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Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
A Day's Pay
The Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) Show & Lecture Series was once again a resounding success. Yet beyond last week's festivities, the insights shared, and the great work that was honored and archived at the Museum of Modern Art, another development--albeit somewhat low...
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
The Prosecution Rests
Readers of this column over the years know that we are unabashed fans of much of the creative that has gone into anti-smoking ad campaigns. Public service messages out of such states as California, Mississippi, Massachusetts, Minnesota and Arizona have scored consistently in our "The Best Work You...
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
Virtuoso Performance
The fourth annual Association of Music Producers (AMP) Awards for Excellence in TV Commercial Mixing was held earlier this week in Beverly Hills (see story, p. 1). The competition offered significant new wrinkles, perhaps most notably its inaugural Spotted Excellence Award, which enabled the public...
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
Year Two
The 12 th annual Women's Image Network (WIN) Awards Show is scheduled for Sept. 26 in Los Angeles. The competition was created to recognize outstanding films and TV shows that feature female protagonists or have been directed or created by women. While the competition has built considerable cache...
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
A Hop-To-It Crew
Now in its fourth year, the Kangaroo Project--which mentors promising creative and filmmaking talent via the production of a public service TV spot that's guaranteed airtime--has a new wrinkle. While full details on this year's Kangaroo endeavor are reported on in a separate story (p. 7), the joey...
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
"Grassrooting"
We find ourselves rooting for a couple of grassroots efforts to make states more film-friendly. One was covered last week relative to the Wisconsin Film Office being in jeopardy with the move to cut its funding for fiscal year 2005-'06 ( SHOOT , 5/13, p. 7). Members of the Wisconsin filmmaking...
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
The State Of Déjá vu
In 2002 and '03, huge budget deficits in most municipalities and states had many film commissions throughout the country coping with less funding and in some cases facing the possibility of being shut down. Fast forward to today and while fiscal shortfalls remain prevalent, film offices seem to...
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
Event Planning
It's definitely a panel discussion we'd like to see develop in time for next year's Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI) Locations Trade Show. In our coverage of the 2005 Show last month ( SHOOT , 4/22, p. 1), there was a session--sponsored in part by the AFCI prior to the start...
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
Wendy Noll-Oliveira
A small chapel in San Francisco was bursting at the seams last month with friends, family and colleagues paying their final respects to Wendy Noll-Oliveira, best known in the commercialmaking community as Wendy Noll. A noted ad agency producer, Noll was a mainstay at Young & Rubicam, first in...
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
Going North
The Association of Independent Creative Editors (AICE) Awards and Hall of Fame gala isn't until May 24 at Chelsea Piers in New York, but this year's competition has already made history with just two of its recently announced 33 nominations (see story, p. 1). The pair of nominations went to Panic...

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