'District 9' wins 11 Key Art Awards


The aliens from Sony's "District 9" scored big during The Hollywood Reporter's 39th annual Key Art Awards.

Honoring the best in movie marketing, Friday's event at Vibiana in downtown Los Angeles saw "District 9" take home 11 awards, including the best-in-show prize for its integrating marketing campaigning as well as three other best-in-show laurels for its outdoor advertising (built around its "Bus Stop for Humans Bus Shelter"), TV spots and digital campaign.

The awards ceremony culminated with Sylvester Stallone receiving the Visionary Award, given annually to a filmmaker who inspires movie marketers.

"At the end of the day, there is no question that Sylvester Stallone delivers great product," THR publisher Lori Burgess said before calling Stallone to the candlelit stage at what once was the altar of the former St. Vibiana Roman Catholic cathedral, which has been converted to a party space. "He's put his stamp on film like very few people of his generation."

Greeting the crowd with a trademark "Yo!," Stallone addressed the assembled marketers, saying, "I really appreciate what you do; you make it all happen." As he readies his latest film, the action ensemble "The Expendables," which Lionsgate is releasing Aug. 13, Stallone confessed that he's something of a late-comer to appreciating the role that marketing plays, saying, "I've gotten so involved in 'The Expendables' campaign, and I wish I'd done it sooner."

While the Visionary Award is in its fourth year -- previous recipients were Robert Rodriguez, Judd Apatow and Sam Raimi -- Friday's festivities saw the introduction of a new, overall award for best integrating marketing.

"We are thrilled to be doing this for the first time," THR editor Elizabeth Guider said before opening the envelope to announce that the campaign on behalf of "District 9" took the prize.

Among the movies that popped up in multiple categories, Disney/Pixar's "Up" captured eight awards, and Warner Bros.' "The Hangover" and Paramount's "Star Trek" took five apiece.

Warners led the way among studios, taking home 14 awards, followed by Sony with 12 kudos and Lionsgate with 11.

Ignition led all agencies with 12 wins for its work on such diverse movies as "District 9," "Precious," "Saw VI," "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" and "Coraline."

Reflecting the popularity of 3D movies, the Key Arts also inaugurated two categories for 3D advertising materials. "Angels & Demons" took honors in the 3D theatrical print category for work done by BLT & Associates, Drissi Creative Studios and Sony. In the home entertainment category, the 3D packaging for "Friday the 13th Uncut and Parts 2-8," created by Soda Design and Paramount Home Entertainment, took the prize.

A complete list of winners follows on the next pages:



BEST IN SHOW WINNERS

Best Integrated Marketing Campaign
District 9, created by multiple vendors, Sony Pictures

Theatrical Print -- Action/Adventure Posters Rated PG-13 and Below
Star Trek: Final One-Sheet, created by BLT & Associates and Paramount Pictures
Creative/design: BLT & Associates
Co-president, marketing, Paramount: Josh Greenstein
Senior vp creative advertising: Amy Mastriona
Director of creative advertising: Abbie Wisdom

Theatrical Print -- Outdoor Advertising
District 9: Bus Stop for Humans Bus Shelter, created by Ignition and Bill Loper/Sony
Art director: Oleg Zatler
Creative director: Jason Lindeman
Copywriter: Abbi Russal
Finisher: Ignition In-House
Account executives: Abbi Russal, Nicole Zuchelli

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Action/Adventure Trailers Rated PG-13 and Below
Star Trek: Domestic Trailer #3, created by Aspect Ratio and Paramount
Co-president domestic marketing, Paramount: Josh Greenstein
VP creative advertising, Paramount: Peter Giannascoli
Creative directors, Aspect Ratio: Justin King-Hall, Shawn Yashar
Editors, Aspect Ratio: Robert Schulze, Eric McCormick
Music supervisor, Aspect Ratio: Jordan Silverburg

Theatrical New Media -- Best Digital Campaign
District 9: District 9 Digital Campaign, created by Sony Pictures, Imageworks Interactive, Trigger, Universal McCann and Sony Pictures
President, worldwide digital marketing: Dwight Caines
VP, digital marketing: Joseph Epstein

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- International Audio/Visual
Inglourious Basterds: Heroes, created by tea:wonderland and Ivan Wormley -- Universal Pictures International
Editor: Paul Spencer
Producer: Rob Darvell
Creative director: Paul Noble
Client, Universal Pictures International, Ivan Wormely
Motion graphics: Anders Bundgaard
Production manager: Lou Frerichs

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Action/Adventure TV Spots Rated R and Above
District 9: "Important Message," created by mOcean and Sony Pictures
Editor: Adam Rosenblatt
Producer: Scott Goldman
Copywriters: Troy Hutchinson, Julie Pittman and Jon Wiley
Designers: Russ Honican, Bruce Allen and Matt Smith

Theatrical Print -- Standee Display
Up: Up Scene Viewer Display, created by Idea Planet, LP and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Creative director: John Sabel
Art directors: Jonny Kwan & Kari Miller
Digital illustrators: Pixar Animation Studios & Daniel Clark & Associates
President: Mike Flecker
Design & manufacturing: Idea Planet, LP & Drissi Creative Studios

Home Entertainment Print -- Animation Packaging
Coraline: Coraline Single Disc and 2 Disc key art and packaging, created by The Refinery and Jamie DeHavilland/Universal Home Entertainment
Stacy Barger, vp creative services
Creative director: Jim Pascoe, Jamie DeHavilland
Creative manager: Alana Worotko
Account executive: Molly Kloss
Art director: Michael Valle, Valinda Ricker, Tatsu Miyoshi

Home Entertainment Print -- Spec.pkg/ boxed sets
Woodstock: Woodstock Tambourine Special Package, created by The Cimarron Group and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment
Senior vp, WBHE: Ardis Rubenstein
Creative director, WBHE: Kim King
Packaging Production manager Warner Bros. Home Entertainment: Christine Monticelli

Home Entertainment -- Drama TV Spots
The Wrestler: "Chant," created by Acme Trailer Company and Fox Searchlight Pictures
Producer, creative development: Leslie Bird
Senior VP creative development: Julie Markell
Producer: Larry Baldauf
Editor: Stephen Grzymala

Home Entertainment -- Trailers
Monsters, Inc: Monster Event, created by Craig Murray Productions Home Entertainment and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
Senior vp worldwide creative services & DVD production, WDSHE: Andy Siditsky
VP production, WDSHE: Robin Greer
Director of production/WDSHE: Lisa Ayala-Williams
WDSHE Production manager: Jim Engelhardt
Creative director: Kathy Kuchta
Producer: Tyler Erskine
Editor: David Mitchell
Art director: James DiGiovanni

Home Entertainment New Media -- Special Recognition -- Most Buzzworthy
Up: Dug Whisperer Widget, created by Deadline Advertising and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
Creative director: Eric Kahn
Producer: Matthew Hockman
Designer: Eugene Kim
Technical lead: Erik Howard



FIRST PLACE WINNERS


Theatrical Print -- Teaser Posters Rated R and Above
Precious: Broken Hand poster, created by Ignition and Lionsgate

Theatrical Print -- Teaser Posters Rated PG-13 and Below
Where The Wild Things Are: Teaser poster, created by Mojo and John Stanford and Blair Rich/Warner Bros.
Creative director: Andrew Percival
Art director: Erik Buckham
Finisher: Chris Mastalir
Copywriter: Rebecca Markham
Client: John Stanford, Blair Rich

Theatrical Print -- Other Print
Coraline: One-Sheets (Alphabet Series), created by Ignition and Blair Green/Focus Features
Stacy Barger, vp creative services
Art director: Tai Yii-Yeh
Creative director: Jason Lindeman
Copywriter: Andrew Tonkin
Copywriter: Ransom Riggs
Account executive/copywriters: Nicole Zuchelli, Abbi Russal
Finisher: Todd Reublin   

Theatrical Print -- In-Theater Print
The Hangover: Banners, created by Crew Creative and Warner Bros.
Executive vp worldwide marketing, Warner Bros.: Blair Rich
Senior vp creative advertising, Warner Bros.: John Stanford
President: Heather Johnson
Creative director: Christopher Ries

Theatrical Print -- Outdoor Advertising
District 9: Bus Stop for Humans Bus Shelter, created by Ignition and Bill Loper/Sony
Art director: Oleg Zatler
Creative director: Jason Lindeman
Copywriter: Abbi Russal
Finisher: Ignition In-House
Account executives: Abbi Russal, Nicole Zuchelli

Theatrical Print -- International Posters
My Bloody Valentine 3D: International Poster, created by Ignition and Lionsgate

Theatrical Print -- Horror Posters
Saw VI: "Gloves" Poster, created by Ignition and Lionsgate
Photo by Tim Palin

Theatrical Print -- Festival Posters
2009 AFM Poster: American Film Market 2009, created by Stockholm Design, Inc. and American Film Market
Creative director: Louise Hammarberg
Creative director: Markus Hammarberg

Theatrical Print -- Electronic Print
Terminator Salvation: Terminator Salvation Motion Poster, created by Art Machine and Warner Bros. Pictures
Executive vp creative advertising: Massey Rafani
Manager, creative advertising: Brian Worsley
Creative/design:Art Machine

Theatrical Print -- Drama Posters Rated R and Above
Precious: "Painting" Poster, created by Ignition and Lionsgate

Theatrical Print -- Drama Posters Rated PG-13 and Below
Tyler Perry's I Can Do Bad All By Myself: "Straw Dogs" Poster, created by Ignition and Lionsgate



Theatrical Print -- Action/Adventure Posters Rated PG-13 and Below
Star Trek: Final One-Sheet, created by BLT & Associates and Paramount Pictures
Creative/design: BLT & Associates
Co-president, marketing, Paramount: Josh Greenstein
Senior vp creative advertising: Amy Mastriona
Director of creative advertising: Abbie Wisdom

Theatrical Print -- Documentary Posters

Food Inc.: Food Inc. One-Sheet, created by The Ant Farm and Buffy Shutt, Participant Media
Art director: Daniel Bieber
Art director: Amy Botello

Theatrical Print -- Comedy Posters Rated R and Above
The Hangover: One Sheet, created by Crew Creative and Warner Bros.
Executive vp worldwide marketing, Warner Bros.: Blair Rich
Senior vp creative advertising, Warner Bros.: John Stanford
President: Heather Johnson
Creative director: Christopher Ries

Theatrical Print -- Comedy Posters Rated PG-13 and Below
(500) Days of Summer: One Sheet, created by Mojo and Debi Struzan and Stephanie Allen/Fox Searchlight
Creative director: Andrew Percival
Art director: Candice Romanelli
Finisher: Myles Robinson
Copywriter: Nick Potter

Theatrical Print -- Best Line
Crank High Voltage: Copyline, created by Ignition and Lionsgate

Theatrical Print -- Animation Posters
Up: Up payoff poster, created by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Creative Print Services and John Sabel, EVP Creative Print Services, The Walt Disney Studios
Creative director: John Sabel   
Art director/ illustrator: Jonny Kwan
Digital illustrator/finisher: Daniel Clark & Associates
Digital illustrator/finisher: Pixar

Theatrical Print -- Action/Adventure Posters Rated R and Above
District 9: One-Sheet (Spaceship/No Humans Allowed), created by Ignition and Bill Loper/Sony
Art director: Ken Choi   
Creative director: Jason Lindeman
Copywriter: Billy Casper
Finisher: John Soltis
Account executive: Abbi Russal
Account executive: Nicole Zuchelli

Theatrical Print -- 3D Print
Angels & Demons: Angels & Demons Lenticular, created by BLT & Associates, Inc. and Drissi Creative Studios /Sony Pictures Entertainment
President worldwide creative advertising: Tommy Gargotta
Senior creative executive: Josh Goldstine
Executive director creative advertising: Tiffany Jamison
VP print advertising: Mark Walker
Director print advertising: Eloise Gomez
Creative/design    BLT & Associates, Inc.
Design, Engineering & Manufacturing: Drissi Creative Studios

Theatrical New Media -- Special Recognition -- Most Buzzworthy
Paranormal Activity: Paranormal Activity, created by Citro Studio Inc. and Paramount Pictures
Senior vp interactive marketing: Amy Powell
VP, interactive marketing: Bryan Warman
Interactive producer: Josh Lawson
Creative director: Shawn Johnson

Theatrical New Media -- Best Website Design
Star Trek: Star Trek Official Site, created by Project C and Paramount Pictures
Creative director: John Cristiano
Art director: Morgan Keep
Lead Flash developer: Andy Schlossberg
Senior VP interactive marketing: Amy Powell
VP interactive marketing: Bryan Warman
Producer: Josh Lawson

Theatrical New Media -- Best Online Banner Advertising

Up: Up Banner Campaign, created by Ignition Interactive and Disney Pixar
VP of digital marketing: Justin Pertschuk
Director of digital marketing: Maris Allen
Ignition Interactive creative director: Evan DeHaven



Theatrical New Media -- Best Digital Campaign
District 9: District 9 Digital Campaign, created by Sony Pictures, Imageworks Interactive, Trigger, Universal McCann and Sony Pictures
President, worldwide digital marketing: Dwight Caines
VP, digital marketing: Joseph Epstein

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- TV Spots Longer or Shorter than :30

Precious: Life, created by Seismic Productions and Lionsgate
Producer: David Schneiderman
Editor: Scott Storm
Creative director: Erin Wyatt
Creative director: Kevin Sewelson
President of marketing: Tim Palen
VP theatrical marketing: Owen Ward
Music supervisor: Jesse Goodwin
Graphics supervisor: Soh Myoung Lee

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Action/Adventure Trailers Rated PG-13 and Below
Star Trek: Domestic Trailer #3, created by Aspect Ratio and Paramount
Co-president domestic marketing, Paramount: Josh Greenstein
VP creative advertising, Paramount: Peter Giannascoli
Creative directors, Aspect Ratio: Justin King-Hall, Shawn Yashar
Editors, Aspect Ratio: Robert Schulze, Eric McCormick
Music supervisor, Aspect Ratio: Jordan Silverburg

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Teaser Trailers Rated R and Above
District 9: Domestic Teaser, created by Create Advertising Group and mOcean and Tommy Gargotta and Bill Loper/Sony

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Teaser Trailers Rated PG-13 and Below
Where the Wild Things Are: Teaser Trailer, created by The Ant Farm and Warner Bros.
Executive vp worldwide marketing: Blair Rich
Senior vp worldwide creative advertising: John Stanford
Creative director: Andy Solomon
Editor: Jennifer Horvath
Copywriter: Gregg Ostrin
Graphics producer: Jon Berkowitz
Art director, design and animation: Becky Owens

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Red Band Trailers

The Hangover: The Hangover Red Band Trailer Revised, created by BLT AV and Warner Bros.
Senior vp, creative advertising, Warner Bros. Pictures: John Stanford
Producer: Paul Rollens
Editor: Ryan Rudd

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Other A/V
The Hangover: Iron Mike Online Teaser, created by BLT AV and Warner Bros.
Senior vp, creative advertising, Warner Bros. Pictures: John Stanford
Producer: Paul Rollens
Editor: Ryan Rudd

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- International Audio/Visual
Inglourious Basterds: Heroes, created by tea:wonderland and Ivan Wormley -- Universal Pictures International
Editor: Paul Spencer
Producer: Rob Darvell
Creative director: Paul Noble
Client, Universal Pictures International, Ivan Wormely
Motion graphics: Anders Bundgaard
Production manager: Lou Frerichs

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Motion Graphics

Inglourious Basterds: Trailer 1, created by Buddha Jones and Weinstein Company
Executive vp creative advertising: Jeff Elefterion
Producer: Jong Long/Jason Chappelle
Editor: Ray Robertson
Art director: Beth Roy
Copywriter: Weinstein Co./Buddha Jones

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Horror TV Spots
The Haunting in Connecticut: Prayer v.5, created by Seismic and Lionsgate
Producer: David Schneiderman
Producer: David Banks
Editor: Greg Krupka
Creative director: Kevin Sewelson
Creative director: Erin Wyatt
Music supervisor: Jesse Goodwin
Graphics supervisor: Jon Teschner

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Horror Trailers
The Haunting in Connecticut: Real, created by Buddha Jones and Lionsgate
Producer: John Long
Editor: Bill Neil
Copywriter: John Long
Art director: Keith Pang
Designer: Chelsea Heneise

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Festival Audio/Visual
Hawaii International Film Festival 2009: Hawaii International Film Festival 2009 Trailer, created by OrangeRoc and Hawaii International Film Festival
Creative director: Melinda Mullis
Copywriter: Miek Schutz
Director-producer: Todd Robertson
Director of photography: Mark Morgan
Digital artists: Brian Barnhart, Chad Robertson
Music: Kevin MacLeod
Production coordinator: Sean Shodahi

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Drama TV Spots Rated R and Above
The Hurt Locker: :30TV, created by Giaronomo Productions and Summit Entertainment
Editors: Chris Devine, Adam Agard
Creative directors: Ron Auerbach, Giacomo Vieste
Studio executive: Tim Sommerfeld
Marketing consultant: Matthew Cohen
President of marketing: Nancy Kirkpatrick
Graphics: Jon Simmons
Copywriter: Matthew Cohen



Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Drama TV Spots Rated PG-13 and Below
Julie & Julia: Fast Food :30, created by The Ant Farm and Columbia Pictures
President of creative advertising: Tommy Gargotta
Senior vp creative advertising: Michael Pavlic
Creative director: Andy Solomon
Editor: Chris Walter
Copywriter: Daniel Winkel
Graphics producer: Jon Berkowitz
Art director, design and animation: Becky Owens

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Drama Trailers Rated R and Above
The Hurt Locker: Domestic Trailer, created by Giaronomo Productions and Summit Entertainment
Editors: Chris Devine, Adam Agard
Creative directors: Ron Auerbach, Giacomo Vieste
Studio executive: Tim Sommerfeld
Marketing consultant: Matthew Cohen
President of marketing: Nancy Kirkpatrick
Graphics: Tom Whitaker
Copywriter: Matthew Cohen

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Drama Trailers Rated PG-13 and Below
Adam: Trailer, created by Motive and Fox Searchlight
Studio creative: Patrick Starr
Studio creative: Stephanie Allen
Studio creative: Flavia Amon
Editor: Michele Manning
Copy: Chris Connors
Music supervisor: Bruce Gilbert
GFX: The Ether

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Action/Adventure TV Spots Rated R and Above
District 9: "Important Message," created by mOcean and Sony Pictures
Editor: Adam Rosenblatt
Producer: Scott Goldman
Copywriters: Troy Hutchinson, Julie Pittman and Jon Wiley
Designers: Russ Honican, Bruce Allen and Matt Smith

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Documentary Audio/Visual
The Cove: Trailer, created by AV Squad and Dennis O'Connor -- Roadside Attractions, Dan Wetherbee
Editor: Seth Gaven
Producer/creative director: Dennis O'Connor/Roadside Attractions

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Comedy TV Spots Rated R and Above
The Men Who Stare At Goats: "Paranormal Goats," created by mOcean and Overture Film
Editors: Greg Harrison, Pablo Proenza
Creative director/copywriter: Jackson George
Producer: Richard Redfield
Visual effects: Quico Encinias
Production company: Lodger Films
President of marketing: Peter Adee, Overture Films

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Comedy TV Spots Rated PG-13 and Below
(500) Days of Summer: Boy Meets Girl, created by Mark Woollen & Associates and Fox Searchlight Pictures
Creative director: Mark Woollen
Producer: Sohini Sengupta
Editor: Ben Jackson
Editor: Jessica Murray
Editor: Dylan O'Neil
Executive vp creative advertising: Stephanie Allen
VP creative advertising: Patrick Starr
VP creative advertising: Flavia Amon

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Comedy Trailers Rated R and Above
A Serious Man: Trailer 3, created by Mark Woollen & Associates and Focus Features
Creative director: Myles Bender
Creative director: Mark Woollen
Producer: Scott Mitsui
Editor: Ben Jackson
Motion graphics designer: Ralf Leeb

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Comedy Trailers Rated PG-13 and Below
(500) Days Of Summer: Trailer, created by Mark Woollen & Associates and Fox Searchlight Pictures
Creative director: Mark Woollen
Producer: Sohini Sengupta
Editorsm Chad Misners, Ben Jackson
Motion graphics designers: Ralf Leeb, Rahel Toenz
Executive vp creative advertising & new media: Stephanie Allen
VP creative advertising: Patrick Starr
VP creative advertising: Flavia Amon

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Best Line
Crank: High Voltage: "Try Anything," created by mOcean and Lionsgate
Copywriter: John Lucanic
Producer: Scott Goldman
Editor: John Lucanic
Designer: Russ Honican

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Animation TV Spots
Up: Adventure, created by Trailer Park and Walt Disney Studios
Editor: Rich Valois
Producer: Tim O'Neil
Senior vp creative film services, the Walt Disney Co.: Joe Tamusaitis
Associate creative director, motion graphics: Jake Black
Graphic designer: Tres-e Tamandong
Graphic designer: Carl Bogan



Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Animation Trailers
Up: Domestic Trailer -- Taking Off, created by Create Advertising Group and Joe Tamusaitis/The Walt Disney Co.
Editor: Rich Valois
Producer: Tim O'Neil
Creative director: Shawn Ferjanec
Senior vp creative film services, the Walt Disney Co.: Joe Tamusaitis
Creative director, motion graphics: Helen Greene
Graphic designer: Jake Black

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Action/Adventure TV Spots Rated PG-13 and Below
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Revenge: Superbowl, created by Ignition
Co-president, marketing: Josh Greenstein
VP creative advertising: Peter Giannascoli
Creative director: Martin Kistler
Producer-editor: Doug Brandt
Editor: Goktug Sarioz

Theatrical Audio/Visual -- Action/Adventure Trailers Rated R and Above
District 9: Domestic Trailer #3 -Warning, created by Create Advertising Group and Tommy Gargotta and Bill Loper/Sony
Editor: Nick Weiss
Producer: Carrie Gormley
President, worldwide creative advertising: Tommy Gargotta
Executive vp creative advertising: Bill Loper

Home Entertainment Print -- Other Home Entertainment Print
Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs: Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs Limited Edition Diamond Collector's Set, created by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment & Andy Engel Design and Andy Siditsky, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment

Home Entertainment Print -- Horror Packaging
Trick R Treat: Trick R Treat Key Art and Package Design, created by The Refinert and Traci Carroll/Warner Premiere
Creative director: Traci Carroll, Jim Pascoe
Creative supervisor: Jennifer Sheck
Account executive: Molly Kloss
Art director: Tatsu Miyoshi
Director of packaging: Rebecca Nelson

Home Entertainment Print -- Animation Packaging
Coraline: Coraline Single Disc and 2 Disc key art and packaging, created by The Refinery and Jamie DeHavilland/Universal Home Entertainment
Stacy Barger, vp creative services
Creative director: Jim Pascoe, Jamie DeHavilland
Creative manager: Alana Worotko
Account executive: Molly Kloss
Art director: Michael Valle, Valinda Ricker, Tatsu Miyoshi

Home Entertainment Print -- Drama Packaging
Twilight: Twilight Border's Packaging, created by The Cimarron Group and Summit Entertainment
Senior vp, Summit Entertainment Marketing creative services: Jennifer Dunlap
Senior vp, Summit Home Entertainment Marketing: T. J. Moffett

Home Entertainment Print -- Documentary Packaging
Food Inc.: Food Inc. DVD Packaging, created by The Ant Farm and Randy Wells & Christina Mancebo -- Magnolia Home Entertainment

Home Entertainment Print -- Comedy Packaging
Miss March: Miss March -- Home Entertainment, created by Art Machine and Leigh McFarren/Fox Home Entertainment
Director of creative development: Leigh McFarren
Creative/design: Art Machine

Home Entertainment Print -- Catalog Titles Packaging
Woodstock: Woodstock Fringe Package, created by The Cimarron Group and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment
Senior vp, WBHE: Ardis Rubenstein
Creative director, WBHE: Kim King
Packaging Production manager Warner Bros. Home Entertainment: Christine Monticelli

Home Entertainment Print -- Action/Adventure Packaging
Watchmen: The Ultimate Cut, created by Neuron Syndicate and Warner Home Video
Creative director: Sean Alatorre, Ryan Cramer
Client: Pamela Duell
VP creative advertising: Jennifer Jones



Home Entertainment Print -- Spec.pkg/ boxed sets
Woodstock: Woodstock Tambourine Special Package, created by The Cimarron Group and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment
Senior vp, WBHE: Ardis Rubenstein
Creative director, WBHE: Kim King
Packaging Production manager Warner Bros. Home Entertainment: Christine Monticelli

Home Entertainment Print -- 3D Print

Friday the 13th Uncut & Parts 2-8: Friday the 13th Parts 1-8 3D lenticular DVD packaging, created by Soda Design and Mike Grembowicz/Paramount Home Entertainment
Executive vp, worldwide creative services: Michele Bell
Director of creative services: Mike Grembowicz
Designer: Louis Falzarano
Lenticulars: Virtual Images

Home Entertainment New Media -- Best Online Banner Advertising
Up: Nick.com Rich Media Pushdown banner, created by Deadline Advertising and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
Creative director: Eric Kahn
Producer: Matthew Hockman
Designer: Eugene Kim

Home Entertainment New Media -- Special Recognition -- Most Buzzworthy
Up: Dug Whisperer Widget, created by Deadline Advertising and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
Creative director: Eric Kahn
Producer: Matthew Hockman
Designer: Eugene Kim
Technical lead: Erik Howard

Home Entertainment -- Video Box Animation
X-Men Origins: Wolverine: DVD Release -- Claw Tear, created by Interlace Media and 20th Century Fox
Executive producer: Brady Beaubien
Creative director: Brandon Peterson

Home Entertainment -- Horror TV Spots
Friday the 13th: "More Terror" :30, created by Aspect Ratio and Michael Dixon, Warner Bros Home Entertainment
Creative director, Aspect Ratio: Lisa Feldman
Producer, Aspect Ratio: Steve Harris
Editor: Justin Canada
Motion graphics: Carla Kaun
Copywriter: Patrick Ritchie

Home Entertainment -- DVD Menu Design
District 9: District 9 Blu-ray Menus, created by Trailer Park and Sony
Producer: Winnie Cheung
Senior art director: Lynn Phillips
Executive producer: Kevin Van Belois

Home Entertainment -- Drama TV Spots
The Wrestler: "Chant," created by Acme Trailer Company and Fox Searchlight Pictures
Producer, creative development: Leslie Bird
Senior VP creative development: Julie Markell
Producer: Larry Baldauf
Editor: Stephen Grzymala

Home Entertainment -- Comedy TV Spots
The Hangover: What you don't get in theaters, created by BLT AV and Warner Bros.
Creative director, WBHV: Michael Dixon
Producer: Paul Rollens
Editor: Amy Reeves

Home Entertainment -- Animation TV Spots
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs: "Finally," created by Open Road Entertainment and Jeremy Gershman -- Producer & Julie Markell -- SVP/20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Creative director: Dana Flowers
Editor: Kris McDonald
Graphics: Ward Bank
Producer: Cecilia Ussher
Copywriter: Michael Berlly
Music supervisor: Joe Pistoresi
Narrator: Tony Rodgers

Home Entertainment -- Action/Adventure TV Spots
The Spirit: "Little Sin," created by Big Boss Creative and Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Director A/V Lionsgate: George Bolling
Producer: Shawn Austin
Editor: Jeff Hinman
Graphic design: Ryan Gold/Jason Phipps
Writer: Bryan Parril
Online editor: Christian Adam Cravens
Online producer: Gil Hizon

Home Entertainment -- Trailers
Monsters, Inc: Monster Event, created by Craig Murray Productions Home Entertainment and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
Senior vp worldwide creative services & DVD production, WDSHE: Andy Siditsky
VP production, WDSHE: Robin Greer
Director of production/WDSHE: Lisa Ayala-Williams
WDSHE Production manager: Jim Engelhardt
Creative director: Kathy Kuchta
Producer: Tyler Erskine
Editor: David Mitchell
Art director: James DiGiovanni
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