Sunday, December 5

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

1975 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

1975 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film Winner and Nominees

1975 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film WinnerThe Godfather: Part IIFrancis Ford CoppolaThe early life and career of Vito Corleone in 1920s New York City is portrayed, while his son, Michael, expands and tightens his grip on the family crime syndicate.Amazon1975 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film NomineesChinatownRoman PolanskiAmazonLennyBob FosseAmazonMurder on the Orient ExpressSidney LumetAmazonThe ConversationFrancis Ford CoppolaAmazon
1967 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

1967 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film Winner and Nominees

1967 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film WinnerA Man for All SeasonsFred ZinnemannThe story of Sir Thomas More, who stood up to King Henry VIII when the King rejected the Roman Catholic Church to obtain a divorce and remarry.Amazon1967 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film NomineesA Man and a WomanClaude LelouchAmazonAlfieLewis GilbertAmazonBorn FreeJames HillAmazonGeorgy GirlSilvio NarizzanoAmazonGrand PrixJohn FrankenheimerAmazonThe ProfessionalsRichard BrooksAmazonThe Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming!Norman JewisonAmazonThe Sand PebblesRobert WiseAmazonWho's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?Mike NicholsAmazon
1968 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

1968 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film Winner and Nominees

1968 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film WinnerThe GraduateMike NicholsA disillusioned college graduate finds himself torn between his older lover and her daughter.Amazon1968 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film NomineesBonnie and ClydeArthur PennAmazonCool Hand LukeStuart RosenbergAmazonGuess Who's Coming to DinnerStanley KramerAmazonIn Cold BloodRichard BrooksAmazonIn the Heat of the NightNorman JewisonAmazonThe Dirty DozenRobert AldrichAmazonTo Sir, with LoveJames ClavellAmazonTwo for the RoadStanley DonenAmazonUlyssesJoseph StrickAmazon
1969 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

1969 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film Winner and Nominees

1969 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film WinnerThe Lion in WinterAnthony Harvey1183 A.D.: King Henry II's three sons all want to inherit the throne, but he won't commit to a choice. They and his wife variously plot to force him.Amazon1969 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film Nominees2001: A Space OdysseyStanley KubrickAmazonClosely Watched TrainsJirĂ­ MenzelAmazonFunny GirlWilliam WylerAmazonIsabelPaul AlmondAmazonOliver!Carol ReedAmazonRachel, RachelPaul NewmanAmazonRomeo and JulietFranco ZeffirelliAmazonRosemary's BabyRoman PolanskiAmazonThe Odd CoupleGene SaksAmazon
1970 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

1970 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film Winner and Nominees

1970 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film WinnerMidnight CowboyJohn SchlesingerA naive hustler travels from Texas to New York City to seek personal fortune, finding a new friend in the process.Amazon1970 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film NomineesButch Cassidy and the Sundance KidGeorge Roy HillAmazonEasy RiderDennis HopperAmazonGoodbye, ColumbusLarry PeerceAmazonHello, Dolly!Gene KellyAmazonMedium CoolHaskell WexlerAmazonOh! What a Lovely WarRichard AttenboroughAmazonThe Wild BunchSam PeckinpahAmazonThey Shoot Horses, Don't They?Sydney PollackAmazonZCosta-GavrasAmazon
1971 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

1971 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film Winner and Nominees

1971 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film WinnerPattonFranklin J. SchaffnerThe World War II phase of the career of controversial American general George S. Patton.Amazon1971 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film NomineesFive Easy PiecesBob RafelsonAmazonLove StoryArthur HillerAmazonMASHRobert AltmanAmazonRyan's DaughterDavid LeanAmazon
1972 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

1972 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film Winner and Nominees

1972 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film WinnerThe French ConnectionWilliam FriedkinA pair of NYC cops in the Narcotics Bureau stumble onto a drug smuggling job with a French connection.Amazon1972 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film NomineesA Clockwork OrangeStanley KubrickAmazonSummer of '42Robert MulliganAmazonSunday Bloody SundayJohn SchlesingerAmazonThe Last Picture ShowPeter BogdanovichAmazon
1973 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

1973 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film Winner and Nominees

1973 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film WinnerThe GodfatherFrancis Ford CoppolaThe aging patriarch of an organized crime dynasty transfers control of his clandestine empire to his reluctant son.Amazon1973 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film NomineesCabaretBob FosseAmazonDeliveranceJohn BoormanAmazonSlaughterhouse-FiveGeorge Roy HillAmazonSounderMartin RittAmazon
1974 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

1974 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film Winner and Nominees

1974 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film WinnerThe StingGeorge Roy HillTwo grifters team up to pull off the ultimate con.Amazon1974 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film NomineesAmerican GraffitiGeorge LucasAmazonLast Tango in ParisBernardo BertolucciAmazonSerpicoSidney LumetAmazonThe ExorcistWilliam FriedkinAmazon
1966 Awards, All Movie Awards, DGA Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

1966 DGA Awards – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film Winner and Nominees

1966 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film WinnerThe Sound of MusicRobert WiseA woman leaves an Austrian convent to become a governess to the children of a Naval officer widower.Amazon1966 DGA Awards - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film NomineesCat BallouElliot SilversteinAmazonDarlingJohn SchlesingerAmazonThe Ipcress FileSidney J. FurieAmazonThe PawnbrokerSidney LumetAmazon