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Post by silly girl on Wed Jan 25 2012, 01:59

Hours after the Academy Award nominations were announced, presenters for the 64th annual Directors Guild Awards were revealed.
Michelle Williams, George Clooney, Ben Kingsley, Octavia Spencer, Berenice Bejo, Jean Dujardin, Jessica Chastain and Owen Wilson have been tapped to present at Saturday's ceremony.
Additionally, DGA president Taylor Hackford, Michael Apted, Jon Cryer, Laura Dern, Tom Hooper, Stana Katic, Kathleen Robertson, Betty Thomas and Deborah Ann Woll will also take part.
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The nominees for outstanding directorial achievement in feature film include Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris), David Fincher (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo), Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist), Alexander Payne (The Descendants) and Martin Scorsese (Hugo).
On the television side, Modern Family, Curb Your Enthusiasm, General Hospital and All My Children lead with two nominations apiece.
The winner will be announced Saturday at the Grand Ballroom in Hollywood & Highland, hosted by recent Golden Globe winner Kelsey Grammer.

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by it's me on Wed Jan 25 2012, 06:36

presenting
means...?

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Joanna on Wed Jan 25 2012, 10:55

Giving the Award to a winner

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Cinderella on Wed Jan 25 2012, 12:02

Maybe we will get more pictures of George! cheers cameraclick

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by it's me on Wed Jan 25 2012, 12:38

I know Jo
thanks
I was meaning if this presenting is also
- there for maybe a prize himself
- another red c

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Joanna on Wed Jan 25 2012, 13:05

Only Directors. The nominees are listed in first post

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by it's me on Wed Jan 25 2012, 13:14


are those ALL the nominees?


- for outstanding directorial achievement in feature film include Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris), David Fincher (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo), Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist), Alexander Payne (The Descendants) and Martin Scorsese (Hugo)


-on the television side, Modern Family, Curb Your Enthusiasm, General Hospital and All My Children lead with two nominations apiece


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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by sisieq on Wed Jan 25 2012, 18:45

silly girl wrote:Hours after the Academy Award nominations were announced, presenters for the 64th annual Directors Guild Awards were revealed.

Michelle Williams, George Clooney, Ben Kingsley, Octavia Spencer, Berenice Bejo, Jean Dujardin, Jessica Chastain and Owen Wilson have been tapped to present at Saturday's ceremony.

Additionally, DGA president Taylor Hackford, Michael Apted, Jon Cryer, Laura Dern, Tom Hooper, Stana Katic, Kathleen Robertson, Betty Thomas and Deborah Ann Woll will also take part.

The nominees for outstanding directorial achievement in feature film include Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris), David Fincher (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo), Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist), Alexander Payne (The Descendants) and Martin Scorsese (Hugo).
On the television side, Modern Family, Curb Your Enthusiasm, General Hospital and All My Children lead with two nominations apiece.

The winner will be announced Saturday at the Grand Ballroom in Hollywood & Highland, hosted by recent Golden Globe winner Kelsey Grammer.

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by it's me on Wed Jan 25 2012, 18:53

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Missa on Wed Jan 25 2012, 23:12

So it's DGA on the 28th and SAG on the 29th. Whew, that'll be a busy weekend for us, girls! cheers

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Cinderella on Wed Jan 25 2012, 23:15

Yay... I didn't pick that up, Missa. Thanks! cheers

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Katiedot on Thu Jan 26 2012, 07:10

DGAs, SAGs, it's like alphabetti spaghetti this weekend!

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Dexterdidit on Thu Jan 26 2012, 10:33


LOL Looks that way. George will be busy.

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by it's me on Thu Jan 26 2012, 18:04

alphabetti spaghetti?

nice! Very Happy

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Cinderella on Sat Jan 28 2012, 23:02

**Bump**

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Cinderella on Sat Jan 28 2012, 23:18

Does anyone know where we can watch the awards?

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by it's me on Sun Jan 29 2012, 01:29

nothing?

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by LornaDoone on Sun Jan 29 2012, 01:39

Cinderella wrote:Does anyone know where we can watch the awards?

DGA awards are not televised:

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by it's me on Sun Jan 29 2012, 01:52

ok

but no pics?
at all???

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by lovelylois on Sun Jan 29 2012, 03:26

Here is the first pictures from wire image but I don't see George yet.
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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Katiedot on Sun Jan 29 2012, 03:29

Getty has pictures of him. Can't post those so will wait to see what else comes up

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by silly girl on Sun Jan 29 2012, 03:35

He looks sweet with Shailene....

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by The next mrs clooney on Sun Jan 29 2012, 03:36

Getty pictures look good. George looks handsome and happy. And he's flying solo tonight.

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Katiedot on Sun Jan 29 2012, 03:39

Found one! Looks like he skipped the red carpet

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Michelle meyers on Sun Jan 29 2012, 03:54

OH COOL!! Melody Thomas Scott was there... ahem sorry george..

She's on my soap opera ( The Young and The Restless )
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( smile george)

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by zizi on Sun Jan 29 2012, 04:17

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Katiedot on Sun Jan 29 2012, 04:37

From Zizi's link:

Posted on January 28, 2012 7:46PM by Molly Goodson



George Clooney posed with his The Descendants costar Shailene Woodley at the Directors Guild Awards in LA this evening. George appeared to arrive without his girlfriend and award season companion, Stacy Keibler, on his arm. Stacy tweeted just a few hours ago about being at a bridal shower, so perhaps she's sitting this one out ahead of tomorrow's SAG Awards. Shailene was decked out in a sheer, red Valentino gown for the evening. Their film's director, Alexander Payne, is a nominee this evening, while Sunday's Screen Actors Guild event is all about the onscreen stars. It was a huge week for everyone involved in The Descendants, since it picked up five Oscar nominations!

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Post by zizi on Sun Jan 29 2012, 05:35

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George Clooney: DGA Awards with Shailene Woodley!

George Clooney poses with his Descendants co-star Shailene Woodley at the 2012 Directors Guild of America Awards held at the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland on Saturday (January 28) in Hollywood.

The 50-year-old actor skipped the red carpet and made his way to the cocktail reception, where he met up with Shailene, Christine Lahti, director Thomas Schlamme, and DGA First Vice President Paris Barclay.

George attended the ceremony to support his Descendants director Alexander Payne, who was nominated for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film.

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Dexterdidit on Sun Jan 29 2012, 05:55

George looks good is he wearing that blue tie again? He seems to decide to skip some red carpets which is a little odd. It's funny those always the ones he goes solo too. Can't wait to hear who wins what! Shailene looks sweet. Melody Scott Thomas is one of my old favourites I used to love The Young and the Restless until they skipped 4 years so we would be the same as the US I stopped watching it then.

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Katiedot on Sun Jan 29 2012, 07:28

Maybe he didn't do the red carpet because he wasn't nominated? Didn't he say a long time ago how he felt uncomfortable going to awards ceremonies if he wasn't a nominee?

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by lolo"layla" on Sun Jan 29 2012, 08:06

getty and u must see!

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Vi on Sun Jan 29 2012, 08:16

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From the hollywood reporter

At the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland, Hollywood's directors honored their own Saturday night.

1/28/2012 by THR Staff

Michel Hazanavicius was hailed as outstanding director of the year for The Artist at the 64th annual Directors Guild of America Awards, which were held Saturday night at the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland. The win makes Artist, the silent movie that is storming its way through awards season, the prohibitive favorite to win the big prizes come Oscar night since there have only been six instances in the history of the DGA Awards when the guild's feature film winner has not gone on to win the Academy Award for best director.


Tom Hooper, last year's DGA winner, opened the envelop that revealed Hazanavicius' name, and Hooper went on last year to win the directing Oscar while The King's Speech was crowned best picture. "This is very moving and touching for me," Hazanavicius' said as he accepted the honor which follows victories for the Weinstein Co. release at the Producers Guild of America and the Golden Globes.

The other nominees for the feature directing award were Woody Allen for Midnight in Paris, David Fincher for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Alexander Payne for The Descendants and Martin Scorsese for Hugo.

Among the ceremony's television winners, Patty Jenkins earned the drama series award for directing the pilot of AMC's The Killing; Robert B. Weide took the comedy prize for the "Palestinian Chicken" episode of HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm; and John Cassar claimed movie-of-the-week/miniseries honors for Reelz Channel's The Kennedys. While Jenkins and Weide were first time recipients, Cassar received the dramatic TV series award in 2006 for an episode of 24.

As part of the evening, hosted by Kelsey Grammer, the DGA also honored several of its own: Ed Sherin will receive the 2012 Honorary Life Member Award; Katy Garretson will be presented with the 2012 Frank Capra Achievement Award; and Dennis Mazzocco will be recognized with the 2012 Franklin J. Schaffner Achievement Award.

DGA president Taylor Hackford kicked off the proceedings by asking everyone to stand and offer a toast to Gil Cates, the director and producer who died in October. Cates had served by as the guild's negotiations chairman during four rounds of contract talks and also as a DGA secretary/treasurer, and said Hackford, "there was no greater champion of our creative and economic rights."

Hackford also used the occasion to reiterate the guild's determination to fight Internet theft, despite the recent setback the industry experienced when two anti-piracy bills were tabled by Congress. He blamed "outright lies spread by Google and other technology companies whose business models are made all the more profitable if the work of the people in this room is stolen, made available on the Internet for free." He vowed that "we remain undeterred by last week's events, not only for those of you here tonight but also for future filmmakers who we hope will be winning DGA Awards in the years to come. Stay tuned."

Shifting to a lighter note, Grammer, who was chosen to host since he is a director as well as an actor and a producer, took over the role that Carl Reiner had played at 23 previously guild dinners. He immediately scored several jokes off last year's ceremony, a celebration of the DGA's 75th anniversary that ran long because of a program of short films celebrating the DGA's history. "Even James Cameron said it was too long," he cracked.

Rather than just show clips of its best feature nominees, the DGA first calls each nominee to the stage individually to accept a medallion.

Kathy Bates, who plays Gertrude Stein in Midnight in Paris, offered a tribute to Allen. The movie is the second of his films in which she has appeared -- she was also in 1991's Shadows and Fog. While she admitted Allen struck her as "a little neurotic" the first time she worked with him, this time around she found him "to be warm and personable and friendly -- for Woody."

While Allen wasn't present, but he did appear by videotape and had the room erupting in laughter as he explained he chose not to attend because he was afraid if he was forced to mingle, he wouldn't be able to hold up his end of a conversation."I'm the only guy who is short, who wears tweed clothing, who wears horn-rimmed glasses, who is Jewish, but is not smart," he protested.

Artist costars Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo also charmed the crowd as they worked their way through a bit of a comic routine in which Bejo recounted the first time she auditioned for Hazanavicius, who would eventually become her husband, while Dujardin pretended to be her agent. They did air one complaint about the director, saying that after the tenth take of the movie's tap dance routine, Hazanavicius simply told them, "Pretty good, but could you smile more."

George Clooney was on hand to introduce Payne and The Descendants. He also chose to take a comic route, offering up mock oratory, in which he hailed "the greatest of all the Greek gods -- Alexander Uranus Payne!" That allowed him to set up the punchline: "On a night when only one god can reign supreme, this is my final plea: Pick Uranus!"

Accepting his medallion, Payne offered a touching remembrance of the Czech director Jiri Weiss, who had befriended him when he, at age 23, was just launching his career. Describing how relationships can took root between older and younger directors, Payne explained, "One envies his counterpart's wisdom, while the other his counterpart's youth. From opposite sides of their careers, both are haunted by the films they'll never make."

Ben Kingsley, who plays the director George Melies in Hugo, did the honors when it was time to celebrate Scorsese's nomination. And as he made his way to the stage, Scorsese was given a standing ovation. Scorsese, in turn, described how Kingsley brought Melies so convincingly to life that when Melies' granddaughter visited the set, although she had never known her grandfather, she looked at the actor and the two "embraced in tears."

The DGA Awards winners and nominees are:

OUTSTANDING DIRECTORIAL ACHIEVEMENT IN FEATURE FILM

*WINNER Michel Hazanavicius, The Artist

Directorial Team

Unit Production Manager: Antoine De Cazotte

Production Manager (FR): Segolene Fleury

First Assistant Director (FR): James Canal

First Assistant Director (US): David Cluck

Second Assistant Director (US): Dave Paige

Second Second Assistant Directors: Karla Strum, Ricky Robinson

Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris

David Fincher, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

Alexander Payne, The Descendants

Martin Scorsese, Hugo



MOVIES FOR TELEVISION AND MINI-SERIES

*WINNER Jon Cassar, The Kennedys (Reelz Channel)

Jeff Bleckner, Hallmark Hall of Fame, Beyond The Blackboard (CBS)

Stephen Gyllenhaal, Girl Fight (Lifetime)

Demi Moore, Jennifer Aniston, Penelope Spheeris, Alicia Keys, Patty Jenkins Five (Lifetime)

Michael Stevens, Thurgood (HBO)


DRAMATIC SERIES

*WINNER Patty Jenkins, The Killing, “Pilot” (AMC)

Michael Cuesta, Homeland, “Pilot” (Showtime)

Vince Gilligan, Breaking Bad, “Face Off” (AMC)

Tim Van Patten, Game of Thrones, “Winter is Coming” (Pilot) (HBO)

Michael Waxman, Friday Night Lights, “Always” (NBC)


COMEDY SERIES

*WINNER Robert B. Weide, Curb Your Enthusiasm, “Palestinian Chicken” (HBO)

Directorial Team:

Associate Directors: Dale Stern, Tim Gibbon

State Managers: Jonathan Harris, Jerri Churchill, Dana Jackson

Fred Savage, Modern Family, “After the Fire” (ABC)

Don Scardino, 30 Rock, “Double-Edged Sword” (NBC)

Michael Spiller, Modern Family, “Express Christmas” (ABC)

David Steinberg, Curb Your Enthusiasm, “The Divorce” (HBO)


MUSICAL VARIETY

*WINNER Glenn Weiss, 65th Annual Tony Awards (CBS)

Directorial Team:

Associate Directors: Ken Diego, Robin Abrams, Debra Gelman, Ricky Kirshner

Stage Managers: Garry Hood, Peter Epstein, Andrew Feigin, Lynn Finkel, Doug Fogel, Jeffrey Gitter, Phyllis Diglio-Kent, Arthur Lewis, Jeff Markowitz, Joey Meade, Tony Mirante, Cyndi Owgang, Jeff Pearl, Elise Reaves, Lauren Class Schneider, Annette Powlis

Louis J. Horvitz, The Kennedy Center Honors (CBS)

Don Roy King, Saturday Night Live With Host Justin Timberlake (NBC)

Don Mischer, 83rd Annual Academy Awards (ABC)

Chuck O'Neil, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Comedy Central)


REALITY PROGRAMS

*WINNER Neil P. Degroot, Biggest Loser, “Episode #1115” (NBC)

Associate Director: Andy Nelson

Eytan Keller, The Next Iron Chef: Super Chefs, “Next Iron Chef Episode” (Food Network)

Brian Smith, Master Chef, “Episode #201” (FOX)

J. Rupert Thompson, Fear Factor 2.0, “Scorpion Tales” (NBC)

Bertram Van Munster, The Amazing Race, “You Don’t Get Paid Unless You Win?” (CBS)


OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN DOCUMENTARY FILM

*WINNER James Marsh, Project Nim

Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky, Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory

Steve James,The Interrupters

Richard Press, Bill Cunningham New York

Martin Scorsese, George Harrison: Living in the Material World


COMMERCIALS

* WINNER Noam Murro (Biscuit Filmworks)

Handle Bar Moustache, Heineken Premium Light- Wieden & Kennedy/NY
· Unit Production Manager: James Powell Veal
· First Assistant Director: Tommy Gormley
· Second Assistant Director: Ian Robert Calip
· Second Second Assistant Director: Michael King

Hot House, DirecTV – Grey/NY
· Unit Production Manager: James Powell Veal
· First Assistant Director: Scott C. Harris
· Second Assistant Director: Mark R. Robinson
· Second Second Assistant Director: Brady Sloan

Pinata, Volkswagen Tiguan – Deutsch/LA
· Unit Production Manager: James Powell Veal
· First Assistant Director: Scott M. Metcalfe
· Second Assistant Director: Ty Arnold

Is It Real?, EA Battlefield 3 - Wieden & Kennedy/Portland
· First Assistant Director: Michael David Salven
· Second Assistant Director: Erv E. Gentry
· Second Second Assistant Director: Eric Schneider

Lance Acord (Park Pictures)

The Force, VW Passat – Deutsch LA
Paint the Town, NIKE Basketball – Wieden & Kennedy/Portland
Sweetest Moment, NBA – Goodby, Silverstein & Partners
The Chosen, NIKE - 72andSunny

Dante Ariola (MJZ)

Parallels, Jim Beam – Strawberry Frog
Black Betty, Volkswagen – Deutsch/LA

Gas Powered Everything, Nissan Leafe -- TBWA Chiat Day

Fredrik Bond (MJZ)

Date, Heineken - Wieden & Kennedy/Amsterdam
The Entrance, Heineken - Wieden & Kennedy/Amsterdam

Steve Miller (@radical.media)

Pommel Horse, Dos Equis – Euro RSCG Worldwide/NY
Speed Dating, Dos Equis - Euro RSCG Worldwide/NY
Pygmy, Dos Equis – Euro RSCG Worldwide/NY
Guinea Pigs, Geico – Martin Agency
Sushi, Geico – Martin Agency
Fort, Cheetos – Goodby Silverstein and Partners
Parking Lot, Ortega – Grey Worldwide


DAYTIME SERIALS

*WINNER William Ludel, General Hospital, “Intervention” (ABC)

Directorial Team:

Associate Directors: Christin Magarian Ucar, Denise Van Cleave, Penny Pengra, Peter Fillmore, RC Cates, David MacLeod

Stage Managers: Craig McManus, Crystal Craft

Production Associates: Christine Cooper, Andrea Compton

Larry Carpenter, One Life to Live, “Episode #10917” (ABC)

Casey Childs, All My Children, “Episode #10712” (ABC)

Mike Denney, The Young and the Restless, “Episode #9710” (CBS)

Scott McKinsey, General Hospital, “Episode #12364” (ABC)

Cynthia J. Popp, The Bold and the Beautiful, “Episode #6057” (CBS)

Angela Tessinari, All My Children, “Episode #10704” (ABC)


CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS

*WINNER Amy Schatz, A Child’s Garden of Poetry (HBO)

John Fortenberry, Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred (Nickelodeon)

Jeffrey Hornaday, Geek Charming (Disney Channel)

Michael Lembeck, Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure (Disney Channel)

Patricia Riggen, Lemonade Mouth (Disney Channel)

Damon Santostefano, Best Player (Nickelodeon)

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Post by Katiedot on Sun Jan 29 2012, 09:26

Did George really say "Pick Uranus"?

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by it's me on Sun Jan 29 2012, 10:12

what Alexander Payne won?

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Post by Dexterdidit on Sun Jan 29 2012, 10:31

See that is what I thought he said too....so I guess if we both heard it he must have said it or we both need our hearing checked. That does so sound like a George thing to say. I do like that award it looks so cool!

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by laetval on Sun Jan 29 2012, 10:45

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by playfuldeb on Sun Jan 29 2012, 11:02

something looks "off" with regards to george's face. A swoolen jaw? weight gain? Or does he look like he's in pain? Something's not right

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by lelacorb on Sun Jan 29 2012, 11:03

What do you think? Stacy did not go or he has not wanted?When someone is missing is an education experience not to leave empty seats. If Stacy had already committed her to tell, a bachelorette party is a party that you plan ahead and send the invitations!

Seating cards for actor George Clooney and his date Stacy Keibler are at the table for the film "The Descendants" as set up for the SAG Awards continues at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012.

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Joanna on Sun Jan 29 2012, 11:41


I don't quite understand what you're saying lelacorb ?

SAG awards are today, Sunday and Stacy was obviously not available
for DG Awards on Saturday.

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by Joanna on Sun Jan 29 2012, 11:44

Dexterdidit wrote:See that is what I thought he said too....so I guess if we both heard it he must have said it or we both need our hearing checked. That does so sound like a George thing to say. I do like that award it looks so cool!

How did you hear it Dexter ? Have I missed a video of his speech somewhere ?
I agree the silver coloured medallion looks great, but it's a gold coloured one for the winner !

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by it's me on Sun Jan 29 2012, 12:20

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by lelacorb on Sun Jan 29 2012, 12:48

Joanna wrote:
I don't quite understand what you're saying lelacorb ?

SAG awards are today, Sunday and Stacy was obviously not available
for DG Awards on Saturday.
I made a mistake, I confused the prizes!




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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by melbert on Sun Jan 29 2012, 14:16

I personally think that he looks WONDERFULLY HOT!!!!! And, yes, did I miss a video too?

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by it's me on Sun Jan 29 2012, 14:27

can someone tell me what does it mean this Pick Uranus????

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by silly girl on Sun Jan 29 2012, 14:32

Most ten to twelve year old boys laugh when they hear the word "Uranus"----read it like this " Ur--anus"....get it? Oh puh-lease!


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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by it's me on Sun Jan 29 2012, 14:33

I fear it

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so?
alzheimer?

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by melbert on Sun Jan 29 2012, 14:59

Nothing to do with Alzheimer's It's Me. Just George doing his potty humor. He's used the "Uranus" joke before. It really seems as if he has a serious affection for anything associated with asses.

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Re: 64th annual Directors Guild Awards (DGA) Awards January 28, 2012

Post by it's me on Sun Jan 29 2012, 15:05

I can understand
but I guess he can
at this point
make it a bit more... well

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