The Hollywood studios have begun speaking out and condemned the recent Hamas attacks and are standing with Israel. Paramount Global was the first studio to release a public statement in a post on Instagram. “Paramount Global condemns the terrorist attacks by Hamas. We stand with the people of Israel and the global Jewish community. We stand with all the innocent lives impacted. We stand with the children who deserve to be children. We stand united…"Hollywood Studios Condemn Hamas Attacks, Stand with Israel"
Following their first set of nomination announcements on Tuesday, the rest of the 75th Annual DGA Awards nominations were announced. Today’s nominee announcement includes both Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Theatrical Feature Film and First-Time Theatrical Feature Film. “The work recognized this year represents the amazing power of film in the hands of these gifted directors to tell deeply moving stories that profoundly affect us all. The recognition by one’s peers in our highly collaborative creative…"75th Annual DGA Awards Nominations Announced"
The Directors Guild of America honored the best of the past year in TV and Film during the DGA Awards ceremony held on Saturday night. Like many of the other awards ceremonies this year, The 73rd Annual DGA Awards were presented virtually. To nobody’s surprise, Chloé Zhao won the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Theatrical Feature Film for Nomadland. The DGA Awards are one of the best predictors when it comes to who…"DGA Awards: 73rd Annual Winners"
The DGA Awards Theatrical Feature nominees for 2020 were announced today by Directors Guild of America President Thomas Schlamme. “Throughout these challenging and isolating times, the universal power of film has served such a meaningful role in our culture—helping fulfill our needs for human connection, expanding our worldviews, and keeping us inspired through stunning storytelling and artistry,” said Schlamme. “I congratulate our five nominees whose diverse and extraordinary films embodied that universal power in a…"DGA Awards Theatrical Feature Film Nominees"
The Directors Guild of America (DGA) announced the five nominees for the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for 2018. Once again, no women have been nominated. I cannot stress this enough. While Greta Gerwig was nominated for Lady Bird last year, you’d have to go back to Kathryn Bigelow’s nomination for The Hurt Locker (2009) and Zero Dark Thirty (2012). Before this, the most recent nomination had been Sofia Coppola for Lost in…"DGA Nominations and Snubs"