Women TV Directors Can Call the Shots, But ‘Don’t Have the Luxury to Fail’

Women TV Directors Can Call the Shots, But ‘Don’t Have the Luxury to Fail’
The conversation was lively at the Directing for Television: Women Calling the Shots panel hosted by the Television Academy Foundation on Monday, with four successful female TV directors speaking candidly about the industry and their place in it. The discussion took place as part of the foundation’s Faculty Seminar: The Conference event, during which media educators from around the country gathered for the opportunity to better educate TV’s next generation of content creators and industry leaders.

“I really thought I knew [what I was doing],” Anya Adams said of her first time directing an episode. “I was the first Ad, so I was right up there in everything,” she continued, “but the politics that the director has to go through with producers and actors is something you can only experience if you’re in that position.” Adams’ credits include episodes of ABC’s “Speechless” and “Fresh Off the Boat,” among others.

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