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  • 70TH DGA AWARDS
  • 70th DGA Awards
  • DGA Quarterly Magazine Winter 2018 Your Future
  • DGA Quarterly Magazine Winter 2018 Screening Room The Train
  • DGA Quarterly Magazine Winter 2018 Innaritu Carne y Arena
Guillermo del Toro wins DGA Feature Film Award for The Shape of Water. Ten additional category winners announced.
The continuity of vision that a single-director approach can bring to a series is gaining steam—but it takes incredible stamina and resolve, according to directors Cary Fukunaga, Scott Frank, Pamela Adlon, Mary Harron.
See photos from 70th Annual DGA Awards Ceremony and press room. Guillermo del Toro won the Feature Film Award for The Shape of Water and ten additional category winners were announced.
Director Lily Olszewski and her team keep the country's most-watched morning telecast churning ahead of a hyperactive news cycle.
With Big Tech becoming increasingly invasive on our economy and private lives, we look at how antitrust battles of the past are relevant to the present, and the consequences of a monopolistic world on entertainment.
Guillermo del Toro shares his passion for John Frankenheimer's large-scale yet intimate WWII drama, The Train (1964).
As his recent VR installation Carne y Arena demonstrates, Alejandro González Iñárritu immerses the viewer in the experience of illegal immigration from Mexico into the U.S., bringing empathy to a divisive issue.
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Watch: Founding of the DGA

Click here to view three Emmy-winning short films commissioned by the DGA for its 75th anniversary to commemorate its founding and early history. Narrated by Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese and Clint Eastwood and directed by Michael Stevens.

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DGA Quarterly
DGA Quarterly Magazine Winter 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.