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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 new technologies. With panels, presentations, exhibits, hands-on demos and MORE...
Read about and see photos from this DGA Director Development Initiative (DDI) lab where members explored the Episodic Television Directors' approach to performance, including how to adapt to an actor’s method of reaching their goals and workshop techniques that inspires an actor’s performance.
Directors discuss finding the tricky balance between desperate drama and absurd humor on TV's latest wave of crime comedies .
Justin Simien uses cinematic language on Dear White People, which series directors find liberating.
Susanna Fogel's sophomore feature, The Spy Who Dumped Me, is grounded in female bonding.
On the set of Grace and Frankie, UPM Joan Van Horn has her routine ready to go.
Dan Attias, who has directed more than 80 series since he joined the Guild in 1980, brings arduous prep and probing insights to the table as a key contributor to Peak TV.
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Director Ang Lee, Fox Searchlight Chairman Nancy Utley, Senator Amy Klobuchar, SAG-AFTRA Senior Advisor John McGuire, and Costume Designer Ann Roth will be honored at the DGA Honors Gala event, at the Guild's Theater in New York City on Thursday, October 18, 2018.
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DGA Quarterly
DGA Quarterly Magazine Summer 2018
DGA Quarterly examines the craft of directing via in-depth articles about the issues and interests of DGA members such as: profiles of members and their projects, discussions of new technologies, explorations of Guild history and the achievements of its members, and expanded coverage of trends that affect directors and their teams.