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The Directors Guild of Canada, B.C. District Council (DGC BC) represents the creative and logistical personnel in the film and television industry in British Columbia. The DGC BC Collective Agreement covers the categories of Director, 2nd Unit Director, Production & Unit Manager, plus those employed in the various Assistant Director and Locations Departments.

The Website has been designed to provide current information on a variety of subjects of interest to employers, Members of the Guild and those aspiring to become Members.

A searchable form of the DGC BC Collective Agreement is available on the Website. Contract enquiries can be emailed to Rob Larson, Business Agent at or by contacting the office (604) 688-2976.

Although not contained on the site, the Guild provides Member Forecast Lists, which identify each Member in a category, his or her availability and contact information. The lists are constantly updated to assist signatory productions with crewing needs. Please contact the Guild directly for a copy.

For the DGC BC's Mission, Vision and Value Statement, please click here.

For the DGC BC Constitution, please click here.

For the DGC BC Bylaws, please click here.

For the November Declaration, please click here.

For the DGC National Constitution, please click here

For information on our Privacy Policy, please click here.

To contact us please call 604-688-2976 or email

Latest News

November 05, 2015

Should you feel unable to approach your Category Head, you can call the DGC BC's Anonymous Hotline to report an issue.

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January 07, 2016

The DGC BC supports a Respectful Workplace environment for all those working in the Film and Television industry.

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October 11, 2019

Pictures from the 2019 DGC BC VIFF Party are now available online!

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December 06, 2019

Please click here for more information regarding the 2020 DGC BC Training Calendar.

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April 27, 2018

No call time has ever been more important.

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October 01, 2018

Proof of Residency requirements for productions.

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