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So, the Guilds came up with New Media. New Media is everything that’s not meant to be shown in theaters or on television or sold on DVDs. 340 more words



Have you heard of New Media? If you’re in the film world, it’s the jargon du jour. If you’re outside the film world, it’s less likely you have heard the term. 488 more words

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DGA To Producers: Try Hiring New Directors, Not Actors And Writers, For Open Helming Spots

The DGA is calling on the industry to make a “revolutionary” move to increase employment for first-time women and minority TV directors: Hire more directors and fewer actors and writer/producers to direct the shows. 400 more words

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DGA: Minority Women Got Only 2% Of First-Time Episodic TV Helming Jobs Last Season

During the 2014-15 TV season, 128 directors got their first shot at helming an episodic TV show. Of those, only one is an African-American woman, two are Latina and none is Asian-American. 261 more words


DGA Report Finds A Few More TV Directing Gigs for Women; Share Of Jobs For Minorities Down 5%

Showtime’s Masters Of Sex and HBO’s Boardwalk Empire and The Brink are among the 27 TV shows that hired no female or minority directors during the past season, according to the DGA’s latest diversity report, landing them on the guild’s annual Worst List.  932 more words


Levy, Pazanti & Huff Help Charities Raise Money and Awareness

Organizing a successful Hollywood fundraiser is an art. From selecting an honoree to crafting the program to finessing the all-important, politically charged gala seating chart, the dynamic femme trio of Judy Levy, Ellen Pazanti and Lauran Huff specialize in managing high-profile events for showbiz-affiliated nonprofits. 600 more words


DGA Second VP Jace Alexander Arrested On Child Porn Charges

Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore says frequent Law & Order director and former Blacklist co-EP Jason “Jace” Alexander was arrested today for “possessing and file-sharing illegal and obscene performances of sexual conduct by children less than seventeen years of age.” The journeyman helmer, … 230 more words