Aussie production houses dominate Spikes Film craft shortlist

Australian production houses have dominated the Spikes Asia Film Craft shortlist for work locally and internationally.

Melbourne’s Exit Films led the way, with its Comets work for Diageo Australia and Leo Burnett Sydney, Every Day is One Day for Samsung Electronics and 72andsunny Amsterdam and Everybody Loves Sunshine for Treasury Wine Estates and DDB Melbourne making the shortlist.

Finch Sydney’s Intelligent Sounds for Intel and The Monkeys also made the cut, alongside Reolver/Will O’Rourke Sydney’s The Power of a Dollar for Bank of New Zealand and Colenso BBDO Auckland.

The Brand Agency Perth’s Break the Barrier for St John Ambulance, Iris Worldwide Sydney’s work for Unicef Australia, Fin Design + Effects Syndey’s Mistakes for New Zealand Transport Agency and Clemenger BBDO Wellington and Alt.VFX Brisbane’s Spark 60 Launch for Spark New Zealand and Saatchi & Saatchi Auckland round out the Australian contendors.

To view the Film craft shortlist in full, click here.

Miranda Ward at Spikes Asia


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