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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.
LOS ANGELES-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...
Friday, Feb. 5, 1999
POSTPRODUCTION TALENT: Going Outside The Lines - Jean Ren Nebot's debut for United Airlines brings bleu to "Rising" skies.
Perhaps it was George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" that inspired colorist Jean Ren Nebot to color the sky a bleeding blue-like he'd melted a pastel crayon right into "Geese," part of Fallon McElligott, Minneapolis' "United Is Rising" campaign. And maybe the boy in the caf trying to launch a plane...
Friday, Feb. 5, 1999
A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Henhouse: Duck Soup Studios' 1940s-Style Cartoon Animation Proves "Foxy" For McDonald's.
A cel animation style from cartoon's Golden Age of the 1940s lends a nostalgic, offbeat charm to a Northern California McDonald's spot promoting the McChicken sandwich. The piece-entitled simply "Foxy"-plays just like a classic cartoon: A fox slides out from behind a tree to make a move on the...
Friday, Feb. 5, 1999
Fischer Edit Adds Compositor Skaja And Editor Kramer
Fischer Edit, a Minneapolis-based editorial/ visual effects company, has added compositor Scott Skaja and creative editor Randy Kramer. Skaja will operate the companys Smoke. He rounds out an effects department launched last May when Fischer Edit added Flame/visual effects artist Mark Youngren (...
Friday, Feb. 5, 1999
Back From Kamchatka: Mishler Returns To Spots After Documentary Hiatus.
PORTLAND, Ore.-Director Jeff Mishler, a Portland resident, is back in the commercial arena after a brief hiatus. Represented locally by Food Chain Films, Portland, and nationally by San Francisco production house Complete Pandemonium, Mishler spent five weeks last fall on the Kamchatka peninsula in...
Friday, Feb. 5, 1999
Routson Exits Goodby To Direct At Tool
SANTA MONICA-Tom Routson, an associate creative director at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, San Francisco, had another Super Sunday. For the second consecutive year, he directed for the agency a package of high-profile Budweiser "Lizards" spots that debuted on the Super Bowl. The work also...
Friday, Feb. 5, 1999
Lackluster Spots Equal A Not-So-Super Sunday
A SHOOT STAFF REPORT At least seven percent of those who watched this past Sunday's Super Bowl telecast came away disappointed-and they weren't necessarily Atlanta Falcons fans. According to a pre-game survey by Baltimore agency Eisner & Associates, seven percent of respondents said they...
Friday, Feb. 5, 1999
Case Nydrle To Close Up Shop
WEST HOLLYWOOD-It's case closed for Case Nydrle, the eight-month-old bicoastal shop formed by director/cameraman Peter Nydrle and executive producer Carol Case, which is shutting its doors. Nydrle will now direct spots through his long-standing Peter Nydrle Productions, West Hollywood. Launched...
Friday, Feb. 5, 1999
DGA Names Best Commercial: Director Nominees For 1998 - Amy Hill & Chris Riess; Peter Darley Miller; Rocky Morton; Tarsem; And Kinka Usher.
LOS ANGELES-The Directors Guild of America (DGA) has named its nominees for best commercial director of 1998: the team of Amy Hill & Chris Riess from Tony K., West Hollywood and London; Peter Darley Miller of Stiefel & Company, Hollywood; Rocky Morton of Morton Jankel Zander, Los Angeles;...
Friday, Feb. 5, 1999
Colorist Joe Bond Retires Amid Staff Changes At Post Perfect
NEW YORK-Veteran colorist Joe Bond retired last week after 41 years in the industry. He was employed at Post Perfect, New York, the company he co-founded in 1986. Post Perfect has also brought in some new staffers, including VP of operations Carol McCoy, editor/compositor Rob Padva and producer...

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