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Friday, Jan. 21, 2000
Director Oliver Stone is shooting a three-spot Heineken campaign via Bates China Limited, Hong Kong, for the Asian market. Production is being done through Shooting Stars Productions, New York....Feature director Barry Sonnenfeld is being marketed for commercial work by bicoastal Straw Dogs, which...
Friday, Jan. 14, 2000
Director Spike Jonze will be staying put at bicoastal/international Satellite, where his most recent spot endeavors include Nike's "Morning After," a tongue-in-cheek take on a Y2K catastrophe scenario, out of Wieden & Kennedy, Portland, Ore. His feature film, Being John Malkovich, tied with...
Friday, Jan. 7, 2000
Venice, Calif.-headquartered commercial production house Cucoloris Films has entered into an alliance with DoRo, a longstanding music video company in Berlin. The deal gives DoRo—which also maintains Berlin-based clips shop Department M—a stateside foothold while Cucoloris gains the infrastructure...
Friday, Dec. 17, 1999
Director Bob Richardson is joining bicoastal Tool of North America….Chris Hafner has entered into an agreement to direct music videos via Culver City, Calif.-headquartered 8Media. Hafner, who will also be available to helm select commercials, continues as a spots/clips editor at Brass Knuckles,...
Friday, Dec. 10, 1999
A Band Apart Commercials, Los Angeles, has filed a petition in Los Angeles Superior Court against director Nico Beyer, alleging breach of contract. As earlier reported, Beyer's U.S. representation had been the subject of a dispute between A Band Apart and New York-based Compass Films (SHOOT, 10/1/...
Friday, Dec. 3, 1999
Director Lloyd Stein has joined bicoastal Headquarters. Stein comes over from bicoastal Epoch Films, where he spent the past year. Prior to that, he was at bicoastal/international Propaganda Films….Access Film, a bicoastal house headed by executive producers Jonathan Gilson and Alan Pierce, has...
Friday, Nov. 26, 1999
Luke Thornton and Liz Silver, co-founders of bicoastal The End, resigned from the company last week. Silver was president of The End and Thornton served as its executive producer. The End is a subsidiary of public company Harmony Holdings Inc., whose majority owner is the publicly traded,...
Friday, Nov. 19, 1999
Trail Head, the Santa Monica-based production/post house, is shifting its primary focus to the post arena, building around resident editor Patrick Fraser. Two of Trail Head's production mainstays have left the company: executive producer Gary Buonanno, who has returned to freelancing as a producer/...
Friday, Nov. 12, 1999
What effect will the change in SAG's leadership have on next year's negotiations for a new spot contract with actors? That query is being bandied about in commercialmaking circles. Last week, veteran actor William Daniels upset incumbent Richard Masur in the election for SAG president. Daniels ran...
Friday, Nov. 5, 1999
Word is that director Gore Verbinski of bicoastal/international Propaganda Films, and the British co-directing team known as Hammer + Tongs, last with bicoastal U Ground, are joining 8Media, the Culver City, Calif.-based production venture launched by former Propaganda chairman/cofounder Steve...