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The next print Issue to be published will be SHOOT's February Issue (out 2/10)
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 Friday,    February 3
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Here's A Look At The Features Planned For The Special February Issue...

Creative, Production & Post Industry 2017 Outlook Survey:
With the New Year underway, SHOOT hears from a cross-section of leading advertising agency chief creative officers, Heads of Production & Commercial/Entertainment Production and Post company owners, partners & managing directors on their hopes and expectations for the industry in 2017 and beyond. 
Here's a look at a few of the Agency execs we'll hear from...
>Nathy Aviram, chief production officer, McCann New York
>Javier Campopianu, chief creative officer, Saatchi & Saatchi New York
>Lisa Clunie, CEO, Joan
>Susan Credle, global chief creative officer, FCB
>Lee Einhorn, associate partner/creative director, Venables Bell & Partners
>Vince Genovese, executive director of integrated production, Butler Shine Stern & Partners
>Andres Ordonez, chief creative officer, Energy BBDO
>Michael Raso, VP/executive creative director, CP+B
>Ari Weiss, chief creative officer, DDB North America
additional names to be announced​

Road to Oscar, Part 14
SHOOT continues its special 15-Part Road to Oscar series with interviews and profiles of executives and artisans involved in films generating Oscar buzz.  
Here's a look at just a few of the people we'll be hearing from this issue...
>Writer-director Kenneth Lonergan, Oscar nominee for directing and writing, for Manchester by the Sea  discusses several of his key collaborators on that film, including cinematographer Jody Lee Lipes, editor Jennifer Lame, production designer Ruth De Jong, and costume designer Melissa Toth.
>Editor Tom Cross, an Oscar nominee for film editing for La La Land and winner for Whiplash, reflects on his return engagement with La La Land's director Damien Chazelle.
>Writer Eric Heisserer reflects on his first career Oscar nomination in the Best Adapted Screenplay category for Arrival.
>Writer-director Theodore Melfi provides insight into his Best Adapted Screenplay nomination (shared with Allison Schroeder) for Hidden Figures, a Best Picture nominee.
>Cinematographer Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS--Oscar nominee for cinematography for Lion also who recently earned his first career ASC Award nomination for Lion--discusses that film and his long-time collaborative relationship with its director, Garth Davis.
>Editors Nat Sanders and Joi McMillon are first-time Oscar nominees for Moonlight. McMillon becomes the first African-American woman editor to receive an Oscar nomination.
>Production designer Guy Hendrix Dyas delves into the challenges posed by Passengers, which earned him his 2nd career Oscar nomination (the first coming for Inception in 2011.
>Additional interviews/profiles with Oscar nominees to be announced.
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Sundance Report
SHOOT connects with directors and producers whose films made a mark at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. We also delve into VR content which is fast gaining momentum at the fest.  Here's a look at a few of the people we'll be hearing from...
>Director Mark Pellington discusses his return to Sundance, this time with The Last Word starring Shirley MacLaine and Amanda Seyfried.
>The directing duo Cary & Jon (Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott) reflects on Bushwick, their second film to make the grade at Sundance (the first being "Cooties" in 2014). The action-drama Bushwick debuts in Sundance's Midnight section.
>Director Alex Ross Perry discusses Golden Exits, which marks his return to Sundance as well as his second time working with actor Jason Schwartzman, who starred in Perry's first Sundance film, "Listen Up Philip," in 2014.
>Director Drake Doremus, who won the 2011 Sundance Grand Jury Prize for "Like Crazy," is back again at Sundance,, this time with Newness. Doremus sheds light on his latest Sundance entry which reunites him with actor Nicholas Hoult who starred in the director's "Equals."
Additional names to be announced

DGA Awards
Coverage of the DGA Awards ceremony, including insights gleaned from the prior Meet the Commercial Nominees and Meet the Feature Film Nominees sessions. Figuring prominently in the mix are four first-time DGA nominees (Damien Chazelle, Barry Jenkins, Kenneth Lonergan, Denis Villeneuve) in the feature film category, with the fifth (Garth Davis) having earned a prior nomination in commercials. And this year’s field of spotmaking nominees includes a pair of first-timers (Derek Cianfrance of RadicalMedia, AG Rojas of Park Pictures).
ASC Awards
A look at this year’s ASC Award winners spanning film and television. In the feature lineup, four of the five nominees are first-timers: Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS for “Lion”; James Laxton for “Moonlight”; Linus Sandgren, FSF for “La La Land”; and Bradford Young, ASC for “Arrival.” Rodrigo Prieto, ASC, AMC, who rounds out the field, saw “Silence” earn him his third career ASC nomination.
Super Bowl
Ad highlights from the Big Game, including an overview of the field which touches upon the average cost of a :30 timeslot, and the agency creative and production talent behind the most successful spots on Super Sunday.
Chat Room Interview: 
Mandy Walker, ASC, ACS, discusses her approach to lensing Hidden Figures and her collaborative relationship with director/writer Theodore Melfi.
Hot Locations Column:
Film commission, lensing and incentive developments impacting feature, TV, commercial, music video, short film and interactive production.
Advertising Deadlines
Final Space Reservations:      Wednes., February 1       
AD PDF File Deadline:            Friday,    February 3
AD PDF File Final Extension:  Monday, February 6

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