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Thursday, Oct. 26, 2023
CAPE Crusader--Opening Up Opportunities in Animation
CAPE (Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment), a non-profit organization creating opportunities and driving success for Asian and Pacific Islanders in Hollywood for over 30 years, has announced the return of the CAPE Animation Directors Accelerator with Kevin Noel, SVP, creative, Sony...
Friday, Aug. 11, 2023
A Bespoke Curriculum For BIPOC Representation
A+E Networks has unveiled a career training program that will further opportunity and BIPOC representation in the industry and underscores the media group’s commitment to DEI initiatives. The Career Accelerator from A+E Factual Studios, launched in collaboration with Reel Works and their MediaMKRS...
Friday, Jun. 16, 2023
Film Independent's Documentary Lab
Uncovering and providing opportunities for new talent has been a SHOOT staple in terms of its news coverage, our ongoing ScreenWork focus which includes The Best Work You May Never See gallery, and of course our annual New Directors Showcase at the DGA Theatre in NYC. In that spirit, we try to...
Friday, Jun. 9, 2023
A Timely Op-Ed
Many people are talking about how to create and support a thriving, equitable industry; How to promote a diverse, happy workplace, and how to get the best creative possible from partners and the strongest collaborations from vendors. In our business, agencies and clients increasingly ask to work...
Wednesday, Mar. 29, 2023
The Real Cost of Royalty-Free Music
This is an informational viewpoint for advertisers and agencies from the Association of Music Producers (AMP). We live in an era of endless music resources. As new terminology appears and old terminology becomes reframed, it is more important than ever to define exactly what rights are being...
Friday, Mar. 10, 2023
The Next Generation--Communication and Training Interns
An intern wanders the halls of a facility, bright eyed and ready to learn. Hoping to witness professionals working together. Seeking projects that teach them the skills needed to excel at their craft. Looking for a chance to prove themselves to the staff and clients. But today, in this post-...
Friday, Feb. 24, 2023
Sundance 2023: New Energy and Shifting Directions
After a two-year hiatus from an in-person Sundance Film Festival, returning to Park City to partake in the winter entertainment festival I had been attending since 2005 was an endeavor I approached with both excitement and trepidation. While significant deals and buzzed premieres of all kinds are...
Friday, Jan. 6, 2023
"12 Angry Men" Makes Case For "Women Talking"
“Let’s talk about Women Talking !” That was part of the pitch for a virtual press conference last month to promote Women Talking (MGM Studios), a film directed by Sarah Polley who penned the adapted screenplay based on the novel by Miriam Toews. Women Talking introduces us to the women of an...
Friday, Nov. 11, 2022
Work & Next Level Leadership
Work takes up a lot of our lives. The number of hours we clock in, but also all the moments—good and bad—that we carry with us after the laptop closes. So many of those moments have little or nothing to do with our job titles, our companies, or our industries—they are about how we are treated by...
Friday, Aug. 5, 2022
Honey, we’re having twins! (Or, the metaverse of things)
“I so much like to hear the singing of things…” Rainer Maria Rilke, 1921 A new fixation of mine is the accelerated need for digital twinning, ushered in by the untethered space of the metaverse. I recall the production import of CAD files in early configurator work for VW.com back in the mid-2000s...