Award season continues and we bring you the best of the 69th Directors Guild of America Award DGA, honoring the outstanding directorial achievement in feature films, documentary, and television which awarded yesterday.
Stars arrived on the red carpet in their designer pieces Saturday evening at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.
The 2017 Directors Guild of America Awards celebrates the best in movie making, honoring the directors behind box office hit movies including Moonlight, La La Land, Deadpool and more. Television series also got the spotlight at the DGA awards ceremony, with the directors of shows like Westworld, Stranger Things and The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story all receiving nominations.
SARAH PAULSON: Sarah donned a royal blue and black gown.
NICOLE KIDMAN: The Lion star rocks a vintage-inspired beaded dress.
MICHAEL FASSBENDER: Michael looked so dapper on the red carpet before taking the stage to present an award.
MANDY MOORE: She is one of our favorite This Is Us star and she looked so gorgeous in her tailored pantsuit.
KERRY WASHINGTON: The Scandal star dons a black plunging midi-dress.
ANNA CHLUMSKY: The Veep starlet stuns in a black dress
DAVID HASSELHOFF: David looked so sharp in a classic tuxedo and red pocket square.
KELLY FREMON CRAIG: Kelly stuns in a bright red, one-shoulder gown.
Casey Affleck, Amy Adams, Michael Fassbender, Ryan Gosling, Nicole Kidman, Helen Mirren and Emma Stone were all set to present awards. Other stars expected to take the stage included Cuba Gooding Jr., America Ferrera, Milo Ventimiglia, Sarah Paulson and Kerry Washington and Laverne Cox.
La La Land wins best film at Directors Guild awards
Check out the winners list below:
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in First-Time Feature Film: Garth Davis, Lion
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series: Becky Martin, Veep, “Inauguration”
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Commercials: Derek Cianfrance
Frank Capra Award: Marie Cantin
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports: Glenn Weiss, The 70th Annual Tony Awards
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Regularly Scheduled Programming: Don Roy King, Saturday Night Live
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs: Tina Mabry, An American Girl Story: Melody 1963: Love Has to Win