Rooster Post Editorial Recognized At The Applied Arts Awards

It was a stellar showing at the Applied Arts Awards for Marc Langley who received not one, but TWO editing craft awards! Marc’s work for FCB’s Ontario Tourism “Where Am I?” campaign and Grip Limited’s KFC “Theatre” were both recognized. Another Langley project, “The Woman Who Can’t Lie” for National Canadian Film Day out of Leo Burnett was also singled out.

Other recognition includes:

Michelle Czukar for John St. and President’s Choice short film “Eat Together” was singled out in the Over 30 Seconds Film Category with nods in both the Craft Music and Branded Content categories.

Christina Humphries‘ collaboration on Salvation Army, “Poverty Isn’t Always Easy To See” for Grey Canada was recognized for Public Service/Charity – Single

A project edited by Izzy Ehrlich for DDB Canada and Dairy Farmers, “TV Dinner Pary” was recognized for Craft Cinematography and Craft Direction – Single.

Paul Proulx contributed to a campaign for Kia and Innocean that was recognized in the Experiential/Event – Series category.

Dave De Carlo‘s collaboration on “Lemonade Stand” with Leo Burnett for Yellow Pages stood out in the Advertising Non-Traditional Series category.

Congratulations to everyone whose work was recognized at Applied Arts. Click here to see the full list.

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