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Friday, Mar. 23, 2007
Indian Dream Team And Vaughn Wedeen Combine On Landmark, Targeted DWI Awareness Campaign
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson has made the fight against DWI (driving while intoxicated) in tribal communities a centerpiece of his administration because Native Americans die at a two to three times higher rate due to DWI than any other ethnicity. In one of his initiatives, Richardson appointed...
Friday, Mar. 23, 2007
Cinematography Chatter
Before Hollywood's award season drew to a close, the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) held numerous events including its annual Outstanding Achievement Awards, all of which attracted many leading feature cinematographers--some of whom also shoot television commercials. They came out to...
Friday, Mar. 23, 2007
Legalease
As advertising agencies and production companies continue to get into the business of producing branded entertainment and other content that doesn't fall within the traditional definition of "advertising," they are faced with the challenge of adapting their businesses to meet the demands of these...
Friday, Mar. 9, 2007
Breathe Editor Michael Schwartz Helps Capture Supermodel's Beautiful, Worthwhile Cause
Michael Schwartz, an editor at Breathe Editing in New York, is a sucker for good causes, so he jumped at the opportunity to team up with supermodel and tsunami survivor Petra Nemcova to document the progress her charity Happy Hearts Fund has made over the past two years in the nations ravaged by...
Friday, Mar. 9, 2007
Creative Focus: Battling Ad Schizophrenia
For Juan Oubinña, group creative director at Grupo Gallegos , Long Beach, Calif., making too great a distinction between U.S. Hispanic and so-called mainstream English-language advertising can be a costly mistake. "You don't want a schizophrenic brand that has one personality in the English-...
Friday, Mar. 9, 2007
Editing & Post: Finding A Def Ear
With nearly 30 years as an editor--and the last eight months as the executive director of the Association of Independent Creative Editors (AICE) --under his belt, Burke Moody reflects on his latter capacity as the organization heads into a time of industry change for which it hopes to help navigate...
Friday, Feb. 23, 2007
Seeking Deja Vu: N.Y. Looks To Fuel Spot Business
For Alan Suna, co-owner of Long Island City-headquartered Silvercup Studios , a New York stage facility mainstay, the success of the TV series pilot filming season bodes well for spot production in the Big Apple. Just as the upsurge in film and TV lensing, including pilots, has increased...
Friday, Feb. 23, 2007
Music & Sound: Maximizing Music
These days it seems like most commercials have some kind of licensed track in them. And while music house compositions are still a strong part of the mix, agency producers believe that the interest in the licensing of songs--in many cases from unknown indie bands--will be a growth area this year...
Friday, Feb. 23, 2007
Music & Sound: From Cartography To Lobotomy
From a hair metal rock anthem accompanying a kitschy Power Rangers-like scenario to a chilling sound design tour de force capturing a deli meat slicer being deployed on a human brain--that's the curious range represented in entries number one and two which head this Winter's SHOOT Top 10 Spot...
Friday, Feb. 23, 2007
Music & Sound: SHOOT's Top 10 Spot Tracks Chart
View the spots and learn more about the companies and people behind the great range of music, sound design and audio post represented in the selections for this winter's SHOOT Top 10 Spot Tracks Chart. Title Music/Sound Audio Post Agency Production 1 Garmin's "Maposaurus " Musikvergnuegen ,...

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