DGA Quarterly Fall 2007 In My Opinion

Someone Stole My Sofa

Michael Moore

The director of Sicko says filmmakers should worry more about the creation and exhibition of their movies and less about piracy.

In My Opinion

Members share their strong opinions on industry issues in this occasional column.

DGAQ In My Opinion - Bill D'Elia
Winter 2010
Bill D'Elia

The director of Chicago Hope fondly remembers working with the late Senator Kennedy on his only TV series appearance.

Summer 2009
Steven Soderbergh

Even on some premium HD cable networks, films are being mutilated. And the Guild's national vice president is mad as hell about it.

DGA Quarterly Winter 2007-08 In My Opinion
Winter 2007/2008
Patricia Rozema

The director of one of TV's most explicit shows argues that filmmakers should be free to tell their stories-to a point.

DGA Quarterly Fall 2007 In My Opinion
Fall 2007
Michael Moore

The director of Sicko says filmmakers should worry more about the creation and exhibition of their movies and less about piracy.

DGA Quarterly Spring 2007 In My Opinion David Mamet
Spring 2007
David Mamet

In an excerpt from his latest book, the director-writer dishes test screenings.

DGA Quarterly Winter 2006 In My Opinion Steven Soderbergh
Winter 2006
Steven Soderbergh

National Vice President Steven Soderbergh contemplates the future of the business.

DGA Quarterly Magazine Fall 2006 In My Opinion
Fall 2006
Neil LaBute

The director of The Wicker Man suggests we pay more attention to art and less to the box office.

DGA Quarterly Magazine Summer 2006 In My Opinion
Summer 2006
Mike Robe & Robert Markowitz

TV movies often get great reviews. How come they never mention the director?

DGA Quarterly Spring 2006 In My Opinion
Spring 2006
M. Night Shyamalan

Why the day-and-date release of DVDs is threatening the real movie-going experience.

DGA Quarterly Magazine Fall 2005 In My Opinion
Fall 2005
Wayne Kramer

What's on director Wayne Kramer's mind about the rating system? Funny you should ask.