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By Robert Goldrich
LOS ANGELES -- Saturday’s Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony was cause for celebration for assorted artisans, including a couple of cinematographers and production designers recently interviewed by SHOOT , a prime example being Jonathan Freeman, ASC, who won his third Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series, this time for the “Golden Days For Boys and Girls” episode of Boardwalk Empire (HBO). His prior two Emmys were also for Boardwalk Empire episodes--for “Home” in 2011 and “21”... more...

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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- “Game Of Thrones” is the Emmy Awards front-runner after winning a leading eight achievement awards. The HBO fantasy saga was honored at Saturday’s Creative Arts Emmys, the precursor to the main Sept. 20 ceremony, in categories including special visual effects and casting. FX Networks’ “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” was next with five awards. The creative Emmys also recognized guest actors for drama and comedy series, with trophies going to Reg E. Cathey for “House of Cards”; Margo... more...

P&G/Always' "#LikeAGirl" Wins Primetime Commercial Emmy Award
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LOS ANGELES -- Procter & Gamble/Always’ “LikeAGirl” directed by Lauren Greenfield of Chelsea Pictures for Leo Burnett, Toronto, Chicago and London, won the primetime commercial Emmy Award during the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony on Saturday evening (9/12) at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The Emmy win is the latest accolade bestowed upon “LikeAGirl.” Earlier in the awards season, the piece earned such honors as Grand Prix distinction at Cannes, Advertising Excellence/Single Commercial Best In... more...

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While people are more connected than ever, they are grappling with the fear of being left behind and missing out, according to new research by global marketing and communications firm Havas Worldwide . The latest issue of Havas’ Prosumer Report, “The Modern Nomad: Connect Me If You Can,” explores how our always-on world has affected the way we live, work, and think, as well as the ways brands can help people get the most out of their high-speed lives. (Prosumer Reports is a series of thought... more...

Robin Shenfield Shares Insights Into Technicolor’s Purchase Of The Mill
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VENICE, Italy (AP) -- Venezuelan director Lorenzo Vigas' powerful Caracas-set drama "From Afar" won the Venice Film Festival's top Golden Lion prize on Saturday, as filmmakers from the Americas beat established European directors for the main trophies. The runner-up Grand Jury Prize went to an American film, Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson's inventive, animated "Anomalisa." And Pablo Trapero's "El Clan" ("The Clan"), an Argentine true-crime thriller that has broken box-office records in its homeland, took the... more...

Director Ridley Scott's "The Martian" Premieres At Toronto Film Festival
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TORONTO (AP) -- "The Martian" has landed. The Ridley Scott, Matt Damon 3-D space adventure premiered Friday at the Toronto International Film Festival, where critics and audiences cheered Scott's latest venture into science fiction as a return to form for the director. "The Martian," adapted from the best-selling Andy Weir novel, stars Damon as an astronaut stranded on Mars by his crew. The film, which 20th Century Fox will release Oct. 2, is easily the biggest blockbuster premiering at Toronto, and the... more...

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TORONTO (AP) -- "What have you seen that you liked?" It's the most common question heard around the Toronto International Film Festival, and one that elicits endless variations of answers. Because of the festival's size and scope, there's no better place to get a full picture of the coming fall movie season, and often those films are ultimately headed for the Academy Awards. This year's festival, which draws to a close Sunday, has been, pleasingly, slightly less tethered to awards season predictions than usual... more...

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There's no surer way to make Johnny Depp chuckle than to cite those who call his icy performance as the Boston gangster Whitey Bulger in "Black Mass" a return to form for the actor. "My comeback!" Depp wryly exclaims, his eyes lighting up behind blue-tinted glasses. For an actor who has always delighted in head-to-toe transformation, playing the part of the rebounding superstar is not one that appeals. It doesn't suit him much, anyway; his stardom has always been predicated on the wild abandon... more...

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TORONTO (AP) -- "Mike's Happy Movie" was the working title of Michael Moore's latest documentary, "Where to Invade Next," but few would consider its examination of American ills — from runaway college tuition to mass incarceration — the stuff of bubbly, feel-good delight. Yet "Where to Invade Next," in which Moore plunders foreign (mostly European) ideas like Italy's government-mandated vacation or Portugal's decriminalized drug use to bring back home to America, has an unmistakable whiff of hope. Yes, Moore,... more...

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TORONTO (AP) -- Bryan Cranston looks no less gobsmacked the morning after Hellen Mirren, at the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of their film "Trumbo," called him "one of the greatest living American actors." "I didn't know she felt that way," Cranston says, shaking his head. "I think she must be a little under the weather." Awareness of Cranston's talent, of course, skyrocketed during the five award-winning, thoroughly addictive seasons he spent playing Walter White on "Breaking Bad." Now that... more...

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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jason Clarke was already an avid outdoorsman when he signed on to play the lead role in "Everest." He'd visited most of the national parks in North America and trekked through Chile and Argentina. He knew his way around an ice-ax and crampons. He even backpacked to Everest base camp - a staggering 17,600 feet above sea level - a few years back just for fun. But just like his less-outdoorsy colleagues, Clarke had to physically prepare for the challenges of working at extreme elevation to make... more...

Benicio del Toro Returns To Drug Wars In Denis Villeneuve's "Sicaro"
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TORONTO (AP) -- No other actor has covered all angles of the war on drugs — its tragedies, its violence, its farces — more than Benicio del Toro. It's a story that has followed the Puerto Rico-born actor from the start: One of his first credits was the 1990 NBC miniseries "Drug Wars: The Camarena Story." He's played a recovering drug addict ("21 Grams") and one not so recovering at all ("Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"). He starred as Pablo Escobar in last year's "Escobar: Paradise Lost." And the critical... more...

Pilot On Tom Cruise Film "Mena" Killed In Colombia Crash
By Joshua Goodman
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) -- A small plane assigned to the crew of a movie starring Tom Cruise crashed in the Colombian Andes on Friday, killing two people, including a Los Angeles-based film pilot, and seriously injuring a third, the country's civilian aviation authority said. An official with the aviation agency, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the matter, said Cruise was not on the aircraft. The official said an American, Alan Purwin, was killed along with the Colombian... more...

Oscar Winners Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne Return To Toronto
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By Jake Coyle, Film Writer
TORONTO (AP) -- A year ago at the Toronto International Film Festival, Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne debuted the films — "Still Alice" and "The Theory of Everything" — that would go on to land them Oscars. This year, they're both back in Toronto with the movies they were making in between award-show speeches. Their heads have stopped spinning, but their disbelief hasn't. "I don't know if I ever let it even get close enough to me that I thought it was a possibility," says Moore. "Now I look at it like: Did... more...

CBS Entertainment Chief Nina Tassler To Leave Network At Year's End
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NEW YORK (AP) -- Nina Tassler, one of the most prominent women in the television industry as CBS entertainment chairman since 2004, said Tuesday she will leave her job at the end of the year to pursue other creative interests. CBS has been the most-watched television network in prime time during virtually all of her tenure, and just last week completed the transition from David Letterman to Stephen Colbert for its late-night lineup. CBS announced Tuesday that Glenn Geller, one of her top deputies, has been... more...

Elizabeth Morse Joins FCB West As Head Of Integrated Production
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Mundo Sisters Join Biscuit Filmworks For Spots, Branded Content
LOS ANGELES -- Biscuit Filmworks has added sibling directorial duo the Mundo Sisters---Nadine Mundo and Rena Mundo Croshere--to its roster. Known for their documentary work, the Mundo sisters recently expanded into ad arena with a branded short for fashion designer Rachel Roy to promote her spring 2015 collection. The Mundo Sisters gained notice in the sports world with their 2014 short film Rowdy Ronda Rousey for ESPN Films, about the trailblazing UFC champion and her meteoric rise. Within 24 hours of its... more...

Emmy-Nominated Director Natalie Johns Joins Tröll Pictures For Spots
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LOS ANGELES -- Commercial production company Tröll Pictures has added director Natalie Johns to its roster. She is currently nominated for an Emmy in Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special for Annie Lennox: Nostalgia Live in Concert , a PBS Great Performances presentation. Additionally, Johns’ documentary I Am Thalente tied for the Audience Award (with Lilibet Foster’s Be Here Now ) honoring Best Documentary Feature Film at the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival. “For my first formal relationship with a... more...

ACNE Signs Director Kim Jacobs For U.S. Representation
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FANCY Content Signs Director Chris Shimojima
LOS ANGELES -- Chris Shimojima has joined the directorial roster of L.A. based production company FANCY Content. Prior to signing with FANCY, Shimojima was working in a variety of roles, including editing for several New York ad agencies. Before that he was on staff at the agency R/GA, where he started after graduating from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Dramatic Writing. Robert Wherry, founder and president of FANCY, said of Shimojima, “He’s a non-traditional, award-winning director. That,... more...

International Cinematographers Guild To Bestow 4 Special Awards
Recipients are Mandy Walker, ASC, ACS, Steven Tiffen, David Heuring, Bruce Sheridan
LOS ANGELES -- The International Cinematographers Guild (ICG, IATSE Local 600) has announced the recipients of special awards as part of the ICG’s Emerging Cinematographer Awards (ECA). These awards will be presented during the ECA opening event at the American Society of Cinematographers Clubhouse in Los Angeles on September 24. The 19th annual Emerging Cinematographer Awards ceremony will be held at the Directors Guild of America Theater on September 27. The Canon Award for Advancement in Digital Technology... more...

Subway Received "Serious" Complaint About Jared Fogle In 2011
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The Subway restaurant chain said Friday it received a "serious" complaint about Jared Fogle when he was the company's spokesman but that the complaint did not imply any criminal sexual activity. The company announced in a statement that it has completed an internal investigation into whether it was alerted to concerns about Fogle, who agreed last month to plead guilty to allegations he paid for sex acts with girls as young as 16 and had received child pornography. The company has severed its... more...

Attorney General Lynch: more arrests expected in FIFA corruption probe
By Graham Dunbar, Sports Writer
ZURICH (AP) -- FIFA and embattled President Sepp Blatter faced more pressure on Monday as U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch warned of new indictments in a widening investigation of corruption in international soccer. "We do anticipate pursuing additional charges against individuals and entities," Lynch said in FIFA's home city, citing unspecified new evidence gathered since the stunning May 27 arrests of seven people at a luxury hotel in Zurich. Lynch spoke at a news conference alongside her Swiss... more...

Recent Box Office Returns Reflect Audience Appetite For Diverse Content
By Lindsey Bahr, Film Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The top films at the box office over the past five weekends have included a music industry drama, a faith-based family film, and a romantic thriller. All had primarily African American casts and all at least doubled their modest budgets in their opening weekend. "Straight Outta Compton," ''War Room" and "The Perfect Guy" blew past industry expectations and made headlines in what is usually a sleepy time of the year. The films are as different as they come, but in a time when African Americans... more...

"The Perfect Guy" Tops Weekend Box Office With $26.7M
"The Visit" finishes second with an estimated $25.7M
By Lindsey Bahr, Film Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- "The Perfect Guy" and "The Visit" sailed past modest opening weekend expectations — and budgets — locking in debuts in the mid-$20 million range thanks in part to good timing and robust female turnout. "The Perfect Guy," a PG-13 rated thriller starring Sanaa Lathan and Michael Ealy, secured the first place spot with $26.7 million, according to Rentrak estimates on Sunday. The Sony/Screen Gems film cost only $12 million to produce. M. Night Shyamalan's nail-biter "The Visit," a $5 million... more...

Football Scores Nielsen Touchdown
Sport accounts for 11 of the 20 most-watched programs last week
By David Bauder, Television Writer
NEW YORK (AP) -- Television’s fall season is already in full swing — the football season. Fresh entertainment programming doesn’t begin until next week, after the Emmy Awards. Football is so dominant now that 11 of the 20 most-watched primetime programs last week were either games or shows about the games. The top non-football event in the rankings, CBS’ “60 Minutes,” is there in large measure because it comes directly after an NFL game. The Thursday night kickoff game to the NFL season, between Pittsburgh and... more...

Top Spot of the Week: W+K Amsterdam's "FIFARO" Promotes EA Sports' FIFA 16
Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam has launched a global campaign, “FIFARO,” which is an operatic ode to soccer and EA Sports’ FIFA 16 video game. The campaign kicks off with a two-minute Traktor-directed centerpiece commercial which stars soccer standouts Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero and Alex Morgan, along with special appearances by Kobe Bryant and the legendary Pele. The spot dramatizes the one-upmanship nature of football that drives players to make the game ever more beautiful, and literally sings an... more...

The Best Work You May Never See: OUIBUS' "Flush" From Paris Agency BUZZMAN
In its first collaboration with the French SNCF long distance bus traveling service OUIBUS, the agency BUZZMAN has launched a campaign that reminds us with the right dose of humor that not long ago, traveling with a bus between one town and another was not allowed in France. Fortunately not anymore. Part of a three-spot package, “Flush” tells us how at one time it was illegal in Switzerland to flush a toilet after 10 pm--which a man soon discovers when his bathroom is invaded by SWAT team-like... more...

Director Randy Krallman, Droga5 Liberate "Car Dealership Tubeman" For Scion
Droga5’s first work for Scion since winning the business earlier this year comes in the form of the “Weird, Right?” campaign highlighting the unique look and personality of the vehicles. Three spots in the campaign embrace Scion’s wonderful quality of weirdness, including an ad titled and starring the “Recently Liberated Car Dealership Tubeman” whom we see behind the wheel. It’s a good brand of “weird” in the sense that it stands for challenging convention, helping Scion break new ground at an... more...

Supply&Demand's David Holm Directs "Journey" For Commonwealth/McCann
David Holm of Supply&Demand directed Chevrolet’s “Journey,” a spot featuring kids who are avid soccer fans and earn selection as Chevrolet Mascots, which awards them with a once-in-a-lifetime trip to meet their star player idols at Old Trafford in England where Manchester United played its first home game of the season. Conceived by a creative ensemble at Commonwealth/McCann in Detroit, “Journey” follows the children from the moment they’re told they’ve been selected and sees them through... more...

Mark Nickelsburg Directs Tide's "Wedding" Spec Spot
Tinygiant director Mark Nickelsburg recently directed “Wedding,” a spec spot for Tide To Go. Imbued with a sentiment of marriage equality and a strategic misdirect in terms of storyline, the lighthearted :30 spot delivers an endearing payoff after two grooms wearily encounter a virtuous Church Lady on their wedding day. The commercial went viral after Nickelsburg posted it on his personal Facebook page, surpassing one million views in less than 24 hours. While some camps in the online community... more...

Erich Joiner Directs "The One" For Windows 10, m:united
Somewhere right now is a kid who will one day grow up and change the world for the better. That kid could be in a village in Africa or the suburbs of Chicago, could travel to another world or help to save this one. In “The One” from agency m:united, Windows 10 is positioned as an accessible tool that youngsters can tap into so that they can continue to grow and meet their full potential. Shot in Thailand, New York City, Iceland, Morocco, and Namibia, the ad features over two dozen kids doing... more...

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