2022 DGA Awards: Movie and Television Winners List

The 74th Directors Guild of America Awards was held on Saturday, March 12, at 7:30 pm PT. Jad Apatou Hosts face-to-face non-television ceremonies. (Read the live blog every minute.) These praises were voted on by more than 18,000 members of the director’s guild, celebrating the best Helmer of the year in movies and television. Scroll down to see the 2022 DGA Award Winners list for 3 movies and 8 TV categories.

The most important feature film category is one of the most important elements of the Academy Award for Best Directing. The guild and academy have only agreed eight times in the last 70 years, including 2019. Sam mendes (“1917”) I won the DGA Bong Joon Ho (“Parasite”) claimed Oscar. Will this year’s winner follow the path of many champions so far? Reminder: Four of the guild candidates also won Oscar bids: Jane Campion (“The power of dogs”), Steven Spielberg (“West Side Story”), Kenneth Branagh (“Belfast”) and Paul Thomas Anderson (“Licorice Pizza”). 5th DGA Nominee, Dennis Villeneuve (“Dune”), replaced by the Academy lineup Ryusuke Hamaguchi (“Please drive in my car”).

Another movie category that experts focused on was the first directorial race with a candidate. Maggie Gyllenhaal (“Lost Daughter”), Rebecca Hall (“Passing”), Tatiana Ueso (“Stolen prayer”), Lin-Manuel Miranda (“Tick, tick … boom!”), Michael Sarnoski (“Pig”) Emma Seligman (“Shiva Baby”).

On the TV side, the drama series lineup was filled with one program called “Succession.” Yes, the HBO family drama won all five spots in the guild’s first historic category. The comedy series race included three. It refers to Apple’s “Ted Lasso,” one to HBO Max’s “Hacks,” and one to HBO’s “The White Lotus.”

Tonight, three non-competitive DGA trophies have been awarded Spike Lee (Lifetime Achievement Award), Joseph P. Lady (Frank Capra Achievement Award) Garry W. Hood (Franklin J. Schaffner Achievement Award).

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This is the complete result of the 2022 DGA Award, and the winners are shown as follows: gold:

Feature film

Feature film director
Paul Thomas Anderson (“Licorice Pizza”)
Kenneth Branagh (“Belfast”)
X — Jane Campion (“The Power of the Dog”)
Steven Spielberg (“West Side Story”)
Dennis Villeneuve (“Dune”)

First movie director
X — Maggie Gyllenhaal (“The Lost Daughter”)
Rebecca Hall (“passing”)
Tatiana Ueso (“Stolen Prayer”)
Lin-Manuel Miranda (“Tick, Tick … Boom!”)
Michael Sarnoski (“Pig”)
Emma Seligman (“Shiva Baby”)

Film documentary director
Jessica Kingdon (“Ascension”)
X — Stanley Nelson Jr. (“Atika”)
Raoul Peck (“Eradicate all Brute”)
Elizabeth Chai Vasalheli and Jimmy Chin (“Rescue”)
Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson (“Summer of Soul”)

TV set

Drama series director
Kevin Bray (“Inheritance”, “Idaho’s Retired Janita”)
X — Mark Mylod (“Succession”, “All the Bells Say”)
Andrij Parekh (“inheritance”, “necessary things”)
Robert Pulcini & Shari Springer Berman (“Succession”, “Lion of Meadow”)
Lorene Scafaria (“inheritance”, “too many birthdays”)

Comedy series director
X — Lucia Aniello (“hack”, “no line”)
MJ Delaney (“Ted Lasso”, “No Funeral”)
Erica Danton (“Ted Lasso”, “Rainbow”)
Sam Jones (“Ted Lasso”, “Beard After Hours”)
Mike White (“White Lotus”, “Mysterious Monkeys”)

Limited Series / TV Film Director
X — Barry Jenkins (“The Underground Railroad”)
Barry Levinson (“Dopesic”, “First Bottle”)
Hiro Murai (“Station Eleven”, “Wheel of Fire”)
Danny Strong (“Dopesic”, “The People vs. Purdue Pharma”)
Craig Zobel (“Mare of Easttown”)

Variety series production
Paul G. Casey (“Real Time with Bill Maher”, “Episode 1935: Zakaria of Destiny, Chris Christie, Eric Adams”)
Jim Hoskinson (“Late Show with Stephen Colbert”, “Episode 1105”)
X — Don Roy King (“Saturday Night Live”, “Kegan-Michael Key, Olivia Rodrigo”)
David Paul Meyer (“Daily Show with Trevor Noah”, “Episode 26112”)
Paul Pennorino & Christopher Warner (“Tonight last week with John Oliver”, “Episode 830-Season Finale”)

Variety Special Direction
Ian Berger (“Trevor Noah Presents Daily Show”, “Jordan Klepper Fingers The Pulse-Into the Magaverse”)
Bo Burnham (“Bo Burnham: Inside”)
X — Paul Dugdale (“Adele: One Night Only”)
Stan Lathan (“Dave Chappelle: Closer”)
Glen P. Weiss (“43rd Kennedy Center Honor”)

Reality program supervision
Joseph Guidley (“Full Bloom”, “Final Floral Face Off”)
Patrick McManus (“American Ninja Warrior”, “1304: Qualifying 4”)
Ramy Romany (“cut”, “brand statement”)
Ben Sims (“Running Wild on the Grilled Bear”, “Dromite Gina Carano”)
X — Adam Vetri (“Getaway Driver”, “Electric Shock”)

Supervising children’s programs
James Bobin (“Secret Society Benedict Association”, “Orphans Without Relatives”)
Michael Lembeck (“J Team”)
Phill Lewis (“Class Manager”, “3 Years More”)
X — Smriti Mundhra (“Through Our Eyes”, “Shelter”)
Jeff Wadlow (“Are you afraid of darkness?”, “The story of the house of darkness”)

Commercial direction
Steve Ason (MJZ, Anthem, Mattress Farm – Droga5)
Kathryn Bigelow (SMUGGLER, Hollywood In Your Pocket, iPhone 13 – Media Arts Lab)
Ian Pons Jewell (RESET, ECG, Apple Watch – Apple / Sleep, Apple Watch – Apple / Time, Squarespace – Squarespace / Your Mom’s Short Ribs, Instacart – Goodby Silverstein)
Henry Alex Rubin (SMUGGLER, Teenage Dream, Sandy Hook Promise – BBDO – New York)
X — Bradford Young (Serial Pictures x Somesuch, Super. Human., Channel 4 Paralympics – 4Creative)

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