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Game of Thrones director David Nutter to be honored with DGA’s Lifetime Achievement Award



Game of Thrones was the biggest show of the 21st century. It set the standard for television shows, especially in the fantasy genre, even with a flawed season finale. It holds the record for the number of Primetime Emmy Award wins, the most by any TV show in history. And it was possible only due to the amazing hard work put in by its decorated cast and crew. One of the show’s directors, David Nutter, will be honored with a lifetime achievement award.

David Nutter to receive Lifetime Achievement Honor at the 2024 DGA Awards

The Directors Guild of America has chosen industry veteran David Nutter to receive its lifetime achievement award for exceptional achievement in directing. He will accept the award on Saturday, February 10, 2024, during the 76th Annual DGA Awards event. Only six directors have won this honor so far: James Burrows, Robert Butler, Joe Pytka, Don Mischer, and Robert A. Fishman.

Nutter has won three Emmys for executive producing “Game of Thrones” in 2019; directing “Game of Thrones” in 2015, and won the DGA Award for outstanding directorial achievement in dramatic series for the “Game of Thrones” episode “Mother’s Mercy.”

Emilia Clarke to receive an MBE for her charity

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In recognition of her efforts to increase public awareness of brain injuries, Clarke will shortly receive the MBE. The 2024 New Year’s Honours list has been made public by Buckingham Palace, and it includes some well-known singers. Among the honorees are Paul Hollywood, a judge on The Great British Bake Off, and Emilia Clarke from Game of Thrones. Clarke will share an MBE with her mother Jenny for co-founding the brain injury recovery charity SameYou, despite having had two brain hemorrhages herself.

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