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Friday, Feb. 12, 1999
Firehouse Goes Off- Road For Toys 'R Us
CLIENT Toys 'R Us/Nikko/Deceptor. PRODUCTION CO. Firehouse Films, Mamaroneck, N.Y. John Sturner, director; Peter Barrow, DP; Phil Mohtares, executive producer; Mike Alfieri, producer. Shot on location. AGENCY The Kaplan Thaler Group, New York. Linda Kaplan Thaler, creative director; Lisa Bifulco,...
Friday, Feb. 12, 1999
Blue Sky VIFX Toys Around At Target
CLIENT Dayton-Hudson Co./Target Stores. PRODUCTION CO. Blue Sky VIFX, Harrison, N.Y. Carlos Saldanha, director/animation director; Manfred Reiff, DP; Nina Rappaport, executive producer; Nina Sloan, line producer, live action; Diana Aretino, production manager, live action; Carol Laufer, producer;...
Friday, Feb. 12, 1999
Radium Walks On The Moon For CIBC
CLIENT CIBC World Markets. PRODUCTION CO. Complete Pandemonium, San Francisco. Richard Kizu-Blair, director; Don Smith, DP; Stelio Kitrilakis, executive producer; Chris Whitney, producer. Shot on location. AGENCY Brouillard Communications, New York. Malcolm End, creative director; George Noszagh,...
Friday, Feb. 12, 1999
Linsman, Ocean Park Have Fun In A Honda
CLIENT Honda Regional Marketing. PRODUCTION CO. Ocean Park Pictures, Venice, Calif. Bill Linsman, director; Jon Mentzer, DP; Tim Goldberg, executive producer; Deb McClune, production manager. Shot at South Bay Studios, Long Beach, Calif., and on location. AGENCY RP alpha, Santa Monica. Jon...
Friday, Feb. 12, 1999
AGENCY PRODUCERS/WINTER EDITION: Know It All Hairball - Ground Zero's Corey Bartha shares his "Knowledge."
It looks like a giant tennis ball, only shaggier. Perhaps it's just your average overgrown hairball, four feet tall with leathery feet. One thing's for certain, it probably knows more about sports than John Madden. No, it's not your kid brother. It's Knowledge, a character created by Marina del Rey...
Friday, Feb. 12, 1999
MUSIC NOTES
Admusic, Burbank, Calif., scored Nike's "Tribute," a salute to Michael Jordan, for Wieden & Kennedy, Portland, Ore. The :60, which is comprised of a series of stills featuring Jordan throughout his extraordinary basketball career, and ending with a photo of Jordan as a young boy, features a...
Friday, Feb. 12, 1999
FILM COMMISSIONS/LOCATIONS 99: U.S. Film Commission Concept Gains Momentum - Will Again Be Discussed At Locations 99.
Some six years ago during ShowBiz Expo East, a group of state film commissions began floating the idea of forming a U.S. film commission. They contended that such a body was needed to help retain film and video production that is being lost to other nations, many of which have their own federal...
Friday, Feb. 12, 1999
FILM COMMISSIONS/LOCATIONS 99: AFCI Locations 99 Extends Global Reach - 33 Countries To Be Represented At 14th Annual Film Commissioners Trade Show.
The Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI) has broadened the global scope of its upcoming Locations 99 trade show, not only in terms of exhibitors but also on the seminar front. At press time, the 14th annual AFCI event had lined up in excess of 330 exhibitors representing locations...
Friday, Feb. 12, 1999
Chillin' With Zero Degrees Kelvin: Former Cab Driver/Bohemian Artist Switches From Canvas To Computers.
Jonathan Herbert's decision in 1995 to re-name his New York-based computer animation company Zero Degrees Kelvin may be puzzling to some people. After all, what does zero degrees Kelvin, the absolute lower limit of temperature, have to do with computer animation? "Animation, even though it's in...
Friday, Feb. 12, 1999
Best Commercial Dir. Of '98; DGA Nominees Reflect On The Honor: Spotmakers Shed Light On Their Selection Of Entries Submitted For Judges' Consideration.
LOS ANGELES-For director Kinka Usher, the timing couldn't have been better. The noted spotmaker was in his 67th shoot day on Universal's The Mystery Men, his feature directorial debut, when word came last week that he had been nominated by the Directors Guild of America (DGA) for its Best...

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