DGA Quarterly Fall 2007 DGA Interview Lumet

Prince of the City

Sidney Lumet

Sidney Lumet has been exploring the moral contradictions of life, mostly in New York, for more than 50 years. At 83, he adds to his astonishing body of work with Before the Devil Knows You're Dead.

Bergman & Antonioni
Two masters of the screen, Ingmar Bergman and Michelangelo Antonioni, died on the same day last summer. Their introspection opened the way to a cinema of questioning and ambiguity.
DGA Quarterly Fall 2007 Action Directors
Directing Action Films
Directors of action films create some of the most spectacular-and innovative-footage on screen. All it takes is preparation, imagination and nerves of steel.
DGA Quarterly Fall 2007 Independent Voice Baumbach
Noah Baumbach
After The Squid and the Whale, Noah Baumbach takes an even darker turn with Margot at the Wedding.
DGA Quarterly Fall 2007 Legends Walls
Legends of the Guild
Our celebration of the Guild’s 70th anniversary continues with one of the first African-American stage managers in television.
DGA Quarterly Fall 2007 Director Producers
Directors/Producers
With the demand for higher quality programming, more and more TV directors are becoming producer/directors. And the studios like what they see.
DGA Quarterly Fall 2007 Industry
Film and TV on the Internet
Content is booming on the Internet almost daily. In our ongoing look at developments in new technology, we sort out some of the ways film and TV are reaching a new audience.
DGA Quarterly Fall 2007 In the Screening Room
Paul Thomas Anderson
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre is the kind of straight-ahead film Paul Thomas Anderson would love to make. He explains what makes it great.
DGA Quarterly Fall 2007 Shot to Remember
Fitzcarraldo
Ever wonder how Werner Herzog dragged a steamboat over a mountain in Fitzcarraldo? The director tells all.
DGA Quarterly Fall 2007 Indie Think Tank
Independent Directors and New Media
The Think Tank of the Independent Directors Committee is asking big questions about how indie directors can reach an audience in the Web 2.0 era.
War Movies
Directors have been drawn to the battlefield since the early days of silent films. In a series of shots, we look at the view from the cinematic front lines.
DGA Quarterly Fall 2007 Funny Business
Adam Shankman
The director of Hairspray wonders why all directors don't want to make musicals.
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