Stands for the Directors Guild Of America. This is the union that represents and protects the interests of film and television directors in the United States motion picture industry and abroad. This includes directors and all the members of the directorial team – assistant directors, unit production managers, stage managers, production associates, and location managers. There are approximately 15,000 members of the DGA.
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