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A director is a person who is in charge of an activity, department, or organization.
A film director directs the creative and dramatic aspects of a film, as well as visualizing the screenplay (or script) and directing the technical crew and actors to realize that vision. The director is responsible for casting, production design, and other facets of filmmaking that are artistic. The director is considered the film's author under European Union law. The film director directs the cast and crew and establishes an overarching vision from which a film is realized or noticed in the end. Directors must be able to reconcile divergent artistic visions while staying within budget constraints.
In business, the term director is a title given to the senior management staff of businesses and other large organizations. The word has two distinct definitions, the choice of which is affected by the organization's size and global scope, as well as the historical and geographic context. Furthermore, the term is used to refer to a number of technical (legal) meanings relevant to corporate governance legislation in different countries. Being referred to as an "executive director" by a company that uses the title director in the British English context would normally mean that the holder has been legally appointed to the board of directors and has substantial responsibilities and/or financial interest in the company. By contrast in the American English context, "executive director" is roughly equivalent to the vice president or senior director in some businesses.
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