Wednesday, November 14, 2007


DDB Sydney has won Gold in the Public Service category at the London International Awards for NAPCAN
  • Children See, Children Do TVC
  • , a multiple award winner which is the #17 most awarded TV commercial in the world in 2007, according to the recently published Gunn Report.
    Leo Burnett Sydney walked off with three silvers for Craft, one for the McDonalds “See Things” spot and two for the Johnnie Walker “Invisible Man” commercial.
    The Furnace, Sydney also won silver for the Slazenger' Mushroom Cloud' print ad.
    Filmgraphics won silver (for visual direction) for National Breast Cancer Council “Finding Changes” and Plaza Films won silver (for humour) for the Carlton Draught “Flashbeer” spot via George Patterson Y&R, Melbourne.
    DDB National Creative Director Matt Eastwood says: “The campaign is incredibly powerful and, importantly, feels like it can make a real difference to the significant social problems it addresses. It’s most certainly a campaign we can be proud of. We’re absolutely stoked that it’s won so many awards and to add the London International Award is just incredible.”
    Dove "Evolution", written, art directed and directed by Aussie expat Tim Piper, via Ogilvy & Mather Toronto, won both the Digital Best of Show and TV Best of Show, repeating its performance at Cannes in June.


    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    good onya, boys.

    11:20 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I bet you guys are waiting with bated breath for the Mobius results.


    10:36 PM  
    Blogger AFabian said...

    charlie when i grow up i wanna be just like you!!!!


    11:53 PM  

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