy, and directed and photographed by Willis in “Windows”
     
Lauren Bacall John Calley Roger Corman Gordon Willis

Lauren Bacall

John Calley

Roger Corman

Gordon Willis