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  • 2021 TV Diversity Report
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  • FOWC The Path to 270: Women Directing Coverage of the 2020 Election
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While the shares of episodes directed by women and African Americans reached new highs, Latinos and women of color continued to be severely underrepresented, and employment of Asian Americans remained flat.
Directors Guild of America President Thomas Schlamme today announced that the DGA extended National Executive Director Russell Hollander’s contract through 2026.
DGA President Thomas Schlamme announced that renowned director and Past President Paris Barclay will be the recipient of the DGA Honorary Life Member Award in recognition of leadership in the industry, contribution to the Guild and the profession of directing, and outstanding career achievement.
In Memoriam: 1941- 2021 — The DGA mourns the passing of DGA Past President and Secretary-Treasurer Michael Apted.
With the goal of pushing the entertainment industry toward achieving safer, fairer, and more equitable workplaces, the DGA has instituted a Racial Harassment Hotline for members to report racist incidents they’ve experienced in the workplace.
In this online event, Directors Sarah Brooke, Shanta Fripp, Nora Gerard, Lily Olszewski and Associate Director Elisabeth Sobel took us behind the scenes of what went into directing days of election-related coverage in a conversation moderated by Associate Director Joyce Thomas.
The Awards honor, encourage and bring attention to exceptional diverse directors in film schools and select universities across the country.
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