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Awarded for  Film direction
First awarded  1938
Country  United States
Official website  dga.org
Directors Guild of America Award The Winners Of The 67th Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards
Ceremony date  February 3, 2017, 4:00 PM PST
Winners  Alejandro González IñárrituThe Revenant, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, Damien ChazelleLa La Land, Damien Chazelle, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, David NutterGame of Thrones, David Nutter, Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Miguel SapochnikGame of Thrones, Miguel Sapochnik, Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Chris AddisonVeep, Chris Addison, Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series, Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series, Becky MartinVeep, Becky Martin, Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series, Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series, Steven ZaillianThe Night Of, Steven Zaillian, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Film/Miniseries, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Film/Miniseries, Dee ReesBessie, Dee Rees, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Film/Miniseries, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Film/Miniseries, Joe Pytka, Joe Pytka, Lifetime Achievement Award, Lifetime Achievement Award, Ridley Scott, Ridley Scott, Lifetime Achievement Award, Lifetime Achievement Award, Tina MabryAn American Girl Story - Melody 1963: Love Has to Win, Tina Mabry, Outstanding Directing – Children's Programs, Outstanding Directing – Children's Programs, Kenny OrtegaDescendants, Kenny Ortega, Outstanding Directing – Children's Programs, Outstanding Directing – Children's Programs, Derek Cianfrance, Derek Cianfrance, Outstanding Directing - Commercials, Outstanding Directing - Commercials, Andreas Nilsson, Andreas Nilsson, Outstanding Directing - Commercials, Outstanding Directing - Commercials, J Rupert ThompsonAmerican Grit, J Rupert Thompson, Outstanding Directing - Reality Programs, Outstanding Directing - Reality Programs, Adam VetriSteve Austin's Broken Skull Challenge, Adam Vetri, Outstanding Directing - Reality Programs, Outstanding Directing - Reality Programs, Garth DavisLion, Garth Davis, Outstanding Directing – First-Time Feature Film, Outstanding Directing – First-Time Feature Film, Alex GarlandEx Machina, Alex Garland, Outstanding Directing – First-Time Feature Film, Outstanding Directing – First-Time Feature Film, Mary Rae Thewlis, Mary Rae Thewlis, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Marie Cantin, Marie Cantin, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Alejandro González IñárrituBirdman, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, Lesli Linka GlatterHomeland, Lesli Linka Glatter, Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Jill SolowayTransparent, Jill Soloway, Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series, Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series, Lisa CholodenkoOlive Kitteridge, Lisa Cholodenko, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Film/Miniseries, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Film/Miniseries, Robert Butler, Robert Butler, Lifetime Achievement Award, Lifetime Achievement Award, James Burrows, James Burrows, Lifetime Achievement Award, Lifetime Achievement Award, Jonathan Judge100 Things to Do Before High School, Jonathan Judge, Outstanding Directing – Children's Programs, Outstanding Directing – Children's Programs, Nicolai Fuglsig, Nicolai Fuglsig, Outstanding Directing - Commercials, Outstanding Directing - Commercials, Anthony SaccoThe Chair, Anthony Sacco, Outstanding Directing - Reality Programs, Outstanding Directing - Reality Programs, Phillip Goldfarb, Phillip Goldfarb, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Glenn WeissThe 68th Annual Tony Awards, Glenn Weiss, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Specials, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Specials, Julie Gelfand, Julie Gelfand, Franklin J Schaffner Achievement Award, Franklin J Schaffner Achievement Award, Laura PoitrasCitizenfour, Laura Poitras, Outstanding Directing – Documentaries, Outstanding Directing – Documentaries, Dave DiomediThe Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Dave Diomedi, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Regularly Scheduled Programming, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Regularly Scheduled Programming, Alfonso CuarónGravity, Alfonso Cuarón, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, Vince GilliganBreaking Bad, Vince Gilligan, Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Beth McCarthy-Miller30 Rock, Beth McCarthy-Miller, Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series, Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series, Steven SoderberghBehind the Candelabra, Steven Soderbergh, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Film/Miniseries, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Film/Miniseries, Amy SchatzAn Apology to Elephants, Amy Schatz, Outstanding Directing – Children's Programs, Outstanding Directing – Children's Programs, Martin de Thurah, Martin de Thurah, Outstanding Directing - Commercials, Outstanding Directing - Commercials, Neil DeGroot72 Hours, Neil DeGroot, Outstanding Directing - Reality Programs, Outstanding Directing - Reality Programs, Lee Blaine, Lee Blaine, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Glenn WeissThe 67th Annual Tony Awards, Glenn Weiss, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Specials, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Specials, Vince DeDario, Vince DeDario, Franklin J Schaffner Achievement Award, Franklin J Schaffner Achievement Award, Betsy Beers, Betsy Beers, Diversity Award, Diversity Award, Shonda Rhimes, Shonda Rhimes, Diversity Award, Diversity Award, Jehane NoujaimThe Square, Jehane Noujaim, Outstanding Directing – Documentaries, Outstanding Directing – Documentaries, Don Roy KingSaturday Night Live, Don Roy King, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Regularly Scheduled Programming, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Regularly Scheduled Programming, Ben AffleckArgo, Ben Affleck, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, Rian JohnsonBreaking Bad, Rian Johnson, Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Lena DunhamGirls, Lena Dunham, Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series, Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series, Jay RoachGame Change, Jay Roach, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Film/Miniseries, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Film/Miniseries, Miloš Forman, Miloš Forman, Lifetime Achievement Award, Lifetime Achievement Award, Paul HoenLet It Shine, Paul Hoen, Outstanding Directing – Children's Programs, Outstanding Directing – Children's Programs, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Outstanding Directing - Commercials, Outstanding Directing - Commercials, Brian SmithMasterChef, Brian Smith, Outstanding Directing - Reality Programs, Outstanding Directing - Reality Programs, Susan Zwerman, Susan Zwerman, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Michael Apted, Michael Apted, Robert B Aldrich Achievement Award, Robert B Aldrich Achievement Award, Dency Nelson, Dency Nelson, Franklin J Schaffner Achievement Award, Franklin J Schaffner Achievement Award, Malik BendjelloulSearching for Sugar Man, Malik Bendjelloul, Outstanding Directing – Documentaries, Outstanding Directing – Documentaries, Jill MitwellOne Life to Live, Jill Mitwell, Outstanding Directing - Daytime Serials, Outstanding Directing - Daytime Serials, Eric Shapiro, Eric Shapiro, Lifetime Achievement in News Direction, Lifetime Achievement in News Direction, Glenn WeissThe 66th Annual Tony Awards, Glenn Weiss, Outstanding Directing - Musical Variety, Outstanding Directing - Musical Variety, Michel HazanaviciusThe Artist, Michel Hazanavicius, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, Patty JenkinsThe Killing, Patty Jenkins, Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Robert B WeideCurb Your Enthusiasm, Robert B Weide, Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series, Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series, Jon CassarThe Kennedys, Jon Cassar, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Film/Miniseries, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Film/Miniseries, Amy SchatzA Child's Garden of Poetry, Amy Schatz, Outstanding Directing – Children's Programs, Outstanding Directing – Children's Programs, Noam Murro, Noam Murro, Outstanding Directing - Commercials, Outstanding Directing - Commercials, Neil DeGrootThe Biggest Loser, Neil DeGroot, Outstanding Directing - Reality Programs, Outstanding Directing - Reality Programs, Katy Garretson, Katy Garretson, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Cleve Landsberg, Cleve Landsberg, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Frank Capra Achievement Award, Dennis W Mazzocco, Dennis W Mazzocco, Franklin J Schaffner Achievement Award, Franklin J Schaffner Achievement Award, James MarshProject Nim, James Marsh, Outstanding Directing – Documentaries, Outstanding Directing – Documentaries, William LudelGeneral Hospital, William Ludel, Outstanding Directing - Daytime Serials, Outstanding Directing - Daytime Serials, Edwin Sherin, Edwin Sherin, Honorary Life Member Award, Honorary Life Member Award, Barry Meyer, Barry Meyer, Honorary Life Member Award, Honorary Life Member Award, Bob Iger, Bob Iger, Honorary Life Member Award, Honorary Life Member Award, Soham MehtaFirecracker, Soham Mehta, Best Asian American Student Filmmaker, Best Asian American Student Filmmaker, Dipesh Jain11 Weeks, Dipesh Jain, Best Asian American Student Filmmaker, Best Asian American Student Filmmaker, Lauren Selmon RobertsRainbow Town, Lauren Selmon Roberts, Best African American Student Filmmaker, Best African American Student Filmmaker, Glenn WeissThe 66th Annual Tony Awards, Glenn Weiss, Outstanding Directing - Musical Variety, Outstanding Directing - Musical Variety, Mitsuyo MiyazakiTsuyako, Mitsuyo Miyazaki, Best Female Student Filmmaker, Best Female Student Filmmaker

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The Directors Guild of America Awards are issued annually by the Directors Guild of America. The first DGA Award was an “Honorary Life Member” award issued in 1938 to D. W. Griffith. The statues are made by New York firm, Society Awards.

Contents

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Film

  • Feature Film
  • Documentary
  • First-Time Feature Film
  • Television

  • Children’s Programs
  • Comedy Series
  • Commercials
  • Daytime Serials
  • Drama Series
  • Musical Variety
  • Reality Programs
  • Television Film
  • Historic Awards

    Directors Guild of America Award 2016 DGA Winners Complete List Hollywood Reporter
  • Actuality (1977–1980)
  • Documentary / Actuality (1982–1990)
  • Documentary / News (1971–1981)
  • Documentary Television (1977–1981)
  • Drama Show Day (1983–1994)
  • Golden Jubilee Special Award (1986)
  • News
  • Outstanding Television Director (1971–1975)
  • Preston Sturges Award (1990, 1991, 1993)
  • Specials / Movies for TV / Actuality (1976–81)
  • Sports (1984–1990)
  • Television (1953–1970)
  • Service and Achievement

  • Robert B. Aldrich Award
  • Honorary Life Member Award
  • Frank Capra Achievement Award
  • Franklin J. Schaffner Achievement Award
  • Lifetime Achievement Award

    (formerly the D. W. Griffith Lifetime Achievement Award)

    Outstanding Achievement in Feature Film

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  • 1948: Joseph L. Mankiewicz – A Letter to Three Wives ¿
  • 1949: Robert Rossen – All the King's Men ¿
  • 1950: Joseph L. Mankiewicz – All About Eve
  • 1951: George Stevens – A Place in the Sun
  • 1952: John Ford – The Quiet Man
  • 1953: Fred Zinnemann – From Here to Eternity
  • 1954: Elia Kazan – On the Waterfront
  • 1955: Delbert Mann – Marty
  • 1956: George Stevens – Giant
  • 1957: David Lean – The Bridge on the River Kwai
  • 1958: Vincente Minnelli – Gigi
  • 1959: William Wyler – Ben-Hur
  • 1960: Billy Wilder – The Apartment
  • 1961: Robert Wise – West Side Story
  • 1962: David Lean – Lawrence of Arabia
  • 1963: Tony Richardson – Tom Jones
  • 1964: George Cukor – My Fair Lady
  • 1965: Robert Wise – The Sound of Music
  • 1966: Fred Zinnemann – A Man for All Seasons
  • 1967: Mike Nichols – The Graduate
  • 1968: Anthony Harvey – The Lion in Winter
  • 1969: John Schlesinger – Midnight Cowboy
  • 1970: Franklin Schaffner – Patton
  • 1971: William Friedkin – The French Connection
  • 1972: Francis Ford Coppola – The Godfather
  • 1973: George Roy Hill – The Sting
  • 1974: Francis Ford Coppola – The Godfather Part II
  • 1975: Miloš Forman – One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
  • 1976: John G. Avildsen – Rocky
  • 1977: Woody Allen – Annie Hall
  • 1978: Michael Cimino – The Deer Hunter
  • 1979: Robert Benton – Kramer vs. Kramer
  • 1980: Robert Redford – Ordinary People
  • 1981: Warren Beatty – Reds
  • 1982: Richard Attenborough – Gandhi
  • 1983: James L. Brooks – Terms of Endearment
  • 1984: Miloš Forman – Amadeus
  • 1985: Steven Spielberg – The Color Purple §
  • 1986: Oliver Stone – Platoon
  • 1987: Bernardo Bertolucci – The Last Emperor
  • 1988: Barry Levinson – Rain Man
  • 1989: Oliver Stone – Born on the Fourth of July
  • 1990: Kevin Costner – Dances with Wolves
  • 1991: Jonathan Demme – The Silence of the Lambs
  • 1992: Clint Eastwood – Unforgiven
  • 1993: Steven Spielberg – Schindler's List
  • 1994: Robert Zemeckis – Forrest Gump
  • 1995: Ron Howard – Apollo 13 §
  • 1996: Anthony Minghella – The English Patient
  • 1997: James Cameron – Titanic
  • 1998: Steven Spielberg – Saving Private Ryan
  • 1999: Sam Mendes – American Beauty
  • 2000: Ang Lee – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
  • 2001: Ron Howard – A Beautiful Mind
  • 2002: Rob Marshall – Chicago
  • 2003: Peter Jackson – The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
  • 2004: Clint Eastwood – Million Dollar Baby
  • 2005: Ang Lee – Brokeback Mountain
  • 2006: Martin Scorsese – The Departed
  • 2007: Joel and Ethan Coen – No Country for Old Men
  • 2008: Danny Boyle – Slumdog Millionaire
  • 2009: Kathryn Bigelow – The Hurt Locker
  • 2010: Tom Hooper – The King's Speech
  • 2011: Michel Hazanavicius – The Artist
  • 2012: Ben Affleck – Argo §
  • 2013: Alfonso Cuarón – Gravity
  • 2014: Alejandro G. Iñárritu – Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
  • 2015: Alejandro G. Iñárritu – The Revenant
  • 2016: Damien Chazelle - La La Land

  • Directors Guild of America Award Directors Guild of America Award News Latest News Videos Quotes
    1. – Director won the Academy Award.
    2. – Director did not win the Academy Award.
    3. § – Director was not nominated for Academy Award that year.
    4. ¿ – Originally, the DGA used a non-calendar year for its award. Both films competed in the 22nd Academy Awards for 1949, and both directors were nominated for Best Director; Mankiewicz won. All the King's Men won Best Picture; Rossen's DGA was not awarded until after the Oscars. (Beginning with the 1951 award in 1952, the DGA has been always awarded before the Oscars.)

    Outstanding Achievement in Documentary

    Directors Guild of America Award Michelle Williams at Directors Guild Of America Awards in Los
  • 1991: Barbara Kopple – American Dream
  • 1992: Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky – Brother's Keeper
  • 1993: Terry Zwigoff – Crumb
  • 1994: Steve James – Hoop Dreams
  • 1995: No award
  • 1996: Al Pacino – Looking for Richard
  • 1997: Michael Uys and Lexy Lovell – Riding the Rails
  • 1998: Jerry Blumenthal, Peter Gilbert, and Gordon Quinn – Vietnam, Long Time Coming
  • 1999: Nanette Burstein and Brett Morgen – On the Ropes
  • 2000: Chuck Braverman – High School Boot Camp
  • 2001: Chris Hegedus and Jehane Noujaim – Startup.com
  • 2002: Tasha Oldham – The Smith Family
  • 2003: Nathaniel Kahn – My Architect
  • 2004: Byambasuren Davaa and Luigi Falorni – The Story of the Weeping Camel
  • 2005: Werner Herzog – Grizzly Man
  • 2006: Arūnas Matelis – Before Flying Back to Earth
  • 2007: Asger Leth – Ghosts of Cité Soleil
  • 2008: Ari Folman – Waltz with Bashir
  • 2009: Louie Psihoyos – The Cove
  • 2010: Charles Ferguson – Inside Job
  • 2011: James Marsh – Project Nim
  • 2012: Malik Bendjelloul – Searching for Sugar Man
  • 2013: Jehane Noujaim – The Square
  • 2014: Laura Poitras – Citizenfour
  • 2015: Matthew Heineman – Cartel Land
  • 2016: Ezra Edelman - O.J.: Made in America
  • Outstanding Achievement in First-Time Feature Film

  • 2015: Alex Garland – Ex Machina
  • 2016: Garth Davis – Lion
  • Lifetime Achievement Award

  • 2014: James Burrows and Robert Butler
  • 2015: Joe Pytka
  • Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series

  • 1971: Daniel Petrie – The Man and the City ("Hands of Love")
  • 1972: Robert Butler – The Waltons ("Dust Bowl Cousins")
  • 1973: Charles S. Dubin – Kojak ("Knockover")
  • 1974: David Friedkin – Kojak ("Cross Your Heart, Hope to Die")
  • 1975: James Cellan Jones – Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill
  • 1976: Glenn Jordan – Family ("Rites of Friendship")
  • 1977: John Erman – Roots ("Part II")
  • 1978: Gene Reynolds – Lou Grant ("Prisoner")
  • 1979: Roger Young – Lou Grant ("Cop")
  • 1980: Roger Young – Lou Grant ("Lou")
  • 1981: Robert Butler – Hill Street Blues ("Hill Street Station")
  • 1982: David Anspaugh – Hill Street Blues ("Personal Foul")
  • 1983: Jeff Bleckner – Hill Street Blues ("Life in the Minors")
  • 1984: Thomas Carter – Hill Street Blues ("The Rise and Fall of Paul the Wall")
  • 1985: Will Mackenzie – Moonlighting ("My Fair David")
  • 1986: Will Mackenzie – Moonlighting ("Atomic Shakespeare")
  • 1987: Marshall Herskovitz – thirtysomething ("Pilot")
  • 1988: Marshall Herskovitz – thirtysomething ("Therapy")
  • 1989: Eric Laneuville – L.A. Law ("I’m in the Nude for Love")
  • 1990: Michael Zinberg – Quantum Leap ("The Leap Home" – Part II)
  • 1991: Eric Laneuville – I’ll Fly Away ("All God’s Children")
  • 1992: Rob Thompson – Northern Exposure ("Cicely")
  • 1993: Gregory Hoblit – NYPD Blue ("Pilot")
  • 1994: Charles Haid – ER ("Into That Good Night")
  • 1995: Christopher Chulack – ER ("Hell and High Water")
  • 1996: Christopher Chulack – ER ("Fear of Flying")
  • 1997: Barbara Kopple – Homicide: Life on the Street ("The Documentary")
  • 1998: Paris Barclay – NYPD Blue ("Hearts and Souls")
  • 1999: David Chase – The Sopranos ("The Sopranos")
  • 2000: Thomas Schlamme – The West Wing ("Noël")
  • 2001: Alan Ball – Six Feet Under ("Pilot")
  • 2002: John Patterson – The Sopranos ("Whitecaps")
  • 2003: Christopher Misiano – The West Wing ("Twenty Five")
  • 2004: Walter Hill – Deadwood ("Deadwood")
  • 2005: Michael Apted – Rome ("The Stolen Eagle")
  • 2006: Jon Cassar – 24 ("Day 5: 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.")
  • 2007: Alan Taylor – Mad Men ("Smoke Gets in Your Eyes")
  • 2008: Dan Attias – The Wire ("Transitions")
  • 2009: Lesli Linka Glatter – Mad Men ("Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency")
  • 2010: Martin Scorsese – Boardwalk Empire ("Boardwalk Empire")
  • 2011: Patty Jenkins – The Killing ("Pilot")
  • 2012: Rian Johnson – Breaking Bad ("Fifty-One")
  • 2013: Vince Gilligan – Breaking Bad ("Felina")
  • 2014: Lesli Linka Glatter – Homeland ("From A to B and Back Again")
  • 2015: David Nutter – Game of Thrones ("Mother's Mercy")
  • 2016: Miguel Sapochnik – Game of Thrones ("Battle of the Bastards")
  • Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series

  • 1990: James Burrows – Cheers ("Woody Interruptus")
  • 1991: Peter Bonerz – Murphy Brown ("Uh-Oh: Part 2")
  • 1992: Tom Cherones – Seinfeld ("The Contest")
  • 1993: James Burrows – Frasier ("The Good Son")
  • 1994: David Lee – Frasier ("The Matchmaker")
  • 1995: Gordon Hunt – Mad About You ("The Alan Brady Show")
  • 1996: Andy Ackerman – Seinfeld ("The Rye")
  • 1997: Andy Ackerman – Seinfeld ("The Betrayal")
  • 1998: Thomas Schlamme – Sports Night ("Pilot")
  • 1999: Thomas Schlamme – Sports Night ("Small Town")
  • 2000: James Burrows – Will & Grace ("Lows in the Mid-Eighties")
  • 2001: Todd Holland – Malcolm in the Middle ("Bowling")
  • 2002: Bryan Gordon – Curb Your Enthusiasm ("The Special Section")
  • 2003: Tim Van Patten – Sex and the City ("Boy, Interrupted")
  • 2004: Tim Van Patten – Sex and the City ("An American Girl in Paris: Part Deux")
  • 2005: Marc Buckland – My Name Is Earl ("Pilot")
  • 2006: Richard Shepard – Ugly Betty ("Pilot")
  • 2007: Barry Sonnenfeld – Pushing Daisies ("Pie-lette")
  • 2008: Paul Feig – The Office ("Dinner Party")
  • 2009: Jason Winer – Modern Family ("Pilot")
  • 2010: Michael Spiller – Modern Family ("Halloween")
  • 2011: Robert B. Weide – Curb Your Enthusiasm ("Palestinian Chicken")
  • 2012: Lena Dunham – Girls ("Pilot")
  • 2013: Beth McCarthy-Miller – 30 Rock ("Hogcock!" / "Last Lunch")
  • 2014: Jill Soloway – Transparent ("Best New Girl")
  • 2015: Chris Addison – Veep ("Election Night")
  • 2016: Becky Martin – Veep ("Inauguration")
  • Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Miniseries

  • 2000: Jeff Bleckner – The Beach Boys: An American Family
  • 2001: Frank Pierson – Conspiracy
  • 2002: Mick Jackson – Live from Baghdad
  • 2003: Mike Nichols – Angels in America
  • 2004: Joseph Sargent – Something the Lord Made
  • 2005: George C. Wolfe – Lackawanna Blues
  • 2006: Walter Hill – Broken Trail
  • 2007: Yves Simoneau – Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
  • 2008: Jay Roach – Recount
  • 2009: Ross Katz – Taking Chance
  • 2010: Mick Jackson – Temple Grandin
  • 2011: Jon Cassar – The Kennedys
  • 2012: Jay Roach – Game Change
  • 2013: Steven Soderbergh – Behind the Candelabra
  • 2014: Lisa Cholodenko – Olive Kitteridge
  • 2015: Dee Rees – Bessie
  • 2016: Steve Zaillian – The Night Of ("The Beach")
  • Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs

  • 1984: Sharron Miller – The Woman Who Willed a Miracle
  • 1996: Stuart Margolin – Salt Water Moose
  • 1997: Brian Robbins – Nickelodeon Sports Theater ("First Time")
  • 1998: Mitchell Kriegman – Bear in the Big Blue House ("Love is All You Need")
  • 1999: Amy Schatz – Goodnight Moon and Other Sleepy Time Tales
  • 2000: Greg Beeman – Miracle in Lane 2
  • 2001: Amy Schatz – ’Twas the Night: A Holiday Celebration
  • 2002: Guy Ferland – Bang Bang You’re Dead
  • 2003: Kevin Lima – Eloise at Christmastime
  • 2004: Stuart Gillard – Going to the Mat
  • 2005: Chris Eyre – Edge of America
  • 2006: Kenny Ortega – High School Musical
  • 2007: Paul Hoen – Jump In!
  • 2008: Amy Schatz – Classical Baby ("The Poetry Show")
  • 2009: Allison Liddi-Brown – Princess Protection Program
  • 2010: Eric Bross – The Boy Who Cried Werewolf
  • 2011: Amy Schatz – A Child’s Garden of Poetry
  • 2012: Paul Hoen – Let It Shine
  • 2013: Amy Schatz – An Apology to Elephants
  • 2014: Jonathan Judge – 100 Things To Do Before High School ("Pilot")
  • 2015: Kenny Ortega – Descendants
  • 2016: Tina Mabry – An American Girl Story - Melody 1963: Love Has to Win
  • Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Variety/Talk/News/Sports Series (2013-present)

    Note: This award is for regular programming.
  • 2013: Don Roy King – Saturday Night Live ("Justin Timberlake")
  • 2014: Dave Diomedi – The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon ("Episode #1")
  • 2015: Dave Diomedi – The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon ("Episode #325")
  • 2016: Don Roy King – Saturday Night Live ("Dave Chappelle")
  • Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Variety/Talk/News/Sports Special (2013-present)

    Note: This award is for special programs.
  • 2013: Glenn Weiss – 67th Tony Awards
  • 2014: Glenn Weiss – 68th Tony Awards
  • 2015: Don Roy King – Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special
  • 2016: Glenn Weiss – 70th Tony Awards
  • Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Commercials

  • 2012: Alejandro González Iñárritu (Procter & Gamble, “Best Job”)
  • Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Reality Programs (2005-present)

  • 2005: (TIE) Tony Croll – Three Wishes ("Pilot") & J. Rupert Thompson – Fear Factor ("Heist Fear Factor")
  • 2006: Tony Sacco – Treasure Hunters ("Episode #101")
  • 2007: Bertram van Munster – The Amazing Race ("Episode #1110")
  • 2008: Tony Croll – America's Next Top Model ("Episode 1002")
  • 2009: Craig Borders – Extreme Engineering ("Hong Kong Bridge")
  • 2010: Eytan Keller – The Next Iron Chef ("Episode #301")
  • 2011: Neil P. DeGroot – The Biggest Loser ("Episode #1115")
  • 2012: Brian Smith – MasterChef ("Episode #305")
  • 2013: Neil P. DeGroot – 72 Hours ("The Lost Coast")
  • 2014: Anthony B. Sacco – The Chair ("The Test")
  • 2015: Adam Vetri – Steve Austin's Broken Skull Challenge ("Gods of War")
  • 2016: J. Rupert Thompson – American Grit ("Over the Falls")
  • Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Daytime Serials (1991-2012)

  • 1991: Michael Stich – The Bold and the Beautiful ("Episode #1103")
  • 1992: Susan Strickler – Another World ("Episode 7022")
  • 1993: Jill Mitwell – One Life to Live ("Episode 6356")
  • 1994: Michael Stich – The Bold and the Beautiful ("Episode 1884")
  • 1995: William Ludel and Alan Pultz – General Hospital ("Episode 8248")
  • 1996: Kathyrn Foster and Mike Denney – The Young and the Restless ("Episode 5875")
  • 1997: Scott McKinsey – General Hospital ("Episode #8883")
  • 1998: James Sayegh – One Life to Live ("Episode #7572")
  • 1999: Herb D. Stein and Roger W. Inman – Days of Our Lives ("Episode #8557")
  • 2000: Jill Mitwell – One Life to Live ("Episode #8205")
  • 2001: William Ludel – General Hospital ("Episode #9801")
  • 2002: Scott McKinsey – Port Charles ("Episode #1433")
  • 2003: Larry Carpenter – One Life to Live ("Episode #8849")
  • 2004: Bruce S. Barry – Guiding Light ("Episode #14,321")
  • 2005: Owen Renfroe – General Hospital ("Episode #10914")
  • 2006: Jill Mitwell – One Life to Live ("Episode #9779")
  • 2007: Larry Carpenter – One Life to Live ("Episode #9947")
  • 2008: Larry Carpenter – One Life to Live ("Episode #10281")
  • 2009: Christopher Goutman – As the World Turns ("Once Upon a Time")
  • 2010: Larry Carpenter – One Life to Live ("Starr X’d Lovers: The Musical – Part II")
  • 2011: William Ludel – General Hospital ("Intervention")
  • 2012: Jill Mitwell – One Life to Live ("Between Heaven and Hell")
  • References

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