Clio has announced the Gold, Silver and Bronze winners for the 2016 Clio Awards ahead of the presentation night later this month in New York. New Zealand has scored one Gold Statue and two Silver.
Colenso BBDO Auckland has scored the Gold Clio in the Out of Home category for DB Breweries ‘Brewtroleum’. Y&R New Zealand has picked two Silver for Burger King ‘McWhopper’ in the Integrated Campaign category and the PR category.
Australia has been awarded a total of five Gold, seven Silver and five Bronze with Clemenger BBDO Melbourne leading the Australian agency pack with four Gold, two Silver, and four Bronze.
Clemenger BBDO Melbourne’s ‘The Boys’ work for Bonds has picked up four Gold; two in Film, one in Direct and one in the Integrated Campaign category as well as two Silver in Branded Content and in Direct and two Bronze in Branded Content and in Direct. Clemenger also picked up a Bronze in PR for Snickers ‘Hungerithm’ and a Bronze in Audio for Myer ‘Wonderful Hold Music’.
Leo Burnett Melbourne has come in second scoring a Gold statue in the Digital/Mobile Technique category for Headspace ‘Reword’ campaign. The ‘Reword’ campaign also scored two Silvers; one in Digital/Mobile and one in the Innovation category.
Scoring one Silver each is FINCH Sydney for St Kilda Film Festival ‘Every Second Counts’ in the Film Technique category, Leo Burnett Sydney for Samsung ‘BrainBAND’ in Innovation and J. Walter Thompson Melbourne in the Out of Home category for Melbourne Queer Film Festival ‘To Russia With Love’. Cummins&Partners Melbourne has picked up a Bronze in Film for Doritos ‘Ultrasound’.
Production company Revolver/Will O’Rourke has picked up two Gold in Film for Old Spice ‘Whale’ and Old Spice ‘Rocket Car’ both directed by Steve Rogers. Leo Burnett Melbourne has secured a Gold statue in the Digital/Mobile Technique category for Headspace ‘Reword’ campaign. The ‘Reword’ campaign also scored two Silvers; one in Digital/Mobile and one in the Innovation category.
Select Gold winners will be elevated to Grands and presented September 28 at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, hosted by Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally.
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