Directors Guild Awards 2015 – Television and Documentary Nominations
The nominees have been unveiled for the Directors Guild Awards for Outstanding Direction in Television, Commercials and Documentary Film. These are the companion nominations to the Film nods that came out on Tuesday. Of course, these nominations were actually revealed yesterday, but because I’m given to flights of intemperate idiocy, I completely overlooked the press release in my feed. So yeah, day late, but hopefully not a dollar short. After all, there are some pretty stellar nominees in this list.
The nominees include double nods for Homeland, and competitive nominations for Game of Thrones, True Detective, The Normal Heart, Peter Pan Live! and a personal favorite of mine, The Quest. Documentary nominations include 87th Oscar nominees Citizenfour, Finding Vivian Maier and Virunga.
And those are just a few of the nominees! Check out the full list of TV and documentary film nominees below:
DIRECTORS GUILD AWARDS 2015 – TELEVISION, COMMERCIALS AND DOCUMENTARY FILM NOMINATIONS
Dan Krauss – The Kill Team
John Maloof and Charlie Siskel – Finding Vivian Maier
Jesse Moss – The Overnighters
Laura Poitras – Citizenfour
Orlando von Einsiedel – Virunga
Dan Attias – Homeland for “13 Hours in Islamabad”
Jodie Foster – House of Cards for “Chapter 22”
Cary Joji Fukunaga – True Detective for “Who Goes There”
Lesli Linka Glatter – Homeland for “From A to B and Back Again”
Alex Graves – Game of Thrones for “The Children”
Louis C. K. – Louie for “Elevator Part 6”
Jodie Foster – Orange Is the New Black for “Thirsty Bird”
Mike Judge – Silicon Valley for “Minimum Viable Product”
Gail Mancuso – Modern Family for “Las Vegas”
Jill Soloway – Transparent for “Best New Girl”
MINISERIES OR TV FILM
Rob Ashford and Glenn Weiss – Peter Pan Live!
Lisa Cholodenko – Olive Kitteridge
Uli Edel – Houdini
Ryan Murphy – The Normal Heart
Michael Wilson – The Trip to Bountiful
VARIETY/TALK/NEWS/SPORTS (REGULARLY SCHEDULED PROGRAMMING)
Paul G. Casey – Real Time With Bill Maher, “#1226?
Dave Diomedi – The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, “Episode 1?
Jim Hoskinson – The Colbert Report, “#11040?
Don Roy King – Saturday Night Live, “Host Jim Carrey/Musical Guest Iggy Azalea”
Chuck O’Neil – The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, “Open-Carrying to the Midterms”
Hamish Hamilton – The 86th Annual Academy Awards
Louis J. Horvitz – The 37th Annual Kennedy Center Honors
Des McAnuff – Billy Crystal: 700 Sundays
Rich Russo – Super Bowl XLVIII
Glenn Weiss – The 68th Annual Tony Awards
Bertram van Munster, Jack Cannon, Elise Doganieri – The Quest, “One True Hero”
Neil DeGroot – The Biggest Loser, “Episode 1613?
Steve Hryniewicz – Top Chef, “The First Thanksgiving”
Anthony B. Sacco – The Chair, “The Test”
Adam Vetri – Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge, “Welcome to the Gun Show”
Paul Hoen – How to Build A Better Boy
Jonathan Judge – 100 Things To Do Before High School, “Pilot”
Vince Marcello – American Girl: Isabelle Dances Into The Spotlight
Joey Mazzarino – Sesame Street, “4504 Numericon”
Amy Schatz – Saving My Tomorrow, “Part 1 and 2?
Nicolai Fuglsig – Sapeurs (Guinness), Waiting (FEMA)
Lauren Greenfield – Always #LikeAGirl (Always)
Brendan Malloy, Emmett Malloy – The Huddle (Nike)
Daniel Mercadante, Katina Hubbard – Sports Matter (Dick’s Sporting Goods), We Are Not Alone (Facebook), Big Sister (Facebook)
Noam Murro – Ahead of Their Time (Dodge), Empty Chair (Guinness)
The 67th DGA Awards will be hosted by Jane Lynch, and will take place on Saturday, February 7th from the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles.