BRITISH TELEVISION ADVERTISING AWARDS 1998: Top Production Company - The Panavision Award

Paul Weiland Film Company

Paul Weiland Film Company



The Paul Weiland Film Company is the British Television Advertising

Awards’ top production company for an incredible fifth consecutive

year.



Nineteen ninety-seven saw the company produce beautifully crafted and

high-calibre advertising for clients as diverse as the Teacher Training

Agency and Nissan Primera. The company’s work on the long-running First

Direct campaign starring Bob Mortimer showed no signs of losing its

freshness, while the work produced for the Teacher Training Agency and

Nissan Primera demonstrate the company’s ability to deal with diverse

scripts. Congratulations then to Paul Weiland and his company for

retaining the top slot (and seeing off more than thirty other

shortlisted production companies in the process) by combining

outstanding directorial talent with superlative production skills.



How the awards are calculated: The ITV Award is given ten points, gold

awards seven points, silver awards four points, and bronze awards two

points. In cases where the same commercial has won more than one award,

only the highest counts. Companies must have won awards for more than

one client to qualify. Previous winners: Paul Weiland Film Company

(1997), Paul Weiland Film Company (1996), Paul Weiland Film Company

(1995), Paul Weiland Film Company (1994), Limelight (1993).