Deadline’s DGA Awards Live Blog

By Anthony D'Alessandro, Joe Utichi, Denise Petski

DGA Awards Live Blog
Directors Guild of America

Damien Chazelle and La La Land took the top feature film honor tonight at the 69th annual DGA Awards. Garth Davis took the First-Time Feature Director trophy for Lion and ESPN’s O.J. Made in America took the Documentary honor.

On the TV side, HBO’s Game of Thrones and Veep, were repeat winners, taking home their second consecutive trophies for drama and comedy series, respectively.

The guild also honored Ridley Scott with its Lifetime Achievement Award, its longtime National Executive Director Jay D. Roth with its Presidents Award; and Thomas Schlamme with the Robert B. Aldrich Service award and Marie Cantin with the Frank Capra Achievement award.

Here’s how it all went down.

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