On Saturday, the annual awards of the American Directors Guild were presented. Christopher Nolan emerged as the great winner. He was honored for the film “Oppenheimer.” For Nolan, this was his first award from the Directors Guild, although he had been nominated four times before.
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American Directors Guild – awards in film and series categories
An interesting situation arose in the category of directing a dramatic series. Four out of five nominations went to the creators of “Succession,” but the statuette was awarded to Peter Hoar for “The Last of Us.”
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