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Director Profiles

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Thursday, Mar. 23, 2006
Fab Five: Adam Goldstein
This spring's five directors picked by SHOOT as up and comers in the commercial world arrived from a number of different directions. Two came through MTV's "college of production knowledge," one was an agency creative, another started in the music video arena, and the fifth came from a fine arts...
Thursday, Mar. 23, 2006
Fab Five: Lena Beug
This spring's five directors picked by SHOOT as up and comers in the commercial world arrived from a number of different directions. Two came through MTV's "college of production knowledge," one was an agency creative, another started in the music video arena, and the fifth came from a fine arts...
Thursday, Mar. 23, 2006
Director Profile: Dougal Wilson
With a degree in astrophysics, a seven-year tenure as a copywriter, and spots on his directorial reel that include characters made entirely of paper, Dougal Wilson of Blink, London, and its sister shop Furlined, Los Angeles, is not your average director. Through his impressive academic pursuits at...
Thursday, Mar. 23, 2006
Director Profile: Michael Rowles
Super Bowl broadcasts are brimming with rowdy beer ads and pumped-up car commercials, but this year a quietly striking spot also debuted during the Big Game. Dove's "Little Girls," helmed by director/DP Michael Rowles of bicoastal Order, via Ogilvy & Mather, Chicago, promotes the Dove Self...
Thursday, Mar. 23, 2006
Director Profile: Jason Reitman
With the his first feature Thank You for Smoking, director Jason Reitman looks well on the way to realizing his filmmaking ambitions--to make smart, subversive movies that he can be proud of. Thank You for Smoking premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last September and was also...
Thursday, Mar. 23, 2006
Director Profile: Rocky Morton
Looking back on his recent Directors Guild of America (DGA) Award nomination for best commercial director of 2005 (his third career nomination, by the way), Rocky Morton muses that he was "in good company" with a laugh. One can certainly understand why he would see it that way. Three of the five...
Thursday, Mar. 23, 2006
Director Profile: Peter Darley Miller
Historical perspective shows not only how far director Peter Darley Miller of bicoastal/international @radical media has come, but also what hasn't changed for him over the years. Paradoxically, it's the latter--an affinity for varied forms of comedy, visual expression, self-described "risk taking...
Thursday, Mar. 23, 2006
Director Profile: Elias Merhige
Ask Elias Merhige, who has the feature films Begotten, Shadow of the Vampire and Suspect Zero to his credit, about the differences between working on a feature film and a commercial, and he will tell you there aren't any that are all that significant. "I put the same kind of care and the same kind...
Thursday, Mar. 23, 2006
Director Profile: David McNally
Bud Light's "Secret Fridge," directed by David McNally of bicoastal Villains through DDB, Chicago, earned the top slot in the 2006 USA Today Super Bowl Ad Meter ratings. But the spot caught McNally's eye even when "Secret Fridge" was only ink on paper. "When I got the boards, there was a package of...
Thursday, Mar. 23, 2006
Director Profile: Tim Godsall
Spots that promote home cleansing products and cable television services don't usually make for exciting advertising. But Tim Godsall, who directs U.S. market spots via Biscuit Filmworks, Los Angeles, manages to turn such potential channel-changers into riveting commercials. (The Canadian native...

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