Kiwi AWARD pickings slightly slimmer in visual categories

  • Advertising
  • February 13, 2011
  • StopPress Team
Kiwi AWARD pickings slightly slimmer in visual categories

Following a fairly good showing from the Kiwi agencies in the last batch of AWARD finalists, only Colenso BBDO, DDB, TBWA\, Clemenger BBDO and Tourism New Zealand made the cut in the film and video categories. Behold the finalists.

Television Commercials, individual - 30 seconds

Thirst Is Creepy - Masseuse, Frucor- Fresh Up, Colenso BBDO

Thirst Is Creepy- Shoe Shop, Frucor- Fresh Up, Colenso BBDO

Television Commercials, individual - over 30 seconds

Lucky Dog, New Zealand Lotteries, DDB New Zealand

Television Commercials, campaign - less than 30 seconds

Thirst Is Creepy (Masseuse,  Shoe Shop, Tailor), Frucor- Fresh Up, Colenso BBDO

Television Commercials, campaign - over 30 seconds or of different lengths

2degrees launch (9c Text, Chinwag, Globehead, Pillowfight, Launch), 2degrees mobile, TBWA\Tequila New Zealand

Community service & charity, individual - any length

Earth Hour - Ads in the Dark (McDonald's, Fatso, Instant Kiwi), WWF, Clemenger BBDO New Zealand

Branded content, individual - any length

All Blacks "Papier Mache", adidas, TBWA\Tequila New Zealand

Branded content, campaign - Any length. Including short films, documentaries and television series

MTV's Guide to New Zealand (Scribe, The Mint Chicks, Liam Finn), Tourism New Zealand, MTV Networks Australia.

All Blacks (Paper Mache, Door Drop, Knitting), adidas, TBWA\Tequila New Zealand

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  • Media
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