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58th Directors Guild of America Awards

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58th Directors Guild of America Awards

58th DGA Awards

January 28, 2006

Best Director - Motion Picture:
Brokeback Mountain

Best Director - Documentary:
Grizzly Man

The 58th Directors Guild of America Awards, given on January 28, 2006, honored the best film and television directors in 2005.

Winners and nominees


Best Director - Motion Picture

Ang Lee - Brokeback Mountain

Best Director - Documentary Feature

Werner Herzog - Grizzly Man


Best Director - Children's Programs

Chris Eyre - Edge of America

Best Director - Comedy Series

Marc Buckland - My Name Is Earl ("Pilot")

Best Director - Commercials

Craig Gillespie - Ameriquest: "Surprise Dinner" and "Mini-Mart", Altoids: "People of Pain" and "Fable of the Fruit Bat"

Best Director - Daytime Serials

Owen Renfroe - General Hospital ("#10,914")

Best Director - Dramatic Series (Night)

Michael Apted - Rome ("The Stolen Eagle")

Best Director - Musical or Variety

Emile Ardolino - Great Performances: Dance in America - "Swan Lake with American Ballet Theater"

Best Director - Reality Programs

J. Rupert Thompson - Fear Factor ("Pilot")

Best Director - TV Film

Joseph Sargent - Warm Springs
Lackawanna Blues

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