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"Slumdog Millionaire" wins at DGA awards

Danny_boyle Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle took home the big prize at last night's Directors Guild of America awards, the latest step in that movie's road to a big Oscar night showing.

Since 1948, when the group gave out its first awards, only 13 films have not gone on to snag the Best Picture Oscar after winning the DGA prize.

Here's the complete list of the evening's winners. It's great to see HBO's The Wire getting some recognition, something the bone-headed Emmy voters never managed to do.

Feature Film
Danny Boyle
Slumdog Millionaire

Movies for TV/Miniseries
Jay Roach

Ari Folman
Waltz With Bashir

Dramatic Series (Night)
Dan Attais
The Wire

Musical Variety

Brent (Bucky) Gunts
Opening Ceremony
Beijing 2008 Olympic Summer Games

Comedy Series

Paul Feig
The Office, ''Dinner Party"

Reality Series
Tony Croll
America's Next Top Model, "1002"

Daytime Serials
Larry Carpenter
One Life to Live, Episode #10,281: "So You Think You Can Be Shane Morasco's Father?"

Children's Programs
Amy Schatz
Classical Baby (I'm Grown Up Now), ''The Poetry Show''

Peter Thwaites
Production Company: Gorgeous Enterprises


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