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DGA Nominations Announced for TV, Documentaries

Showtime’s “Homeland” scored two Directors Guild of America television nominations and Jodie Foster was nominated twice, for directing Netflix’s “House of Cards” and “Orange Is the New Black,” in her first DGA nominations.

Jill Soloway, whose “Transparent” just won best comedy at the Golden Globes, received her first DGA nomination for the Amazon series, as did Mike Judge for HBO’s “Silicon Valley.” Another DGA newbie, Cary Fukunaga, landed a nom for HBO’s “True Detective.”

Besides “Orange Is the New Black,” “Silicon Valley” and “Transparent,” comedy series nominations went to “Modern Family” and Louis C.K. for FX’s “Louie.” “30 Rock” won the category last year.

“Game of Thrones” took a nom in drama series and will go up against the two “Homeland” episodes, “House of Cards” and “True Detective.” It was the fifth DGA nomination for Lesli Linka Glatter, who directed the “From A to B and Back Again” segment of “Homeland.”

“Breaking Bad” won the category last year.

In the TV miniseries/movie sector, NBC’s “Peter Pan Live!” scored a nomination, as did Ryan Murphy for “The Normal Heart,” Lisa Cholodenko for “Olive Kitteridge,” Uli Edel for History’s “Houdini” and Michael Wilson for Lifetime’s “The Trip to Bountiful.”

Glen Weis received nominations for “Peter Pan” and “The 68th Annual Tony Awards” in the variety/talk/sports/news category. Weis has won five DGA awards for directing the Tony Awards show, including last year.

Variety series honors went to “Real Time With Bill Maher,” “Saturday Night Live,” “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon,” “The Colbert Report” and “The Daily Show.” Don Roy King received his eighth DGA nomination for an episode of “SNL” hosted by Jim Carrey; King won the category last year.

Laura Poitras received a feature film documentary nomination for “Citizenfour,” which explores Edward Snowden’s disclosure of the NSA spying scandal. Other documentary nods went to Dan Krauss for “Kill Team,” John Maloof and Charlie Siskel for “Finding Vivian Maier,” Jesse Moss for “The Overnighters” and Orlando von Einsiedel for “Virunga.”

All five films are on the Academy Awards’ shortlist of eligible documentaries for the Oscar.

The DGA announced its five feature film nominees on Tuesday. The winners will be announced at the 67th Annual DGA Awards on Feb. 7 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles.

 

The complete list of nominations:

DRAMATIC SERIES

The nominees for the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series for 2014 are (in alphabetical order):

DAN ATTIAS

Homeland, “13 Hours in Islamabad”

(Showtime)

Mr. Attias’s Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Managers: Angela Phillips, Michael Klick

·         First Assistant Director: Nick Heckstall Smith

·         Second Assistant Director: Wendy Bledsoe

This is Mr. Attias’s fourth DGA Award nomination. He previously won in this category in 2008 for The Wire, “Transitions.” He was also nominated in 2002 for Six Feet Under, “Back to the Garden” and in 1999 for The Sopranos, “46 Long.”

JODIE FOSTER

House of Cards, “Chapter 22”

(Netflix)

Ms. Foster’s Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Manager: Boris Malden

·         First Assistant Director: Christo Morse

·         Second Assistant Director: Annie Tan

·         Second Second Assistant Director: Tim Blockburger

 

Ms. Foster was nominated twice this year and these are her first DGA Award nominations. She is also nominated for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series for Orange is the New Black, “Thirsty Bird.”

CARY JOJI FUKUNAGA

True Detective, “Who Goes There”

(HBO)

 

Mr. Fukunaga’s Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Manager: Carol Cuddy

·         First Assistant Director: Jon Mallard

·         Second Assistant Director: Scott August

·         Second Second Assistant Director: Cali Pomés

·         Additional Second Assistant Director: Nathan Parker

·         Location Manager: Batou Chandler

 

This is Mr. Fukunaga’s first DGA Award nomination.

LESLI LINKA GLATTER

Homeland, “From A to B and Back Again”

(Showtime)

 

Ms. Glatter’s Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Managers: Angela Phillips, Michael Klick

·         First Assistant Director: Nick Heckstall Smith

·         Second Assistant Director: Wendy Bledsoe

 

This is Ms. Glatter’s fifth DGA Award nomination. She previously won in this category in 2009 for Mad Men, “Guy Walks into an Advertising Agency.” She was also nominated in 2013 and 2012 for Homeland episodes “The Star” and “Q & A,” as well as in 1990 for Twin Peaks, “Episode 32006.”

 

 

ALEX GRAVES

Game of Thrones, “The Children”

(HBO)

 

This is Mr. Graves’s second DGA Award nomination. He previously was nominated in this category in 2002 for The West Wing, “Posse Comitatus.”

 

 

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COMEDY SERIES

 

The nominees for the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series for 2014 are (in alphabetical order):

 

 

LOUIS C.K.

Louie, “Elevator: Part 6”

(FX)

 

Mr. C.K.’s Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Manager: M. Blair Breard

·         First Assistant Director: Adam Escott

·         Second Assistant Director: Nick Vanderpool

·         Location Manager: Jeff Caron

 

This is Mr. C.K.’s third DGA Award nomination. He previously was nominated for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Specials in 2013 for Louis C.K.: Oh My God and for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series in 2012 for the “New Year’s Eve” episode of Louie.

 

 

JODIE FOSTER

Orange is the New Black, “Thirsty Bird”

(Netflix)

 

Ms. Foster’s Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Managers: David Price, Neri Kyle Tannenbaum

·         First Assistant Director: Robert C. Albertell

·         Second Assistant Director: Joseph Turner

·         Second Second Assistant Director: Emily Evashevski

·         Location Manager: Lauri Pitkus

 

Ms. Foster was nominated twice this year and these are her first DGA Award nominations. She is also nominated for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series for House of Cards, “Chapter 22.”

 

 

MIKE JUDGE

Silicon Valley, “Minimum Viable Product”

(HBO)

 

Mr. Judge’s Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Manager: Chrisann Verges

·         First Assistant Director: Nicholas Mastandrea

·         Second Assistant Director: Yumiko Takeya

·         Second Second Assistant Directors: Heidi Hinzman, Jessica Faires

 

This is Mr. Judge’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

GAIL MANCUSO

Modern Family, “Vegas”

(ABC)

 

Ms. Mancuso’s Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Manager: Sally Young

·         First Assistant Director: Alisa Statman

·         Second Assistant Director: Helena Lamb

·         Second Second Assistant Director: Matthew W. Heffernan

 

This is Ms. Mancuso’s second DGA Award nomination. She was nominated in this same category last year for the “My Hero” episode of Modern Family.

 

 

JILL SOLOWAY

Transparent, “Best New Girl”

(Amazon Prime)

 

Ms. Soloway’s Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Manager: Victor Hsu

·         First Assistant Director: Bill Purple

·         Second Assistant Director: Allan Monteiro Fortes

 

This is Ms. Soloway’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

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MOVIES FOR TELEVISION AND MINI‑SERIES

 

The nominees for the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Mini‑Series for 2014 are (in alphabetical order):

 

 

ROB ASHFORD (Directed by)

GLENN WEISS (Live Television Direction By)

Peter Pan Live!

(NBC)

 

Directorial Team:

·         Associate Directors: Ken Diego, Susan Kopensky

·         Key Stage Manager: Lynn Finkel

·         Stage Managers: Peter Epstein, Jeffry Gitter, Andrew Gottlieb, Isiah James, Jeff Markowitz, Bill Miller, Cyndi Owgang, Jeffrey L. Pearl, Annette Powlis, Elise Reaves, Lauren Class Schneider, Tom Ucciferri, Karen Tasch Weiss

 

This is Mr. Ashford’s second DGA Award nomination. He was nominated in this category last year, together with Beth McCarthy-Miller, for The Sound of Music Live!

 

This is Mr. Weiss’s twelfth DGA Award nomination. He is also nominated this year for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Specials for The 68th Annual Tony Awards. He previously won the DGA Award in 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 for the 61st, 64th, 65th, 66th and 67th Annual Tony Awards. He was also nominated in 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006 and 2008 for the 55th, 56th, 59th, 60th and 62nd Annual Tony Awards.

 

 

LISA CHOLODENKO

Olive Kitteridge

(HBO)

 

Ms. Cholodenko’s Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Manager: David Coatsworth

·         First Assistant Director: Jesse Nye

·         Second Assistant Director: Mark Constance

·         Second Second Assistant Director: Elizabeth MacSwan

 

This is Ms. Cholodenko’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

ULI EDEL

Houdini

(History Channel)

 

This is Mr. Edel’s second DGA Award nomination. He previously was nominated in this category in 1996 for Rasputin.

 

 

RYAN MURPHY

The Normal Heart

(HBO)

 

Mr. Murphy’s Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Managers: Scott Ferguson, Erica Kay

·         First Assistant Director: Leo Bauer

·         Second Assistant Directors: Becky Chin, Amy Lauritsen

·         Second Second Assistant Directors: Heather Verbeke, Josh Muzaffer, Travis Rehwaldt, Brian Papworth

·         Location Manager: Kip Davis Myers

 

This is Mr. Murphy’s third DGA Award nomination. He previously was nominated for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series in 2009 for the Glee pilot and in 2010 for “The Power of Madonna” episode.

 

 

MICHAEL WILSON

The Trip to Bountiful

(Lifetime)

 

Mr. Wilson’s Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Manager: Dominic Cancilla

·         First Assistant Director: Bobby Bastarache

·         Second Assistant Director: Rhonda Guthrie

 

This is Mr. Wilson’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

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VARIETY/TALK/NEWS/SPORTS – REGULARLY SCHEDULED PROGRAMMING

 

The nominees for the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Regularly Scheduled Programming for 2014 are (in alphabetical order):

 

 

PAUL G. CASEY

Real Time With Bill Maher, “#1226”

(HBO)

 

Mr. Casey’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Director: Stacy Talbot

·         Stage Managers: Patrick Whitney, David Fox

 

This is Mr. Casey’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

 

DAVE DIOMEDI

The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, “Episode #1”

(NBC)

 

Mr. Diomedi’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Director: Maureen Smith

·         Stage Managers: Nicka Tolmasoff, Mike Kilkenny

 

This is Mr. Diomedi’s second DGA Award nomination. He was nominated in this category last year for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, “#799.”

 

 

JIM HOSKINSON

The Colbert Report, “#11040”

(Comedy Central)

 

Mr. Hoskinson’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Director: Yvonne DeMare

·         Key Stage Manager: Mark McKenna

·         Stage Managers: Jeff Leib, Susan Schroer, Phyllis Digilio

 

This is Mr. Hoskinson’s third DGA Award nomination. He previously was nominated in 2013 and 2007 for The Colbert Report episodes “10004” and “3052.”

 

 

DON ROY KING

Saturday Night Live, “Host Jim Carrey/Musical Guest Iggy Azalea”

(NBC)

 

Mr. King’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Directors: Michael Mancini, Michael Poole, Bob Caminiti

·         Stage Managers: Gena Rositano, Chris Kelly

 

This is Mr. King’s eighth DGA Award nomination. He won in this category last year for “Saturday Night Live with Host Justin Timberlake” and was also nominated for Saturday Night Live episodes in 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.

 

 

CHUCK O’NEIL

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, “Open‑Carrying to the Midterms”

(Comedy Central)

 

Mr. O’Neil’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Director: Paul A.J. Pennolino

·         Stage Manager: Craig Spinney

 

This is Mr. O’Neil’s eleventh DGA Award nomination. He previously was nominated in 2010 for Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear and in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012 and 2013, all for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

 

 

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VARIETY/TALK/NEWS/SPORTS – SPECIALS

 

The nominees for the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Specials for 2014 are (in alphabetical order):

 

 

HAMISH HAMILTON

The 86th Annual Academy Awards

(ABC)

 

Mr. Hamilton’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Directors: Hayley Collett, Sandra R. Considine, Tim Kettle, Lori Margules, Michael Polito

·         Stage Managers: Gary Natoli, John Esposito, Valdez Flagg, Chris Hines, Alissa Levisohn Hoyo, Arthur Lewis, Roxanne Lozano, Ron Paul, Vince Poxon, Tammy Raab, Jason Seligman, Doug Smith, Jackie Stathis, Cheryl Teetzel Moore, David Wader, Debbie Williams, Ari Woog

 

This is Mr. Hamilton’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

LOUIS J. HORVITZ

The 37th Annual Kennedy Center Honors

(CBS)

 

Mr. Horvitz’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Directors: Jim Tanker, Michael Polito, Richard A. Preuss, Lisa R. Anderson

·         Stage Managers: Garry Hood, Phyllis Digilio, Andrew Feigin, Doug Fogel, Arthur Lewis, Joseph McCarthy, Tammy Raab, Doug Smith

 

This is Mr. Horvitz’s eighteenth DGA Award nomination. He won the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical Variety in 1997 for The Kennedy Center Honors. He was also nominated for The Kennedy Center Honors in 1993, 2001, 2009 and 2011. Last year he was nominated for The 55th Annual Grammy Awards and was previously nominated for The 70th, 71st, 72nd, 74th, 75th, 76th, 77th, 79th and 80th Annual Academy Awards, along with Sinatra: 80 Years My Way in 1995 and Live Aid Concert in 1985.

 

 

DES McANUFF

Billy Crystal: 700 Sundays

(HBO)

 

Mr. McAnuff’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Director: Sandra Restrepo Considine

·         Stage Managers: Andrea Naier, Matt Campbell

 

This is Mr. McAnuff’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

RICH RUSSO

Super Bowl XLVIII

(FOX)

 

Mr. Russo’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Directors: Jacob Jolivette, Rich Gross

·         Stage Manager: Dominic Tringali

 

This is Mr. Russo’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

GLENN WEISS

The 68th Annual Tony Awards

(CBS)

 

Mr. Weiss’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Directors: Ken Diego, Robin Abrams, Stefani Cohen, Ricky Kirshner

·         Stage Managers: Garry Hood, Phyllis Digilio-Kent, Peter Epstein, Andrew Feigin, Lynn Finkel, Doug Fogel, Jeffry Gitter, Arthur Lewis, Jeffrey M. Markowitz, Joey Meade, Seth Mellman, Cyndi Owgang, Jeff Pearl, Annette Powlis, Elise Reaves, Lauren Class Schneider

 

This is Mr. Weiss’s twelfth DGA Award nomination. He is also nominated this year for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Mini-Series, together with Rob Ashford, for Peter Pan Live! He previously won the DGA Award in 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 for the 61st, 64th, 65th, 66th and 67th Annual Tony Awards. He was also nominated in 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006 and 2008 for the 55th, 56th, 59th, 60th, and 62nd Annual Tony Awards.

 

 

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REALITY PROGRAMS

 

The nominees for the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Reality Programs for 2014 are (in alphabetical order):

 

 

BERTRAM van MUNSTER

JACK CANNON

ELISE DOGANIERI

The Quest, “One True Hero”

(ABC)

 

Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Manager: Mark Dziak

·         Associate Director: Dan Coffie

·         Stage Manager: Michael Gillis

 

This is Mr. van Munster’s ninth DGA Award nomination. He won in 2007 for The Amazing Race, “Episode #1110” and was also nominated an additional seven times, all for The Amazing Race: in 2005 for “Episode #805,” in 2006 for “Episode #102,” in 2008 for “Episode #1303,” in 2009 for “Don’t Let A Cheese Hit Me,” in 2010 for “I Think We’re Fighting the Germans, Right?,” in 2011 for “You Don’t Get Paid Unless You Win?” and in 2013 for “Beards in the Wind.”

 

This is Mr. Cannon’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

This is Ms. Doganieri’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

NEIL DeGROOT

The Biggest Loser, “Episode 1613”

(NBC)

 

Mr. DeGroot’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Director: Andy Nelson

·         Stage Managers: Tammy Oller, Dan Shepard

 

This is Mr. DeGroot’s third DGA Award nomination. He previously won in this category in 2013 for 72 Hours, “The Lost Coast” and in 2011 for The Biggest Loser, “Episode 1115.”

 

 

STEVE HRYNIEWICZ

Top Chef, “The First Thanksgiving”

(Bravo)

 

Mr. Hryniewicz’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Director: Austin Sipes

·         Second Assistant Director: Ryan Turpin

 

This is Mr. Hryniewicz’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

ANTHONY B. SACCO

The Chair, “The Test”

(Starz)

 

This is Mr. Sacco’s third DGA Award nomination. He previously won in this category in 2006 for Treasure Hunters, “Episode #101” and was nominated in 2007 for Project Runway, “Fashion Giant #403.”

 

 

ADAM VETRI

Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge, “Welcome to the Gun Show”

(CMT)

 

Mr. Vetri’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Director: Ian Blankenship

·         Stage Manager: Richard Mercury Melendez

 

This is Mr. Vetri’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

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CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS

 

The nominees for the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs for 2014 are (in alphabetical order):

 

PAUL HOEN

How to Build A Better Boy

(Disney Channel)

 

This is Mr. Hoen’s seventh DGA Award nomination. He previously won in this category in 2012 for Let It Shine and in 2007 for Jump In. He was also nominated in 2010 for Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam, in 2008 for Cheetah Girls: One World, in 2004 for Searching for David’s Heart, and in 2000 for the Even Stevens episode “Take My Sister… Please.”

 

 

JONATHAN JUDGE

100 Things To Do Before High School, “Pilot”

(Nickelodeon)

 

Mr. Judge’s Directorial Team:

·Unit Production Manager: Debra Spidell

·First Assistant Director: Julian Petrillo

·Second Assistant Director: Katey Wheelhouse

·Second Second Assistant Director: Ceci Mak

 

This is Mr. Judge’s third DGA Award nomination. He was previously nominated in this category in 2013 for Swindle and in 2012 for Camp Fred.

 

 

VINCE MARCELLO

American Girl: Isabelle Dances Into The Spotlight

(Disney Channel)

 

Mr. Marcello’s Directorial Team:

·         Unit Production Manager: Avram Butch Kaplan

 

This is Mr. Marcello’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

JOEY MAZZARINO

Sesame Street, “4504 Numericon”

(PBS)

 

Mr. Mazzarino’s Directorial Team:

·         Associate Director: Ken Diego

·         Stage Managers: Shawn Havens, Theresa Anderson

 

This is Mr. Mazzarino’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

AMY SCHATZ

Saving My Tomorrow, “Part 1 and 2”

(HBO)

 

This is Ms. Schatz’s ninth DGA Award nomination. She won in this category five times for An Apology to Elephants in 2013, A Child’s Garden of Poetry in 2011, Classical Baby (I’m Grown Up Now), “The Poetry Show” in 2008, ‘Twas the Night in 2001, and Goodnight Moon & Other Sleepy Time Tales in 1999. She was also nominated an additional three times for Don’t Divorce Me! Kids’ Rules for Parents on Divorce in 2012, Hard Times for an American Girl: The Great Depression in 2009, and Through a Child’s Eyes: September 11, 2001 in 2002.

 

 

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COMMERCIALS

 

The nominees for the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Commercials for 2014 are (in alphabetical order):

 

 

NICOLAI FUGLSIG

(MJZ)

 

Sapeurs, Guinness ‑ AMV BBDO

·         First Assistant Director: Bob Wilkins

 

Waiting, FEMA ‑ Deutsch NY

·         First Assistant Director: Bob Wagner

·         Second Assistant Director: Rafa Sanz

 

This is Mr. Fuglsig’s second DGA Award nomination. He previously won in this category in 2007 for Tipping Point (Guinness), It’s Magic (JC Penney), and TJourney (Motorola).

 

 

LAUREN GREENFIELD

(Chelsea Pictures)

 

Always #LikeAGirl, Always – Leo Burnett

·         First Assistant Director: Steve Carmendy

·         Second Assistant Director: John Meyer

 

This is Ms. Greenfield’s second DGA Award nomination. She was previously nominated for the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary in 2012 for Queen of Versailles.

 

 

BRENDAN MALLOY

EMMETT MALLOY

(HSI Productions)

 

The Huddle, Nike ‑ Wieden + Kennedy

·         Unit Production Manager: Line Postmyr

·         First Assistant Directors: Todd Thompson, Monty Greenlee

·         Second Assistant Directors: Jason Swanson, Mike Alberts

·         Second Second Assistant Directors: Gene Smith, Tami Kumin

 

This is Mr. B. Malloy’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

This is Mr. E. Malloy’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

DANIEL MERCADANTE

KATINA HUBBARD

(Epoch Films)

 

Sports Matter, Dick’s Sporting Goods ‑ Anomaly

·         First Assistant Directors: Paul Chaput, Glen Moorman

·         Second Assistant Directors: Glen Moorman, Brook Barksdale, Jo Throckmorton, Adam Stern

 

We Are Not Alone, Facebook ‑ Wieden + Kennedy

·         First Assistant Director: Michael Jordan

·         Second Assistant Director: Adam Stern

 

Big Sister, Facebook ‑ Wieden + Kennedy

·         First Assistant Director: Paul Chaput

·         Second Assistant Director: Adam Stern

 

This is Mr. Mercadante’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

This is Ms. Hubbard’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

NOAM MURRO

(Biscuit Filmworks)

 

Ahead of Their Time, Dodge ‑ Wieden + Kennedy Portland

·         First Assistant Director: Craig Owens

·         Second Assistant Director: Eric Topp

·         Second Second Assistant Director: Rob Nia

 

Empty Chair, Guinness ‑ BBDO NY

·         Unit Production Manager: James Veal

·         First Assistant Director: Craig Pinckes

·         Second Assistant Director: Patrick Cunningham

 

This is Mr. Murro’s eighth DGA Award nomination. He won in this category in 2011 for Handlebar Moustache (Heineken Premium Light), Hot House (DirecTV), Pinata (Volkswagen Tiguan) and Is It Real? (EA Battlefield 3) as well as in 2004 for Carry (Adidas), Glen (Starbucks), and Toy Boat (eBay). He was also nominated in 2002, 2003, 2005, 2007, and 2013.

 

 

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DOCUMENTARY

 

 

DAN KRAUSS

The Kill Team

Oscilloscope Laboratories

ITVS

f/8 Filmworks, Ltd

Motto Pictures

 

This is Mr. Krauss’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

JOHN MALOOF

CHARLIE SISKEL

Finding Vivian Maier

Sundance Selects

Ravine Pictures

 

This is Mr. Maloof’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

This is Mr. Siskel’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

JESSE MOSS

The Overnighters

Drafthouse Films

Mile End Films

Al Di La Films

Impact Partners

 

This is Mr. Moss’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

LAURA POITRAS

Citizenfour

RADiUS

Praxis Films

Participant Media

HBO Documentary Films

Bertha Foundation | BRITDOC Circle | Channel 4

Norddeutscher Rundfunk NDR

Bayerischer Rundfunk BR

Deutscher Filmförderfonds

 

This is Ms. Poitras’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

ORLANDO von EINSIEDEL

Virunga

Netflix

Bertha Foundation

BRITDOC Foundation

Violet Films

Appian Way

Grain Media

 

This is Mr. von Einsiedel’s first DGA Award nomination.

 

 

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