Alfonso Cuaron Wins A Second DGA Award


Marina de Tavira in Roma

Alfonso Cuaron won the DGA's top prize for Gravity five years ago en route to a Best Director Oscar. He won pretty much everything in this category that year, and looks to be doing something similar once more. He wins again for Roma, putting him in a very elite crowd of double DGA winners. Surprisingly, it wasn't top award nominee Bradley Cooper who won for First-Time Director - he lost there to Eighth Grade's Bo Burnham, a much better choice imo. Check out the 2018 Directors Guild of America award nominations here, all the results below.


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

Alfonso Cuaron (Roma)


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary

Tim Wardle (Three Identical Strangers)


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in First-Time Feature Film

Bo Burnham (Eighth Grade)


Frank Capra Achievement Award

Kathleen McGill


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