63rd Annual DGA Award Winners!

Check out the complete list of 2011 Director's Guild of America Award winners! Tom Hooper pulls off the upset win for 'The King's Speech' while Charles Ferguson wins for his doc, 'Inside Job'.
The winners of the Directors Guild of America Outstanding Directorial Achievement Awards for 2010 were announced tonight during the 63rd Annual DGA Awards Dinner at the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland in Los Angeles. Tom Hooper won the DGA's Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for The King's Speech.

Following the welcome by DGA President Taylor Hackford to an audience of more than 1,600 guests, director/actor Carl Reiner hosted the ceremony.

Here is the full list of winners below:

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for 2010:

  • Tom Hooper, The King's Speech (The Weinstein Co.)
  • Tom Hooper's Directorial Team:
  • Production Manager: Erica Bensly
  • First Assistant Director: Martin Harrison
  • Second Assistant Director: Chris Stoaling
  • This is Mr. Hooper's first DGA Feature Film Award Nomination. He was previously nominated for the DGA Award for Movies for Television/Miniseries for John Adams in 2008.

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary for 2010:

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Mini-Series for 2010:

  • Mick Jackson's Directorial Team:
  • Unit Production Manager: Scott Ferguson
  • First Assistant Director: Philip Hardage
  • Second Assistant Director: Shawn Pipkin
  • Second Second Assistant Director: Kayse Goodell and Richard E. Chapla Jr.
  • Additional Second Second Assistant Director: Glen Moorman
  • This is Mick Jackson's fourth DGA Award nomination. He is a three-time winner of the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Mini-Series with Indictment: The McMartin Trial (1995), Tuesdays With Morrie (1999), and Live From Baghdad (2002).

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series for 2010:

  • Scorsese's Directorial Team:
  • Unit Production Manager: Harvey Waldman
  • First Assistant Director: Chris Surgent
  • Second Assistant Director: Takahide Kawakami
  • Second Second Assistant Director: Patrick McDonald
  • Additional Second Assistant Director: Sal Sutera DGA Trainee: Jamiyl Ihsaan Campbell
  • This is Martin Scorsese's eighth DGA Award nomination. He won the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature film in 2006 for The Departed, and was previously nominated in that category for Taxi Driver (1976), Raging Bull (1980), Goodfellas (1990), The Age of Innocence (1993), Gangs of New York (2002), and The Aviator (2004). In 1999 Scorsese was presented with the Filmmaker Award at the inaugural DGA Honors Gala and he won the DGA's highest artistic honor, the Lifetime Achievement Award (for distinguished achievement in film direction) in 2003.

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series for 2010:

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical Variety for 2010:

  • Glenn Weiss, 64th Annual Tony Awards (CBS)
  • Glenn Weiss' Directorial Team:
  • Associate Directors: Gregg Gelfand, Robin Abrams, Ricky Kirshner
  • Stage Managers: Garry Hood, Peter Epstein, Andrew Feigin, Lynn Finkel, Doug Fogel, Jeffry Gitter, Dean Gordon, Phyllis Digilio Kent, Arthur Lewis, Joey Meade, Tony Mirante, Cyndi Owgang, Jeff Pearl, Elyse Reaves, Lauren Class Schneider
  • This is Glenn Weiss' seventh DGA Award nomination. He won the Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical Variety in 2007 for The 61st Annual Tony Awards; and was previously nominated in this category in 2008, 2006, 2005, 2002 and 2001 all for the 62nd, 60th, 59th, 56th and 55th Annual Tony Awards.

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Reality Programs for 2010:

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Daytime Serials for 2010:

  • Larry Carpenter, One Life to Live, Episode #10,687 (ABC)
  • Larry Carpenter's Directorial Team:
  • Associate Directors: Tracy Casper Lang, Teresa Anne Cicala, Anthony J. Wilkinson, Jen Pepperman
  • Stage Managers: Alan Needleman, Keith Greer
  • Production Associates: Nathalie Rodriguez, Kevin Brush
  • This is Larry Carpenter's seventh DGA Award nomination and all for his direction of One Life to Live. He won the Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Daytime Serials Award for One Life to Live - "Episode #9947" in 2007, for "Episode #8849" in 2003, and for "So You Think You Can Be Shane Morasco's Father" in 2008. He was previously nominated for that series for "Episode #9686" in 2006, "Episode #9385" in 2005 and "Episode #8655" in 2002.

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs for 2010:

  • Eric Bross, The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (Nickelodeon)
  • This is Bross' first DGA Award nomination.

The King's Speech was released November 26th, 2010 and stars Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter, Derek Jacobi, Robert Portal, Richard Dixon, Paul Trussell, Adrian Scarborough, Andrew Havill. The film is directed by Tom Hooper.

Inside Job was released October 8th, 2010 and stars Matt Damon. The film is directed by Charles Ferguson.

Boardwalk Empire episode 1.1, "Boardwalk Empire" stars Steve Buscemi, Michael Pitt, Kelly Macdonald, Michael Shannon, Shea Whigham, Aleksa Palladino, Michael Stuhlbarg, Stephen Graham and is directed by Martin Scorsese.

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Comments (10)

  1. Cyn

    It certainly wasn't boring. Just saw it on the weekend...

    4 years agoby @cyn-de-harvenFlag

  2. Dan

    Social Network was far from boring. Inaccurate, yes, but not boring.

    4 years agoby @dan1Flag

  3. Daveactor7

    @Joshua you do not know. Second-all of the ppl on here dont think the Social Network is BORING. I also happen to have respect for The King's speech. I'm actually up for it winning the upset. But best director is David Fincher this year.

    "That was a lie and very boring" -I don't know if the film was actually all true, but considering you call it boring? No. Just no.

    4 years agoby @daveactor7Flag

  4. lawrence mccullah

    good bye fincher

    4 years agoby @lawrence-mccullahFlag

  5. lawrence mccullah

    daveactor never going to happen the social network will not win.... not for a film that was a lie and very boring but the king speech was very good and the movie of the year should be inception

    4 years agoby @lawrence-mccullahFlag

  6. Cyn

    I think King's Speech is going to actually come up and take Best Pic and Best Director....

    4 years agoby @cyn-de-harvenFlag

  7. moviegeek

    I just want one year--just one--where something like Winter's Bone just rises up and wins. Hahaha.

    4 years agoby @moviegeekFlag

  8. Daveactor7

    As happy as I am for Hooper, Fincher is going to walk away with the oscar this year. It's really up to the social network or the King's speech. True Grit despite having 10 nominations, will lose most of them and end up taking home a technical award.

    4 years agoby @daveactor7Flag

  9. Brian

    Interesting. Yeah, Fincher for the gold... but, I really cant say until I've seen King's Speech!

    4 years agoby @brianFlag

  10. Dan

    As much as some of us would like to see Fincher walk away with that Director and Best Picture Oscar, I'm betting on Tom Hooper's stuttering king flick to upset everyone. It was made to win awards, and awards it has won and will continue to win.

    4 years agoby @dan1Flag