The nominations for the 75th annual Directors Guild Awards are officially in. Noteworthy picks this year include Joseph Kosinski, who was nominated for directing Top Gun: Maverick. Everything Everywhere All at Once directing duo the Daniels were also recognized for their achievement this year.
It hasn’t gone unnoticed that there were zero women filmmakers nominated for the marquee award. While that is disappointing, it’s worth pointing out that women directors make up four of the five first-time theatrical film nominees.
If you’re someone who put money on the eventual Academy Awards winners, then you might want to pay attention to these awards. The DGA is a strong predictor of Oscar success historically, missing the eventual Best Director winner only eight times in 74 years.
Winners will be announced during the guild’s awards ceremony February 18 at the Beverly Hilton.
Here are all nominees for the 75th annual DGA Awards:
OUTSTANDING DIRECTORIAL ACHIEVEMENT IN THEATRICAL FEATURE FILM
Unit Production Manager: Nigel Wooll; First Assistant Director: Sebastian Fahr‑Brix
Top Gun: Maverick
Unit Production Managers: LeeAnn Stonebreaker, Tommy Harper; First Assistant Director: Scott Robertson; Second Assistant Directors: Andrew Stahl, Robert E. Kay; Second Second Assistant Director: Spencer Taylor
DANIEL KWAN & DANIEL SCHEINERT
Everything Everywhere All at Once
Unit Production Manager: Allison Rose Carter; First Assistant Director: Rodney Smith; Second Assistant Director: John Nasraway; Second Second Assistant Director: Ken C. Wu
The Banshees of Inisherin
First Assistant Director: Peter Kohn
Unit Production Manager: Carla Raij; First Assistant Director: Josh McLaglen; Second Assistant Director: Heather Wagner‑Wang; Second Second Assistant Director: David Stickler
OUTSTANDING DIRECTORIAL ACHIEVEMENT OF A FIRST-TIME THEATRICAL FEATURE FILM DIRECTOR
JOHN PATTON FORD
Emily the Criminal
ANTONETA ALAMAT KUSIJANOVIC
What do you make of this year’s Directors Guild Awards nominees? Are they well deserved? Which director deserved to make the list but did not? Sound off in the comments below to let us and the rest of the movie-loving world know your thoughts!