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134 golfers and 47 tennis players took part in the players took part in the 19th DGA Foundation Golf Tournament and the 12th Annual DGA Foundation Tennis Tournament. See this page for winners roster and photo galleries.
The Special Projects Committee Documentary Series hosted a screening of Director Liz Garbus’ What Happened, Miss Simone? in the Guild’s Los Angeles Theater. See photos from this event.
See photos from Director John McNaughton’s discussion about the making of his thriller The Harvest with moderator Joe Chappelle in Chicago.
New and veteran AD/UPM members networked with peers, while learning more about their Guild during the AD/UPM Council West’s seminar at DGA Headquarters in Los Angeles.
For the 21st consecutive year, the DGA was a sponsor of Film Independent's Los Angeles Film Festival.
The EDSC hosted a workshop designed to improve the knowledge and skills necessary for directing episodic television.
DGA members were able to learn about collaborating with a team on action sequences at this Directing for Professionals seminar.
See video and photos from Director Colin Trevorrow’s conversation about the making of his new action-drama Jurassic World with moderator Joseph Kosinski in Los Angeles.
See video and photos from Director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s conversation about the making of his new feature Me and Earl and the Dying Girl with moderator Edgar Wright in Los Angeles.
Representatives from the studios spoke about their respective Television Director Diversity programs at this DGA-sponsored event.
Associate Directors, Stage Managers and Production Associates learned more about the workings of their Guild at the AD/SM/PA Council East's Navigating the DGA member orientation.
See photos and video highlights from the African American Steering Committee's star-filled tribute to industry heavyweight Tim Story.
Assistant Directors and Unit Production Managers learned more about the workings of their Guild at the AD/UPM Council East's Navigating the DGA member orientation.
See photos and video from the celebration of Director Orson Welles, featuring a reception, panel discussion and documentary about the legendary filmmaker.
DGA UPMs discussed workflow management and other matters during the AD/UPM Council West UPM Committee's annual Breakfast.
See video and photos from Directors Chuck Workman and Raymond De Felitta's discussion about the legendary filmmaker.
The Diversity Committees of the DGA and hosted a mixer for director’s team members; providing the opportunity to meet with Producers, UPMs and Production Executives with hiring authority.
DGA members and Trainees attended a seminar about rules and regulations that apply to the employment of young actors.
The 19th Annual COLCOA French Film Festival presented its celebration of French films with a full week of screenings and events at DGA headquarters in Los Angeles.
Second ADs gathered for their ninth annual brunch meeting at the Guild’s LA headquarters. This year’s event, Setting the Scene: The Art of Directing Background, featured a discussion with a panel of experts on this subject.
A Discussion with the DGA, WGAW, the Geena Davis Institute on Gender and Media, and Google.
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Join fellow DGA members and other industry professionals for learning and networking around the creative, technical and business issues emerging from these new technologies. With panels, presentations, exhibits, hands-on demos and MORE...