The DGA announced on Tuesday that it will be hosting its 2008 honors on Oct. 16 at the DGA Theater in New York City.
Saturday morning's "Meet the Directors" sesh stuck mostly to tricks of the trade with scant attention paid to labor issues crippling much of showbiz. Only Julian Schnabel dared address the writers…
Joel and Ethan Coen won the top DGA prize for "No Country for Old Men" on Saturday in a kudofest marked by high spirits over the guild's speedy contract resolution with the AMPTP one week earlier.
ABC's "Lost," HBO's "The Sopranos" and NBC's "30 Rock" have scored two DGA nominations each in TV categories.
After the virtual shutdown of the Golden Globes, there are lots of questions about the fate of the Academy Awards but few answers.
The Directors Guild of America showered its love on specialty fare this year, bestowing four out of five 2007 helming noms upon pics released by arthouse arms.
The Directors Guild of America will recognize Liz Ryan and Barbara J. Roche with lifetime achievement honors for their combined 50-plus years of commitment to the guild.
The Directors Guild of America has announced the winners of its 2007 student film awards for African American, Asian American, Latino and women filmmakers.
After a major ruckus last year, the Directors Guild of America has quietly reasserted its ban on studios sending screeners to guild members.
The Directors Guild of America has nailed down a date for its 2008 awards show, opting for Jan. 26 at the Century Plaza Hotel.
The six directors nominated for the DGA's top feature helming award offer an undeniable consensus on one point -- the extreme challenges of their profession.