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Friday, Jan. 15, 1999
"Gift Exchange"
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. And in the case of "Gift Exchange," a :30 for the Oregon Lottery out of Moffatt/Rosenthal, Portland, Ore., an office worker hopes his colleagues turn out to be beholders superficial enough to judge a book by its cover-or, more accurately, a gift by its wrapping...
Friday, Jan. 15, 1999
Steven Ramser Launches Shop In Association With The End: Unscented Becomes Company Satellite.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.-Director Steven Ramser-who's worked under his own Unscented banner (in association with bicoastal production support services firm Johnson Burnett Productions) for the past several months after departing Los Angeles-based Morton Jankel Zander-has now formally made Unscented a...
Friday, Jan. 15, 1999
Amazon Adds Editor Taradash
CHICAGO-Amazon, a Chicago-based creative editorial shop, has hired editor Scott Taradash. He comes over after 15 months at post house Optimus, Chicago. Taradash began his career with an eight-year stay at Chicago post house Cutters Inc., where he initially served as an assistant before moving into...
Friday, Jan. 15, 1999
Jane Stuart Relinquishes Duties As Cabana Prez
NEW YORK-Jane Stuart and Louis Siracusano, CEO of Northvale, N.J.-headquartered Video Services Corp. (VSC), have agreed that Stuart will relinquish her duties as president of Cabana, a New York-based, VSC-owned editorial shop. Siracusano said Cabana operations manager David Cooper would temporarily...
Friday, Jan. 15, 1999
Silicon Graphics Inc. Enters: The NT Workstation Market
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.-At press time, Silicon Graphics Inc., an industry leader in UNIX-based workstations for digital content creation, was unveiling its much-anticipated Windows NT-based visual workstations, marking the company's first foray into the NT workstation market. The Mountain View-...
Friday, Jan. 15, 1999
First Edition Grows Team; Announces Promotions: Editors Howie And Matthew Lazarus Join Co.
NEW YORK-First Edition, New York, has announced several new hires, as well as some promotions. Joining its creative editorial team are Howie Lazarus and his son Matthew, both previously editors at Take Five Editorial, New York, a boutique founded in the mid-1960s by Howie and now-retired editor...
Friday, Jan. 15, 1999
Dir. Terry Heller Links With DNA
HOLLYWOOD-David Naylor & Associates (DNA), a Hollywood-based commercial/music video house, has added Terry Heller to its directorial roster. Heller, best known for his clips work, had most recently been represented by bicoastal/international Propaganda Films. Prior to his six-month stint at...
Friday, Jan. 15, 1999
Visual Effects Society Explores Methods To Simplify Business: Will Examine Need To Create Visual Efx Bid Form.
SHERMAN OAKS, Calif.-The visual effects industry may be driven by creative people, but, according to Tom Atkin, executive director of the Sherman Oaks-based Visual Effects Society (VES), it still must operate as a business. So as part of VES' 1999 agenda, Atkin said the group would explore ways to...
Friday, Jan. 15, 1999
Coppos Films Signs Director Steve Suchman: Prodn. Designer's Spec Reel Piques Co. Interest.
LOS ANGELES-Bicoastal Coppos Films wasn't looking to sign a new director-until executive producers Allison Nunn and Bill Bratkowski saw Steve Suchman's spec reel. "We all felt it was one of the better spec reels that any of us, including our sales reps, had seen in a long time," said Nunn. Coppos...
Friday, Jan. 15, 1999
Dir. Carolyn Coal Joins Headquarters: Gold Clio-Winning Spotmaker Has Short Film Set For Sundance.
SANTA MONICA-Director Carolyn Coal-who last year won a Gold Clio in the student category for "It's Claire," a poignant AIDS Awareness Durex condoms commercial she conceptualized, produced and helmed at Art Center College of Design, Pasadena-has joined bicoastal Headquarters for exclusive spot...

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