The DGA Quarterly is the craft journal of the Directors Guild of America and features contemporary and historical stories about film and TV directors and their teams. Included in each issue is the DGA Interview, a conversation with a major filmmaker such as Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese and Clint Eastwood. In Screening Room, directors such as P.T. Anderson, Nancy Meyers and Darren Aronofsky guide readers through the films that have influenced their career. The Quarterly goes on the set with directors and assistant directors of top TV series including True Blood, Iron Chef, and Friday Night Lights to show how the job is really done. Rare behind-the-scenes photographs reflect the work of individual directors (Hitchcock, Coppola, Ford) or themes (Road Movies, Musicals, Classic Comedies) in Photo Essay. Another ongoing feature is Shot to Remember in which prominent directors explain how they staged and shot an iconic scene in one of their films. With regular profiles of independent filmmakers, technology updates, and essays on current industry issues by award-winning writers, the DGA Quarterly offers first-class journalism and spectacular photography for an inside look at the art and craft of directing film and television from the people who do it. Newsstand price is $8 per issue; subscriptions in U.S. are $32 a year.
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"Apps for Pro Filmmakers" is a curated database of professional filmmaking apps that can help you get a job done a little better or a little faster. This is a regularly updated resource of 400 (and counting) mobile, tablet, watch, and now desktop apps. We only include apps made for and used by film, television, and digital media professionals.
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"[R]idiculously useful compendium"Directors Notes
"I thought [FWD:labs] had put together a useful list when I saw it last year, but that was nothing compared to now. If you're a filmmaker and looking for a little portable help in pre/production/post then chances are you'll find it in the Apps for Cinema Artists. I know I can be a little iPhone-centric when it comes to these things, but you’ll be pleased to know the list is completely platform agnostic."Directors Notes
Pretty much every iPhone or Android App you'll ever need/want if you're a filmmakerJosh Mandel @JMMandel
Great list of apps for cinematographers, directors and any A.D.'sMystery Directrix @MysteryDirectrx
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