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OTRC: Directors Guild Awards 2013: Full list of winners

"Argo" director Ben Affleck walked away with top honors from the Directors Guild of America on February 2 at the group's annual award ceremony.

The CIA thriller has emerged as an awards-season favorite, winning Golden Globe, Critics Choice, Screen Actors Guild and Producers Guild of America awards for best picture. However, despite winning the top DGA honor, Affleck is surprisingly not nominated for an Oscar as a director.

Malik Bendjelloul won the DGA's documentary award for "Searching for Sugar Man," a film on the fate of Rodriquez, a critically acclaimed but obscure singer-songwriter from the 1970s. The film also is nominated for best documentary at the Oscars. Jay Roach won in the TV movies and miniseries category for "Game Change," which stars Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin in her run for vice-president in 2008.

The Directors Guild Awards can be one of the most-accurate forecasts for who will take home the big prize Best Picture. Check out the full list of 2013 Oscar nominees here.

Has the outcome of the DGAs affected your Oscar predictions? Check out the interactive My Picks 2013 Official Oscar Ballot to try to predict the winners and challenge your friends.

The Oscars ceremony will air live on Sunday, February 24, 2013 on ABC, OnTheRedCarpet.com's parent company.

The list of Directors Guild of America Award winners are listed below.


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures
Ben Affleck -- "Argo" -- WINNER
Kathryn Bigelow -- "Zero Dark Thirty"
Tom Hooper -- "Les Miserables"
Ang Lee -- "Life of Pi"
Steven Spielberg -- "Lincoln"

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary
Alison Klayman -- "Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry"
David France -- "How to Survive a Plague"
Kirby Dick -- "The Invisible War"
Lauren Greenfield -- "The Queen of Versailles"
Malik Bendjelloul "Searching for Sugar Man" -- WINNER


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Mini-Series
Michael Rymer -- "American Horror Story: Asylum"
Jay Roach -- "Game Change" -- WINNER
Kevin Reynolds -- "Hatfields & McCoys"
Philip Kaufman -- "Hemingway & Gellhorn"
Greg Berlanti -- "Political Animals"

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series
Rian Johnson -- "Breaking Bad" ("Fifty-One") -- WINNER
Michael Cuesta -- "Homeland" ("The Choice")
Lesli Linka Glatter -- "Homeland" ("Q&A")
Jennifer Getzinger -- "Mad Men" ("A Little Kiss")
Greg Mottola -- "The Newsroom" ("We Just Decided To")

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series
Mark Cendrowski -- "The Big Bang Theory" ("The Date Night Variable")
Lena Dunham -- "Girls" ("Pilot") -- WINNER
Louis C.K. -- "Louie" ("New Year's Eve")
Bryan Cranston -- "Modern Family" ("Election Day")
Beth McCarthy-Miller -- "30 Rock" ("Live from Studio 6H")

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical Variety
Michael Dempsey -- "2-12-12: The Concert for Sandy Relief"
Chuck O'Neil -- "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart"
Don Mischer -- "The 84th Annual Academy Awards"
Don Roy King -- "Saturday Night Live"
Glenn Weiss -- "The 66th Annual Tony Awards" -- WINNER

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Reality Programs
Tony Croll -- "America's Next Top Model" ("The Girl Who Becomes America's Next Top Model")
Peter Ney -- "Face Off" ("Scene of the Crime")
Brian Smith -- "Master Chef" ("Episode #305") -- WINNER
J. Rupert Thompson -- "Stars Earn Stripes" ("Amphibious Assault")
Tim Warren -- "Ink Master" ("Pasties and a Cameltoe")

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Daytime Serials
Albert Alarr -- "Days of Our Lives" ("Trapped")
Larry Carpenter -- "General Hospital" ("Bad Water")
William Ludel -- "General Hospital" ("Magic Milo")
Scott Mckinsey -- "General Hospital" ("Shot Through The Heart")
Jill Mitwell -- "One Life To Live" ("Between Heaven and Hell") -- WINNER

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs
Stuart Gillard -- "Girl vs. Monster"
Paul Hoen -- "Let it Shine" -- WINNER
Savage Steve Holland -- "Big Time Movie"
Jonathan Judge -- "Camp Fred"
Amy Schatz -- "Don't Divorce Me! Kids' Rules for Parents on Divorce"

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Commercials
Lance Acord (Park Pictures)
Steve Ayson (MJZ/The Sweet Shop)
Fredrik Bond (MJZ)
Alejandro G. Inarritu (Anonymous Content) -- WINNER
Tom Kuntz (MJZ)

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