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Directors Guild Awards 2023: premiati Daniel Kwan e Daniel Scheinert – tutti i vincitori

Ad essere premiati ai 75esimi Directors Guild Awards sono stati Daniel Kawan e Daniel Scheinert per Everything Everywhere All At Once.



Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Theatrical Feature Film

  • Todd Field, TÁR (Focus Features)
    Unit Production Manager: Nigel Wooll, First Assistant Director: Sebastian Fahr-Brix
  • Joseph Kosinski, Top Gun: Maverick (Paramount Pictures)
    Unit Production Managers: LeeAnn Stonebreaker, Tommy Harper, First Assistant Director: Scott Robertson, Second Assistant Directors: Andrew Stahl, Robert E. Kay, Second Second Assistant Director: Spencer Taylor
  • Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert, Everything Everywhere All at Once (A24) – WINNER
    Unit Production Manager: Allison Rose Carter, First Assistant Director: Rodney Smith, Second Assistant Director: John Nasraway, Second Second Assistant Director: Ken C. Wu
  • Martin McDonagh, The Banshees of Inisherin (Searchlight Pictures)
    First Assistant Director: Peter Kohn
  • Steven Spielberg, The Fabelmans (Universal Pictures)
    Unit Production Manager: Carla Raij, First Assistant Director: Josh McLaglen, Second Assistant Director: Heather Wagner-Wang, Second Second Assistant Director: David Stickler

Outstanding Directorial Achievement of a First-Time Feature Film Director

  • Alice Diop, Saint Omer (/SuperNEON)
  • Audrey Diwan, Happening (IFC Films)
  • John Patton Ford, Emily the Criminal (Roadside Attractions/Vertical Entertainment)
  • Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović, Murina (Kino Lorber)
  • Charlotte Wells, Aftersun (A24) – WINNER

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary

  • Matthew Heineman – Retrograde (National Geographic Documentary Films)
  • Laura Poitras – All the Beauty and the Bloodshed (NEON)
  • Daniel Roher – Navalny (Warner Bros. Pictures/CNN Films/HBO Max)
  • Shaunak Sen – All That Breathes (HBO Documentary Films/Sideshow/Submarine Deluxe) 
  • Sara Rosa – Fire of Love (National Geographic Documentary Films/NEON) – WINNER


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Dramatic Series

  • Jason Bateman – Ozark, “A Hard Way To Go” (Netflix)
  • Vince Gilligan – Better Call Saul, “Waterworks”(AMC)
  • Sam Levinson – Euphoria, “Stand Still Like the Hummingbird” (HBO) – WINNER
  • Aoife McArdle – Severance, “Hide and Seek”(AppleTV+)
  • Ben Stiller – Severance, “The We We Are”(AppleTV+)

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Comedy Series

  • Tim Burton – Wednesday, “Wednesday’s Child is Full of Woe” (Netflix)
  • Bill Hader – Barry, “710N” (HBO) – WINNER
  • Amy Sherman-Palladino – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, “How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall?” (Amazon Prime Video)
  • Christopher Storer – The Bear, “Review” (Hulu)
  • Mike White – The White Lotus, “BYG” (HBO)

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Limited Series

  • Eric Appel – Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (Roku Channel)
  • Deborah Chow – Obi‑Wan Kenobi (Disney+)
  • Jeremy Podeswa – Station Eleven, “Unbroken Circle” (HBO Max)
  • Helen Shaver – Station Eleven, “Who’s There?” (HBO Max) – WINNER
  • Tom Verica – Inventing Anna, “The Devil Wore Anna” (Netflix)

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

  • Paul G. Casey – Real Time with Bill Maher, “#2010” (HBO)
  • Jim Hoskinson – The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, “#1333” (CBS)
  • David Paul Meyer – The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, “Brandi Carlile Discusses Her New Deluxe Album and Performs ‘You and Me on the Rock’” (Comedy Central)
  • Liz Patrick – Saturday Night Live, “Jack Harlow” (NBC) – WINNER
  • Paul Pennolino – Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, “Afghanistan” (HBO)

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

  • Ian Berger – The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Presents “Jordan Klepper Fingers the Pulse – Hungary for Democracy” (Comedy Central)
  • Hamish Hamilton – Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show (NBC)
  • James Merriman – Norman Lear: 100 Years of Music and Laughter (ABC)
  • Marcus Raboy – Mark Twain Prize 2022: Celebrating Jon Stewart (PBS)
  • Glenn Weiss – The 75th Annual Tony Awards (CBS) – WINNER

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Reality Programs

  • Joseph Guidry – The Big Brunch for “Carb Loading Brunch” (HBO Max)
  • Carrie Havel – The Go-Big Show for “Only One Can Win” (TBS)
  • Rich Kim – Lego Masters for “Jurass-brick World” (Fox)
  • Michael Shea – FBOY Island for “Do You Like Cats?” (HBO Max)
  • Ben Simms – Running Wild with Bear Grylls for “Florence Pugh in the Volcanic Rainforests of Costa Rica” (Nat Geo) – WINNER

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs

  • Tim Federle – Better Nate Than Ever (Disney+)
  • Bonnie Hunt – Amber Brown for “I, Amber Brown” (AppleTV+)
  • Dean Israelite – Are You Afraid of the Dark? for “The Tale of Room 13” (Nickelodeon)
  • Michael Lembeck – Snow Day (Nickelodeon)
  • Anne Renton – Best Foot Forward for “Halloween” (AppleTV+) – WINNER

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Commercials

  • Juan Cabral – John Lewis & Partners’ “For All Life’s Moments” and Apple’s “Share the Joy”
  • Kim Gehrig – Apple’s “Accessibility” and “Run Baby Run” – WINNER
  • Craig Gillespie – Apple’s “Hard Knocks”, Jimmy John’s’ “Problem”, and Nissan’s “Thrill Driver”
  • David Shane – Apple’s “Detectives”, ITVX’s “Smile”, and Procter & Gamble’s “Traffic Stop”
  • Ivan Zachariáš – Apple’s “Data Auction” and Upwork’s “This Is How We Work Now”

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