Academy Award-winning filmmaker Elia Kazan, who directed some of the most influential movies of all time, including On the Waterfront, East of Eden and A Streetcar Named Desire, died Sunday at his home in Manhattan. He was 94. A cause of death was not given. Kazan was also a giant of the theater world, having earned the best director Tony three times. Despite the acclaim, Kazan was assailed for naming names during the Communist witchhunt in the 1950s. Those old wounds were reopened in 1999 when the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences decided to bestow upon Kazan an honorary Oscar. At the ceremony, some audience members — including Nick Nolte and Ed Harris — refused to applaud when his name was announced.