Director

Has the ultimate responsibility for the interpretation of the script through his control of the actors and supporting production team.

director

  1. someone who controls resources and expenditures
  2. the person who leads a musical group

Director

`Directors` shall mean those persons who, under the law or the instruments of incorporation, represent the management company, the investment company or the depositary, or who effectively determine the policy of the management company, the investment company or the depositary....
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director

(dĭ-rek´tәr) a grooved instrument for guiding a knife or other surgical instrument.
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Director

(from the article `Bligh, William`) But Bligh never overcame a fatal inability to control his relationships with his men. While he was captain of the Director, his crew took part in the ...
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director

(story) [Acting] based on the perceived expectations of the developers or authors.
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director

[n] - member of a board of directors 2. [n] - someone who supervises the actors and directs the action in the production of a show 3. [n] - someone who controls resources and expenditures
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Director

• (n.) One of a body of persons appointed to manage the affairs of a company or corporation; as, the directors of a bank, insurance company, or railroad company. • (n.) One who, or that which, directs; one who regulates, guides, or orders; a manager or superintendent. • (n.) A slender grooved instrument upon which a knife is made to ...
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director

manager noun someone who controls resources and expenditures
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Director

[business] A director is a person who leads or supervises a certain area of a company, program, or project. Companies that use this title often have many directors spread throughout different business functions or roles (e.g. director of human resources). The director usually reports directly to a vice president or to the CEO directly. Larg...
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Director

[colonial] The title director has been used in colonial administrations not only as a bureaucratic rank and for the members of a board of directors, but also specifically, as in this article, for the head of the colonial administration of a territory (e.g. protectorate) under indirect rule by a chartered company, functionally equivalent to ...
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Director

[military] A director, also called an auxiliary predictor, is a mechanical or electronic computer that continuously calculates trigonometric firing solutions for use against a moving target, and transmits targeting data to direct the weapon firing crew. ==For warships== For warships of the 20th century, the director is part of the fire cont...
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Director

Di·rect'or noun [ Confer French directeur .] 1. One who, or that which, directs; one who regulates, guides, or orders; a manager or superintendent. « In all affairs thou sole director Swift. 2. One of a body of persons appointed to manage the affa...
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director

1. One who, or that which, directs; one who regulates, guides, or orders; a manager or superintendent. 'In all affairs thou sole director.' (Swift) ... 2. One of a body of persons appointed to manage the affairs of a company or corporation; as, the directors of a bank, insurance company, or railroad company. 'What made directors cheat in South-Sea ...
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Director

A director is a person appointed to carry out the day-to-day management of a company. A public company must have at least two directors, a private company at least one. The directors of a company, collectively known as the board of directors, usually act together, although power may be conferred (by the articles of association) on one or more direc...
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Director

A member of the board that manages the affairs of a company. Directors must be appointed in accordance with the Articles of Association and details of their appointment must be filed at Companies House.
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Director

A member of the governing board of a corporation, typically elected at an annual meeting of the shareholders. As a group, the directors are responsible for making important business decisions -- especially those that legally bind the corporation -- leaving day-to-day management to the corporation's officers and employees. For example, a decision to...
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Director

A person appointed to oversee and run a company or organisation along with other directors, In the entertainment industry, the person who directs the making of a film, TV program, etc
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Director

A person who is in charge of a television show, on the set or in a control booth, during the actual
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director

director Cross references of word families related directly, or indirectly, to: 'master, lead, leading, ruler, ruling, govern': -agogic; agon-; arch-; -crat; dom-; gov-; magist-; poten-; tyran-.
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Director

Has to decide on the overall effect of the film, and how to achieve it. They plan which shots will be taken, how they will be shot, what order they are shot in, and what the shots will contain. Ultimately, the nature of the film (genre and period) will be influential in the way the film is shot. The director is the authority on set, and as such mus...
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Director

In control of all aspects of the production.(S)he develops the concept of the production, briefs the designer and lighting designer, plots the actor's moves, rehearses the actors, etc. etc. etc.. Each of these, of course, has his/her own creative input and wise directors (and the best are very wise!) listens carefully to what they have to say. At t...
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Director

In control of all aspects of the production.(S)he develops the concept of the production, briefs the designer and lighting designer, plots the actor's moves, rehearses the actors, etc. etc. etc..
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director

In the theatre, film, or television, a person who conducts rehearsals for actors and coordinates other aspects of production. In early periods of theatre, rehearsals were conducted by...
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director

In TV news, the director is usually a studio director, in charge technically of getting the bulletin to air. The editorial decisions are made by a producer.
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