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The next print Issue to be published will be SHOOT's October/November Issue (out 10/28)
Advertising Deadlines:
Space Reservations:               contact SHOOT for space availability
AD PDF File Final Deadline:  Monday, October 24
This issue will have bonus distribution at the following events:
   >Visual Effects Society (VES) Summit: Oct. 29, Beverly Hills
  >ICG Energing Cinematographer Awards - Oct. 30, NYC 
  >ICG Emerging Cinematographer Awards - Nov. 13, Atlanta
  >Hollywood Professional Alliance (HPA) Awards - Nov. 17, Los Angeles

We are pleased to offer special discount Ad Rates for this issue.  Please Click Here to request rates.
We are pleased to offer the following Bonus SHOOT>e.dition banners with your print Ad...
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 10/28 SHOOT>e.dition (value: 375.)

                Place a 1/2 page or larger Ad & get space for a 180-x150 Banners on the 10/28, 10/31 special Directors>e.dition and the 11/4 SHOOT>e.ditions (three banners value: $1,125.)
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Here's A Look At The Features Planned For The October/November Issue Issue...

Leading Directors Profiles:
SHOOT talks to some of today's leading Commercial and Feature directors for their perspectives on recent wok and much more.
We'll hear from:

  • Garth Davis, a DGA Award Commercial Director of the Year nominee in 2010, reflects on his feature directorial debut, "Lion," which is already generating Oscar buzz this awards season.
  • Alma Har'el who launched the Free The Bid initiative to open up more opportunities for women commercial directors.
  • Kirsten Johnson, a documentary cinematographer and director, makes a high-profile directorial imprint with the acclaimed doc "Cameraperson"
  • David Mackenzie who sheds light on his critically acclaimed "Hell or High Water
  • Ted Melfi, a veteran commercialmaker, wraps "Hidden Figures," his 2nd feature after making an auspicious movie debut with "St. Vincent."
  • Jeff Nichols discusses Oscar contender "Loving" and his Olympics foray into commercials
  • Luke Scott, an accomplished spotmaker who in recent years has helped to define original movie marketing shorts, reflects on "Morgan," which marks his feature directorial debut

Up-And-Coming Directors
A look at some under the radar emerging directors.  While it's a long-time tradition not to reveal the names until the issue is published,
we can tell you that this issue's mix includes:

  • a director with a narrative feature recognized at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, and a documentary having just debuted at the Toronto International Film Fest, now makes a concerted effort to advance his career in commercials and branded content.
  • a filmmaker who's made a mark with her work for ESPN's "30 for 30" short film series as well as an online show for She now lands her first formal production house affiliation for commercialmaking and branded content. 
  • a director best known for his TV series endeavors--which include episodes of "Broad City," "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," and "Wrecked"--breaks into commercials and branded content.
  • a director whose debut documentary debuted at this year's Sundance Film Festival lands his first production company roost for spots and branded content.  


Cinematographers & Cameras
Conversations with leading DPs shed light on their recent projects, relationship with directors and thoughts behind their camera selections.
SHOOT speaks with:

  • Paul Cameron, ASC, who shares backstory and his creative approach to the pilot of the upcoming HBO series "Westworld"
  • Elliot Davis who shot "The Birth of a Nation"
  • Giles Nuttgens who talks about his contributions to the lauded feature "Hell or High Water"
  • Adam Stone reflects of his track record of collaboration with director Jeff Nichols, their latest feature film being "Loving." Stone also recently lensed Nichols' first commercial, a P&G Olympics-themed spot which is a continuation of the successful "Proud Sponsor of Moms" campaign.​​


The Road to Oscar Prequel
An annual tradition, SHOOT kicks off its annual 15-Part Road to Oscar series with a Prequel feature setting the stage for the future installments.  We kick off with itnerviews and profiles of executives and artisans generating early Oscar buzz.  
SHOOT speaks with:

  • Editor Jake Roberts reflects on "Hell or High Water"
  • Editor Steven Rosenblum, a three-time Oscar nominee, discusses "The Birth of a Nation"
  • Editor Joe Walker, an Oscar nominee for "12 Years A Slave," talks about cutting "Arrival" directed by Denis Villeneuve.
  • Additional names to be announced

Click Here to see past Road to Oscar features
Click Here for information on SHOOT Academy Season FYC Advertising.

Visual Effects & Animation + The SHOOT Top 10 VFX & Animation Chart
The thrid 2016 3rd quarterly Top Ten VFX & Animation Chart of the year-- with backstory on the #1 Chart entry plus a look at some of the latest VFX & Animation developments.
Music & Sound + The SHOOT Top 10 Music Tracks Chart
The third 2016 quarterly Top Ten Music Tracks Chart of 2016 with backstory on the #1 Chart entry. plus news from the world of music & sound.
Sponsored Feature: VR & AR
A GREAT opportunity that includes editorial coverage + a package of digital & print marketing!
SHOOT is pleased to present our audience with the second in a series of special VR & AR sponsored features.  Based on the final line-up of sponsoring companies, will focus on key areas spanning production, creative and technical resources and services. SHOOT seeks sponsors who are leaders in the field, including production and post houses, spatial audio providers, headset manufacturers, camera-makers, storage workflow solution companies, and assorted other vendors and suppliers.  In addition to appearing in the SHOOT Oct/Nov. Issue & PDF version of the issue, the feature will also appear on SHOOT's digital platforms, The SHOOT>e.dition & SHOOT Dailies email newsletters,  SHOOT Publicity Wire and "Brand New[s]". 
Click Here to see the print version of the first in the series VR Sponsored Feature published on 8/19 that was sponsored by The Mill.
Click Here to see the digtial version of the above feature.

Sponsor Benefits:
#1. Company executive will be interviewed for the feature that will run across all digital & print platforms
#2. Print Ad in the Oct/Nov. Issue (& PDF version) inside the feature article - choice of 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, Full Page or Two page spread 4C Ad.  
#3. 300x250 Banner space on for 4 weeks from 10/28-11/28
#4. 180x150 banner space on six SHOOT>e.dition weekly email newsletters on 10/28, special Directors>e.diton on 10/31, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18 & 11/25 and on five SHOOT Dailies email newsletters on 10/31, 11/1, 12/2, 11/3 & 11/4.
#5. A PDF of the feature article for promotional use
#6. 25  copies of the Oct/Nov. Issue
#7. SHOOT Publicity Wire Release -- SHOOT will create & publish a publicity release on The SPW on 11/2 for each sponsoring company that will have excerpt from the feature article about their company. (Release will go out in the 11/2 Brand New[s] email newsletter.
Click Here for more information on the sponsored feature/marketing package
Click here for reservation form for the sponsored feature/marketing package
Chat Room Interview:
Margaret Johnson, newly named chief creative officer of Goodby Silverstein & Partners
Hot Locations Column:
Film commission, lensing and incentive developments impacting feature, TV, commercial, music video, short film and interactive production.
Advertising Deadlines
Ad PDF File Final Deadline:  10/24
Contact Roberta via email or at 203/227-1699, x13 for space availability - lock in your great spot today!
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Rates & Space Reservations: Please contact Roberta Griefer via email or 203/227-1699 x13
SHOOTonline Banner Sizes/Specs
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The SHOOT Publicity Wire
Click Here for information on the publicity wire service for the advertising, media and entertainment industries.  Purchase credits to post your publicity news releases.  Now you can post video with or without a full release!