Examples of directorial in a Sentence
an applicant with a number of directorial positions on his résumé
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DIRECTOR: Jordan Peele, 'Get Out' Jordan Peele managed to combine real scares, laughs and a strong social message in his directorial debut Get Out.
Pi (July 1) Darren Aronofsky made a splash with his 1998 black-and-white directorial debut about a psychologically unstable math genius who comes to believe that the Torah holds the numerological key to understanding God.
Next up, look for her in hotly anticipated Ocean’s Eight and Kristen Dunst’s directorial debut, The Bell Jar.
The edits snap, the colors pop and the cinematography serves the performances and the story rather than embalming them in an emptily showy, self-regarding directorial conceit.
The play itself was a challenge for Early, making her directorial debut in a professional production.
For her directorial debut, Dexter-Jones wrote and directed Cecile on the Phone, an 11-minute short which explores the melodrama that ensues when a former flame reenters one's life.
The songs are almost beside the point: Lister-Jones’s directorial debut is a dark and moody examination of a precarious marriage, one that’s perhaps too close to the bone for its own good.
Made on a shoestring budget, Martin’s directorial debut took years to make it to the screen.
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First Known Use of directorial
DIRECTORIAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of directorial for English Language Learners
: of or relating to a director and especially to the director of a play, movie, etc.
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