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Director’s Council nominations focus on veterans like Jane Campion and Steven Spielberg

The Directors Guild of America announced the feature film nominations on Thursday, recognizing Paul Thomas Anderson (“Licorice Pizza”), Kenneth Branagh (“Belfast”), Jane Campion (“The Power of the Dog”), Steven Spielberg (“West Side Story”) and Denis Villeneuve (“The Sand Dunes”). Branagh was the category’s only first-time nominee; others have been nominated by the association before, and Spielberg holds the record for most DGA wins with three.

All five nominated directors also saw their films recognized early Thursday by Manufacturers Association of America, which shows that they include the superiors of this season’s best picture nominees. The Director Guild nominations also tend to fit 4/5 when it comes to the Oscars’ Best Director category. Last year, only DGA’s Aaron Sorkin selected (“Chicago 7’s Challenge”) was eliminated; he was replaced in Thomas Vinterberg’s Oscar nomination (“Another Round”). Last year, the Academy Award went to Todd Phillips (“Joker”) instead of Taika Waititi (“Jojo Rabbit”).

Campion’s participation marks the first time in DGA history that a woman has been nominated in bordering years: Last season, both Emerald Fennell (“Prospective Young Woman”) and eventual winner Chloé Zhao (“Nomadland”) performed. And in the DGA category that recognizes filmmakers for the first time, four of the six nominees are women this year.

Below is a list of the nominees nominated in the main film and television categories. For a full list, including commercials, reality shows and children’s shows, visit dga.org.

Feature

Paul Thomas Anderson, “Licorice pizza

Kenneth Branagh,”Belfast

Jane Campion,”The power of the dog

Steven Spielberg,”West story

Denis Villeneuve, “Sand dunes

Feature for the first time

Maggie Gyllenhaal,”Daughter is gone

Rebecca Hall,”Pass

Tatiana Huezo,”Prayer for the Stolen

Lin-Manuel Miranda,”Clap, Clap… Boom!

Michael Sarnoski, “Pig

Emma Seligman, “Shiva Baby

Documentary

Jessica Kingdon,”Ascension

Stanley Nelson, “Attica

Raoul Peck, “Eliminate all Brutes

Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, “Summer of the soul

Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin,”Rescue

Episode TV series

“Succession,” Kevin Bray (for the episode “Retired Sanitizers of Idaho”)

“The Succession”, Mark Mylod (“All That Bell Says”)

“The Succession”, Andrij Parekh (“What Happens”)

“The Succession”, Robert Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman (“Lion in the Meadow”)

“The Succession”, Lorene Scafaria (“Too Many Birthdays”)

Comedy

“Hacks,” Lucia Aniello (“No Lines”)

“Ted Lasso,” MJ Delaney (“No Weddings and Funerals”)

“Ted Lasso,” Erica Dunton (“Rainbow”)

“Ted Lasso,” Sam Jones (“Beaches After Hours”)

“The White Lotus”, Mike White (“Mysterious Monkeys”)

TV series and limited series

“Underground Railroad,” Barry Jenkins

“Dopesick,” Barry Levinson (“First Bottle”)

“Station Eleven”, Hiro Murai (“Train Wheel”)

“Dopesick,” Danny Strong (“The People vs. Purdue Pharma”)

“Mare of Easttown”, Craig Zobel

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/27/movies/directors-guild-award-nominations-list.html Director’s Council nominations focus on veterans like Jane Campion and Steven Spielberg

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