Commercial directors have a tough job these days. They used to have a full 30 seconds to tell their stories, but that's changing.
There can be no more interwoven relationship in filmmaking than that between a director and editor. Many have maintained career-long collaborations with those they feel to be their creative soul mates.
The origin of the one director to a film policy.
This year will mark the 40th birthday of the Movie of the Week (MOW) and, not surprisingly, the event will prompt something of a midlife crisis.
Few television shows enter the public awareness as brazenly as HBO's The Sopranos. Directors Timothy M. Van Patten, Henry Bronchtein and John Patterson discuss their experiences on the show.
A Conversation with Asian-American Documentarians
Moderated by producer and AAC committee co-chair, Wenda Fong.
DGA Magazine
May 2004