2017 CLIO & Kinsale Shark Awards Roundup!Back to Blog
As the CLIOs and Kinsale Shark Awards come to an end, we would like to give a hearty congratulation to all awarded!
Whitehouse victors include P&G’s “Zach” from Leo Burnett, edited by Matthew Wood, which snagged the Hall of Fame Film CLIO for work that stands the test of time.
Congratulations to editor Charlie Harvey on her editing Shortlist at the CLIOs for GE “The Real Celebrities.” “The Real Celebrities” also walked away with a Bronze Film Craft Shark for Best Writing/Idea! Congrats director Nicole Holofcener, Bob Industries, and BBDO.
Lacoste’s “Timeless” walked away with 3 CLIOs, a Silver in Short Form Film & two Bronzes for both Direction and Cinematography. “Timeless” also brought home a Bronze Film in Fashion and a shortlist for Best Direction at the Sharks! Shout out to editor by Russell Icke, director by Seb Edwards, Wanda Productions, Academy Films, and BETC!
A big congratulation to Absolut’s “Big Bang” with editor Russell Icke, director Emmanuel “Chivo” Lubeski at Park Pictures, and BBH for their 2 Sharks, a Silver Film Craft in Post Production/VFX and their Bronze Film Craft in Sound Design.
Shout out to editor Tobias Suhm, director Ians Pons Jewell, TBWA, Hornbach, and Anorak Film for their two Bronze CLIOs in both Film Commercial and Direction, and a Shortlist for Cinematography!
“Bulbs,” edited by Rick Lawley, took a Bronze CLIO in Cinematography a Shortlist for Licensed Music. “Appocalypse,” edited by Russell Icke, took home a Bronze CLIO in Direction.
Liquid Plumr’s “Cracks,” edited by Brian Gannon, secured a CLIO Shortlist at for Film Commercials, and HomeAway’s “HomeAway From It All,” edited by Russell Icke, took a CLIO Shortlist for Original Music.
Finally, Cheeto’s “Cheeto’s Museum” topped the night off with two Silver CLIOs in Social Media and Experiential Events, and a Bronze for Public Relations. Well done to editor Chris Murphy, director Kristopher Belman, Caviar, and Goodby Silverstein & Partners!