321 Fast Draw studio is currently working on unique animations for two high profile sporting events: A 2.5-minute segment for Fox TV’s Super Bowl’s Pre-Game Show this Sunday and a 60-second continuing segment for the NBA’s new show, “NBA Countdown,” t
Utopic editor Kat Pryor recently cut the short film “Parallels” for Cramer-Krasselt/Porsche Motor Sports. It features Major League pitcher C. J. Wilson (L.A.Angels, Texas Rangers) narrating the dual dream he’s had since a young boy of becoming both a professional b
Schafer Condon Carter’s (SCC) officially launched its “ala carte content creation studio,” MAKE247, offering video, animation, motion graphics and photography to brands that seek specialized multi-platform, social media content.
THE DGA RATIFIED its new collective bargaining agreements with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) by an overwhelming membership vote.
“Our major gains in SVOD residuals, together with our improvements in wages and pensions,
One at Optimus director Duncan Wolfe is packing up his Washington, D.C. apartment after a 14-month gig at the Obama White House and will head for Los Angeles as his base for the next phase of his filmmaking/social media career.
“And I’m looking forward to the positive effect of sunshine,” adds the St. Louis native about his move to
Music industry veteran Sean McDonough has joined concert promoter / producer FM Entertainment of Logan Square as a national talent buyer/producer.
Founded in 2006 by Frank Mastalerz, FM Entertainment promotes and produces concerts in 18 venues throughout the Midwest, includin
Final Cut, the London-headquartered post house with branches in New York and Los Angeles, is launching its Chicago office Thursday, Jan. 26 at a party expected to be well attended by the advertising community.
Hosting the party will be executive producers Sarah Roebuck, from LA and Eric McCasline f
Six of John Hughes’ iconic teen films are coming back to life, literally, at The Shermer Club: A John Hughes Fest, which also is recreating scenes that were part of the original film.
The upcoming June 22-25 celebration of all things Hughes will take place at the John and Nancy Hughes Theatre at the