Directors Guild announce 2007 nominees
The Directors Guild of America have announced the nominations for their awards this year, and it's looking an interesting list, if reflective of so any award announcements this year in their choice of best film.
I wonder if the fact that all the awards announcements are looking so similar is down to the lack of quality film-making over the past few years?
Here are the Directors Guild announcements from Variety. They have the full list including daytime serials, commercials and so on.
Paul Thomas Anderson - There Will Be Blood
Joel Coen and Ethan Coen - No Country for Old Men
Tony Gilroy - Michael Clayton
Sean Penn - Into the Wild
Julian Schnabel - The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick - The War
Alex Gibney - Taxi to the Dark Side
Asger Leth - Ghosts of Cite Soleil
Richard E. Robbins - Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience
Barbet Schroeder - Terror's Advocate
TV DRAMA SERIES
Jack Bender - Lost (Through the Looking Glass)
David Chase - The Sopranos (Made in America)
Eric Laneuville - Lost (The Brig)
Alan Taylor - Mad Men (Smoke Gets in Your Eyes)
Tim Van Patten - The Sopranos (Sopranos Home Movies)
TV COMEDY SERIES
Michael Engler - 30 Rock (Rosemary's Baby)
David Grossman - Desperate Housewives (Something's Coming)
Beth McCarthy-Miller - 30 Rock (Somebody to Love)
David Nutter - Entourage (The Resurrection)
Barry Sonnenfeld - Pushing Daisies (Pie-lette)
MOVIES FOR TV
Jon Avnet - The Starter Wife
Jeremiah Chechik - The Bronx Is Burning
Lloyd Kramer - Oprah Winfrey Presents Mitch Albom's For One More Day
Mikael Salomon - The Company
Yves Simoneau - Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
Who would you pick to win?