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Corporate Entries Win 69 Awards in FilmFest

 

LOS ANGELES -- Entrants from 14 countries took 69 awards in the Corporate  productions  of the 2010 U.S. International Film & Video Festival. Fourteen of them were First Place Gold Camera Awards.

 

The Edge Picture Company, London, garnered three Gold Cameras for “1001 Inventions and The Library of Secrets,” which also won a Second-Place Silver Screen Award.

 

German entrants also took four Golds. The winners were Bayer AG, for “Always Out of Breath” produced by blue note productions, Dusseldorf. Barbecue Mediendesign GmbH, Frankfurt/Main, for “Mercedes/Benz F800 Style”; castor-film gmbh, Stuttgart, for “Save Lives,” and brainwaves KG, Munich, for “Stop the Nonsense.”

 

Myriad Global Media, London, won Golds for “PDO: An Exposition” and “Energy for Life” and a Certificate for “Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow.”

 

Speakeasy Productions, Stanley, Scotland, won Gold for “Lloyds Banking Group – On the Inside,” which also won a Silver Screen Award, as did “Lloyds Banking Group – A Journey of Opportunity.” Speakeasy also won a Certificate for Creative Excellence for “NHS Leicester City – Making Leicester Better.”

 

Other Gold Camera winners were:

Wizz Design, Clichy, France, for “IBM Multitask-Heart-Popsicle”;

Norwegian firm McCann AS, Oslo, for “The Elements,” which also won a Silver Screen Award;

Pieter-Rim de Kroon Film, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, for “A Timeless Mystery”;

Jack Morton Worldwide, Acton, England, for “Sibos: One Year on.” Jack Morton also won two Second Place Silver Screen Awards for “Nokia Focus Group” and “Royal Mail: Make the Difference.”

Also winning Silver Screen Awards were:

Robin Lewin Productions, Los Angeles, for “Howard Hoover: A Sepsis Survival Story”;

Immediacy, Melbourne, Australia, for “Project West Wind”;

TV Project sp. z o.o. Ltd., Warsaw, for “Frederic 2010,”

Ministry of Tourism India and Experience India, New Delhi, for “Incredible India”;

and BM8 GmbH, Hamburg, Germany, for “Audi R8 Spyder: Stoppen.”

vis:a:vis Filmproduktion GmbH, won two Silver Screen Awards and two Certificates for Creative Excellence for “Berlin – The Place to Be,”  and castor-film gmbh, Stuttgart, Germany, won Silver for “Daimler Annual Press Conference Corporate Trailer” and a Certificate for “Save Lives.”

Creative Creature Company, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, won two Silver Screens for “Capitaland – The Interlace, The Showflat Panoramic Sales Video” and “Institute of Textile and Clothing, HK Polytechnic University Inductory Video.”

Moving Bits Pte Ltd., Singapore, won two Silvers for Resorts World Sentosa “A Million Moments, One World” and a Certificate for “Work of Art” for Grand Millennium Beijing.

Art Media Film & TV Produktion, Graz, won a Silver Screen for “The Green Heart of Austria” and a Certificate for Creative Excellence for “Discover the Variety of Austria/Summer.” Sandia National Laboratories, Albequerque, N.M., won Silver for “Robotic Vehicle Range” and a Certificate for “Operation Burnt Frost.”

Esras Films Limited, Blackrock, Ireland, a Silver Screen for “The Story of Tullamore Dew”; Sarawak Convention Bureau, Kuching, Malaysia, for “Recharge in a New World II – Changing Perspectives.”

Crown Business Communications, London, captured a Silver Screen for “A Guide to Coroners’ Inquests,” which also won a Certificate for Creative Excellence. Crown garnered additional Certificates for “Building Stronger Partnerships Film” and “Renault UK Aftersales Film.”

Impact Image, Cranleigh, England, won a Silver Screen for “Fly 2 Help” and a Certificate for “Video Presentation for the RAF Chief of Staff Sir Stephen Dalton.”

Khaki Films, Tunbridge Wells, England, won Silver for "The Future of Publishing," and Certificates for “The Millennium Development Goals – Put Your Skills to Work” and “Five Steps to Mysite.”

Other Silver winners were:

Iceni, Burton-upon-Trent, England, for “Hong Kong Revealed”; Firehouse, London, for Morrisons “We Grow Our Own,” and World Television, London, for “BP Performance in Perspective (Q3 2009) Anglo American: Growth Strategy in Action.”

Other Certificate winners were:

Borish, Amsterdam, for “Express Relief”;

Hawthorne Direct, Fairfield, Iowa, for “Audible.com”;

Showreel International, Hollywood, Calif., for “What If – National Transit Institute”;

Omnicron Productions, Auckland, N.Z., for “Vector – Crossing the Road to Safety”;

Urban Strategies Inc., Toronto, for “Vaughan Tomorrow: Voices for Transformation”;

Kemper Kommunikation GmbH, Frankfurt, for “A good story”;

Electric Shadow Ltd., Hong Kong, for “The Living Rock”;

Bosch Film, Amsterdam, for “Amsterdam’s New Climate”;

Zee, Amsterdam, for “Temptation”;

Communicator Limited, London, for “BAE Systems Military Air Solutions”;

Videotel Productions, London, for “Hazard Series 1”;

Conference Connections, Bristol, England, for “Ray’s Story” and “We Have a History.”

The U.S. International Film & Video Festival, which was founded in 1967, recognizes outstanding Corporate, Documentary, Educational, Entertainment and Student  productions. The 2010 competition attracted entries from 25 countries.

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