With series like Taxi, Cheers, Will & Grace and Frasier, James Burrows raised the sitcom to high art. His secret? Respecting the craft.
Directing the NBA Playoffs
Inside a production truck deep in the bowels of the Staples Center, director Jimmy Moore calls the shots that bring the NBA playoffs into your living room with startling clarity.
Kasi Lemmons had to use all her cinematic tricks to shoot Talk to Me
, a period biopic of a trash-talking, Washington, D.C. deejay.
The director's team on the daytime drama One Life to Live
helps churn out an amazing six shows a week and shoot 140 pages a day.
Legends of the Guild
Our celebration of the Guild's 70th anniversary continues with a past president and a devoted member for more than 50 years.
Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask. In the first of an ongoing series we break down changes in entertainment and the way film and TV will be delivered.
Sergio Leone's Spaghetti Westerns featured iconoclastic heroes, broad landscapes and unforgettable music.
3-D is roaring back-and it's not the clunky, campy version from the '50s. With new technology, 3-D is becoming a serious tool for filmmakers.
The director of Night at the Museum
explains just how far he'll go to help actors find their performance.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
In this DGA Quarterly
“Shot to Remember” article, Ang Lee explains how he shot his famous treetop battle in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
director Paul Greengrass has applied the techniques he learned in the trenches of British documentary to both real-life dramas and Hollywood pictures.
Roman Polanski scares the dickens out of Mia Farrow in Rosemary's Baby