Affleck was nominated for directing "Argo," which also scored a Best Motion Picture - Drama nomination. It's Affleck's first Golden Globe nomination for directing; he previously directed "Gone Baby Gone" and "The Town."
Spielberg was nominated for "Lincoln," which -- like "Argo" -- earned a Best Motion Picture - Drama nod. Bigelow was selected for "Zero Dark Thirty"; Bigelow was also nominated for directing "The Hurt Locker" at the 2010 Golden Globes, but lost to James Cameron for "Avatar." She defeated Cameron at the 2010 Academy Awards, however, in the same category.
- Christopher Rosen
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