Agency: Leo Burnett CEO/CCO North America: Judy John Creative Directors: Chris Munnik and Kerry Reynolds GCD/Writer: Steve Persico GCD/Art Director: Anthony Chelvanathan Executive Producer/SVP Director of Production: Franca Piacente
Production Company: Partners Film Director: Michael Downing Director of Photography: John Houtman Executive Producer: Aerin Barnes Producer: David MacDonald
Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production Editor: Michelle Czukar Assistant Editor: Mikaela Bodin
Colour Facility: AlterEgo Colourist: Eric Whipp
Finishing Facility: Fort York VFX Flame Artist: Ernie Mordak Flame Assistant: Melissa Vasiliev
Whenever we think life x style we immediately think of editor Christina Humphries. And good thing, because Anomaly and client Sport Chek were thinking the same way when they teamed Christina up with Circle Productions director Amos Leblanc. Not only did she deliver a great cut, she created some pretty jumped-up graphics too.
Client: Sport Chek Title: Life x Style
Agency: Anomaly Partner & Executive Creative Director: Dave Douglass Partner & Executive Creative Director: Pete Breton Art Director: Jose Rivas Copywriter: Max May Producer: Martina Esguerra
Production Company: Circle Productions Executive Producer: Andria Minott Director: Amos Leblanc Cinematographer: Adam Marsden Line Producer: Robbie McNamara
Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production Editor: Christina Humphries Assistant Editors: Brett Rostrup
Finishing: Rooster Post Production Finishing Artist: Christina Humphries
Look out #peeps there’s a new hashtag in town and #editor Chris Parkins is claiming ownership. #Editfication: The editorial state of having satisfied clients. Chris Parkins teamed up with Circle Productions director James Haworth to bring the classic thought leader-new product launch to life in this spot for Red Urban and Subaru. #Editfication.
Client: Subaru Canada Title: “Introducing The Sport Utility Sedan”
Agency: Red Urban Executive Creative Director: Christina Yu Creative Director/Art Director: Patrick Shing Creative Director/Copywriter: Pete Gardiner Art Director: Justin Platnar Copywriter: Benjamin James O’Neill Agency Producer: Anna Tricinci
Production Company: Circle Productions Director: James Haworth DOP: Tico Poulakakis Executive Producer: Karen Tameanko
Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production Editor: Chris Parkins Assistant Editor: Joey Whitelaw
Colour Facility: Alter Ego Colourist: Eric Whipp Assistant Colourist: Mariya Guzavo
Finishing: Fort York VFX Online Artist: Paul Binney Assistant Online Artist: Kevin Asis CG Artist: Kate Ballard
Once you’ve seen a Maverick Trail you can’t help but want to drive one. Editor Paul Proulx showcases the fun off-road vehicle with a cut that runs the gamut from point A to Z with lots of beautiful visuals in between, courtesy of Holiday Films director Ryan Gibb. “Meet You Out There” is Anomaly’s creative vision for client BRP Can-Am.
Client: BRP Can-Am Title: Meet You Out There
Agency: Anomaly Partner & ECD: Dave Douglass Senior Writer: Jeff Collins Senior Art Director: Anton Ratinsky Senior Producer: Sharon Kosokowsky
Production Company: Holiday Films Director/DP: Ryan Gibb Executive Producer: Josephina Nadurata
Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production Editor: Paul Proulx Assistant Editor: Colin Murdock
Finishing: Fort York VFX Lead Flame Artist: Mike Bishop
Marc Langley enjoys another collaboration with FCB Toronto and the Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership. In this latest outing, the “Where Am I?” campaign again challenges viewers to figure out the featured location. Marc teamed up again with director Andrew Cividino who brought some gorgeous tourism footage to the edit suite.
Some things go better together. And some things just want to compete. Such is the case with the launch of Bud Light’s NFL team cans in an eye-catching spot out of Anomaly. Dave De Carlo collaborated with Someplace Nice director Drew Lightfoot on “Who You Got?” a spot created to get consumers excited about the upcoming football season with the benefit of going can vs can and team vs team.
Brand: Bud Light Title: Who You Got?
Agency: Anomaly Executive Creative Director: Dave Douglass Creative Directors: Gary Westgate, Neil Blewett, Jack Latulippe Copywriter: Ryan Chiasson Art Director: Jordan Dunlop Head of Production: Janice Bisson Producer: Kris Anzlinger
Production Company: Someplace Nice Director: Drew Lightfoot Executive Producer: Chilo Fletcher Director of Photography: Vinit Borrison Line Producer: Gill Gardner Production Manager: Scott Rudderham
Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production Editor: Dave De Carlo Assistant Editor: Mikaela Bodin
Colour Facility: The Vanity Colourist: Andrew Exworth
Finishing Facility: Fort York VFX Flame Artist: Paul Binney Flame Assistant: Luke White
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.