a person who is in charge of an activity, department or org.

famous people holding the position

Terry Gilliam: he started a career in as an animator and cartoonist

James Cameron: best known for the highly acclaimed, box-office hits alien

Akira Kurosawa: created several war films

Awards Available for this specific profession

Academy Award ( Best Director)

Best screenplay

Television arts

FLC Award

Schooling required to hold the profession

Bachelor of fine arts in film

Master of fine arts in film directing

Schools: Grand Canyon University (academic)

Southern New Hampshire University (academic)

Sanford Brown (academic)


  • -determining the company’s strategic objectives and policies;
  • -monitoring progress towards achieving the objectives and policies;
  • -appointing senior management;
  • -accounting for the company’s activities to
  • -Anyone disqualified by the company’s own Articles of Association (the rules relating to the running of the company).
  • -An undischarged bankrupt.
  • -Someone disqualified by a court order.
  • -The company’s auditor. relevant parties, e.g. shareholders.
  • Who do they report and work with ??

    The role of the Executive Director is to design, develop and implement strategic plans for the organization in a cost-effective and time-efficient manner. The Executive Director is also responsible for the day-to-day operation of the organization. This includes managing committees and staff as well as developing business plans in collaboration with the board. In essence, the board grants the Executive Director the authority to run the organization. The Executive Director is accountable to the Chairman of the Board and reports to the board on a regular basis - quarterly, semiannually, or annually. The board may offer suggestions and ideas about how to improve the organization, but the Executive Director decides whether or not, and how, to implement these ideas. They Work With Assistant Directors and also choreographers
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