Australia’s World Movies Channel in collaboration with Bruce Dunlop & Associates Sydney has been awarded the prestigious Bronze Award for Editing at the recent 2007 Promax/Broadcast Design Awards World Gold Ceremony held in New York, June 12 to 14.
The awards, held annually in New York, acknowledge excellence in broadcast design, promotion and marketing throughout the world’s media industries.
The Bronze was awarded for The World Movies Channel’s provocative summer campaign ‘Seven Deadly Sins’; an eclectic range of international films including Akira Kurosawa’s Red Beard, Alain Berliner’s Ma Vie En Rose and Pedro Almodovar’s scintillating Live Flesh. The ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ campaign aired on The World Movies Channel during January and February 2006.
‘The ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ campaign reflects the innovative programming that The World Movies Channel has become renowned for. To win this award is a testament to the creativity and dedication shown by our creative partners BDA who embraced our programming theme to produce a beautiful campaign which is now celebrated as one of the world’s finest,’ says Pan TV ‘s Acting CEO Linda Hickey.