"A John Ford Film was a visual gratification."
- Alfred Hitchcock
John Ford directed over 137 films and worked on circa 80 other projects, documentaries and short films.
Twenty three of Ford films received Oscars and with six going to him personally, four for Best Director - and Ford still holds the record for winning the most Oscars for Best Director along with claiming the very first AFI Lifetime Achievement Award.
During a prolific film career spanning almost six decades, Ford's epic body of work includes acclaimed films such as; 'The Informer’ ‘The Grapes of Wrath’, ‘The Quiet Man’, ‘Stagecoach’, ‘My Darling Clementine’, ‘Fort Apache’ , ‘She Wore A Yellow Ribbon’, ‘Rio Grande’ ‘How Green Was My Valley’, ‘The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance’ and ‘The Searchers’ to name but a few.
His directorial skill pushed cinema beyond entertainment into enduring cinematic works of art.