Awards for 2005

DGA Award

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Commercials

WINNER

Noam Murro
For Adidas: "Carry", Starbucks: "Glen" and eBay: "Toy Boat".

NOMINEES

Dante Ariola
For Stella: "Circus", Levi's: "Urban Legend" and Barclay's: "Money Tree".

Fredrik Bond
For Three: "Cherry" and "Jelly Fish" and Nike Euro: "The Other Game".

Andrew Douglas
For Renault: "Fell It", Price Waterhouse Coopers: "The Air", Barclay's: "New Day" and Microsoft: "Hat".

Jim Jenkins
For Discovery Channel: "Antlers" and "Milk Truck", Nextel: "Dance Party" and TBS: "Strange Fruit".

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

WINNER

Million Dollar Baby: Clint Eastwood, Tim Moore (unit production manager) (plaque), Robert Lorenz (first assistant director) (plaque), Donald Murphy (second assistant director) (plaque), Katie Carroll (second second assistant director) (plaque), Ryan Craig (additional second assistant director) (plaque)

NOMINEES




Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Daytime Serials

WINNER

Guiding Light: Bruce S. Barry, Tracey Hanley Bryggman (associate director) (plaque), Ann Vettel (stage manager) (plaque), Adam Reist (stage manager) (plaque), Jan Conklin (production associate) (plaque)
For episode #14,321.

NOMINEES

General Hospital: Joseph Behar
For episode #10,461 ("The 25 Million Dollar Auction").


Guiding Light: Brian Mertes, Matt Lagle
For episode #14,322.

All My Children: Conal O'Brien
For episode #8768.

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'

WINNER

Sex and the City: Timothy Van Patten, Jane Raab (unit production manager) (plaque), Margo Myers (unit production manager) (plaque), Bettiann Fishman (first assistant director) (plaque), Peter Soldo (second assistant director) (plaque)
For episode "An American Girl in Paris: Part Deux".

NOMINEES

Curb Your Enthusiasm: Bryan Gordon
For episode "The 5 Wood".

Curb Your Enthusiasm: Robert B. Weide
For episode "The Carpool Lane".

Desperate Housewives: Charles McDougall
For the pilot episode.

Desperate Housewives: Arlene Sanford
For episode "Pretty Little Picture".

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' - Night

WINNER

Deadwood: Walter Hill, Gregg Fienberg (unit production manager) (plaque), James Alan Hensz (first assistant director) (plaque), Kenneth Roth (second assistant director) (plaque), Kevin Turley (second second assistant director) (plaque)
For the pilot episode.

NOMINEES

ER: Christopher Chulack
For episode "Time of Death".

Lost: J.J. Abrams
For the pilot episode, part 1.

The Sopranos: John Patterson
For episode "All Due Respect".

The Sopranos: Timothy Van Patten
For episode "Long Term Parking".

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs

WINNER

Going to the Mat: Stuart Gillard, Don Schain (unit production manager) (plaque), Matias Alvarez (first assistant director) (plaque), Miriam Footer (second assistant director) (plaque), Christopher Barnes (second second assistant director) (plaque)

NOMINEES




Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety

WINNER

Genius: A Night for Ray Charles: Bruce Gowers, Laura Lyons (associate director) (plaque), Paige Rabban Hadley (associate director) (plaque), Leslie Wilson (associate director) (plaque), Gary Natoli (stage manager) (plaque), Valdez Flagg (stage manager) (plaque), Harve Levine (stage manager) (plaque), Dency Nelson (stage manager) (plaque), Jacqueline Stathis (stage manager) (plaque), Debbie Williams (stage manager) (plaque)

NOMINEES


Great Performances: Ron de Moraes
For episode "Eric Clapton: Crossroads Guitar Festival".


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television

WINNER

Something the Lord Made: Joseph Sargent, Karyn McCarthy (unit production manager) (plaque), Michele Ziegler (first assistant director) (plaque), Joe Incaprera (second assistant director) (plaque), Xanthus Valan (second second assistant director) (plaque)

NOMINEES




DGA Diversity Award

WINNER

Stephen McPherson
To the president of ABC Primetime Entertainment.

Frank Capra Achievement Award

WINNER

Franklin J. Schaffner Achievement Award

WINNER

Stanley Faer

President's Award

WINNER

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