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In all, more than 200 movies, including feature films, documentaries and short film programs of various genres, will play at several venues, including the Directors Guild of America which serves as festival headquarters.
The Directors Guild of America announced that Martin Scorsese's Sikelia Productions has signed a lease for the entire 5th floor (comprising 7,500 rentable square feet) in the recently renovated historic DGA New York Headquarters Building and Theater at 110 West 57th Street.
Contact: Andrew Levy of the Directors Guild of America, +1-310-289-5394
Seven definite contenders -- selected as the top young student filmmakers by the film schools of New York University and Columbia -- will appear on Tuesday, May 4, before a panel of Directors Guild of America (DGA) filmmakers to show their work and participate in a discussion with DGA members.
The Award, which is given for leadership and extraordinary efforts in enhancing the welfare and image of the Directors Guild of America and the industry, is bestowed only by a unanimous vote of former DGA Presidents and the sitting President.
The Writers Guild of America, Screen Actors Guild, and Directors Guild of America have all come out swinging this week in a battle brewing ever since the network announced its plans last October to make some of its shows available via Apple Inc.
Howard Metzenbaum (D-Ohio), and supported by the Directors Guild of America and other filmmaking groups.
NEW YORK -- Directors Guild of America Eastern Executive Director Russell Hollander made the following statement today recognizing the passage by the New York City Council of a bill designed to increase production in New York City's film and television industry.