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  • Mark Medernach

    Inside View: DUCK Studios

    DUCK opened 41 years ago as the animation studio Duck Soup. It rebranded as DUCK Studios, an animation/design studio creating commercials, music videos,
  • Making Commercials: Episodic Advertising

    “Daybreak” is a five-episode commercial for AT&T. Each episode averages 10 minutes, making the entire commercial 50 minutes long. Created by BBDO of New
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    From The Editor: Film is dead. Long live film.

    Is it time to stop referring to movies as “films”? This is a question I’ve been pondering since June, when I read that movie studios will cease producing
  • For an episode set during a blizzard, the Bones crew covered their two-block set with snow.

    Making TV: Putting Flesh on the Bones

    Bones is a murder mystery/comedy/drama starring Emily Deschanel as the brilliant and socially awkward Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan and David Boreanaz as
  • Stage 2 entrance at Second Line Stages in New Orleans.

    Setting the (Sound)stages

    Soundstages. Some states have one; some have more. But some states don’t have any, so producers who want to work in those locales may find a properly sized
  • A pensive Sheriff Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor) on location in the middle of New Mexico's Pecos wilderness for Longmire. Photo: Warner Bros. Television Entertainment/Ursula Coyote©2012 WBEI. All rights reserved.

    Cowboys, Mobsters, and Concierge Doctors

    Four states that are popular destinations for location production are showing different sides to episodic television audiences. Often thought of for its
  • Director Jeff Bednarz captured the story of the community – in their own words – in Take Me To The Water.

    Eye on Independent Film

    With a strong emphasis on characters and storytelling, indie filmmakers create heart-felt documentaries, narrative shorts and features that impact