THE BRITISH TELEVISION ADVERTISING AWARDS 2000: Most Successful Production Company - The Panavision Award/Gorgeous Enterprises

Gorgeous Enterprises wins the award for the BTAA’s most successful production company for the second year running. In the last year it has proved that it can maintain a consistent level of outstanding work. including the widely loved ’Johnny Foreigner’ ad for British Airways. Director Chris Palmer’s ads for Saatchi & Saatchi’s Bisto campaign have won various awards, while Frank Budgen’s ’Bet On Black’ for Guinness and Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO has also achieved notoriety. Gorgeous is not yet five years old and to win this coveted award for a second year must be considered a triumph.

Gorgeous Enterprises wins the award for the BTAA’s most successful

production company for the second year running. In the last year it has

proved that it can maintain a consistent level of outstanding work.

including the widely loved ’Johnny Foreigner’ ad for British Airways.

Director Chris Palmer’s ads for Saatchi & Saatchi’s Bisto campaign have

won various awards, while Frank Budgen’s ’Bet On Black’ for Guinness and

Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO has also achieved notoriety. Gorgeous is not

yet five years old and to win this coveted award for a second year must

be considered a triumph.





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: Gorgeous Enterprises (1999),

Paul Weiland Film Company (1998), Paul Weiland Film Company (1997), Paul

Weiland Film Company (1996), Paul Weiland Film Company (1995), Paul

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