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Friday, Jan. 14, 2000
AICP, Teamsters Local 399 Finalize Amended Contract
The Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) and Studio Transportation Drivers Local 399 of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters have reached an agreement that resolves disputed areas relative to gang bosses and motorhome drivers. The agreement incorporates new language and...
Friday, Jan. 14, 2000
Radium Adds Whitehead, Rivard And Holmes
Radium, a San Francisco-headquartered digital studio, has expanded its presence in Southern California, moving its satellite shop into new, larger Santa Monica digs, and hiring head of production Jonathan Whitehead and visual effects artist Christine Rivard. The company has also brought on board...
Friday, Jan. 14, 2000
Hungry For Prime Time
Hungry Man has moved another step closer to prime time series television. The bicoastal/international firm, which is known for producing offbeat comic spots, is making three pilots in a similar vein via its TV division. With two pilots in the works at FOX Television, and a third underway at the WB...
Friday, Jan. 14, 2000
Gordon Joins Asche & Spencer
Asche & Spencer, a music/sound design house with bases in Minneapolis and Venice, has hired "Seoor Amor"-a.k.a. Mark Gordon-as its West Coast-based executive producer. Gordon will replace executive producer Hugh Barton, who has announced plans to depart the company and launch his own firm...
Friday, Jan. 14, 2000
Cucoloris Films And DoRo Form Strategic Alliance
Cucoloris Films-the Venice-based commercial production house headed by partners/executive producers Linda Stewart and Bernie Wesson, and partner/director Danny Ducovny-has entered into a strategic alliance with DoRo, a European company active in music videos, concert films, television programs and...
Friday, Jan. 14, 2000
Big Game Spot Anthology
Now that the big 2000 is here, one would think the lists would stop. Not a chance. The need to anthologize, categorize and analyze continues with the latest compendium screening at The Museum of Television & Radio (MT&R), New York, entitled Super Bowl: Super Showcase For Commercials...
Friday, Jan. 14, 2000
YOUR SHOT: The Future Of Animation
Things are getting easier as we approach the new millennium for animation production. Today's digital compositing systems, married with digital editing systems, make the optical days seem cumbersome and archaic. Those of us who have been around a while know that studio-based digital systems only...
Friday, Jan. 14, 2000
SPOT.COM.MENTARY : Louvre Of Art
Benz's "Artists" took best of show honors at the International Automotive Advertising Awards in Royal Oak, Mich. (see story, p. 1). Revealing the faces of art visionaries on a Mercedes assembly line, the spot itself is an artistic tour de force. Ironically, it was also the last Mercedes ad done by...
Friday, Jan. 14, 2000
SPECIAL REPORT: NEW YORK PRODUCTION - Second Time Around
Every bright idea seems to spawn a sequel, and "Making a Digital Movie: Intensive Visual Effects Production," a training course offered at New York University's Center for Advanced Digital Applications (CADA), is no exception. CADA's digital filmmaking program, announced a little more than five...
Friday, Jan. 14, 2000
SPECIAL REPORT: NEW YORK PRODUCTION: At Your Service
There was a time, not long ago, when shooting in New York City was such a hassle that production companies and agencies took their business elsewhere. Now, with union problems a thing of the past and the city eager to facilitate production, business is booming. Among the beneficiaries are...

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