Directors Guild of America Award For Outstanding Directing – Feature Film - Winners and Nominees - 1950s

1950s

  • 1950: Joseph L. Mankiewicz† – All About Eve
  • 1951: George Stevens† – A Place in the Sun
    • Laslo Benedek – Death of a Salesman
    • Michael Gordon – Cyrano De Bergerac
    • Elia KazanA Streetcar Named Desire
    • Henry KingDavid and Bathsheba
    • Mervyn LeRoy – Quo Vadis
    • Anatole Litvak – Decision Before Dawn
    • George SidneyShowboat
    • Richard Thorpe – The Great Caruso
    • William WylerDetective Story
  • 1952: John Ford† – The Quiet Man
    • George CukorPat and Mike
    • Michael Curtiz – I'll See You in My Dreams
    • Cecil DeMille – The Greatest Show on Earth
    • Hugo Fregonese – My Six Convicts
    • Howard Hawks – The Big Sky
    • Elia Kazan – Viva Zapata!
    • Gene Kelly and Stanley DonenSingin' in the Rain
    • Henry King – The Snows of Kilimanjaro
    • Akira Kurosawa – Rashomon
    • Albert Lewin – Pandora and the Flying Dutchman
    • Vincente Minnelli – The Bad and the Beautiful
    • George Sidney – Scaramouche
    • Richard Thorpe – Ivanhoe
    • Charles Vidor – Hans Christian Andersen
  • 1953: Fred Zinnemann† – From Here to Eternity
    • Melvin Frank – Above and Beyond
    • Henry Koster – The Robe
    • Walter Lang – Call Me Madam
    • Joseph Mankiewicz – Julius Caesar
    • Daniel MannCome Back, Little Sheba
    • Jean Negulesco – Titanic
    • George Sidney – Young Bess
  • 1954: Elia Kazan† – On the Waterfront
    • George Cukor – A Star Is Born
    • Edward Dmytryk – The Caine Mutiny
    • Stanley Donen – Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
    • Melvin Frank – Knock on Wood
    • Samuel Fuller – Hell and High Water
    • Henry King – King of the Khyber Rifles
    • Anthony Mann – The Glenn Miller Story
    • Jean Negulesco – Three Coins in the Fountain
    • Donald Siegel – Riot in Cell Block 11
    • Robert Wise – Executive Suite
  • 1955: Delbert Mann† – Marty
    • Richard Brooks – The Blackboard Jungle
    • John Ford – The Long Gray Line
    • Henry Koster – A Man Called Peter
    • Daniel Mann – The Rose Tattoo
    • Mark Robson – The Bridges at Toko-Ri
    • Charles Vidor – Love Me or Leave Me
    • Billy Wilder – The Seven Year Itch
  • 1956: George Stevens† – Giant
    • Michael Anderson – Around the World in 80 Days
    • John Huston – Moby Dick
    • Joshua Logan – Bus Stop
    • Daniel Mann – Teahouse of the August Moon
    • King Vidor – War and Peace
    • Robert Wise – Somebody Up There Likes Me
    • William Wyler – Friendly Persuasion
  • 1957: David Lean† – The Bridge on the River Kwai
    • George Cukor – Les Girls
    • Stanley Donen – Funny Face
    • Jose Ferrer – The Great Man
    • John Huston – Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison
    • Elia Kazan – A Face in the Crowd
    • Stanley Kramer – The Pride and the Passion
    • Anthony Mann – Men in War
    • Leo McCarey – An Affair to Remember
    • Robert Mulligan – Fear Strikes Out
    • John Sturges – Gunfight at the O.K. Corral
    • Fred Zinnemann – A Hatful of Rain
  • 1958: Vincente Minnelli† – Gigi
    • George Abbott – Damn Yankees
    • Richard Brooks – The Brothers Karamazov
    • Delmer Daves – Cowboy
    • Edward Dmytryk – The Young Lions
    • Richard Fleischer – The Vikings
    • Alfred Hitchcock – Vertigo
    • Martin Ritt – The Long Hot Summer
    • George Seaton – Teacher's Pet
    • William Wyler – The Big Country
  • 1959: William Wyler† – Ben-Hur
    • Charles Barton – The Shaggy Dog
    • Frank Capra – A Hole In The Head
    • Richard Fleischer – Compulsion
    • John Ford – The Horse Soldiers
    • Howard Hawks – Rio Bravo
    • Alfred Hitchcock – North By Northwest
    • Leo McCarey – Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys!
    • Douglas Sirk – Imitation of Life

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