Guild girds for next chapter

McNary, Dave
January 2006
Daily Variety;1/26/2006, Vol. 290 Issue 19, pA2
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The article provides information about the Directors Guild of America. The guild is the wealthiest in Hollywood with 68 million dollars in assets. Michael Apted is the president of the said guild. The guild still has a united front unlike the screen actors guild and the writers guild of America because it can easily resolve conflict among themselves.


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