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Now, editor Antony opens his directorial innings with its Tamil remake, Oru Naal Iravil , releasing in India on November 20.
The fans can currently catch actor Paul Wesley as vampire Stefan Salvatore in the latest season of the CW TV series while waiting for his directorial work to air in 2015.
Howard's Directorial Team: Unit Production Manager: Kathleen McGill First Assistant Director: William M.
The DGGB Awards recognises Outstanding Directorial Achievement in the following categories:
LOS ANGELES -- The winners of the 2006 Directors Guild of America Outstanding Directorial Achievement Awards and the recipients of the Guild's 2007 Career Achievement Awards were announced tonight during the 59th Annual DGA Awards Dinner at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles.
She started out her directorial career in the early 90's with "Little Man Tate" and "Home for the Holidays.
ASHUTOSH Gowarikar has plans not just for his next directorial project but for expanding his production company.
Two past winners of the Directors Guild of America's top prize received nominations again Thursday and will square off against a trio of first-time nominees with far fewer feature film directorial credits.
Out writer Craig Lucas (Longtime Companion) presents his premiere directorial world The Dying Gaul, about an AIDS-widowed screenwriter (Peter Sarsgaard) who's offered a soul-crushing yet lucrative deal by a studio boss (Campbell Scott).
Award-winning editor Susan Shipton (whose distinguished work includes The Adjuster, Exotica, The Sweet Hereafter, Felicia's Journey, Possible Worlds) makes a sure-footed, but disappointing, directorial debut in what is a rather slight comedic drama about the male gaze.
Cotton Mary, Merchant's fourth directorial venture (which opens in New York on February 11), a film about the gradual destruction of an Anglo-Indian nurse obsessed with an English couple's baby in India in the '50s, continues in the same vein, albeit without Ivory and Jhabvala.
The footnotes to this New Cambridge text record performance variations and directorial decisions from a range of productions dating from 1601 to 1990.

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