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Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2020
L.A. Dept. of Health Encourages Filmmakers To Pause Work Due To COVID-19 Surge
In light of the surge in COVID-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations--with hospital capacity being maxed to if not beyond the limit--the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH) urged filmmakers to exercise every caution in their work. For those seeking permits to film at this time,...
Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2020
"60 Minutes" Keeps On The News, Keeps Up The Ratings
One of television's hottest shows is also among its oldest. It's not the first time that's been said about "60 Minutes" since its 1968 debut. In the frenzied news year of 2020, however, the success is a tribute to both durability and adaptability. CBS' pioneering newsmagazine is consistently one of...
Monday, Dec. 28, 2020
From Zoom To VR To Quibi and TikTok, The Tech Winners & Losers Of 2020
We streamed, we Zoomed, we ordered groceries and houseplants online, we created virtual villages while navigating laptop shortages to work and learn from home. When it comes to technology, 2020 was a year like no other. Here are the year's tech winners and losers: LOSERS: — Virtual Reality As the...
Monday, Dec. 28, 2020
Words of the Year: "Pandemic" and "Pivot" Reflect An Evolving, Adapting Industry
On December 31, 2019, China reported a cluster of pneumonia cases of unknown origin to the World Health Organization. A month later, WHO declared a global health emergency. By March 11, the world found itself in what is officially the COVID-19 pandemic. Merriam-Webster and Dictionary.com this month...
Saturday, Dec. 26, 2020
Amjad Abu Alala's "You Will Die at Twenty" Becomes Sudan's 1st Oscar Entry
Nearly two years after the overthrow of autocrat Omar al-Bashir, Sudan is taking steps to rejoin the international community from which it was long shunned. That includes its film industry. For the first time in its history, Sudan has a submission for the Academy Awards. Produced by a consortium of...
Monday, Dec. 28, 2020
SHOOT Coverage That Clicked In 2020: A Rundown of The Year's 25 Most Engaging Stories
The top ten SHOOT stories that generated the most engagement (clicks to view) in 2020 included: three installments of The Road To Oscar Series spanning a DP, editor, two production designers, and assorted directors; two articles chronicling Bank of America’s mishandling of the Paycheck Protection...
Monday, Dec. 28, 2020
Pandemic, Comedy Reign In SHOOT’s Ten Most Viewed Videos Of 2020
Messages of hope and resiliency during the pandemic and outright comedy as a welcomed diversion from the global health crisis were prevalent in SHOOT ’s 10 most viewed videos of 2020 The entry generating the most looks combined the pandemic and humor--Snickers’ “First Visitors” directed by Jess...
Monday, Dec. 28, 2020
SHOOT Publicity Wire Shares The Most Viewed Entertainment Industry News Releases In 2020
The most engaging publicity news releases on the SHOOT Publicity Wire (SPW) in 2020 range from shortlisted entries for The One Show 2020 as well as The AICP Awards to finalists for the ADC 99th Annual Awards, efforts by a VFX vet to develop new Artificial Intelligence (AI) digital tools, the...
Monday, Dec. 28, 2020
SHOOT Publicity Wire's Most Viewed Videos In 2020 Inspire, Celebrate, Raise Awareness, Make Us Laugh
The most viewed videos of 2020 posted to the SHOOT Publicity Wire (SPW) span a stirring, inspirational portrait of a frontline nurse during the COVID-19 pandemic, a film celebrating the reunion of the rock band My Chemical Romance, a teaser trailer promoting an augmented reality experience that...
Thursday, Dec. 24, 2020
Patty Jenkins Helps Forge New Blockbuster Paths For Women Directors
Years ago, Chris Pine turned "Wonder Woman" down. Then Patty Jenkins came on board and suddenly without even much of a script he found himself under a kind of spell listening to her vision for the film over a hamburger in Los Angeles' Silverlake neighborhood. His no turned into a yes on the spot...

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