Four Aussie Agencies Recognised At Facebook’s Global Awards

Four Aussie Agencies Recognised At Facebook’s Global Awards
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Social media giant Facebook has announced the global winners of its seventh annual Facebook Awards, which included four Aussie creative agencies.

This year, the Facebook Awards introduced new categories – Laugh, Cry, Love, Wow, and Act – to celebrate the emotional connection that great work evokes.

Here is the full list of winners for each category:

Act:

  • “Anonymous Friend” by J. Walter Thompson for Alcoholics Anonymous
  • “Careculator” by R/GA for jet.com
  • “Hungerithm” by Clemenger BBDO Melbourne for Snickers
  • “MashiMachine” by Leo Burnett Mexico for 4pelagatos
  • “The Adventures of Little Brush Big Brush” by R/GA London for Unilever-Signal
  • “Your Name Saves” by Leo Burnett for Donate Life America

Cry:

  • “IWelcome-Live” by DDB&tribal for Amnesty International
  • “Evan” by BBDO New York for Sandy Hook Promise
  • “The DNA Journey” by momondo A/S

Love:

  • “All That We Share” by TV 2 Danmark A/S
  • “Playstation Search for Greatness” by BBH New York for Sony
  • “Pocket Patrol” by Leo Burnett for Samsung Australia
  • “We Are Here” by Airbnb

Laugh:

  • Facebook Not Live” by Barton F Graf for Tomcat Rodent Control
  • “Litbaits” by Dieste for The Wild Detectives
  • “Little Caesars Facebook Surprises” by Barton F Graf for Little Caesars
  • “Shoes: Impossible” by TBWA KOREA for ABC-MART Korea
  • “Spanish Lessons” by Alma DDB for Net ix

Wow:

  • “#comeonin” by DDB for Sydney Opera House
  • “InstantDJ” by BBDO New York for Bacardi
  • “Made in a Minute” by BBDO New York for Lowe’s
  • “Mr. Robot Season 2 Digital Launch” by ISL for USA Network
  • “Out of Office Travelogue” by The Monkeys for Qantas

 

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