A look at Alfonso Cuarón’s IMDb page reveals almost as much about the state of his career as his Netflix film ”Roma” does about his childhood in that Mexico City neighborhood. His page enumerates two Academy Award wins (for directing and editing 2013’s “Gravity”), 170 nominations and another 183 wins.
Cuarón’s latest trophy was delivered Saturday night at the 71st Annual Directors Guild of America Awards in ceremonies at the Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland, hosted by Aisha Tyler.
TVWeek Open Mic writer Hillary Atkin filed a full report on the ceremony, which you can read by clicking here. You will also find a link to the DGA site with a full roundup of this year’s winners.