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James Cameron and Jon Favreau, who have made it their business to push the cinematic medium beyond what was previously possible, exchange views on cutting-edge technology, their roles as directors and achieving the balance between emotion and spectacle.
Brothers Anthony and Joe Russo went from no-budget indie underdogs from Cleveland to Marvel tentpole overlords, without sacrificing their character-driven sensibility and storytelling vision.
For Late Night director Nisha Ganatra, willingness and tenacity have earned her a place in the spotlight.

DGA members received hands-on training in creating a production plan during this multi-part immersive workshop taught by veteran UPMs Marie Cantin and Brian Frankish, 2nd AD Redelia Shaw and Post-Production Consultant Russ Paris, with additional input from guest speakers who specialize in various aspects of film production.
During an alien birth on Men in Black, director Barry Sonnenfeld keeps the frame mostly fixed, allowing the audience to find the comedy.
Hear a podcast from Director Alison Klayman speaking about the making of her new documentary, The Brink, and see photos of her conversation with moderator Kristi Jacobson in New York.
1st AD Michael J. Moore's scheduling system worked like a charm on A Wrinkle in Time.
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DGA Quarterly
DGA Quarterly Magazine Spring 2019 Jon Favreau James Cameron
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.