Definition of "directorial" []

  • Of or relating to a director or directorate. (adjective)
  • Serving to direct; directive. (adjective)
  • A person or thing that directs, controls, or regulates (noun)

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  • A member of the governing board of a business concern who may or may not have an executive function (noun)
  • A person who directs the affairs of an institution, trust, educational programme, etc (noun)
  • The person responsible for the artistic and technical aspects of making a film or television programme (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "directorial" in a sentence
  • "After Sidney Sheinberg, then vice president of production for Universal's TV arm, saw the film, he signed Spielberg to a long-term directorial contract."
  • "Besides, I doubt if you talked to the executives -- certain directorial boards who earn $208,333 a month, for example -- they'd be the ones feeling bummed."
  • "August 12th, 2009 Music-composer Pritam is heard to be brain-storming over the music of Parmeet Sethi's untitled directorial venture under Yash Raj Productions."