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The next print Issue to be published will be SHOOT's March/April Issue (out 3/24)
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Here's a look at some of what's coming up in the special March/April Issue...

Leading Directors Profiles
Leading Directors share recent experiences and work. Here's a look at a few of the directors we'll hear from....
>Niki Caro--who directed Oscar-nominated performances by Keisha Castle-Hughes ("Whale Rider"), Charlize Theron and Frances McDormand (both for "North Country")--talks about her latest feature, "The Zookeeper's Wife," and her key collaborators on that film.
>Derek Cianfrance, who recently won the DGA Award as Best Commercial Director of the Year, discusses his feature filmmaking career as well as his ad endeavors at RadicalMedia.
>Henrik Hansen of RSA Films reflects on the latest chapter in his ad career which shows a diversification into notable people profile fare to go with his continued visual, at times visceral, excellence.
>Marc Forster, whose feature credits include "Monster's Ball" and the DGA Award-nominated "Finding Neverland," shares insights into his ambitious Walmart spot which debuted during the recent Oscars telecast.
>Jim Jenkins of O Positive reflects on lessons learned from live television, specifically his Snickers ad starring Adam Driver on this year’s Super Bowl.
>James Mangold, whose commercial roost is Aero Film, discusses "Logan," the acclaimed feature which breaks new character-driven ground for the superhero film genre.
>Reed Morano of Pulse Films, who made a major splash last year with an online film for Saatchi & Saatchi--“How Do You See Me?”--marking World Down Syndrome Day, diversifies her career further with the first three episodes of Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” starring Elizabeth Moss.
>Cole Webley of Sanctuary Content shares insights into his much talked about 84 Lumber spot/online film for the Super Bowl.

Up And Coming Directors
SHOOT's tradition of searching for talented emerging directors to bring to our readers attention continues in this issue.  While we don't announce the names of the directors until the issue is published, here's some info on the promising filmmakers in the SHOOT Spring Collection...
>A duo who recently made a major mark at Sundance, and have secured representation in the commercialmaking/branded content arena.
>A sibling team whose spec work has landed them representation at a shop within the RSA family of companies.
>A director who directed and co-created an online branded series that has propelled his ad/filmmaking career.
>Two directors who are part of the recently launched Commercial Directors Diversity Program, an AICP/DGA industry initiative.

Cinematographers & Cameras
SHOOT connects with notable cinematographers on their latest work, including...
>Simon Niblett who lensed the cinematic documentary “The Eagle Huntress” which has earned assorted accolades, including a DGA Award nomination for Otto Bell, a BAFTA Film Award nomination, three Critics’ Choice Documentary Award nods, and recognition as one of the Top Five Documentaries of 2016 from the U.S. National Board of Review.
>John Mathieson, BSC, an Oscar nominee for "Gladiator" and "The Phantom of the Opera," reflects on lensing director James Mangold's "Logan."
>Nelson Cragg, an Emmy nominee for "People v. O.J. Simpson" and "Homeland," sheds light on this lensing of Ryan Murphy's "Feud: Bette and Joan."

Festival Circuit
Directorial perspectives on work breaking at SXSW and Tribeca, including:
>Amir Bar-Lev, whose spotmaking/branded content home is Chelsea Pictures, discusses his Grateful Dead documentary "Long Strange Trip," exec produced by Martin Scorsese, and which has made its mark at this year's Sundance and SXSW festivals.
>The directorial duo of Moorhead & Benson, who are with commercial/content house brother, reflect on their return to the Tribeca Film Festival, with "The Endless," one of 10 films selected for the U.S. Narrative Competition.
Chat Room
>Toby Oliver, ACS, discusses his cinematography on "Get Out," which marks the lauded directorial debut of Jordan Peele.
Top Ten Music Tracks Chart
The first Quarter 2017 Top Ten Music Tracks Chart
Top Ten Visual Effects & Animation Chart
The first Quarter 2017 Top Ten Visual Effects & Animation Chart
Hot Locations Column:
Film commission, lensing and incentive developments impacting feature, TV, commercial, music video, short film and interactive production.
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