DGA Monthly Magazine 
DGA negotiates and ratifies the 2005 Basic Agreement, FLTTA and Network Agreement nine months before the expiration of the 2002 contracts, resolving the crisis facing the DGA Health Plan and protecting the health benefits of DGA members, retirees and their families. The Guild negotiated the largest total economic benefits package in its history, along with significant gains in creative rights. DGA’s five-year legislative campaign to reduce runaway film and television production reaches fruition when Congress signs into law The American Jobs Creation Act — the first-ever federal tax-incentive legislation to stimulate film and television production in the United States. DGA Monthly launched to offer expanded coverage of Guild news and events.
The Man Who Would Be King

King Vidor helped bring directors together to form the Guild and became its first president during the early, perilous years. His legacy as a great filmmaker and fighter for directors' rights continues today.

Director's Cut - 75th Anniversary Video Compilation

Director’s Cut commemorates 75 years of directing history through the compilation of hundreds of clips illustrating the entire range of our members’ work. The focus is on images of directors working—not just the work itself—underscoring to audiences that these lasting images are the result of a director’s vision.

Explore the DGA Visual History Program

In-depth peer-to-peer interviews of veteran Guild members sharing the journey of their artistic and professional careers.