Egg Films: the most awarded production company at The Loerie Awards

Egg Films was the most-awarded production company at the 2013 Loerie Awards, walking off with a Gold, three Silvers, five Crafts and one Bronze.
Terence Neale won Gold for TV & Cinema Commercials - Above 90s for Die Antwoord Fatty Boom Boom, which he co-directed with Ninja and Saki Bergh. Fatty Boom Boom also won a Craft Award for Kezia Eales' production design, which featured Ninja's set designs, mural designs and graffiti, as well as a Voodoo Room art directed by Roger Ballen. The music video has over 14 million views on YouTube.

Bruno Bossi won Silver for TV & Cinema Commercials - Under 90s for Net#work BBDO's funny Mercedes-Benz Attention Assist campaign, which also picked up an Integrated Campaign Silver.

Kim Geldenhuys won Silver for TV & Cinema Commercials - Under 90s for TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris' Standard Bank Sh-Boom, which also earned a Craft certificate for his direction and BlackGinger's VFX.

Terence's Chicken Licken Orphanage commercial for Net#work BBDO won a Bronze for TV & Cinema Commercials - Under 90s, as well as Craft certificates for Paul Gilpin's cinematography and Kezia Eales' production design.

Overall, Egg received 18 nominations at this year's Loerie Awards. Director Dani Hynes also received four nominations for the Black River FC Nando's commercials she made before joining Egg, which also won the Umpetha Award and Truly South African Television Gold at The Pendoring Awards.

"We're really excited that our work came through," says executive producer Colin Howard. "The judging was very tough this year, so congrats to Terence, Bruno and Kim and Dani, as well as Ninja, Yolandi and Saki for Fatty Boom Boom. A huge thank you to the agencies for giving us the opportunity to work on such amazing ideas and to the clients for backing creative work."




For more information, visit www.eggfilms.tv.

23 Sep 2013 12:08

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