Thinkbox TV Planning Awards 2016 winners films

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Telling the real story of Christmas to tackle loneliness’, by Manning Gottlieb OMD for Age UK, picked up the top prize at the 2016 awards. PHD had two excellent wins and a commendation (with AMVDDBO) whilst the7stars, Mediacom, OMD, UM Birmingham and Vizeum all found themselves on-stage clutching a treasured award. Many congratulations to all and well done to those whose work made it through to the finals. You can watch short films about each of these outstanding and innovative campaigns here or download the book of the night by clicking the button above.

Grand-Prix
Manning Gottlieb OMD won the Grand Prix for their work with Age UK

Grand Prix/ Best use of TV AND

‘Telling the real story of Christmas to tackle loneliness’ by Manning Gottlieb OMD for Age UK

Also shortlisted for 'Best use of TV And'

  • Carat Guinness
  • M2M Alzheimer’s Society
  • PHD & AMV BBDO Sainsbury’s - Commeded

Best use of TV innovation

‘Location, Location, Location’ by PHD for Expedia

Also shortlisted

  • Home Agency Lottoland
  • MediaCom Universal Music

Best newcomer to TV

‘Making TV our Home’ by PHD for Purplebricks

Also shortlisted

  • Havas Media Valspar
  • MediaCom & Now Nuffield Health
  • the7stars Habitat 

Best ongoing use of TV

‘Don’t stop me now… the story so far’ by UM Birmingham for Gtech

Also shortlisted

  • Goodstuff House of Fraser
  • Manning Gottlieb OMD John Lewis

Best use of sponsorship

‘Big results from Big Brother’ by the7stars for Gumtree

Also shortlisted for Sponsorship or Content

  • MediaCom Bosch

Best use of content

‘Budweiser Dream Goal’ by Vizeum for Budweiser

Also shortlisted for Sponsorship or Content  

  • OMD McDonald's - Highly Commended
  • MediaCom Bosch

Best low budget use of TV

‘The world's first interactive, viewer-controlled TV advert’ by MediaCom for Universal Music

If you would like to get your hands on these films please email Visha Naul

Photos from the event will be available shortly







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