The "Home for Christmas" film was created by Jung von Matt and tells the story of a man’s desperate attempts to bring his family together after spending successive Chritmases alone.
There were six UK agency winners, all for music videos with the exception of R/GA Hustle London, which won a silver Lion for Beats By Dre’s Beats1Run, a global running event that was powered by a Beats 1 Radio broadcast.
The late David Bowie’s 10-minute music video for Blackstar won a silver Lion. The film (below) was the debut work by Gisla & Renck, the production shop that formed last November.
Rattling Stick won a silver Lion for the Massive Attack music video for Voodoo in My Blood, in which actor Rosamund Pike discovers a mysterious orb.
Nexus Productions London won a silver Lion for Luminous Freedom’s music video for New Build, which collaborated with the still life photographer John Short to create a story based on celebrity names.
Forever Pictures picked up a bronze Lion for Naughty’s Boy’s Runnin’ music video featuring Beyonce, while The Mill London also picked up bronze for Chemical Brothers’ Wide Open.