Congrats to them all!!

‘Away From Her’ tops Director’s Guild Awards
TORONTO – Sarah Polley’s poignant “Away From Her” was the big winner at the 2007 Directors Guild of Canada Awards on Saturday, taking home the best picture.
Polley herself was named best director and her husband, David Wharnsby, won the prize for best picture editing.
The critically acclaimed movie chronicles the intrusion of Alzheimer’s disease into the lives of an aging couple, played by Gordon Pinsent and Julie Christie.
On the television front, CBC’s “Dragon Boys” was named best television movie or miniseries, while “Slings and Arrows” won the best television drama award. CTV’s “Corner Gas” won the best television series comedy award.
The best documentary prize went to “Sharkwater.”
The other winners:
Family Television Movie/Miniseries: “Me and Luke.”
Family Television Series: “Instant Star,” Episode 213.
Direction, Television Movie/Miniseries: Sturla Gunnarsson, “Above and Beyond.”
Direction, Television Series: Stephen Surjik, “Intelligence,” Episode 311.
Production Design – Feature Film: Rob Gray, “Fido.”
Production Design – Television Movie/Miniseries: Jennifer Stewart, “October 1970.”
Production Design – Television Series: Sandra Kybartas, “Regenesis,” Episode 301.
Picture Editing – Television Movie/Miniseries: Jeff Warren, “Above and Beyond.”
Picture Editing – Television Series: Christopher Donaldson, “Slings and Arrows,” Episode 303.
Sound Editing – Feature Film: Stephen Barden, Alex Bullick, Jill Purdy, Craig Henighan and Nelson Ferreira, “The Fountain.”
Sound Editing – Television Movie/Miniseries: Jonas Kuhnemann, Richard Calistan and Mark Beck, “In God’s Country.”
Sound Editing – Television Series: Joe Mancuso, Dan Sexton, Matt Hussey and Richard Calistan, “Regenesis,” Episode 301.