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  • DGA Quarterly Magazine Fall 2018 Collaborators Nicole Holofcener Richard Frazen
  • 2018 UK Meeting
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  • DGA Quarterly Magazine Fall 2018 John M Chu Crazy Rich Asians
  • DGA Quarterly Magazine Fall 2018 At Work With Jennifer Radzikowski
  • TV Diversity Report 2018
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As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, families will gather for food and — in many cases — a little televised football. From the first primitive broadcast in 1939 to the Super Bowl and Skycams, directors have helped invent football on TV. Please enjoy this story from the DGA Quarterly archives about how they bring the action to viewers at home.
See photos from this DGA Director Development Initiative workshop where members learned skills designed to help navigate a career as an episodic television director and picked up key strategies for networking.
Richard Linklater learned by doing, and over the course of his 30-year career, the Texas-based filmmaker has left his own unique stamp on the indie world and beyond.
Jorn Winther directed the original Frost/Nixon interviews and captured the fallen president’s confession for the record. Even he was surprised by what happened.
Nicole Holofcener and editor Robert Frazen arrive at the beats and cadences of her character-driven dramas with a shared understanding of the director's intent.
DGA Members living in the UK and Ireland got updates on Guild business and activities during this annual membership meeting held in London.
For students and teachers in the DGA's First-Time Episodic Director Orientation Program, no detail is too small.
Jon M. Chu's rich, crazy education results in Crazy Rich Asians, his most personal film yet.
UPM Jennifer Radzikowski discusses the artistry of her work on The Florida Project.
A record high percentage of episodic television directing jobs went to women and directors of color in the 2017-18 TV season, but the overall picture is mixed.
Via www.dga.org, the Guild has made it easy and convenient to report your earnings and pay your dues online. Members, please click through for more information.
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DGA Quarterly
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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.