Ethnic and gender diversity among episodic television directors continued to increase this past season, the Directors Guild of America reported today, with the percentage of episodes directed by ethnic minorities rising by 3 percentage points to a record 22% of all episodes, while the percentage
The pipeline of new episodic television directors grew larger than ever before and became markedly more inclusive in the 2016/17 television season – with the percentage of ethnic minority first-time TV directors more than doubling since 2009/10 and the percentage of women nearly tripling – accord
Director Thomas Schlamme was elected President of the Directors Guild of America by acclamation by the delegates at the Guild’s National Biennial Convention held today at DGA National Headquarters in Los Angeles.
SHOOT Magazine, the leading publication for commercial and entertainment motion picture production, today announced the panels and speakers for the SHOOT 2017 DIRECTORS/PRODUCERS Forum. The Forum will take place at the DGA Theatr
Directors Guild of America President Paris Barclay today announced that longtime Guild executive Russell Hollander has succeeded Jay D. Roth as National Executive Director.
Directors Guild of America President Paris Barclay and National Executive Director Jay D. Roth today announced that the Guild’s National Board, at a meeting on Sunday, February 5, unanimously selected longtime Associate National Executive Director Russell Hollander to succeed Jay D.
Building on its efforts to analyze and bring awareness to the critical role that a “first break” plays in increasing diversity, the Directors Guild of America (DGA) today issued the results of an annual study of the gender and ethnic diversity of directors who received their first assignments in