Fratelli Coen sbancatutto: vincono anche i DGA Awards

Da segnalare l’ennesima vincita di Ethan e Joel Coen con “Non è un paese per vecchi”, di Alan Taylor per il pilot di Mad Men, e di Barry Sonnenfeld per il pilot di Pushing Daisies

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    Sono stati consegnati ieri i DGA Awards, i ‘premi Oscar’ dei registi. Da segnalare l’ennesima vincita di Ethan e Joel Coen con “Non è un paese per vecchi”, di Alan Taylor per il pilot di Mad Men, e di Barry Sonnenfeld per il pilot di Pushing Daisies. Di seguito, tutti i vincitori.

    DIRECTORIAL ACHIEVEMENT IN FEATURE FILM

    Joel Coen & Ethan Coen

    “No Country for Old Men”

    (Miramax Films and Paramount Vantage)

    The Coens’ Directorial Team:

    Unit Production Manager: Robert J. Graf

    First Assistant Director: Betsy Magruder

    Second Assistant Director: Bac DeLorme

    Second Second Assistant Director: Jai James

    DIRECTORIAL ACHIEVEMENT IN MOVIES FOR TELEVISION

    Yves Simoneau

    “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee”

    (HBO)

    Mr. Simoneau’s Directorial Team:

    Unit Production Manager * US: Chrisann Verges

    First Assistant Director * US: Cas Donovan

    Second Assistant Director * US: Adam Martin

    DIRECTORIAL ACHIEVEMENT IN DRAMATIC SERIES NIGHT

    Alan Taylor

    “Mad Men” — “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (Pilot)”

    (AMC)

    Mr. Taylor’s Directorial Team:

    Unit Production Manager: Scott Hornbacher

    First Assistant Director: Mark McGann

    Second Assistant Director: Maggie Murphy

    Second Second Assistant Director: John Silvestri

    Second Assistant Director/Location Manager: April Taylor


    DIRECTORIAL ACHIEVEMENT IN COMEDY SERIES

    Barry Sonnenfeld

    “Pushing Daisies” — “Pie-lette”

    (ABC)

    Mr. Sonnenfeld’s Directorial Team:

    Unit Production Manager: Gabriela Vazquez

    First Assistant Director: Chris Soldo

    Second Assistant Director: Greg Hale

    Second Second Assistant Director: Renee Hill-Sweet


    OUTSTANDING DIRECTORIAL ACHIEVEMENT IN MUSICAL VARIETY

    Glenn P. Weiss

    “The 61st Annual Tony Awards”

    (CBS)

    Mr. Weiss’ Directorial Team:

    Associate Directors: Gregg M. Gelfand, Robin Mishkin Abrams, Ken Diego, Ricky Kirshner

    Stage Managers: Garry W. Hood, Peter Epstein, Andrew Feigin, Lynn Finkel, Doug Fogel, Jeffrey Gitter, Dean Gordon, Arthur Lewis, Tony Mirante, Jeff Pearl, Rose Riggins, Lauren Class Schneider


    OUTSTANDING DIRECTORIAL ACHIEVEMENT IN REALITY PROGRAMS

    Bertram Van Munster

    “The Amazing Race” (Episode No. 1110)

    (CBS)

    Mr. Van Munster’s Directorial Team:

    Segment Director: Evan Weinstein


    OUTSTANDING DIRECTORIAL ACHIEVEMENT IN DAYTIME SERIALS

    Larry Carpenter

    “One Life to Live” — “Episode No. 9947″

    (ABC)

    Mr. Carpenter’s Directorial Team:

    Associate Director: Teresa Anne Cicala

    Stage Managers: Alan P. Needleman, Keith Greer

    Production Associate: Anthony Wilkinson


    OUTSTANDING DIRECTORIAL ACHIEVEMENT IN CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS

    Paul Hoen

    “Jump In”

    (Disney Channel)


    OUTSTANDING DIRECTORIAL ACHIEVEMENT IN COMMERCIALS

    Nicolai Fuglsig

    Production Company MJZ UK

    Tipping Point, Guinness – BBDO

    It’s Magic, JC Penney – Saachi & Saachi NY

    First Assistant Director: Thomas Smith

    Second Assistant Director: Kate Greenberg

    Journey, Motorola – AMV BBDO


    OUTSTANDING DIRECTORIAL ACHIEVEMENT IN DOCUMENTARY

    Asger Leth

    “Ghosts of Cite Soleil”

    Sony BMG Feature Films


    2008 DGA SERVICE AND CAREER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD RECIPIENTS

    Jay D. Roth — DGA Honorary Life Membership Award

    Given in Recognition of Service to the Directors Guild of America and Outstanding Creative Achievement.

    Liz Ryan — Frank Capra Achievement Award

    For an Assistant Director or Unit Production Manager in Recognition of Career Achievement in the Industry and Service to the Directors Guild of America.

    Barbara J. Roche — Franklin J. Schaffner Achievement Award

    For an Associate Director or Stage Manager in Recognition of Career Achievement in the Industry and Service to the Directors Guild of America.