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tr.v. co·di·rect·ed, co·di·rect·ing, co·di·rects
To direct (a play, film, or other form of public entertainment) jointly with another or others.

co·di·rect′or n.


vb (tr)
to direct jointly
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Patrick Hughes codirected the film with his friend John Gillespie from Glasgow.
His latest play, Flying into Daylight, written by Emmy Award-winning Ron Hutchinson and which Max codirected, has just opened at Live Theatre.
Bhoothnath Returns , costarring Boman Irani and National Award winning Marathi actress Usha Jadhav, is directed by Nitesh Tiwani who earlier codirected Chillar Party .
Castaing-Taylor and Pa ravel come out of ethnographic film (he is codirector of Harvard's Film Study Center and perhaps best known for the 2009 sheepherding documentary Sweetgrass, she an anthropologist who codirected, with J.
Waters inspired and directed or codirected several doctoral student research projects that culminated in published business histories of motor and rail transport firms.
But Urie's truest passion project has got to be Thank You for Judging, a documentary he produced and codirected starting in 2008, during the Hollywood writers' strike.
He has served as codirector of short courses for both the American Society of Clinical Pathology and the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP); worked with Anna-Luise Katzenstein, MD, to develop a course for practicing pathologists entitled Pathology of the Lung; codirected the USCAP Diagnostic Pathology week-long, summer course; collaborated with his friend, mentor, and colleague Krishnan Unni, MD, for more than a decade as codirector of the Mayo Clinic's Practical Surgical Pathology courses; served for 13 years as member, short course coordinator, and chair of the USCAP Education Committee; was codirector of the 2011 USCAP Long Course; and currently chairs the USCAP's Innovative Educational Products Committee (IEPC).
For another view of parish leadership, see the Parish Evaluation Project, codirected by Jesuit Fr.
Tom Morris, who developed and codirected West End and Broadway hit War Horse, also directs the family show which has been playing to packed houses in London and sparking the imagination of a new generation of young theatre audiences.
The 63-year-old, who codirected and adapted the West End's Les Miserables, speaks to me as he prepares to bring his new production of Mozart's Don Giovanni to Birmingham for the Welsh National Opera.
The art influence comes as Caird, who codirected and adapted Les Mis, is reunited with its designer John Napier, a former sculptor who also designed Cats, Starlight Express and Miss Saigon for the West End.
Meanwhile, Latifa Robbana Doghri will showcase at the festival a 52-minute film titled Boxing with Her which she codirected with Salem Trabelsi.