- NEW YORK
The One Club for Creativity’s global juries of top creative leaders have selected entries from 53 countries as finalists for The One Show 2021.
All finalists will be awarded a Gold, Silver, Bronze Pencil or Merit at this year’s One Show, to be announced on June 10 during the online Creative Week 2021.
Droga5 New York leads the way with 44 finalists entries. Fourteen of the agency’s finalists are for Facebook, including nine for “Never Lost” and four for “Born in Quarantine.” Eight of the finalists are for “Maurice and the Black Bear School” on behalf of Hennessy, and five are for The New York Times’ “Life Needs Truth.”
FCB Chicago has 35 finalists, including 16 for City of Chicago “Boards of Change” and 12 for Michelob ULTRA “Contract for Change.” DDB Chicago collected 30 finalists, including 21 for Miller Lite work: 13 for “Farewell, Work Holiday Parties” and four each for “Calorie Burning URL” and “Cantenna.”
AMV BBDO London has 29 finalists, with 20 coming on behalf of client Essity Bodyform-Libresse including 11 for “#wombstories” and six for “#wombpainstories.” TBWA\Media Arts Lab Los Angeles also has 29 finalists, all for Apple, including 17 for “Shot on iPhone by Damien Chazelle–Vertical Cinema.”
Woojer in Israel, in collaboration with Area 23 New York and Claire’s Place Foundation Redondo Beach, has The One Show 2021 entry with the most finalists: 27 for “Sick Beats.” FCB New York also has 27 finalists, all but one of them for “Michelob ULTRA Courtside” for Michelob ULTRA with Microsoft and the NBA.
Other agencies that finished as top finalists are Wieden+Kennedy Portland with 26, including 20 for Nike work, and BBDO New York, BETC Paris and Rethink Toronto, Montréal and Vancouver all with 25. A full rundown of finalists can be accessed here.
In the lead up to the awards ceremony, The One Club will announce all Best of Discipline winners for The One Show 2021 on June 1. Members of creative teams responsible for a select group of top winners will discuss the work with jury members in live streaming sessions on June 10.
Client Moet Hennessy North America Agency Droga5 NY David Droga, creative chairman; Tim Gordon, Felix Richter, co-chief creative officer; Alexander Nowak, global head of art; Thom Glover, creative director; Ted Meyer, sr. copywriter; Kamal Collins, art director; Emily Berger, copywriter; Jason Gold, sr. art director; Ruben Mercadal, associate director of film production; Connor Hagan, associate producer, film; Mike Ladman, music supervisor; Jonny Bauer, global chief strategy officer. Production Somesuch, London and Venice, Calif. Daniel Wolfe, director; Diego Garcia, DP; Nicky Barnes, exec producer; Adriana Cebada Mora, producer. Production Services The Lift Jose Barrera, partner/producer; Fuad Abed Dalton, line producer; Helena Media, production manager. Editorial Cut+Run/The Quarry Paul Watts, editor; Beau Dickson, assistant editor; Ellese Shell, Tor Adams, exec producers; Lauren Hertzberg, managing director. Color Framestore Simon Bourne, colorist; Chris Anthony, sr. producer. 35mm Film Print Dejonghe NV VFX The Mill New York Andrew Sommerville, director of production; Heino Henning, production supervisor; Mandy Harris, sr. producer; Nathan Niamehr, associate producer; Roshni Kakad, Shivangi Mehta, production support; Dan Williams, VFX shoot supervisor, creative director; Ruben Vandebroek, shoot supervisor; Gavin Wellsman, creative director; Keith Sullivan, 2D lead artist; Yong Chan Kim, 3D lead artist; Fionna Lanning, art director; Michael Almodovar, Anton Anderson, Lucia Hill Barroso, James Cudahy, Ting Jung-Hsu, Nasser Mandavi, Dhruv Shankar, Prajeesh Chaliyam, Clive Donal Narcies, Naga Praveen Kumar Y, Neeraj Rajput, Nishith Thallasseri, Rahul Bhardwaj, Subodh Kumar, 2D artists; Pablo Estrella You, Song Eun Hwang, Aldo Martinez Calzadilla, Ciaran Moloney, Alek Vacura, Yimo Xu, Murali Krishna Reddy, Showber Shadik, Verru Ramesh, Bharat Ediga, Manoj Ravi, Netaji Paila, 3D artists; Dom Han, designer; Michael Davin, animation. (Toolbox: Maya, Houdini, Nuke, Flame, After Effects) Music & Sound Design Q Department, New York Audio Post Wave Studios, New York Aaron Reynolds, mixer; Vicky Ferraro, exec producer; Eleni Giannopoulos, producer. Voiceover Nas, artist/main VO; David Callahan, secondary VO. Chess Consultant Maurice Ashley
Client Apple Agency Media Arts Lab Brent Anderson, chief creative officer; Brian O’Rourke, executive director, film & content production; Chuck Monn, group creative director; Paul Wysocan, creative director; Adam Alshin, creative director, art director; Margaret Nickerson, executive producer; Ian Kelly, sr. producer. Production Superprime Films Damien Chazelle, director; Rebecca Skinner, Michelle Ross, exec producers; Carr Donald, line producer; Nick Shandra, production supervisor; Linus Sandgren, DP; Shane Valentino, production designer; April Napier, costume designer; Sean Graham, stunt coordinator. Music Lorne Balfe, composer. Editorial Exile Shane Reid, editor; CL Kumpata, exec producer.
Client Libresse & Bodyform (owned by Essity) Agency AMV BBDO, London Alex Grieve, chief creative officer; Nadja Lossgott, Nicholas Hulley, executive creative directors; Toby Allen, Jim Hilson, creative directors; Edwina Dennison, TV producer; Lucia Fioravanti, assistant TV producer; Fiona Bailey, art production. Production Chelsea Pictures, bicoastal Nisha Ganatra, director; Shanah Blevins, producer; Lisa Mehling, president/exec producer; Pat McGoldrick, exec producer; Natasha Braier, DP; Mario Kerkstra, design; Adam Hinton, photographer.. Editorial Trim Editing, London Elise Butt, editor. Audio 750mph Sam Ashwell, sound engineer. Music Priestess Shura Remix by Pumarosa Animation, VFX & Color Framestore London Sharon Lock, creative director animation; Haein Kim, Carine Khalife, Salla Lehmus at Soja, Roos Mattaar, Kate Isobel Scott at Everyone Agency, Laura Jayne Hodkin at Strange Beast, Annie Wong, Aylin Ohri, Meagan Elemans, Molly Grace Lawton, Georgie Wilemore, Nella Addy, animators; Tri Do, comp lead; Simon Stoney, compositor; Lee Matthews, digital matte painting; Tim Greenwood, Flame; Simon Bourne, colorist; Emma Cook, VFX producer; Niamh O’Donohoe, design sr. producer. uliet Lock, creative director animation; Haein Kim, Carine Khalife, Salla Lehmus at Soja, Roos Mattaar, Kate Isobel Scott at Everyone Agency, Laura Jayne Hodkin at Strange Beast, Annie Wong, Aylin Ohri, Meagan Elemans, Molly Grace Lawton, Georgie Wilemore, Nella Addy, animators; Tri Do, comp lead; Simon Stoney, compositor; Lee Matthews, digital matte painting; Tim Greenwood, Flame; Simon Bourne, colorist; Emma Cook, VFX producer; Niamh O’Donohoe, design sr. producer. (Toolbox: Photoshop, Nuke, Houdini, Flame, oil paint on glass, stop-motion using models made of fabric over metal armatures)
Client Miller Lite Agency DDB Chicago Ari Weiss, chief creative officer, worldwide; Britt Nolan, chief creative officer, North America; Ben Wolan, executive creative director; Myra Nussbaum, group creative director; Nathaniel Lawler, creative director; Alejandro Juli, VP, creative director; Paul Carpenter Guiga Cunha, associate creative directors; Katie Samulson, copywriter; Drew Butler, art director; Diane Jackson, chief production officer, Chicago; Matt Blitz, SVP, executive producer; Adam Battista, sr. producer; Jonathan Palmer, strategy director; Biz Anderson, strategist; Mike Norgard, digital director. Production SMUGGLER, bicoastal Tony Yacenda, director; Patrick Milling-Smith, Brian Carmody, Sue Yeon Ahn, executive producers; Cat Restrepo, producer. Editorial Union Editorial Patrick Tuck, editor; Otto Mertins, assistant editor; Dani DuHadway, producer. Music Butter Music + Sound, bicoastal Andrew Sherman, chief creative officer; Ian Jeffreys, managing director/exec producer; Aaron Kotler, executive creative director & composer; Renee Masse, producer. Sound Design/Audio Post Mr. Bronx, New York Dave Wolfe, sound designer/mixer; Geoff Strasser, engineer; Lauren Flack, exec producer. Color a52 Gregory Reese, colorist; Jenny Bright, producer; Thatcher Peterson, exec producer. VFX Parliament