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Director Nanette Burstein Revisits Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan 20 Years After the "Whack Heard Around the World" in ESPN Films' 'The Price of Gold'

Tonya Harding, "The Price of Gold"Tonya Harding, “The Price of Gold”Director Nanette Burstein earned a Directors Guild Award and an Oscar nomination for her first documentary, On the Ropes, a low-budget film shot using a Sony Handycam.

Queen Latifah Returns to Daytime TV

After one Golden Globe, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, a Grammy, six additional Grammy nominations, Emmy and Academy Award nominations, and a spot as a COVERGIRL model, hip-hop’s first lady is rebranding herself yet again.

Taylor Emrey Glascock: Photographing 'You're Next'

Taylor Emrey Glascock was chasing a career as a photojournalist while interning for the Columbus Dispatch, Dallas Morning News, and Peoria Journal Star. But before she found her perspective through the lens, Glascock had her sights set on print journalism.

Exploring the DGA's Assistant Directors Training Program

As important as schooling is to a future career as a director in films and television, it doesn’t guarantee you a job, or even a place in the Directors Guild of America. Internships are helpful for building skills, but they don’t always pay the bills. The Assistant Directors Training Program helps bridge that gap between receiving your degree and actually becoming a working director.

Major Studios Adopt Producers Guild Certification Mark

For decades, the “Produced by” credit has been one of the most anomolous and misunderstood within the film and television industry, even among those carrying the title. The Producers Guild of America has worked to standardize the varried producer roles to establish a clear criteria while recognizing the important contributions of these professionals in the production process.

Microsoft Walks Back Xbox One DRM - June 19, 2013

Forget about the once-a-day phone home requirement and restrictions on used games for the Xbox One. Here is the official statement released today on Xbox Wire:

Day Four: ATX Television Festival

Pitch competition winners, "I Made America."Pitch competition winners, “I Made America.”The last day of the ATX Television Festival began bright and early with the finalists of the festival’s pitch competition. Pitching the gamut from crime-based series to Saturday morning cartoons, the finalists had three minutes to provide a brief overview for their show idea to a panel of judges that included producers, show creators, and executives from CBS and Disney.

Day Three: ATX Television Festival

Photo by Gary MillerPhoto by Gary MillerDay Three of the ATX Television Festival was all about those who work behind the scenes in some of America’s favorite TV shows. The day kicked off with the Movies Versus TV panel that focused mainly on the differences between writing for each.

Day Two: ATX Television Festival

Photo by Gary MillerPhoto by Gary MillerFirst stop for us during day two of the ATX Television Festival was the Creating the Sound of a Show panel, which featured musicians, composers, producers, and music supervisors from series including One Tree Hill, Hawthorne, Roseanne, Revenge, The Wonder Years, and The West Wing weighing in on the challenges of their job and how the industry is changing.

ATX TV Festival Opening Night - June 7, 2013

Alia Shawkat and Mae Whitman of "Arrested Development"Alia Shawkat and Mae Whitman of “Arrested Development”With a red carpet kickoff, a screening of a few new episodes of Arrested Development, and a Q&A with show stars Alia Shawkat and Mae Whitman, the ATX Television Festival is now officially underway. Huzzah!