Ladies and gentlemen with an interest in nabbing an esteemed B&T Awards trophy on November 18, listen up. We’ve listened to your feedback and have brought a host of new awards categories to this year’s line-up.
Yesterday, we gave you the lowdown on the new Research Agency of the Year award, and today, we’re bringing you all the inside details for the Production Agency of the Year award.
Open to any production company in Australia or New Zealand, the award allows for both stand-alone companies and departments of larger agencies or organisations to enter.
Where a company has more than one office, entries in this category should represent the company’s offering across Australia and New Zealand.
You are eligible for the Production Agency category if you:
- Have produced a corporate video, TV commercial, web video, event video, brand video, or assisted with film and TV production.
- Have worked on productions for advertising, content, corporate, entertainment, government, not-for-profit, long form, short form, live action, stop motion, design, illustration, 2D&3D animation, or motion graphics.
- Crafted work in the disciplines of film, art, design, visual effects, digital, post-production, theatre and publishing.
Here’s looking at you: The Glue Society; Captiv8; Revolver; Anvil Media; Arena Media; eg+; Motion; Shakespeare Media; RedBikini; Kite.
B&T Awards have officially opened for entries, which you can submit here, while tickets for the cracker of a night at the Sydney Town Hall (read: not the Casino) can be nabbed right here. Don’t mess around kids! Entries close on August 5.
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