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The next print Issue to be published will be SHOOT's May/June Issue (out 5/20)
Space Reservations: Tuesday, May 12
Ad PDF File Due: Friday, May 13
AD PDF File Final Extension: Monday, May 16
We are pleased to offer special discount Ad Rates for this issue.
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Bonus Distribution: SHOOT's Directors/Producers Forum & 14th Annual New Directors Showcase, basecamp area of the AICP events, PGA Produced By L.A., Cine Gear Expo & Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity.
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Bonus #1: PDF version of your Ad will appear with live link to your site in PDF version of the issue that will be posted on SHOOTonline for readers to view/download.
Bonus #2: Place a 1/4 or 1/3 page Ad & get space for a 180x150 Banner on the 5/20 SHOOT>e.dition (value: 375.)
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Here's A Look At The Features Planned For The May/June Issue...
SHOOT New Directors Showcase: Directors Profiles
Q & A's with the approimately 32 directors who make the final cut for this year's New Directors Showcase. The directors are selected based on their submissions to this year's SHOOT New Directors Search that was conducted from Jan-March.
If you represent or have worked with a director in the Showcase, taking out an Ad to Congratulate them is a great way to not only bring more attention to them but to your company. This is an issue that will be kept around to be referred to throughout the year and also has fantastic bonus distribution so it will be seen by a great variety of commercial and entertainment decision-makers at those events (see bonus distribution below.)
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The issue presents an ideal opportunity for all prodution companies to promote their own up-and-coming and leading directors!
SHOOT kicks off this year's annual 15-Part Road to Emmy series that will run across all SHOOT digital and print Platforms. The series will continue weekly through the Creative Arts and Primetime Emmy Awards. Along the way we'll have profiles and interviews with the executives and artisans behind the programs generating Emmy buzz plus of course nomination and awards coverage.
In Part 1 we'll hear from....
Lesli Linka Glatter, director, "Homeland" (Showtime). Glatter's honors include four Emmy nominations, a PGA nomination as well as six DGA nominations and two wins for her work on "Homeland" and "Mad Men".
Carl Franklin, director, who earned his first Emmy nomination for “House of Cards” in 2014, is again in the running this awards season for his work on two HBO series: “Vinyl” and “The Leftovers.”
Mike Cahill, director, who directed the first two episodes of "The Path," discusses working with Hulu, the delicate balance required by the dramatic series' storyline, and his additional duties as the exec producer of the debut episode.
Yaron Orback, cinematographer, whose credits include 11 episodes in season two of “Orange is the New Black,” reflects on lensing the first season of Hulu’s “The Path,” for which he shot all 10 episodes.
Nelson Cragg, cinematographer, discusses lensing FX’s “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.” Cragg’s filmography includes the “Beirut Is Back” episode of “Homeland” which in 2013 landed him an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series.
Jeff Russo, composer, sheds light on scoring the latest season of FX’s “Fargo.” Russo earned an Emmy nomination for his work on “The Crocodile’s Dilemma,” an episode from season one of “Fargo.”
Joe Alexander, president of the Film Lions jury, and chief creative officer of The Martin Agency
Brent Choi, chief creative officer, NY and Canada, for J. Walter Thompson. Choi is a judge on the Cyber Lions jury
Teddy Lynn, chief creative officer, content & social, Ogilvy & Mather
Rob Reilly, president of the Promo & Activation Lions jury, and global creative chairman of McCann Worldgroup
Josh Rabinowitz, president of the inaugural Entertainment Lions for Music jury, and EVP/director of music, Grey Group
Additional names to be announced
Producers Survey Feature: Advice for up-and-coming directors & producers
We'll hear from some very talented Production company heads, Ad agency Heads of Production and Entertainment production executives who share some advice for new directors and up-and-coming producers - timed to coincide with SHOOT's upcoming Directors/Producers Forum & 14th Annual New Directors Showcase Event.
Here's a look at a few of the Ad Agency execs, we'll hear from:
Brett Alexander, sr. VP/executive producer, The Martin Agency
Peter Bassett, director of digital production, David&Goliath
Matt Bonin, chief production officer, Ogilvy & Mather
Hilary Coate, EP, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners
Kate Hildebrandt, VP director of Content Production, CP+B
Bryan Litman, executive broadcast producer, Droga5
Rowley Samuel, EVP, Head of Production, Energy BBDO
Amy Wertheimer, group executive producer, SVP, BBDO New York
Wesley ter Haar, founder of MediaMonks, is inaugural president of the Digital Craft jury at the upcoming Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity. He reflects on the launch of the Digital Craft competition at Cannes, which he was instrumental in instigating, and shares his hopes for what the jury will accomplish.
Film commission, lensing and incentive developments impacting feature, TV, commercial, music video, short film and interactive production.
Sponsored profiles will be published across all of SHOOT's print and digital formats including SHOOT MAgazine & PDF version, SHOOTonline.com, The SHOOT>e.dition & SHOOT Dailies email newsletters, SHOOT Publicity Wire and "Brand New[s]". Marketing package includes having sr. exec interviewed for the feature, print & banner ads, SPW publicity release, reprint and copies of issue.
>SHOOT Directors/Producers Forum & 14th Annual New Directors Showcase Event
>Basecamp area of the AICP events
>Producers Guild "Produced By" Los Angeles Event
>Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity
Space Reservations: May 11
Ad PDF File Due: May 13
Ad PDF File Final Extension: May 16
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