After a 14 year absence, Panavision cameras has come back to Chicago in a big way — thanks to the current flow of television and film activity — after an absence of 14 years, when in 2002 it packed up its local operation and headed back to Los Angeles.
The Chicago-headquartered AICP / Midwest has elected new officers and board beginning Oct 1 for a two-year term, with Mark Androw of STORY reelected for a third term as president.
AICP / Midwest is one of seven regional chapters. Its membership consists of 22 General Member and 24 Associate Member com
A 30-SECOND CUBS SPOT, “Fly the W,” created by Chicago Cubs’ agency Schafer Carter Condon (SCC) featuring the narration of injured Cubs catcher Kyle Schwarber, was designed to get fans excited about the Cubs’ National Division Series play
The Midwest’s premiere screening event — DePaul School of Cinematic Arts’ annual Courier 12 Screenwriting Conference — Oct. 8 at its Loop campus, is an afternoon of panel discussions with the entertainment industry’s writers and producers, free and open to all.
Project Development kicks off the panels at 1 p.m., discussed by Brian Banks, Nickelodeon’s
The next 10 days will be especially exciting for talent agent Marisa Paonessa. She will be making two consecutive weekend trips to New York to celebrate the TV and film premieres of two of her agency’s talent.
She will attend the Oct. 1 premiere of “Saturday Night Live’s” 42nd season, in which her client, improv artist and sketch performer, Alex Mo
THE CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL calls it a once in a lifetime event Oct. 15 when actress Geraldine Chaplin — the daughter of Charlie Chaplin, who started his illustrious film career in Chicago in 1915, and
When then-10 year old Khali Spraggins read for a part in one of Vera J. Brooks’ productions last year, Brooks was so impressed by her natural acting talent that she a wrote and produced a webseries starring her.
For client El Camino Hospital serving the South San Francisco Bay Area’s highly competitive healthcare market for for more than 50 years, Laughlin Constable created a new integrated campaign that redefines what it means to be a community hospital.