List of directorial debuts

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This is a list of film directorial debuts in chronological order. The films and dates referred to are a director's first commercial cinematic release.

Notes:

Indicates where a director has created other earlier works for television

# Indicates when a director's earlier work is uncredited

Indicates when a director's earlier work has not been released in cinemas, for example film school productions, or short films or music videos.

Please refer to individual entries for further detail.

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  1. ^ Co-directed with Robert N. Bradbury
  2. ^ As Detlef Sierck
  3. ^ Co-directed with Anthony Hankey
  4. ^ Co-directed with Gunther von Fritsch
  5. ^ Co-directed with Brian Desmond Hurst
  6. ^ Co-directed with Robert Jordan Hill
  7. ^ Co-directed with Yakov Bazelyan
  8. ^ Directed segment Interlude in the Marshland
  9. ^ Co-directed with Bradley R. Swirnoff
  10. ^ Co-directed with Rintaro
  11. ^ Co-directed with Kenneth Tsang
  12. ^ Co-directed with Jesse Wells
  13. ^ Co-directed with Frank Lustig
  14. ^ Co-directed with David Van Taylor
  15. ^ Co-directed with Quentin Lee
  16. ^ Co-directed with John Lasseter
  17. ^ Co-directed with Jim Wynorski
  18. ^ Co-directed with John Lasseter
  19. ^ Co-directed with David Silverman
  20. ^ Co-directed with Corey Yuen
  21. ^ Co-directed with Ryan Fleck
  22. ^ Co-directed with Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino
  23. ^ Co-directed with Roger Allers
  24. ^ Co-directed with Vincent Paronnaud
  25. ^ Co-directed with Matthew Robinson
  26. ^ Co-directed with Pete Docter
  27. ^ Co-directed with Alastair Fothergill
  28. ^ Co-directed with Chris Renaud
  29. ^ Co-directed with Guy Jenkin
  30. ^ Co-directed with Jocelyn Towne
  31. ^ Co-directed with Chris Renaud
  32. ^ Co-directed with Mike Thurmeier
  33. ^ Co-directed with Mike Mitchell
  34. ^ As Declan Dale
  35. ^ Co-directed with Andrew Stanton
  36. ^ Co-directed with Nicholas Stoller
  37. ^ Co-directed with Conrad Vernon
  38. ^ Co-directed with Lee Unkrich
  39. ^ Co-directed with Rich Moore