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  1. Directors Guild of America Shifts Film Nominations to Jan. 8

    6:23 pm 9/18/2012

    The guild will announce its film noms two days earlier than originally planned to move off the date that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences moved on to earlier today.Read more

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  2. Judge Rules DGA Foreign Levies Reports Acceptable But Lawyer Claims They Don't 'Make Sense'

    7:25 pm 8/23/2012

    The court finds that the guild is complying with a settlement agreement, dismissing plaintiff counsel’s argument that more information should be required. Read more

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  3. California Senate Passes Bill to Extend $100 Million in Tax Credits

    1:38 pm 8/21/2012

    A 32-3 vote gets the California Film & Television Tax Credit Program one step closer to a two-year extension through 2017.Read more

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  4. California Assembly Passes Bill to Extend $100 Million in Tax Credits

    11:24 am 8/16/2012

    Focus shifts to Senate where similar bill, stuck in committee, is expected to be heard next week.Read more

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  5. DGA Hires Lawyer Danny Bush as Assistant Executive Director

    11:59 am 8/8/2012

    The Yale Law School grad has a background as a labor lawyer and union organizer.Read more

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  6. Reversing Course, the DGA to Allow Awards Season Screeners

    11:01 am 5/7/2012

    The directors adopt a new policy that will allow distributors to send DVDs to the guild's 14,500 members beginning this awards season.Read more

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  7. 'Men in Black' Director Barry Sonnenfeld Loses $325,000 Arbitration to UTA (Exclusive)

    12:17 am 4/25/2012

    UPDATED: The arbitration ruling was confirmed in a court filing Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court. Sonnenfeld has appealed with a petition to vacate the award. Read more

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  8. Will the DGA's New Awards Date Alter 2013 Oscar Race?

    3:20 pm 3/19/2012

    The Directors Guild of America moved the date of its annual awards to Feb. 2, 2013, a move that could change the dynamics of the Oscar race.Read more

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