Sunday, January 27, 2008

Directors Guild of America Awards 2008

The Directors Guild of America announced the winners of its awards today:

For Outstanding Directional Achievement in:

Feature Film
No Country for Old Men, Joel Coen, Ethan Coen
Other Nominees:
Into the Wild, Sean Penn
Michael Clayton, Tony Gilroy
Le Scaphandre et le Papillion, Julian Schnabel
There Will Be Blood, Paul Thomas Anderson

Movies for Television/Miniseries
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, Yves SimoneauOther Nominees:
The Bronx is Burning, Jeremiah S. Chechik
The Company, Mikael Salomon
Oprah Winfrey Presents: Mitch Albom’s For One More Day, Lloyd Kramer
The Starter Wife, Jon Avnet

Dramatic Series
Mad Men, Alan TaylorOther Nominees:
Lost ‘Through the Looking Glass’, Jack Bender
Lost ‘The Brig’, Eric Laneuville
The Sopranos ‘Made in America’, David Chase
The Sopranos ‘Soprano’s Home Movies’, Timothy Van Patten

Comedy Series
Pushing Daisies, Barry Sonnenfeld
Other Nominees:
30 Rock ‘Rosemary’s Baby’, Michael Engler
30 Rock ‘Somebody to Love’, Beth McCarthy-Miller
Desperate Housewives, David Grossman
Entourage, David Nutter

Musical Variety
61st Annual Tony Awards, Glenn P Weiss
Other Nominees:
The Colbert Report, Jim Hoskinson
The Daily Show, Chuck O’Neil
Late Show with David Letterman, Jerry Foley
79th Annual Academy Awards, Louis J Horvitz

Reality Programs
The Amazing Race, Bertram van Munster

Daytime Series
One Life to Live, Larry Carpenter

Ghosts of Cite Soleil, Asger Leth

Production Company MJZ UK, Nicolai Fuglsig

Children’s Programs
Jump In, Paul Hoen

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