Furlined Wins Two Grand LIAs
The London International Awards announced its 2019 winners.
The New York Times “The Truth Is Worth It” campaign took home two Grand LIA’s - one for Editing and another for Sound Design. Academy Award-winning directors Martin + Lindsay, Final Cut, and Wave Studios partnered with Droga5, to create “The Truth Is Worth It.” The campaign makes a statement about the power of journalism today, and the search for truth.
The campaign also garnered six Golds - two in Editing, one in the TV/Cinema/Online Film Campaign category, one in Sound Design and two in Media Promotion.
Dougal Wilson’s “Train” for AT&T earned a Silver in the TV/Cinema/Online Film Campaign category and three Bronze - one for Direction, one in 2D & Stop Motion Animation, and another in Visual Effects. The film tells the tale of a Wild West train heist turned whimsical stop motion animation juxtaposing the breadth of content available with AT&T unlimited plans.
Dougal also took home a Bronze in the TV/Cinema/Online category for Apple’s “A Little Company” in which a global ensemble of seven Elvis Presley impersonators are joined together by Group FaceTime.