The Artist and Michel Hazanavicius Win DGA

In yet another win last night at the Directors Guild of America Awards, The Artist and its director, Michel Hazanavicius, ran away with Outstanding Director in a Feature Film. After winning the Producers Guild Award for best Theatrical Motion Picture last week, The Artist‘s big success at the DGAs seemed almost inevitable.

See below for the full listing of winners from the DGAs. (Winners in BOLD)

Source: IMDb


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Daytime Serials


General Hospital: William Ludel
For episode “Intervention”

The Young and the Restless: Mike Denney
For episode “From the Grave”

All My Children: Casey Childs
For episode “The Send Off”

All My Children: Angela Tessinari
For episode “In the Wee Small Hours…”

One Life to Live: Larry Carpenter
For episode “Erika’s 40th”

The Bold and the Beautiful: Cynthia J. Popp
For episode “Brooke Berry”

General Hospital: Scott McKinsey
For episode “Forces of Nature”

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures


Midnight in Paris: Woody Allen

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: David Fincher

The Artist: Michel Hazanavicius

Hugo: Martin Scorsese

The Descendants: Alexander Payne

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical Variety


The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts: Louis J. Horvitz

Saturday Night Live: Don Roy King
For an episode with host Justin Timberlake

The 65th Annual Tony Awards: Glenn Weiss

The 83rd Annual Academy Awards: Don Mischer

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Chuck O’Neil
For episode #16070

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary


George Harrison: Living in the Material World: Martin Scorsese

Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory: Bruce Sinofsky, Joe Berlinger

Project Nim: James Marsh

Bill Cunningham New York: Richard Press

The Interrupters: Steve James

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series


Curb Your Enthusiasm: Robert B. Weide
For episode “Palestinian Chicken”

Modern Family: Fred Savage
For episode “After the Fire”

Modern Family: Michael Spiller
For episode “Express Christmas”

Curb Your Enthusiasm: David Steinberg
For episode “The Divorce”

30 Rock: Don Scardino
For episode “Double-Edged Sword”

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs


A Child’s Garden of Poetry: Amy Schatz

Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred: John Fortenberry

Lemonade Mouth: Patricia Riggen

Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure: Michael Lembeck

Best Player: Damon Santostefano

Geek Charming: Jeffrey Hornaday

Best Player: Damon Santostefano

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series


Homeland: Michael Cuesta
For episode “Pilot”

The Killing: Patty Jenkins
For episode “Pilot”

Friday Night Lights: Michael Waxman
For episode “Always”

Friday Night Lights (series): Michael Waxman (director)
For episode “Always (Series Finale)”

Breaking Bad: Vince Gilligan
For episode “Face Off”

Game of Thrones: Timothy Van Patten
For episode “Winter Is Coming (Pilot)”

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Reality Programs


Fear Factor: J. Rupert Thompson
For episode “Scorpion Tales”

Masterchef: Brian Smith
For episode #201

The Next Iron Chef: Eytan Keller
For episode #401

The Biggest Loser: Neil DeGroot
For episode #1115

The Amazing Race: Bertram van Munster
For episode “You Don’t Get Paid Unless You Win?”

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television/Mini-Series


Five (segment “Pearl”): Patty Jenkins

Beyond the Blackboard: Jeff Bleckner

Five (segment “Lili”): Alicia Keys

Five (segment “Cheyanne”): Penelope Spheeris

Five (segment “Mia”): Jennifer Aniston

Five (segment “Charlotte”): Demi Moore

Girl Fight: Stephen Gyllenhaal

The Kennedys: Jon Cassar

Thurgood: Michael Stevens


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