The Advertising & Design Club of Canada celebrated creativity and the craft last night at Directions 2016 in Toronto. We’re honoured to have worked on many of the projects that were recognized last night.
Congratulations to all the winners, with a big shout out to editor Dave De Carlo. His work on the Special Olympics Canada Campaign, “There Is No Special Treatment” won several awards last night for GREY Canada with “Sport” winning a Silver for Editing. “Sport” was directed by Untitled Films’ Hubert Davis.
GOLD – TV Public Service, Campaign “There Is No Special Treatment”
Gold – TV Public Service, Single “Pool”
Silver – Film, Editing “Sport”
Marc Langley’s projects picked up several awards for agency Rethink, plus awards for Anomaly, and GREY Canada. Langley also won a Merit for in the Film category for Editing. Way to go Marc!
Gold – Interactive Digital Installation “Global Beer Fridge” Rethink & Molson
Silver – Advertising, Experiential, Single “Rooftop Rink” Rethink & Molson
Silver – Film TV Single, 60 Seconds or More “Nic Sweat For This” Rethink & Sport Chek
Silver – Digital Integrated Campaign “Ladyballs” GREY Canada & Ovarian Cancer Canada
Merit – Film, Editing “The Chase” Anomaly & Responsible Gambling Council
Chris Parkins’ work also picked up a GOLD win for agency Leo Burnett. The film “Coming Soon” for client Raising The Roof won in the Public Service Advertising, Single category. Congrats Chris!
Colin Murdock’s work was recognized with a Merit award in Digital Design for Vikings: A World Revealed for agency Jam3.
Finally, congratulations to Untitled Films for winning Production Company of the Year and congratulations to everyone else whose work was recognized last night!