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Friday, Jul. 28, 2000
Bicoastal shop Anonymous has added director Andrea Giacobbe, formerly of bicoastal/international Propaganda Films, and co-directors Brett Morgen and Nanette Burstein, who helmed the feature On The Ropes, which won the Special Jury prize at last year's Sundance Film Festival...Director/actor/writer...
Friday, Jul. 21, 2000
Director Peter Care, formerly of bicoastal/international Satellite, has joined bicoastal Bob Industries....Los Angeles-based Palomar Pictures has teamed with IFILM, also in Los Angeles, to create Palomar Showcase, a co-branded, IFILM-hosted Web site featuring Palomar-provided short films, music...
Friday, Jul. 14, 2000
Feature director Andrzej Bartkowiak (Romeo Must Die) has joined Copper Media-the Los Angeles shop launched last year by longform producer Joel Silver and veteran spot executive Mel Gragido-for spot representation. Bartkowiak first established himself as a noted feature cinematographer with such...
Friday, Jul. 7, 2000
Bicoastal production house Anonymous has signed director Mark Romanek, who comes over from bicoastal/international Satellite....Word is that director Geoffrey Barish is about to hook up with bicoastal/international Propaganda Films....After stints wih Portland, Ore.-based Wieden + Kennedy and...
Friday, Jun. 30, 2000
Lincoln Mercury has decided to stop filming commercials for its 2001 line of automobiles until the actors' strike is resolved. The move came the day after SAG and AFTRA claimed that a recent Lincoln Mercury spot smacked of racism in that it entailed use of makeup to darken the face of a white stunt...
Friday, Jun. 23, 2000
At press time, a California budget committee comprised of lawmakers from the State Assembly and Senate had approved the Film California First Program for inclusion in the 2000-'01 fiscal year budget. The program would allocate $15 million each of the next three years "to reimburse state and local...
Friday, Jun. 16, 2000
Los Angeles-headquartered Ritts/Hayden has signed U.K.-based director Enda McCallion and helmer Fritz Flieder, who is in the process of relocating to Southern California from Europe. Ritts/Hayden will rep the directors for both commercials and music videos. The company has launched a clips division...
Friday, Jun. 9, 2000
The directing duo of Chuck Bennett and Clay Williams-formerly a creative team at TBWA/Chiat/Day, Los Angeles-has landed at Crossroads Films, bicoastal and Chicago, for exclusive representationA..Director David Emery, who formerly maintained a Los Angeles-based shop-Emery-in association with...
Friday, Jun. 2, 2000
Stacy Wall, creative director at Wieden + Kennedy, New York, is set to join bicoastal/international hungry mans television divisionA.Bicoastal Go Film has added director Nick Rafter, who comes over from bicoastal/international The End.....Original Film, Los Angeles, and New York Office in Manhattan...
Friday, May. 26, 2000
At press time, the U.S. House of Representatives had approved and sent a national parks and federal lands filming bill to President Clinton, who is expected to sign the measure into law.A.Bicoastal Straw Dogs has signed director Stan Morse for commercial representation. Morse has already wrapped...