Nancy Meyers has captured the rhythms of modern relationships in films like Something's Gotta Give and What Women Want. In her latest picture, she again finds food for thought.
With psychologically acute and philosophically challenging films, Ingmar Bergman helped the art-house picture. In The Ingmar Bergman Archives
, we glimpse the director creating his remarkable body of work.
Nora Ephron continues her quest for the well-crafted comedy with Julie & Julia
about super chef Julia Child. But, as she says, it's not as easy as it looks.
The Directing Team of Days Of Our Lives
Facing budget cuts, stage manager Francesca Bellini De Simone and the directorial team of Days Of Our Lives
continue to churn out a quality product at breakneck speed.
Robert Altman's The Long Goodbye
changed the way Barry Sonnenfeld looks at movies. Watching it again, he marvels at the diretor's stylized take on the Raymond Chandler novel.
Rebecca Miller has specialized in personal films about people in transition. Her latest picture, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee
, gracefully takes a young woman into her past.
Director David Fincher worked closely with his composer and sound designer to achieve the haunting score for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Directing In Treatment
Capturing the intense emotion but limited movement of therapy sessions in HBO's In Treatment
presents a challenge to the show's directors. Here's how they solve it.
William A. Wellman
In his raucous, unpredictable and often brilliant career, William A. Wellman, one of the Guild's founders, churned out crackling entertainments in nearly every genre.
Directors who helped revolutionize the advertising industry in the '60s with iconic commercials look back at their times and what they created.
The Perfect Storm
Wolfgang Petersen explains how he created the giant waves and rolling emotions for the dramatic climax of The Perfect Storm
In this article, Director Harold Ramis (1944 - 2014) shares his humorous perspective on what he learned about directing while acting for other directors.