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The Road to Emmy, Part 13
SHOOT continues its 16-part “The Road To Emmy" series which takes a look at what programs and artisans are nominated for an Emmy Award.  We connect with artisans spanning directors, showrunners, producers, cinematographers, editors, composers, sound designers, production designers and more.  Among the nominees sharing insights:
--Eric Kripke, creator/showrunner of The Boys (Amazon Prime), which earned five Emmy nominations this season, including for Outstanding Drama Series.
--Director Declan Lowney who received an Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series nomination for Ted Lasso (Apple TV+), one of the 20 nods earned by the show, including for Outstanding Comedy Series.
--Amy E. Duddleston, ACE who this year scored two Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing noms for the "Miss Lady Hawk Herself" and "Fathers" episodes of Mare of Easttown (HBO), which garnered a total of 16 nominations including for Outstanding Limited Series.
--Director/cinematographer Steve James and cinematographer Jackson James discuss City So Real (National Geographic), the docuseries which received a pair of nods--in the Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series and Outstanding Cinematography for a Nonfiction Program categories.
--Production designer Will Hughes-Jones reflects on Bridgerton (Netflix), his nomination being one of a dozen garnered by the show, including for Outstanding Drama Series.
--Editor Heather Persons secured her first Emmy nomination for The Flight Attendant (HBO Max), which tallied a total of nine nominations, including for Outstanding Comedy Series.
--Additional nominees to be announced

Cinematographers & Cameras
SHOOT catches up with leading cinematographers who share insights into recent work, collaboration with directors and camera choices. 
--Alice Brooks reflects on lensing Lin-Manuel Miranda's  In the Heights (Warner Bros.) for director Jon M. Chu
--Autumn Durald Arkapaw discusses the feature film approach she, director Kate Herron and Marvel brought to the Disney+ series Loki.
--Alan Jacobsen takes us on a high seas adventure in The Loneliest Whale: The Search For 52 (Bleecker Street), a documentary executive produced by Leondardo Decaprio and Adrian Grenier.

SHOOT Annual Midyear Production & Post Industry Report Card
SHOOT surveys leading Ad Agency and Production industry execs who discuss the year to date and a look ahead to gain perspectives on how the industry is returning to production and post and insights into the “new normal.” 
Among the respondents are:
Vedia Ayaz, SVP, entertainment marketing & design, Known
Jessie Brihn
, director of film & content production, Droga5
Ali Brown, president/executive producer, PRETTYBIRD
Dalia Burde, founder/ executive producer, Avocados and Coconuts
Joe Calabrese, EVP, director of integrated production, Deutsch NY
Hilary Coate, head of integrated production, Venables Bell & Partners
Lisa Effress, managing partner, 11 Dollar Bill
Nicole Ellingson, creative director, Quigley-Simpson
Thibaut Estellon
, founder/EP, REVERSE
Jason Gaboriau, chief creative officer, Doner
Bonnie Goldfarb
, co-founder/EP, harvest films
Chris Graves, chief creative officer, Team One
Gabe Hajiani, head of creation & content, DNA
Suzanne Keen, creative director, Zambezi
Andrew Loevenguth, head of integrated production, Cartwright
Lola Lott, principal/CEO, charlieuniformtango
Josh Mandel, CEO, The Mill
John McKelvey, founder/chief creative officer, Mirimar Creative Group
Lisa Mehling, president/owner, Chelsea Pictures
Nicole Michels McDonagh, group creative director, BSSP
Tim Pries
, co-founder/EP, Where the Buffalo Roam
Steve Red
, president & co-chief creative officer, Red Tettemer O'Connell + Partners
Elena Robinson, head of production, OKRP
Mel Senecal, director of integrated production, Mojo Supermarket
Lisa Setten
, SVP/executive director of integrated production, MullenLowe U.S.
Matt Steinwald, SVP, executive creative director, Engine
Danielle Tarris, head of production, CP+B
Hughes William Thompson, founder/director, PANOPTICA
Andrew Watts
, partner/executive creative director, Watts Media
Todd Wiseman Jr., co-founder, creative director, Hayden5

The Art Of Craft
--Nathy Aviram, recently named chief production officer for Craft North America while continuing to serve as chief production officer of McCann North America, and Simon Sikorski, who earlier this year was promoted by McCann Worldgroup to global COO of  Craft, discuss the state of production, lessons learned from the pandemic and the vision moving head for Craft, the Interpublic division that delivers creative content production solutions and services--from ideation to execution--for brands.   

The Road to Emmy, Parts 1-11: Emmy Nominee Recap
Having interviewed many artisans during the Parts 1-11 installments of the Series who went on to become Emmy nominees, we take this opportunity to shine a spotlight on them again. They are:
>Nominated directors: MJ Delaney and Zach Braff, both nominated for "Ted Lasso" (Apple TV+), Susanna Fogel for "The Flight Attendant" (HBO Max), Matt Shakman for "Wandavision" (Disney+), Craig Zobel for "Mare of Easttown" (HBO)
>Nominated cinematographers: James Laxton for "The Underground Railroad" (Amazon), Jeffrey Jur, ASC for "Bridgerton" (Netflix)
>Nominated editors: Greg Finton, ACE & Lindsay Utz, ACE, for "Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry" (Apple TV+), Michelle Tesoro, ACE for "The Queen's Gambit" (Netflix)
>Nominated production designers: Elisabeth Williams, "The Handmaid's Tale" (Hulu), Anne Seibel, "Emily in Paris" (Netflix), John P. Goldsmith, "Perry Mason" (HBO), Sara K. White, "The Flight Attendant" (HBO Max)
>Music: Kris Bowers, composer, "Bridgerton" (Netflix)
>Outstanding Comedy Series: Sam Zvibleman, co-creator, director, EP, "Pen15" (Hulu)
>Outstanding Drama Series: Ken Olin, director/EP, "This Is Us" (NBC)

Chat Room
Writer-director Sian Heder, whose feature film CODA (which will be released theatrically, and make its streaming debut--on Apple TV+ in August) won the Dramatic Grand Jury Prize, Audience and Best Directing Awards this year at Sundance, is diversifying into the ad arena, connecting with Independent Media for representation. This awards season she also earned a Film Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best New Scripted Series on the strength of Little America for which she serves as an executive producer. Heder is also a three-time Writers Guild Award nominee for Orange Is the new Black, a show on which she was a co-producer.

Hot Locations Column
The latest Film Commissions and filming incentives news

Toolbox Column
Technology/equipment news

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