For the last six years, the Quarterly has interviewed some of the most prominent directors in the business. Here are excerpts from each of them.
, John Avildsen's guerilla filmmaking on the streets of Philadelphia for perhaps the most famous training sequence ever might not have been possible without a great new invention-- the Steadicam.
Saving Private Ryan
Steven Spielberg explains how he staged the massive D-Day invasion in Saving Private Ryan
—and without storyboards.
Feature Directors Panel
The feature directors panel on the morning of the annual awards has become one of the Guild's most popular events.
Based on his recent book, Free Ride
, author Robert Levine explains why it may soon become easier for consumers to buy content on the Internet than steal it.
From the first primitive broadcast in 1939 to today's Super Bowl, directors have helped create football on TV.
Award Winning TV Directors
DGA Award winners in comedy and drama showcasing how the range and quality of television has expanded in the last 20 years.
Two directors--Tom Cherones and Andy Ackerman--helped make Seinfeld
one of the most influential shows of time.
Guild Diversity Committees
Over the past 30 years, Guild diversity committees have advanced the cause of women and minority members.
Reality TV Directors
Directors bring a unique set of skills to reality TV in an attempt to capture the magic of the moment.
Guild Past Presidents
In the last two decades, Guild presidents have continued the fight for economic and creative rights.
Morning news shows are increasingly a challenge for the director's team.
Independent directors have helped create an industry and a staggering range of films over the last 30 years.
Beth McCarthy Miller
Shooting a live episode of the comedy series sounded like a good idea on paper.