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Friday, Jan. 8, 1999
THD Relaunched As Black Logic
NEW YORK-Tape House Digital is relaunching itself this month under a new moniker: Black Logic. The move includes redefining the New York-based company as a creative- and design-driven firm and expanding its services to include live-action direction and production. "We want to present ourselves as a...
Friday, Jan. 8, 1999
Salamandra's From Elected AICE/East Prez
NEW YORK-Nitza From, owner/editor at New York-based editorial boutique Salamandra Images, has been elected president of the Association of Independent Commercial Editors (AICE) East Coast chapter by its board of directors, which was itself elected by the general membership at a meeting last month...
Friday, Jan. 8, 1999
Carnal Knowledge DP To Get A.S.C. Int'l. Achievement Award
LOS ANGELES-Giuseppe Rotunno, A.S.C., A.I.C., will receive the International Achievement Award from the American Society of Cinematographers at the 13th Annual A.S.C. Outstanding Achievement Awards, to be held here Feb. 21 at the Century Plaza Hotel. Over the past 40-plus years, Rotunno has worked...
Friday, Jan. 8, 1999
Salamandras From Elected AICE/East Prez
Nitza From, owner/editor at New York-based editorial boutique Salamandra Images, has been elected president of the Association of Independent Commercial Editors (AICE) East Coast chapter by its board of directors, which was itself elected by the general membership at a meeting last month...
Friday, Jan. 8, 1999
AICP/Minn. Hosts DTV Conference
Roughly 200 attendees representing advertisers, ad agencies, production companies and post houses learned about DTV and its potential impact on advertising during a Dec. 15 DTV conference hosted by the Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) Minnesota chapter. AICP estimates that...
Friday, Jan. 8, 1999
Cavanaugh Joins National Sound
National Sound has hired audio post engineer Bill Cavanaugh, who, since joining the New York-based facility, has worked on promos for PBS and Lifetime Television. At National Sound, Cavanaugh will be involved in engineering production, as well as working on promos and spots. Prior to joining...
Friday, Jan. 8, 1999
Accom Acquires Scitex; Pinnacle To Buy Truevision
MENLO PARK, Calif.-In the video-technology arena, 1998 was marked by numerous acquisitions, most notably Avid Technology's purchase of Softimage and Autodesk's announced plan to acquire Discreet Logic. As the year drew to a close, two more such announcements were made. Accom, the Menlo Park-based...
Friday, Jan. 8, 1999
Chances Are: Gidget Serenades Taco Bell - Anthropomorphic Chihuahua Fun Continues In Ongoing TBWA/Chiat/Day Campaign.
Gidget, the past year's most famous Chihuahua (and most fascinating, according to People magazine), makes another appearance in a Taco Bell spot created by TBWA/Chiat/Day, Playa del Rey, Calif. "Serenade," directed by Traktor out of bicoastal/international Partizan Midi Minuit, casts the charming...
Friday, Jan. 8, 1999
Easy Rider Revisited In Rearview Mirror: Dennis Hopper Gets A Blast From The Past In European Spot For Ford Cougar.
Director Paul Street-who made a major international splash with his 1997 Ford Puma spot, "McQueen," which incorporated footage of late actor Steve McQueen from the '68 film Bullitt-has again teamed with Young & Rubicam, London, and post/effects facility Rushes, London, to blend cinema from the...
Friday, Jan. 8, 1999
NEW YORK PRODUCTION: A Pat On The Back - An interview with Pat Swinney Kaufman, a.k.a. the commish.
Pat Swinney Kaufman became the deputy commissioner/director of the New York State Governor's Office for Motion Picture and Television Development after Republican Governor George Pataki was elected in 1995. She recently sat down with SHOOT at her office in Manhattan to discuss, among other things,...

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