About the London Coordinating Committee

The London Coordinating Committee (LCC) was established in 2007. With more than 375 DGA members in the UK and Ireland, the Guild recognized the need to create a coordinating committee in the same way it already has with similarly-sized populations of DGA members in San Francisco and Chicago. In addition to supporting economic and creative protections for members, the LCC hosts seminars, screenings and other events.
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For more information about the LCC contact Jeff Soroka at 310-289-5332 or (00+1+800-421-4173) or via email at jeffs@dga.org.

Co-Chairs:

  • Michael Caton-Jones
  • Jim Gillespie 

Committee Members

  • SJ Clarkson
  • Coky Giedroyc
  • Tom Hooper
  • Richard Loncraine
  • Roger H. Michell
  • Mike Newell
  • Chris J. Newman
  • Jim Sheridan
  • Matthew Vaughn
  • Richard Whelan
  • Susanna White
  • Stephen Woolfenden
  • David Yates
Contact
G. Bryan Unger
Associate National Executive Director
(310) 289-5330
bryan@dga.org
Jeff Soroka
Executive Assistant
(310) 289-5332
jeffs@dga.org
Michael Apted

Veteran feature and documentary film director and past-president of the DGA Michael Apted discusses his 45-plus year directorial career, highlighting his work on the Seven Up! documentary series, Coal Miner’s Daughter and Nell, among other notable projects. (Part 1 of 2)

Stephen Frears

Director Stephen Frears discusses his 50-plus-year career working in feature film and television including: My Beautiful Laundrette, Dangerous Liaisons, The Grifters, The Queen, Philomena and Florence Foster Jenkins.

Mike Figgis

Mike Figgis discusses his 30-plus year career as director of such films as Stormy Monday, Leaving Las Vegas, and Timecode. Figgis reveals his passion for drama, innovation, and his unending desire to experiment within the realm of narrative filmmaking.

John Boorman

John Boorman discusses his half-century career directing feature films (Point Blank, Deliverance, Excalibur, Hope and Glory); his collaborations with acclaimed actors Lee Marvin, Toshirô Mifune, Marcello Mastroianni, and Sean Connery; and how his WWII childhood experience influenced his career.