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Friday, June 15, 2007


Publicis Mojo New Zealand scored a massive 5 Gold World Medals, 1 Silver and 1 Bronze at the 2007 New York Festivals, announced tonight in New York. They were the big winners with only a total of 5 Gold, 1 silver, and 3 bronze winners announced for New Zealand as a whole (Australia's total was only 2 gold, 7 silver and 2 bronze awards). Entries for this year were up by about 20%, and many high profile creatives were amongst this year’s judges, including Toby Talbot, David Denneen and Ron Mather.
Publicis Mojo picked up Gold for CALM (Campaign against landmines), Amnesty and Greenpeace, with Dashwood Design and Dow Design each winning a Bronze medal.
Australian production companies were clear winners over advertising agency entrants with Animal Logic winning a Gold for best computer animation, Sydney Film Company a Gold and Bronze for best direction, Filmgraphics 2 Silvers for best special effects and best edititing, Fresh Music a Silver for best original lyrics and Good Oil films a Silver for best direction.
Other Australian winners were Smart Melbourne, with a Silver for Adicolour, Leo Burnett won Silver for Connex, John Williams and Richard Taylor won a Silver for SBS Sport and Clemenger BBDO Adelaide won Bronze for SkyCity.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

NYf aren't a joke like they used to be.
That's a big haul. Good on yous fullas.

8:34 pm NZST

Anonymous Anonymous said...

8.34's right - NYf isn't the joke it used to be, but it's still only just above mobius. Not really worth entering, or winning. Sort of the Axis of the US. But well done anyway mojo, great result.

7:38 am NZST

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jealousy issues much?

10:03 am NZST

Anonymous Anonymous said...

7.38? what kind of loser writes to sad-arsed advertising blogs at 7.38 a.m?

8:47 pm NZST

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds like the sort of comment HK would write.

10:16 pm NZST

Anonymous Anonymous said...

8:47 PM - There's a saying about a pot and a kettle that would fit perfectly right here.

5:17 pm NZST


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