4. Director's Acrylic Clapperboard ($25) - His directorial debut, 1980’s Ordinary People, is the only film for which he’s won an Oscar. In 2002 he received an honorary one for Lifetime Achievement. He was snubbed a nomination even this year for his solo, nearly silent performance in All Is Lost.
5. NEBB by Moscot Originals ($240) - In 1981, Redford and a group of friends gathered in Utah to launch what would become the Sundance Institute Filmmakers & Directors Lab, where emerging artists continue to work with leading writers and directors to bring their vision to the screen.
6. Sierra Club Membership ($15+) - A dedicated environmentalist who’s supported (and sat on the board of) many environmental organizations, he founded the Redford Center — an extension of his activities at Sundance focused primarily on “transforming social and environmental issues into films that inspire positive change.”