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Kinsale 2019: 7 Big Winners Shot On Film

With Kinsale's new Best Use of Film Award introduced this year, Cinelab London provide a run down of all the festival winners shot on film

Kinsale 2019: 7 Big Winners Shot On Film

As the celluloid film renaissance powers on, the Kinsale Shark awards have been the first in the industry to re-recognise the incredible talent and craft that goes into its usage. In a homage to the new award, Cinelab London have pulled together a run down of all the winners shot on film at Kinsale 2019...


WINNERS:


1. Philips - Shouting Men

2 GOLD SHARKS: Best Use of Film & Best Direction


In the inaugural year of the Best Use of Film award, Philips ‘Shouting Men’ campaign directed by Meeto from Missing Link films and created by Ogilvy London picked up the coveted Gold Shark for the category as well as an additional Gold for Best Direction.

Commenting on the win and his decision to use film on the campaign, Meeto says: “To me shooting this on film in 4:3 format gave the idea a sense of authenticity, and really helped to create something unique. Shooting on film added to the whole Scandinavian organic feel that I think these men represent. Film emphasizes facial repression - skin tones etc.. And this would just really be a cool, organic approach that would add a magic cinematic feel to it. Thanks to my amazing DP Jonathan Grevsen, and to my producer and partner in crime Ben Link who had my back and had total belief in using film.”

Cinelab London CEO, Adrian Bull adds: "It is fantastic news for filmmakers that the Sharks have introduced a new category specifically for commercials shot on film. The craft is so different to digital and doing it well is not easy. This award profiles outstanding work and honours using film as their creative medium of choice. We are honestly very proud to have been involved in these productions and are so excited to see ever more interesting films coming through our doors on a daily basis."


Director: Meeto

Production Company: Missing Link Films

DOP: Jonathan Grevsen

Agency: Ogilvy London


2. John Lewis & Partners - The Boy and the Piano 

GOLD SHARK: Sound Mixing 

BRONZE SHARK: Best Direction

Director: Seb Edwards

DOP: Chayse Irvin

Production Company: Academy

Agency: DDB

Sound Studio: Factory

Sound Design:

Sound Engineer: Anthony Moore


3. Kano - Trouble"

GOLD SHARK: Best Editing 

Record Label: Parlophone

Director: Aneil Karia

Producer: Precious Mahaga

Editor: Lucy Berry

Production Company: Somesuch & Co.


4. Lilla Vargen - Why Wait

GOLD SHARK: Best Cinematography

2x SHORTLISTED: Best Irish Music Video and Best Direction

Director: TJ O'Grady Peyton

Cinematographer: Albert Hooi

Production Company: Womb

Record Label: Future Kind


5. Ray BLK - Run Run

2x GOLD SHARKS: Music Video - Best Cinematography and Best Writing/Idea/Concept

Director: Tom Green

Production Company: Stink

Producer: Nkem Egbuchiri

Record Label: Island Records


6. Guinness - The Purse

3 BRONZE SHARKS: Best Use of Film, Cinematography and International Alcoholic Drinks

3x SHORTLISTED: Casting, International Direction and Campaign Craft

Director: Tom Green

Production Company: Stink 

DOP: Nicolas Karakatsanis

Agency: AMV BBDO


7. KFC - Chicken Town

BRONZE SHARK: Best in Food, Confectionery, Snack & Cakes and Non Alcoholic Drink

Director: Sam Pilling

DOP: Patrick Scola

Production Company: Pulse Films


SHORTLISTED:

Guinness - Liberty Fields

4x SHORTLISTED: Best Use of Film, Cinematography, Direction and Campaign Craft

Director: Eliot Rausch

Creative Director: Nick Hulley and Nadja Lossgott

Production Company: Stink 


Carnage - Holy Moly

2x SHORTLISTED: Best Music Video and Best Direction

Director: Eoin Glaister

Production Company: Stink

Producer: Joshua Noon

Record Label: Heavyweight Records


Ghetts - Black Rose ft. Kojey Radical

SHORTLIST: Best Music Video

Director: Netti Hurley

Producer: Jesús Rubio

Production Company: My Accomplice

Record Label: 679 Artists


Kid Kapichi - Death Dips

SHORTLISTED: Best New Director

Director: James Green

DOP: Ben Marshall

Production Company: Ramshackle Productions

Record Label: Unsigned

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