Tuesday, May 24

DGA Awards

2020 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs

2020 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs Winner and Nominees

2020 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs WinnerSong of ParklandAmy SchatzAmazon2020 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs NomineesA Series of Unfortunate EventsBarry SonnenfeldAmazonAre You Afraid of the Dark?Dean IsraeliteAmazonGhostwriterLuke MathenyAmazonSesame Street's 50th Anniversary CelebrationJack JamesonAmazon
2019 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs

2019 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs Winner and Nominees

2019 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs WinnerWhen You Wish Upon a Pickle: A Sesame Street SpecialJack JamesonAfter a mysterious Wish Pickle is delivered to Sesame Street, Elmo, Abby and Bert see their wishes to have jobs coming true; the three learn that if they believe in themselves and work hard...Amazon2019 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs NomineesA Series of Unfortunate EventsAllan ArkushAmazonA Series of Unfortunate EventsBarry SonnenfeldAmazonA Series of Unfortunate EventsBo WelchAmazonThe Dangerous Book for BoysGreg MottolaAmazon
2018 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs

2018 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs Winner and Nominees

2018 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs WinnerAnne with an ENiki CaroThe adventures of a young orphan girl living in the late 19th century. Follow Anne as she learns to navigate her new life on Prince Edward Island, in this new take on L.M. Montgomery's classic novels.Amazon2018 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs Nominees15: A Quinceañera StoryMatthew O'NeillAmazonAn American Girl Story: Summer Camp, Friends for LifeAlison McDonaldAmazonJust Add MagicLily MariyeAmazonThe Magical Wand ChaseBenjamin LehmannAmazon
2017 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs

2017 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs Winner and Nominees

2017 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs WinnerAn American Girl Story: Melody 1963 - Love Has to WinTina MabrySet in Detroit during the Civil Rights Movement, "An American Girl Story - Melody 1963: Love Has to Win" examines the joyful life and troubled times of an irrepressible 10-year-old African-American girl whose vivid imagination and creativity reinforce her Amazon2017 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs NomineesA Nutcracker ChristmasMichael LembeckAmazonAdventures in BabysittingJohn SchultzAmazonGortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal StreetAlethea JonesAmazonThe KicksElizabeth Allen RosenbaumAmazon
2016 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs

2016 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs Winner and Nominees

2016 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs WinnerDescendantsKenny OrtegaThe teenage son of the king and queen of Auradon offers the trouble-making children of villains a chance to attend prep school in the kingdom.Amazon2016 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs NomineesGortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal StreetSasie SealyAmazonInvisible SisterPaul HoenAmazonSaving My TomorrowAmy SchatzAmazonSesame StreetJoey MazzarinoAmazon
2015 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs

2015 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs Winner and Nominees

2015 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs Winner100 Things to Do Before High SchoolJonathan JudgeFollows three best friends as they navigate the highs and lows of middle school, with the help of a list of adventures that help them overcome class cliques, terrifying bullies and clueless teachers.Amazon2015 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs NomineesHow to Build a Better BoyPaul HoenAmazonIsabelle Dances Into the SpotlightVince MarcelloAmazonSaving My TomorrowAmy SchatzAmazonSesame StreetJoey MazzarinoAmazon
2014 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs

2014 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs Winner and Nominees

2014 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs WinnerAn Apology to ElephantsAmy SchatzNarrated by Lily Tomlin, this documentary short traces mankind's long history with elephants and explores the many problems that arise when they are brought to live in captivity in zoos and circuses.Amazon2014 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs NomineesA.N.T. FarmAdam WeissmanAmazonJinxedStephen HerekAmazonSwindleJonathan JudgeAmazonTeen Beach MovieJeffrey HornadayAmazon
2013 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs

2013 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs Winner and Nominees

2013 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs WinnerLet It ShinePaul HoenA teenage rapper must use his musical talent to battle his nemesis and win the girl of his dreams.Amazon2013 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs NomineesBig Time MovieSavage Steve HollandAmazonDon't Divorce Me! Kids' Rules for Parents on DivorceAmy SchatzAmazonFred 3: Camp FredJonathan JudgeAmazonGirl Vs. MonsterStuart GillardAmazon
2012 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs

2012 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs Winner and Nominees

2012 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs WinnerA Child's Garden of PoetryAmy SchatzPoetry classics are brought to animated life with readings by Liam Neeson, Claire Danes, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Carrie Fisher, Jeffrey Wright, Ziggy Marley, and more. A magical mix ...Amazon2012 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs NomineesBest PlayerDamon SantostefanoAmazonBest PlayerDamon SantostefanoAmazonFred 2: Night of the Living FredJohn FortenberryAmazonGeek CharmingJeffrey HornadayAmazonLemonade MouthPatricia RiggenAmazonSharpay's Fabulous AdventureMichael LembeckAmazon
2011 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs

2011 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programs Winner and Nominees

2011 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs WinnerThe Boy Who Cried WerewolfEric BrossA Californian family inherits a castle in Romania. This is especially exciting to the son, who is obsessed with monsters. And he is not disappointed.Amazon2011 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs NomineesAvalon HighStuart GillardAmazonCamp Rock 2: The Final JamPaul HoenAmazonSecrets of the MountainDouglas BarrAmazonStarStruckMichael GrossmanAmazonUnnatural HistoryMikael SalomonAmazon