Winners Of The 67th Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards

by | February 7, 2015 | Comments

Directors Guild of America today revealed the winners for directing achievements in Film, Television, and Documentaries. DGA Awards results frequently act as a fine predictor of what will go down on Oscar night February 22nd.

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