- Friday, May. 29, 2015
As the Emmy® awards season shifts into into high gear, here's a handy, continually updated, free resource to stay on top of all the deadlines, events, nominations, and winners. SHOOT's Events Bulletin Board keeps pace with the latest motion picture, TV, and commercial production industry awards shows information indexing contact reference information, dates & deadlines, persons, studios, and companies short-listed, nominated, and winners.
SHOOT delivers the latest awards coverage for shows, winners, short-listers, and FYC to the motion picture production segments of the entertainment, TV, & commercial production industries including all the event dates, deadlines, contact info, and abstracts with hyperlinks to news & facts coverage for shows, noms, winners, short-listers, etc.
The "SHOOT® Awards Shows Listings and related content," a complete list of award shows, deadlines, and show contact information, for motion picture industry reference is always available @ IndustryEvents.SHOOTonline.com.
Motion picture industry Awards Shows, for Film, TV, and commercial production, included in SHOOT's Events Bulletin Board (majors listed below) are not alone. There's also Confabs (Exposition & Conference), Conferences, Education (seminar, class), Film Festivals, Party | Celebrations, and Screening: (Use the SHOOT links below to filter events by Awards Show & see all info & SHOOT related posts for that particular show.) View all current listings here
GOLDEN TRAILER AWARDS
GOTHAM INDEPENDENT AWARDS
As a service to our readers, The SHOOT Awards Shows Organizer makes sense, because behind every scene is a production crew that follows SHOOTonline and subscribes to SHOOT Magazine. SHOOT's audience includes motion picture artisans such as directors (members of DGA, AMPAS, TTA), producers (members of PGA, AMPAS, AICP, TTA), cinematographers (members of ASC, ICG, AMPAS, TTA), screenwriters (members of WGA, AMPAS, TTA), art directors (members ADG, TTA), editors (members of ACE, MPEG, AMPAS, AICE, TTA), VFX Animators (members of VES, AMPAS, TTA), musicians & audio talent (members IBT, RMA, CAS, AMP, AMPAS, TTA), set director (member SDSA), talent in the Casting department (members of CSA, AMPAS, TTA), locations scouts (members of AFCI, LMGA, TTA), warobe & makeup talent (members MAHS, AMPAS, TTA), legal & accounting departments, studio management, owners and agents (members AMPAS, TTA), and of course, the PR talent (some members AMPAS, ICG, TTA). All of whom have their own Award Shows.
To bring better understanding to the various guilds and acadamys members deciding how to vote this year, SHOOT's Annual "The Road To Emmy" and “The Road To Oscar” series puts the spotlight on the producers, directors, documentarians, cinematographers, editors, production designers, visual effects supervisors, composers and other artisans in the running during Emmy and Academcy season awards shows.
Spotting Emmy Winners
SHOOT's 2014 Road To Emmy series featured interviews with assorted Emmy® contenders, many of whom ended up with nominations and a significant number who became Emmy winners. On the latter score, among those in SHOOT's Road To Emmy coverage were:
► Colin Bucksey who won for Outstanding Directing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special on the strength of the “Buridan’s Ass” episode of Fargo (FX Networks)
► Gail Mancuso who became the first woman director to win an Emmy two consecutive years, the more recent being for the “Vegas” episode of Modern Family (ABC)
► DP Neville Kidd who topped the category Outstanding Cinematography for a Miniseries or Movie on the strength of the “His Last Vow” episode of the miniseries Sherlock (part of PBS’ Masterpiece presentation)
► The team behind the lauded Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey series (Fox and NatGeo), including creator/writer Ann Druyan and director/executive producer Brannon Braga
► Editor William Turo who cut the “Tit Punch” episode of Orange is the New Black (Netflix) which earned an for Emmy Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series
► Editors Pedro Kos, Christopher De la Torre and Mohamed E. Manasterly whose work on the documentary The Square won the Emmy in the Outstanding Picture Editing for Nonfiction Programming category
► Erik Henry, part of a team which won the Emmy for Outstanding Special and Visual Effects in a Supporting Role for the “I” episode of the series Black Sails (Starz).
Who will be among the 2015 winners?
According to SHOOT's Editors, while there will be many other shows and programs that will be generating Emmy buzz throughout the series, some sure to be talked about include...
From ABC: “Blackish,” “How to Get Away with Murder,” “Modern Family;" From Amazon: “Transparent;” From AMC: “Better Call Saul,” “Mad Men;” From CBS: “The Big Bang Theory;” “The Good Wife;” From Cinemax: “The Knick;" From Fox: “Last Man on Earth,” “Empire,” “Gotham;” From FX Networks: “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” “Louis,” “The Americans,” “The Comedians;" From HBO: “Bessie,” “Game of Thrones,” “Olive Kitteridge,” “Silicon Valley,” “Veep;” From History: “Texas Rising;” From IFC: “Portlandia;" From Lifetime: “Grace of Monaco;” From National Geographic: “Killing Jesus;” From NBC: “Parks and Recreation;” From Netflix: “Bloodline,” “Derek: The Final Chapter,” “Grace and Frankie,” “House of Cards,” “Orange is the New Black;” From PBS: “Downton Abbey;” From Showtime: “Homeland;” From Starz: “Black Sails,” “Outlander,” “The Missing;” From Sundance: “The Honorable Woman;”
SHOOT editors will be profiling and interviewing executives and artisans behind some of the shows above plus many others from May-August this year.
SHOOT® is a vital place to be during awards season!
With the film industry awards season heating up and the Sundance & Slamdance Film Fests, and Award Shows in high gear, SHOOT readers will be looking forward to our continued preview and wrap-up coverage of all the major award shows. In addition, SHOOT's five-part "Road to Oscar" series continues through the February 15 issue with previews and predictions about films generating Oscar buzz with insights from select directors,cinematographers and other artisans involved in many of them.
With close deadlines and fast turnaround, SHOOT's marketing options include print and banner advertising, publicity release exposure and custom email blast promotion.
A few weeks in advance of each issue's advertising deadline, information regarding the issue can be found at www.shootonline.com/go/upcomingissues
The SHOOT Publicity Wire Service (SPW)
Create Instant BUZZ! The SHOOT® Publicity Wire (SPW) is the best place to post your release to amp up the "BUZZ" among the motion picture industries' movers and shakers and beyond. SPW offers guaranteed release publication and exposure via: instant press alerts service; digital feeds to Twitter®, Facebook®, and RSS; placement on SHOOT opt-in ePublications Brand New[s] (daily & weekly) and The SHOOT® >e.dition. SHOOTonline.com® homepage placement; search engine optimization (SEO); video uploading & hosting on the SPW Channel™ for video player embed into releases and/or external social, viral and customer site sharing use; and permanent placement, archiving and indexing in SHOOTonline's "Industry Database of Record." Information on the service can be found at www.shootonline.com/go/publicitywire. Follow SPW on twitter.
About SHOOT Magazine SHOOT® Magazine is the leading publication for commercial, branded content and entertainment production covering news, trends, great new work and the people behind the work. SHOOT Magazine is edited for creative, production & postproduction executives and artisans at agencies, studios, production / post / vfx / animation /music & sound companies; TV, cable, online & mobile networks and brand marketers. Through its "News" and "ScreenWork" sections, "Columns" and in-depth "Features", each issue publishes timely news, relevant information and a behind-the-scenes look at the best new work and profiles/interviews with industry news makers. In addition, SHOOT reports on the latest cinematography, post & editing technology and equipment. If the work involves advertising and entertainment motion picture content that consumers view on a screen---a TV screen, Cinema screen, Computer screen, Mobile screen or Game screen, SHOOT is searching out who's doing the most innovative work and what's coming next. For further information please visit www.shootonline.com.® Follow SHOOT on twitter.
Information from this SHOOT Publicity Wire release may be redistributed in part or in whole by members of the media, bloggers, and cinema, TV, entertainment, film, commercial, online video production and post,celebrity fan sites.
© 2015 DCA Business Media LLC. All rights reserved. SHOOT and SHOOTonline are registered trademarks of DCA Business Media LLC. All referenced product names, and other marks, are trademarks of their respective owners.
SHOOT Magazine / SHOOTonline
Contact Roberta via email
203/227-1699, ext 13
SHOOT Magazine / SHOOTonline
Contact Bob via email