Awards for 1992

DGA Award

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Commercials

NOMINEE

James Gartner
For HBO: "Party" and Federal Express: "Adoption".

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

WINNER

The Silence of the Lambs: Jonathan Demme, Kenneth Utt (unit production manager) (plaque), Ronald M. Bozman (first assistant director) (plaque), Kyle McCarthy (second assistant director) (plaque)

NOMINEES




Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary/Actuality

WINNER

NOMINEES



Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Serials - Daytime

WINNER

The Bold and the Beautiful: Michael Stich, Catherine Sedwick (associate director) (plaque), Jim Rice (stage manager) (plaque), Joseph H. Lumer (stage manager) (plaque), Cynthia J. Popp (production associate) (plaque)
For episode #1103.

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Specials

WINNER

Paris Trout: Stephen Gyllenhaal, Tom Luse (unit production manager) (plaque), David Womark (first assistant director) (plaque), Brenda Kalosh (second assistant director) (plaque)

NOMINEES

I'll Fly Away: Joshua Brand
For the pilot episode.

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'

WINNER

Murphy Brown: Peter Bonerz, Bob Jeffords (unit production manager) (plaque), Ned E. Davis (first assistant director) (plaque), Teresa Pfiffner (second assistant director) (plaque), Marge Mullen (technical coordinator) (plaque)
For episode "Uh Oh", part 2.

NOMINEES

Cheers: James Burrows
For episode "Days Of Wine & Neurosis".

Seinfeld: David Steinberg
For episode "The Tape".

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' - Night

WINNER

I'll Fly Away: Eric Laneuville, James T. Davis (unit production manager) (plaque), Carol Green (first assistant director) (plaque), Catherine Murphy (second assistant director) (plaque)
For episode "All God's Children".

NOMINEES

Northern Exposure: James Hayman
For episode "Jules & Joel".

Northern Exposure: Stuart Margolin
For episode "Goodbye To All That".

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Commericals

WINNER

Joe Pytka
For Hallmark: "Dance Card" and Nike: "The Bo Show".

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety

WINNER

The 45th Annual Tony Awards: Walter C. Miller, Christine Clark (associate director) (plaque), Gary Natoli (stage manager) (plaque)

NOMINEES


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime

WINNER

Brother Future: Roy Campanella II, Wayne Morris (unit production manager) (plaque), Sandra M. Middleton (first assistant director) (plaque), Patricia Dyer Walden (second assistant director) (plaque)

NOMINEES

ABC Afterschool Specials: Consuelo González
For episode "In the Shadow of Love: A Teen AIDS Story".

CBS Schoolbreak Special: Barra Grant
For episode "Lies of the Heart".

Outstanding Directorial Achievement Commercials

WINNER

Leslie Dektor (director)
For American Express: "Elevator", U.S. West: "Missed The Bus", Bank Of America: "Second Generation" and So. California Edison: "Truth"

Lifetime Achievement Award

WINNER

Career Achievement Award

Sports

WINNER

Edward T. Nathanson

DGA Honorary Life Member Award

WINNER

Franklin J. Schaffner Achievement Award

WINNER

Marilyn Jacobs-Furey

Robert B. Aldrich Achievement Award

WINNER

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