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Friday, Jan. 28, 2000
FLASHBACK
January 28, 1995/Bruce Hurwit, a creative group head/art director for four years at Cliff Freeman & Partners, New York, left the agency to direct commercials for bicoastal Crossroads Films....Director/cameraman Ken Morrison joined bicoastal Harmony Pictures for spot representation in New York,...
Friday, Jan. 28, 2000
SPECIAL REPORT: ANIMATION_
Say you're searching for the right animation house to produce a commercial. You can do things the old fashioned way, calling reps, requesting 3/4" reels, or you can surf through dozens of corporate Web sites, reviewing their rosters and recent credits via QuickTime and Flash software. In the...
Friday, Jan. 28, 2000
SPECIAL REPORT: ANIMATION_ Animated Cravings
During the annual Academy Awards broadcast, television viewers get a rare and tantalizing look at animated short films, filled with lush imagery and grown-up storylines that are a far cry from standard American TV fare. Ron Diamond, the founder of Acme Filmworks, Hollywood, gets more than a glimpse...
Friday, Jan. 28, 2000
BULLETIN BOARD
Jan. 29-Feb. 3/Key West, Fla.: ITS: The Association of Imaging Technology and Sound's 13th Annual President's Retreat at the Hilton Key West. Nancy Zern, (703) 319-0800; fax: (703) 319-1120; nancyzern@erols.com .... - Feb. 3/New York: Commercial Accounting Software Demonstrations. (917) 305-8309;...
Friday, Jan. 28, 2000
YOUR SHOT: Invincible Youthfulness
Don't ever grow old." I heard this nearly 50 years ago, when the promotion director of Time magazine was admiring the youthful charm of an illustration I had done. "Fat chance!" I thought at the time. But a half century later I can firmly reply, "Not to worry!" I have come to learn, as much from...
Friday, Jan. 28, 2000
SPOT.COM.MENTARY : Runaway Portfolio
The commercial community has received some encouraging news relative to anti-runaway production bills on both the national and state level. A proposed federal wage tax credit-originally thought to cover features and TV/cable programs-would also apply to certain spots (see lead story, p. 1) if...
Friday, Jan. 28, 2000
SPECIAL REPORT: ANIMATION: Animated Cravings
During the annual Academy Awards broadcast, television viewers get a rare and tantalizing look at animated short films, filled with lush imagery and grown-up storylines that are a far cry from standard American TV fare. Ron Diamond, the founder of Acme Filmworks, Hollywood, gets more than a glimpse...
Friday, Jan. 28, 2000
SPECIAL REPORT: ANIMATION: Friendly Toons
I've seen other companies and they sort of have the same answer, whether it's a car, a lawn mower or a piece of cheese," says Bob Kurtz, referring to the way some animators approach assignments. "I try to change my ideas every time we come to a new project. I say, 'Let's not repeat ourselves. What...
Friday, Jan. 28, 2000
SPECIAL REPORT: ANIMATION: Animate.com
Say you're searching for the right animation house to produce a commercial. You can do things the old fashioned way, calling reps, requesting 3/4" reels, or you can surf through dozens of corporate Web sites, reviewing their rosters and recent credits via QuickTime and Flash software. In the...
Friday, Jan. 21, 2000
SPECIAL REPORT: CREATIVE DIRECTORS/MIDWEST: Field Of Ideas, A look at creative directors in the Midwest.
Creative ideas coming out of the Midwest continue to dispel the notion that ad campaigns originating out of middle America are middle of the road. While once noted as merely the place where packaged goods were the stock in trade, Midwestern agencies today are at the forefront of cutting-edge...

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