The American Clio Awards have been awarded since 1959 and are considered one of the most popular advertising competitions in the world. Nominations are now being submitted for the competition, which kicks off next week.
A total of 1035 participants qualify for the shortlisting now presented. Among these, seven Swedish agencies are represented, as well as Berghs advertising school.
The following campaigns were nominated for this year’s Clio Awards:
Åkestam Holst NoA: “A Hard Pill To Swallow” by Apotek Hjärtat (Environmental Class and Others), “Feather” for SVT (Editorial Class).
Abby Priest: “Dante’s Heartbeats” for the Swedish Children’s Fund (Music Category – Adapted).
Forsman & Bodenfors: “Selfie For Safety” for Volvo Car Corporation (digital / mobile category), “A Million More” for Volvo Car Corporation (movie category – Unscripted, 61 seconds to five minutes, cinematography, directing and printing), EVA initiative “For Volvo Car Corporation (creative event category, related causes and special event / activation),” Parents “for Volvo Car Corporation (cinematography, editing, directing and music – licensed class), and” Dance 10,000 “for generation bib (directing category) Music – Adapted), “No Douche Bag” by Västtrafik (Direct Marketing category) and “Tower” for Volvo Trucks (Class 61secs to 5mins, Cinematography, Directing and Product Launch).
NORD DDB Stockholm: “VAR discount” for Elgiganten (e-commerce category).
Acne: the ‘lift’ by M – Volvo Car Mobility (Cinematography Class).
INGO Stockholm (with David Miami / Publicis): “BK Moldy Whopper” for Burger King (Creative Event Category, Posters, Photo Creation, 31s to 60s, Music – Licensed, Billboard, Typography, Artistic Orientation, Photography, Company image and social video).
Burgess School of Communications: “Skaters’ Rights” for Vans (Category Marketing Fashion, Beauty and Related Issues.
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