July 2004
Millimeter;Jul2004, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p56
Trade Publication
Highlights several events in the film production and visual effects industry in the United States. AICP Shot: The Art and Technique of the American Television Commercial in New York; 10th annual Los Angeles Film Festival in California; Naming of Chanda Dancy as winner of the Associated Production Music/Young Musicians Foundation Film and Television Music Business Fellowship. INSETS: AICP SHOW;L.A. FILM FEST;APM/YMF FELLOWSHIP.


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