Christopher Nolan wins Hollywood Directors Guild award for ‘Oppenheimer’

Christopher Nolan wins Hollywood Directors Guild award for ‘Oppenheimer’

The award is the main ‘thermometer’ of the Oscar category. Celine Song, from ‘Past Lives’, won for newcomer in a feature film. Christopher Nolan shows off the award for his Hollywood Directors Guild nomination for ‘Oppenheimer’ alongside Cillian Murphy Chris Pizzello/AP Christopher Nolan, from “Oppenheimer”, won the 2023 best director award from the Directors Guild of Hollywood (DGA) , in its acronym in English) this Sunday (11, Brasília time. In Los Angeles, it was still Saturday). With this, he becomes the big favorite for the 2024 Oscars, as the event is considered the main barometer for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences award category. The trade association “predicted” 18 of the last 20 Oscar best director winners. Among the first-time feature film directors, the winner was Celine Song, from “Past Lives”. See the indicators and winners in the DGA film categories: Best direction in a feature film Greta Gerwig – ‘Barbie’ Yorgos Lanthimos – ‘Poor creatures’ Christopher Nolan – ‘Oppenheimer’ (WINNER) Alexander Payne – ‘The Rejected’ Martin Scorsese – ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ Best New Director in a Feature Film Cord Jefferson – ‘American Fiction’ Manuela Martelli – ‘1976’ Noora Niasari – ‘Shayda’ AV Rockwell – ‘One Thousand and One’ Celine Song – ‘Past Lives’ ( WINNER) Best Director in a Documentary Moses Bwayo and Christopher Sharp – ‘Bobi Wine: The people’s president’ Mstyslav Chernov – ’20 Days in Mariupol’ (WINNER) Madeleine Gavin – ‘Beyond Utopia’ Davis Guggenheim – ‘Still: I’m Still Michael J .Fox’ D. Smith – ‘Kokomo City: New York’s Trans Night’



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