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By Yasmin Nouh | August 1, 2009
Three Burbank students are getting the chance to rub shoulders with some of the entertainment industry’s top professionals during an internship at Warner Bros. this summer. Joel Newman did not expect to work with Dan Lin, executive producer of Warner Bros.’ “Terminator Salvation” during his first summer as an intern before attending UCLA. Nor did Grace Babbes expect to meet director Joseph McGinty Nichol, more commonly known as McG, who has directed films such as “Charlie’s Angels” and “Terminator Salvation.
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By Christopher Cadelago | April 15, 2009
The Burbank offices of LAgraphico and Midnight Oil Creative, sister graphic solutions companies that design and print promotional materials for movie, television, video game and retail clients, are liberally sprinkled with award-winning posters, 3-D stands, packaging and interactive content. But for a nose-pressed-against- the-vinyl perspective, the folks here recommend getting a little closer to the action — say, by flipping through Creative Director Max Cameron’s sketchbook.
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By Yasmin Nouh | August 1, 2009
Three Burbank students are getting the chance to rub shoulders with some of the entertainment industry’s top professionals during an internship at Warner Bros. this summer. Joel Newman did not expect to work with Dan Lin, executive producer of Warner Bros.’ “Terminator Salvation” during his first summer as an intern before attending UCLA. Nor did Grace Babbes expect to meet director Joseph McGinty Nichol, more commonly known as McG, who has directed films such as “Charlie’s Angels” and “Terminator Salvation.
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By Christopher Cadelago | April 15, 2009
The Burbank offices of LAgraphico and Midnight Oil Creative, sister graphic solutions companies that design and print promotional materials for movie, television, video game and retail clients, are liberally sprinkled with award-winning posters, 3-D stands, packaging and interactive content. But for a nose-pressed-against- the-vinyl perspective, the folks here recommend getting a little closer to the action — say, by flipping through Creative Director Max Cameron’s sketchbook.
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