directorial

[dih-rek-tawr-ee-uhl, -tohr-, dahy-rek-]
adjective
pertaining to a director or directorate.

Origin:
1760–70; < Late Latin dīrēctōri(us) (see direct, -tory1) + -al1

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director (dɪˈrɛktə, daɪ-)
 
n
1.  a person or thing that directs, controls, or regulates
2.  a member of the governing board of a business concern who may or may not have an executive function
3.  a person who directs the affairs of an institution, trust, educational programme, etc
4.  Compare producer the person responsible for the artistic and technical aspects of making a film or television programme
5.  music another word (esp US) for conductor
 
direc'torial
 
adj
 
direc'torially
 
adv
 
di'rectorship
 
n
 
di'rectress
 
fem n

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If the writer has also directorial samples previous works please include samples showing your best work.
Compare various directorial choices for a scene, one-act play, and/or full-length production.
In other words, the duty of care concerns the director's competence in performing their directorial functions.
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