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Ron Howard takes home the Directors Guild Award

Director Ron Howard received the nod from his peers (DGA) as the top filmmaking for his A BEAUTIFUL MIND. Crowe introduced Howard at the DGA ceremonies. Howard also won the DGA award in 1996 for APOLLO 13 and was nominated in 1985 for COCOON.

Last year, Ang Lee picked up the DGA award for CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON, while the Oscar went to Steven Soderbergh for TRAFFIC. So whether or not this is an accurate forecast is debatable. Howard was reluctant to make a connection.

Howard competed for the award with Peter Jackson (LORD OF THE RINGS), Ridley Scott (BLACK HAWK DOWN), Baz Luhrmann (MOULIN ROUGE), and Christopher Nolan (MEMENTO).

I'm hoping Howard can win the Oscar, he's the most deserving in my mind.


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