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Friday, Nov. 24, 2000
To have Florida as the focus of this week's Special Report is well timed, given that the state has been the focus of the country—and of litigation—relative to its precious, presidential election-deciding electoral college votes. Whatever your political orientation, the essential lesson to be...
Friday, Nov. 17, 2000
In our special 40th Anniversary Supplement on Nov. 3, the value of history and its relevance to today and tomorrow were clearly borne out. There are distinct parallels that can be drawn between the past and the present—and between the past and our industry's future. The adage that we can learn from...
Friday, Nov. 10, 2000
The Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI) is embarking on a pivotal change in its managerial structure (see separate story, p. 1). Over the next eight to 10 months, the association hopes to transition from being handled by a management company to securing a full-time staff...
Friday, Nov. 3, 2000
Prior to the actors' strike against the advertising industry, The Camera House in North Hollywood had been averaging business growth at a monthly clip of about 20 percent during its year-plus existence. Starting on May 1—day one of the strike—that pattern reversed, with the camera rental shop...
Friday, Oct. 27, 2000
A little more than six months ago, the Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) and the Association of Music Producers (AMP) entered into a strategic alliance (SHOOT, 4/14, p. 1). Now, the first major development nurtured to some extent by that partnership is a set of AMP Music...
Friday, Oct. 20, 2000
The shortage of homegrown talent for the high-tech industry—including computer animation and visual effects houses—has been chronicled in SHOOT over the years. Various solutions have been put forth to address the problem, the highest-profile—albeit short-term—remedy being an increase in the annual...
Friday, Oct. 13, 2000
As "The Best Work You May Never See" gallery nears the end of its third year, we can report that it remains gratifying to give exposure to creatively worthwhile spots that otherwise might be relegated to relative obscurity. It's all the more satisfying to see some of that work go on to eventually...
Friday, Oct. 6, 2000
Kalie," the lead entry in SHOOT's "The Best Work You May Never See" gallery last week, opens on a crayoned sketch of a smiling little girl in a pink dress. "Kalie was my baby sister. She loved pink," a youngster's voice begins. The camera pans from another drawing of Kalie, this time with her dolls...
Friday, Sep. 29, 2000
At press time, it wasn't known whether Rep. Jerry Weller (R-Ill.) and his colleagues would opt to introduce a bill in Congress that calls for providing post facilities with an investment tax credit. The bill aims to help make the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)-mandated transition to DTV,...
Friday, Sep. 22, 2000
Two atypical efforts to generate public service advertising have recently surfaced on opposite coasts. Last month, commercial director Alex Munoz teamed with the City of Santa Monica's Virginia Avenue Park/ Thelma Terry Center to conduct a video/film production class for youngsters, ages 14-18, who...