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The issue covers the work of top-notch editors' work on commercials. Also featured: mobile production and production companies in the Southeastern United States.
Santa Claus hitches Qualcom’s Snap the dragon to his sleigh for a turbo-charged ride, the Aflac duck finally gets motivated in his physical therapy, homeowners act on the “Let’s Do This” home improvement message from The Home Depot, a young woman learns the secret to escaping the zombie horde (Hint: It pays to steal a truck with a Sears DieHard battery.) and stylists from The Voice show how to get the look by shopping at Kohl’s in this gallery of commercial editors’ Hot Spots.
Once again, we shine our Spotlight on the South, a region that continues to grow in terms of film and television production, animation, commercial production, and ancillary services for our industry.
Recently, while watching the bonus material on my Blu-ray copy of Star Trek Into Darkness, it struck me how lucky we are to have the opportunity to see how our favorite movies are made.
W. C. Fields reportedly said, “Never work with animals or children. They’ll upstage you every time.” That wasn’t the situation with a recent documentary by Josh Greenbaum titled, The Short Game.
You don’t see many television commercials for museums aiming to connect you to the institution’s mission to discover, interpret and disseminate knowledge about human cultures, the natural world and the universe.