Raw London won 4 awards at EVCOM Film Awards 2019, which took place at a red-carpet ceremony at BFI Southbank last night. The awards celebrate the most progressive and creative agencies in film, video and production, and span x highly-competitive categories.
The magic of reading ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ for Book Aid International won Gold for Cinematography and Silver for Brand Communication. Age of Innocence for World Vision UK won Silver for Best Animation, while our Annoying Isn’t It? campaign for Parkinson’s UK won Silver for Best Film in a Digital Campaign.
And once again, in silver two awards were also made for Brand Communication. The first Silver award goes to: @rawlondonuk London for ‘Book Aid International’. The second Silver award goes to @inspiredfilms for ‘Born Too Soon’ #film
— EVCOM Industry Awards (@EVCOMawards) November 21, 2019
This is the fifth year we have been awarded at EVCOM Awards, in total winning 21 awards including 14 Gold, 4 Silver, 2 Highly Commended, and 1 Platinum for What is VJ Day? for The Royal British Legion in 2016.
This year’s EVCOM Film Awards call for the most innovative content across best practice and professional excellence, this year with an emphasis on showcasing British-made corporate film to an international audience. A jury of client, commissioner and practitioner judges selected the best of the best from the world of corporate film and highlighted those changing outcomes for clients and brands.
A huge congratulations to all the winners, and especially the teams over at Parkinson’s UK, World Vision UK and Book Aid International who each pushed the limits of amazing charity video through these interesting and innovative campaigns.
The film's message is just as important today – No childhood should end like this.
— World Vision UK (@WorldVisionUK) November 22, 2019