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The Directors Guild of America represents ten thousand seasoned
professionals in the film and TV industries. Our members are
directors, unit production managers, assistant and associate
directors and stage managers who fill key creative and leadership
positions in the making of theatrical films, TV programs of all types
and commercials.
 
Some of the members of DGA expressed their enthusiasm for passing on
their knowledge and experience to film students. They 've agreed to
do instructing, lecturing, or conducting seminars at colleges and
universities with film or communications dept. without expectation of
any honorarium for commitments of time up for a day, weekend or up to
a week in length (although they do expect that their expenses
(including economy class airfare) would be paid).
 
A list that lists these members and including their credits in the
industry and their teaching experience would be available on the
internet:    http://dga.org.dga/.     If you are interested in asking one of
the members to participate in your educational program, please call
DGA Special projects at    (310) 289-5366     and they will have
that member contact you directly.
 
 
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