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The next print Issue to be published will be SHOOT's August/Sept Issue Issue (out 8/18)
Advertising Deadlines:
Space Reservations:                Tuesday, August 8    
AD PDF File Deadline:           
  Friday,    August 11
AD PDF File Final Extension:   Monday, August 14
We are pleased to offer special discount Ad Rates for this issue.  Please Click Here to request rates & for space reservations.
And, here are two special bonuses...
Bonus #1:

  • PDF version of your Ad will appear with live link to your site in the PDF version of the issue that will be posted on SHOOTonline on 8/18 for readers to view/download.

Bonus #2:

  • Place a 1/4 or 1/3 page Ad & get space for a 180x150 Banner on the 8/18 SHOOT>e.dition email newsletter that goes to 28,000 opt-in subscribers (value:  $375.)
  • Place a 1/2 page or larger Ad & get space for a 180-x150 Banners on the 8/18, special 8/25 New Directors Showcase>e.dition and 9/1 SHOOT>e.dition email newsletters (three banners value: $1,125.)
  • Place a Full Page Ad & get space for a 180x150 Banner on the 8/18, 8/25 & 9/1 SHOOT>e.dition email newsletters PLUS a 300x250 Banner on SHOOTonline.com for 2 weeks: 8/18-9/1 (value: $2,175.)

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Here's a look at some of what's coming up in the August/September Issue...

The Road to Emmy, Part 14
SHOOT continues its Road to Emmy Series with a special feature which will delve into the backstories, creative challenges and collaborative relationships experienced by notable Emmy nominees, including directors, producers, showrunners, cinematographers, editors, production designers and other artisans.
Among those sharing insights will be:
--Reed Morano, who scored nominations in both the Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series and the Outstanding Cinematography for a Single Camera Series (Half-Hour) categories. The former came for her direction of "Offred," the pilot for "The Handmaid's Tale" (Hulu). And Morano's cinematography nod was earned on the strength of the pilot for "Divorce" (HBO).
--Matt and Ross Duffer, aka the Duffer brothers, creators of "Stranger Things" (Neflix), which is up for Outstanding Drama Series. The Duffers are also nominated for Outstanding Directing as well as Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series.
--Paul Cameron, ASC, an Oustanding Cinematography For a Single-Camera Series (One Hour) nominee on the strength of "Westworld" (HBO)
--Jay Cassidy, ACE, who's earned his first career Emmy nomination for editing the pilot for "The Night Of" (HBO). Cassidy is a three-time Oscar nominee for Best Achievement in Film Editing for "Into the Wlld," "Silver Linings Playbook" and "American Hustle"
--Tomasso Ortino, a production designer whose work on "Mozart In The Jungle" (Amazon) has garnered him his first career Emmy Award nomination.
--Additonal names to be announced
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Mid-year Report Card
Commercial and Entertainment production and post executives speak out on the state of the industry, key creative and business trends, and provide a look ahead for the rest of the year.
Among the ad agency creative/producer respondents will be:
--Craig Allen, head of integrated production, Venables Bell & Partners
--Jeff Benjamin, partner/executive creative director, Barton F. Graf
--James Bray, executive creative director, Arnold Worldwide
--Javier Campopiano, chief creative officer, Saatchi & Saatchi NY
--Alastair Green, executive creative director, Team One
--Kate Hildebrant, director of video production, CP+B
--Diane Jackson, chief production officer, DDB Chicago
--Tom Murphy, co-chief creative officer, McCann NY
--Christopher Neff, sr. director of innovation, the community
--Bobby Pearce, chief creative officer, David&Goliath
--Additonal names to be announced
 
SHOOT Quarterly Top Ten Music Tracks Chart + Music Notes
The next 2017 Top Ten Music Tracks Chart with a look behind the scenes of the Number 1 Entry.
Plus...Music Notes column covers the latest developments in the Music & Sound scene.
 
SHOOT Quarterly Top Ten VFX & Animation Chart + VFX/Animation Developments
The next 2017 Top Ten VFX & Animation Chart with a look behind the scenes of the Number 1 Entry.
Plus...VFX & Animation column covers news and info from this industry segment.
 
Cinematographers & Cameras
Profiles of several leading film, TV & commercial DPs who provide insights into recent work, the directors they collaborated with and the cameras they utilized. The mix of cinematographers includes a current Emmy nominee, and two DPs who each debuted a feature at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
--Gary Baum, a Best Cinematography Emmy winner in 2015 for "Mike & Molly." Baum this year earned his eighth career nomination, this time for his work on "Superior Donuts" (CBS)
--Christian Berger, AAC, reflects on his continuing collaboration with director Michael Haneke, which most recently yielded "Happy End," a feature which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.  Berger's lensing of Haneke's "The White Ribbon" earned him the ASC Award as well as a Best Cinematography Oscar nomintaion in 2010.
--Frankie DeMarco, a 3-time Best Cinematography Film Independent Spirit Award nominee (for "Habit," "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," and "All Is Lost"), discusses his latest movie, "How to Talk to Girls at Parties," which debuted at this year's Cannes Film Festival. DeMarco also shares insights into his longstanding collaborative relationship with that film's director, John Cameron Mitchell.
 
Chat Room
John Leverence, sr. VP of awards for the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, provides an entertainment industry perspective on this year's field of Emmy-nominated commercials.
 
Hot Locations Column:
Film commission, lensing and incentive developments impacting feature, TV, commercial, music video, short film and interactive production.
 
Advertising Deadlines
Space Reservations:             Tuesday, August 8
AD PDF File Deadline:          Friday, August 11
Ad PDF File Final Extension:  Monday, August 14
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SHOOTonline Banner Sizes/Specs
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The SHOOT Publicity Wire
Click Here for information on the publicity wire service for the advertising, media and entertainment industries.  Purchase credits to post your publicity news releases.  Now you can post video with or without a full release!