Directors Guild Awards 2020: The red carpet stars and all the night's winners
Taika Waititi, Sam Mendes and Judd Apatow were among the filmmakers in attendance
Awards season is hurtling towards its glitzy finale, with the Academy Awards coming up on Sunday, February 9.
But, before the golden statues are handed out, some of the industry's most notable directors came together to fete the year's best work behind the camera at the annual Directors Guild Awards.
Held in Los Angeles on Saturday, January 25, the ceremony celebrated directors of both the big and small screen, handing out gongs for both film and TV work.
The DGAs are typically seen as a fairly robust indicator of who will take home the Academy Award for Best Director, having foreshadowed the accolade for the past six years.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the best red carpet pictures from the Directors Guild Awards 2020.
Among the stars walking the red carpet at LA's Ritz-Carlton was New Zealand filmmaker Taika Waititi, whose Jojo Rabbit is up for several Oscars, as well as British director Sam Mendes, whose war epic 1917 has also garnered several Academy Award nods.
Here are all the winners from the 2020 DGAs as they are announced:
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Theatrical Feature Film
Sam Mendes – 1917
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series
Nicole Kassell – Watchmen, 'It’s Summer and We’re Running Out of Ice'
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Limited Series
Johan Renck – Chernobyl
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary
Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert – American Factory
Best Director in a Comedy Series
Bill Hader – Barry for 'ronny/lily'
Best Director for Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Regular Scheduled Programming
Don Roy King – Saturday Night Live for 'E. Murphy; Lizzo'
Best Director for Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Specials
James Burrows and Andy Fisher – Norman Lear’s All in the Family and The Jeffersons
Best Director for Reality Programmes
Jason Cohen – Encore!
Best Director for Children’s Programmes
Amy Schatz – Song of Parkland
Best Director for First-Time Feature Film
Alma Har’el – Honey Boy
Best Director for a Commercial
Spike Jonze – Dream It, Squarespace
The 2020 DGA winners will be updated with the live show.
Updated: January 26, 2020 10:39 AM