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SHOOT Magazine, the leading publication for commercial, branded content and entertainment production announces partial list of directors and cinematographers for the "Leading Directors" Profile section, "Up-And-Coming Directors" feature and "Cinematographers & Cameras" for the March 23 Spring 2012 "Directors" Issue, including directors of recent high-profile projects: JC Chandor, director of "Margin Call," David Gordon Green who directed this year's Super Bowl Chrysler spot starring Clint Eastwood, Henry & Rel, directors of "Paranormal 3," and Noam Murro, who won this year's the DGA Award as Best Commercial Director of 2011. Leading cinematographers profiled in the issue include Emmanuel "Chivo" Lubezki who won this year's ASC Award for Feature Film Excellence on the basis of the Terrence Malick-directed "The Tree of Life." The issue will also have the first of this year's semi-annual Midwest Production & Post feature and the first of this year's quarterly Music & Sound Features plus Top Ten Spot Tracks Chart.
With its focus on top talent, up-and-coming talent & great work, the issue provides an ideal environment and audience for marketing to ad agency creative & production depts, movie studios, broadcast / cable /online /mobile networks, production & post companies. Final Ad Material Deadline is Monday, March 19.
Offering a snapshot in time with lasting influence and impact for the past 51 years, SHOOT Magazine's "Directors Issues" have been the talk of the industry when first published and are referred to long after the issue date. The profiles are turned to for shedding light on the approaches, experiences and filmmaking philosophies of the industry's most notable directors. The rundown of emerging directors identifies star talent in the making, chronicling how they broke into the business and made their initial impact. There's a track record over the years of several up-and-coming helmers featured in our Directors Issues going on to earn inclusion in SHOOT's New Directors Showcase at the DGA Theatre, and then successfully establishing their filmmaking careers.
Here's what's coming up on March 23rd in SHOOT Magazine's Directors Issue
Leading Directors Profiles
Profiles of leading directors spanning spots and long-form, including insights from them about their most recent notable work, their creative approaches and aspirations. Included are award nominees and winners, and directors who have put their stamp on successful feature film and other entertainment projects.
JC Chandor, Washington Square Films
He has made an auspicious feature filmmaking debut with "Margin Call," which earned him an Original Screenplay Oscar nomination, an Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature, and the Spirit's prestigious Robert Altman Award. Chandor is about to embark on his second feature, which will star Robert Redford. And after shooting is wrapped on that, Chandor will be available for commercials and branded content via Washington Square Films (which produced "Margin Call").
Kim Gehrig, Somesuch & Co., London
Her Olympics documentary for Coca-Cola is marking a major splash. Gehring's career has advanced significantly since she was in SHOOT's 2009 New Directors Showcase, making a successful transition to the director's chair after her long tenure as a creative at London agency Mother.
David Gordon Green, Chelsea
An indie filmmaker of note as reflected years back by his winning the Special Jury Prize at Sundance for "All The Real Girls" and being nominated for Sundance's Grand Jury Prize on the strength of "Snow Angels," Green has successfully diversified into commercialmaking, making the biggest splash at this year's Super Bowl with the Chrysler spot starring Clint Eastwood.
Henry & Rel, Moxie Pictures
From their first feature documentary "Catfish"--which is spawning a reality television series on MTV--to the recent box office hit "Paranormal 3," lauded spots such as Google Chrome's "Dear Sophie, and the documentary short "A Brief History of John Baldessari" (being screened at this year's SXSW Festival), Henry & Rel move in and out of multiple disciplines and genres with great dexterity and artistry.
Noam Murro, Biscuit Filmworks
Back in January, Murro won the DGA Award as Best Commercial Director of 2011. He first earned the DGA Award for his body of work in 2004 and has been nominated for the honor six times in his career.
Jake Schreier, Park Pictures
Schreier, known for his work in commercials, made his feature directorial debut with "Robot and Frank," which marked the first project out of Park Pictures' feature operation and enjoyed its world premiere at this year's Sundance Film Festival where it secured a theatrical distribution deal.
Additional directors to be announced soon.
Also in the Issue: The Latest Industry News, ScreenWork Section and Regular Columns
Great Marketing Opportunity
In today's ultra competitive world, getting noticed by the right decision-makers in the creative & production departments of Ad Agencies and by the right decision-makers at movie studios, broadcast/cable/online/mobile networks and production and post companies, who are bombarded daily with sales promotion material, messages and reels, is no easy feat. The time-proven way to break through the clutter and stand out from the competition is to advertise in SHOOT's semi-annual Spring and Fall Directors issues. Read & referred to for long periods of time, your ad puts your marketing message firmly in the hands of potential advertising & entertainment production/post clients who can hire your talent, utilize your services and purchase/rent your products!!
Advertising Options include...
-> Print ad sizes ranging from a 1/8th Page to a Full Tabloid Page provide the right size for every message and for every budget to make an announcement, say thank you or congratulations, list your roster, talk about your services or products. Additional print options available that include spotlight & logo listings. (Print Advertiser Bonus: PDF version of your ad with URL link will appear in two PDF versions of the Directors issue that will available on SHOOTonline on 10/24 for readers to view/download)
-> Banner advertising on SHOOTonline & The SHOOT>e.dition.
Who should advertise
Companies and services looking to connect with Ad Agencyy Chief Creative Officers, Creative Directors, Art Directors, Copywriters, Heads of Production, Producers, & Broadcast Business Managers; executives & artisans in the production & post communities (Owners, Managing Directors, Exec Producers, Directors, DPs, Editors, Colorists, Visual Effects Supervisors/artists, etc); production & marketing executives at movie studios, broadcast / cable / online / mobile networks and production executives at brand marketers. Advertising in SHOOT's March 23rd DIRECTORS Issue will provide a high impact direct link to prospective clients to tell them why they should want to connect with your co., artisans, services, products, film offices or locations.The environment is ideal for making an announcement, introducing new talent, saying thank you, Awards Announcements/Congratulations, celebrating milestones, listing company roster or showcasing recent work.
Space Reservations: March 13
Final Ad Material Deadline: March 19
1. For All Print advertisers:
receive free interactive PDF ad in PDF version of print issue that will be available on SHOOTonline.com on March 23 for readers to view or download.
2. For Jr. & Full Tabloid Page Advertisers:
receive 234x60 Bottom Banner Space on SHOOTonline for 30-days (value: $800.)
Highly anticipated issue / Targeted audience of decision-makers / Incredible Visibility/ Great Bonus -- Unprecedented value!
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