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- v. Present participle of direct.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Giving or affording direction; guiding.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. showing the way by conducting or leading; imposing direction on
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Over-directing is a problem that comes up in some comic book situations, as well.
“For the designer to become a producer, she must have the skills to begin directing content, by critically navigating the social, aesthetic, and technological systems across which communications flow.”
Deadline reports that after Steven Spielberg dropped out of the proposed remake of imaginary rabbit pic Harvey, he became interested in directing a biopic on George Gershwin, famous American composer and brother of Ira.
Directing Awards recognize excellence in directing for dramatic and documentary features.
The production values are good, the directing is solid, the effects are decent, and the acting ranges from mediocre (Hanks) to above average (Ewan McGregor).
At the time, Spielberg was the youngest person to be hired on a long-term directing contract in the history of major Hollywood studios.
Bill McInturff, Mr. Hart's partner in directing the Journal/NBC News poll, said key Senate elections in Nevada, California and Washington now look so close that it may not be possible to declare winners in all three on Nov. 2, the date of the mid-term elections.
It's undeniable that Dunnett's own pleasing facial features, and her comport, once transferred to canvas, play a significant role in directing the viewer.
I doubt he could ever find an actual Iraqi who would second such an argument, any more than you might expect to find an Israeli who would praise the strategic brilliance of Arab propagandists in directing jihadist rage toward Israel.
Attention-directing is part of a group of behavioral tools I call "life intelligence," detailed in my new book, "Don't Miss Your Life."