Michael Apted

Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader; Amazing Grace; Enough; Enigma; The World Is Not Enough; Always Outnumbered; Extreme Measures; Nell; Blink; Thunderheart; Class Action; Gorillas in the Mist; Critical Condition; Firstborn; P'Tang Yang Kipperbang; Gorky Park; Continental Divide; Coalminer's Daughter; Agatha. Documentaries: The Power of the Game; Grand Finale; Married in America II; 49UP; Married in Amercia; Me and Issac Newton; 42Up; Inspirations; Moving the Mountain; Incident at Oglala; 35Up; The Long Way Home; Bring on the Night; 28Up; 21Up; 7+7Up; 7Up.
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Visual History
Visual History 158 Michael Apted
Visual History Interview
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 Miners Daughter (1980), and Nell (1994) and reflecting on his presidency and Guild leadership over the years.
DGA Quarterly
DGA Quarterly Magazine Fall 2019 DGA Theater
DGA Unveils New Theater
For the DGA's reimagined theater, directors Michael Mann, Christopher Nolan, Jon Favreau, Michael Apted, Betty Thomas and Shawn Levy ensured that new enhancements matched their vision.
DGA Quarterly Magazine Winter 2018 Michael Apted
Michael Apted
Michael Apted's deep documentary experience informs his quest for authenticity, and as the issue of creative rights loomed after Thunderheart, that awareness sparked a decades-long involvement in DGA leadership.
Directing James Bond
For 47 years and 22 films, James Bond has escaped countless close calls thanks to the deft hand of its directors. We caught up with the eight surviving filmmakers to find out how they've kept 007 alive all these years.
DGA Councils
70 Years of Milestones: 2000s
The primary mission of each Council is to serve as the venue for member participation in the workings of the Guild.
The simplest definition of an independent movie is one made outside the studio system. Yet, Michael Apted has just been on one such film where he felt less independent than on any studio project he's ever done.