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Short Takes for October 2019
- Friday, Oct. 25, 2019
LOBO'S SHORTS CELEBRATE INNOVATION AT PENN STATE
Creative design, animation and mixed media studio LOBO promotes Penn State’s research and achievements in a pair of animated campaign videos for the university, out of agency Decoded Advertising. The two spots feature visually vibrant and painterly animations championing pollinator research and successful healthcare innovation, born from the minds of real-world Penn State students and faculty featured in live action at the end of each short.
LOBO’s Guilherme Marconde directed the two spots titled “Christine Grozinger” and “Shevy Karbasi.”
ASC PRESENTS STUDENT HERITAGE AWARDS
The American Society of Cinematographers revealed this year’s Student Heritage Award winners at an event at the ASC Clubhouse in Hollywood earlier this month. Three student filmmakers were chosen from 12 nominees for demonstrating exceptional cinematography skills in their submitted work.
Lucas Dziedzic from the American Film Institute won the Richard H. Kline Student Heritage Award in the Graduate category for Animals.
Oscar Ignacio Jimenez from Brigham Young University won the Richard H. Kline Student Heritage Award in the Undergraduate category for Gather.
Jazleana Jones from Florida State University won the Haskell Wexler Student Documentary Award for King, Charles.”
Designed to encourage and support a new generation, the ASC Student Heritage Awards also celebrate the memory of an ASC member. This year’s Undergraduate and Graduate Award was named in honor of Oscar®-nominee Richard H. Kline, ASC (Camelot, King Kong). The Documentary category is dedicated to multi Oscar®-winner Haskell Wexler, ASC (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Bound for Glory).
Numerous past ASC Student Heritage award recipients have gone on to successful careers in filmmaking and several are now ASC members themselves, including Nelson Cragg, Masanobu Takayanagi, and Lisa Wiegand.
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE....
Jackman Reinvents, a Toronto-based firm involved in the transformation of company brands, value proposition and customer experience, has promoted Bev Vaters to VP, creative studio, Mike Kasprow to VP, communications practice, Marcelo Ceron to VP, brand strategy, and Alexandra Swiech to sr. director, people development. Additionally, Mladen Svigir, VP, engagements, will lead business development growth strategies. In terms of new hires, Brett Donald takes on the role of VP, strategy activation. Donald is a brand and consumer marketing veteran with a proven track record of growth and innovation at global brands like Tim Hortons, Hershey, and Procter & Gamble. Another key hire for Jackman is Tammy Van Eck, who joins as VP, people development. Van Eck brings extensive expertise in strategic and innovative HR programs, recruitment, and talent development, having previously held senior positions at Loblaw Companies Limited, Shoppers Drug Mart, Bell Canada, and more. At Jackman, she’ll develop and lead new strategies to support employees’ growth and fulfillment.....Alberto Botero has joined Rauxa as SVP, data intelligence. Botero comes over from TBWA where he was head of analytics and data science....