66th Annual Directors Guild Awards Winners

66th Annual Directors Guild Awards Nominees Announced

As the road to Oscar carries on, the competition for Best Picture is not keeping calm. At the 66th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards, the top honor went to Alfonso Cuarón, who has previous won at the Critics Choice and Golden Globes. 12 Years a Slave and Gravity have been neck and neck, vying for votes and smashing expectations everywhere. With this win, it would seem as though Cuarón has this one in the bag for Best Director, but I wouldn’t count Slave out of the running for Best Picture. Check out the full list of DGA winners after the break. 

Gravity also split the PGA Award for Best Picture with 12 Years a Slave. However, 12 Years a Slave has been gobbling up Best Picture awards at the same events. It will be interesting to see if we get another repeat of last year’s Academy Awards with the Best Director and Best Picture going to two separate movies. Check out the full winners list of the 66th Annual DGA Awards below:

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

  • Alfonso Cuaron, Gravity (WINNER)
  • Paul Greengrass, Captain Phillips
  • Steve McQueen, 12 Years a Slave
  • David O. Russell, American Hustle
  • Martin Scorsese, The Wolf of Wall Street

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary

  • Jehane Noujaim, The Square (WINNER)
  • Zachary Heinzerling, Cutie and the Boxer
  • Joshua Oppenheimer, The Act of Killing
  • Sarah Polley, Stories We Tell
  • Lucy Walker, The Crash Reel

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Mini-Series

  • Stephen Frears, Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight (HBO)
  • David Mamet, Phil Spector (HBO)
  • Beth McCarthy-Miller & Rob Ashford, The Sound of Music Live! (NBC)
  • Nelson McCormick, Killing Kennedy (National Geographic Channel)
  • Steven Soderberg, Behind the Candelabra (HBO) (WINNER)

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series

  • Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad, “Blood Money” (AMC)
  • David Fincher, House of Cards, “Chapter 1” (Netflix)
  • Vince Gilligan, Breaking Bad, “Felina” (AMC) (WINNER)
  • Lesli Linka, Glatter Homeland, “The Star” (Showtime)
  • David Nutter, Game of Thrones, “The Rains of Castamere” (HBO)

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series

  • Mark Cendrowski, The Big Bang Theory, “The Hofstadter Insufficiency” (CBS)
  • Bryan Cranston, Modern Family, “The Old Man & The Tree” (ABC)
  • Gail Mancuso, Modern Family, “My Hero” (ABC)
  • Beth McCarthy-Miller, 30 Rock, “Hogcock!/Last Lunch” (NBC) (WINNER)
  • Anthony Rich, The Big Bang Theory, “The Love Spell Potential” (CBS)

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Regularly Scheduled Programming

  • Dave Diomedi, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, “#799” (NBC)
  • Andy Fisher, Jimmy Kimmel Live, “#13-1810” (ABC)
  • Jim Hoskinson, The Colbert Report, “#10004” (Comedy Central)
  • Don Roy King, Saturday Night Live, “Saturday Night Live with Host Justin Timberlake” (NBC) (WINNER)
  • Chuck O’Neil, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, “#19018” (Comedy Central)

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Specials

  • Louis C.K., Louis C.K.: Oh My God (HBO)
  • Joel Gallen, 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony (HBO)
  • Louis J. Horvitz, The 55th Annual Grammy Awards (CBS)
  • Don Mischer, The 85th Annual Academy Awards (ABC)
  • Glenn Weiss The 67th Annual Tony Awards (CBS) (WINNER)

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Reality Programs

  • Matthew Bartley The Biggest Loser, “1501” (NBC)
  • Neil P. DeGroot 72 Hours, “The Lost Coast” (TNT) (WINNER)
  • Paul Starkman Top Chef, “Glacial Gourmand” (Bravo)
  • J. Rupert Thompson The Hero, “Teamwork” (TNT)
  • Bertram van Munster The Amazing Race, “Beards in the Wind” (CBS)

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs

  • Stephen Herek, Jinxed (Nickelodeon)
  • Jeffrey Hornaday, Teen Beach Movie (Disney Channel)
  • Jonathan Judge, Swindle (Nickelodeon)
  • Amy Schatz, An Apology to Elephants (HBO) (WINNER)
  • Adam Weissman, A.N.T. Farm, “influANTces” (Disney Channel)

Special Awards

Steven Soderbergh – Robert B. Aldrich Service Award – Given in in recognition of extraordinary service to the Directors Guild of America and to its membership.

Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers – DGA Diversity Award –  Given in recognition of commitment to diversity hiring and providing jobs and opportunities to women and minorities in DGA-covered categories.

Lee Blaine – Frank Capra Achievement Award – Given to an Assistant Director or Unit Production Manager in recognition of their career and service to the industry and the DGA.

Vincent DeDario – Franklin J. Schaffner Achievement Award –  Given to an Associate Director or Stage Manager in recognition of their service to the industry and DGA.

Be sure to keep up with all of the updates on Awards season by following the tag, Movie Awards.

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Source: Directors Guild of America

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