McNary, Dave
January 2006
Daily Variety;1/30/2006, Vol. 290 Issue 21, p8
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The article reports that the five finalists for the Directors Guild of America's top feature award have given their advices and insights on different topics at the Guild's 15th annual symposium in Los Angeles, California. "Brokeback Mountain" director Ang Lee stressed the need to prepare without over-rehearsing. Steven Spielberg claimed that the worst part of "Munich" was the six years of indecision on the project.


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