The bitter rivalry between DDB vs. Burnett. Publicis vs. Omnicom. Keith vs. Leo, for the billion dollar prize, brought to us by McDonald’s, with a cast of bleary-eyed creatives caught in between, has ended.
The winner, as we all know, is Omnicom and DDB, meaning for the first time in 35 years everything on the menu is going to be
Executive producer/writer Blake Anthony of Blake Anthony Inc. is in the process of purchasing a Utah-based distribution company that will combine production and distribution exclusively for black, Latino and Asian-made indie films.
The feature getting rave reviews as it makes the festival rounds is a notable first for both writer / director Ned Crowley, more famously known as McGarryBowen’s US chief creative director, and Cutters’ senior partner/editor
Thanks to NBC, Fox TV, Amazon and other TV shows, features, and the large number of media and entertainment projects filming here, Chicago is ascending into the rarified strata of billion dollar film markets.
In just the span of five years, actually since the advent of Cinespace Studios in 2011, Chicago ha
The Mill Chicago continues to expand its local staff with the addition of a creative director originally from the Mill London and a senior producer and bolster it with three promotions.
The new creative director is Jay Bandlish, originally from the Mill London and Cameron Spencer, who’s enjoyed a 15-year career as a visual effects supervisor. Since arriving in Chicago he’s worke
Thirty years ago last January, the 1985 Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka was carried off the New Orleans Superdome turf after the Bears demolished the New England Patriots, 46-10, in Super Bowl XX on Jan. 26, 1986.
Now a feature-length doc brings that memorable victory back to life. “’85 Bears: The Greatest
Top level corporate executive Morgan Flatley, Chief Marketing Officer, PepsiCo Global Nutrition Group and SVP/ Global Grains, was named the 2016 Chicago Advertising Woman of the Year by the Chicago Advertising Federation.
The honor went to an adv