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Meryl Streep Backing Rachel Feldman’s Fair Pay Drama ‘Lilly’ (Exclusive)

Meryl Streep has jumped aboard Rachel Feldman's long-gestating Lilly Ledbetter fair pay movie, 'Lilly.'

DGA Awards: Sam Mendes and ‘1917’ Win Best Feature Film

The 72nd annual Directors Guild of America Awards were handed out Saturday night, and '1917's Sam Mendes took home the top honor.

More Than 50 Directors Petition DGA For Parental Leave Reform

More than 50 directors are asking the DGA to reform a policy that tends to strip new mothers of their health benefits for failing to reach earning minimums.

CES: What Mattered to Hollywood

CES: What Mattered to SAG, DGA and American Society of Cinematographers

CES: Directors, Cinematographers Endorse “Filmmaker Mode” Setting on 2020 TVs

A rollout of a "Filmmaker Mode" setting on a range of 2020 television models from most major set makers is slated to begin this spring.

DGA Awards: Sam Mendes, Taika Waititi Among All-Male Feature-Film Director Nominees

A complete list of the Directors Guild of America's 2020 film and TV nominations.

Thomas Schlamme Re-elected DGA President

Thomas Schlamme was re-elected president of the Directors Guild of America at the organization's National Biennial Convention on Saturday.

Amid Writers’ Fight, Directors Guild to Examine Agreement With Agencies

The Directors Guild of America said Monday it was examining "important issues" regarding its agency agreement.

‘Roma’s’ Alfonso Cuaron Takes Top Honor at DGA Awards

The DGA Awards honored 'Roma's' Alfonso Cuaron as best feature director, Bo Burnham for 'Eighth Grade' and Adam McKay and Bill Hader in TV categories on Saturday night.

Directors Guild Unveils Special Award Winners

Unit production manager Kathleen McGill and associate director Mimi (Marian) Deaton will receive special DGA Awards recognizing their contributions to the guild at the 71st annual DGA Awards on Feb…

DGA to Honor FX Networks With 2019 Diversity Award

FX Networks will be honored with the Directors Guild of America's 2019 Diversity Award, which will be presented at the 71st annual DGA Awards on Feb. 2.

Diversity of TV Directors Ticks Up in DGA Study: “The Compass Is Pointing in the Right Direction”

The diversity of television directors increased in a DGA study of the past season, but more progress is needed, says the guild.