Inside The Hollywood Reporter's Key Art Awards 2013
12:01 PM PDT 10/25/2013 by THR Staff
Stan Lee and Hans Zimmer were honored with special awards while the cream of the entertainment advertising and communications industry were recognized for their work. The event, hosted by Carol Leifer, is presented by THR and the Clio Awards.
Stan Lee was honored at The Hollywood Reporter and Clio Awards' Key Art Awards, the entertainment advertising and communications industry's Oscars equivalent.
Lynne Segall and Stan Lee
Lynne Segall, publisher, senior vp of The Hollywood Reporter, posed with Key Art honoree Stan Lee.
The Hollywood event, held at the TLC Chinese Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 24, was hosted by Carol Leifer.
Clark Gregg gave a smart tribute to Stan Lee, a Key Art honoree. "Beyond the extraordinary powers and interdimensional conflicts of Stan's characters, it's the frailty and everyday crises with which we all can identify that has so endeared them to the whole world, in comic books, television, video games, pajamas and the next 100 mediums they have yet to invent," said Gregg.
Key Art Honoree
In his remarks, Key Art honoree Stan Lee said: "To receive an honor that Hans Zimmer got -- I am incredibly flattered."
Zack Snyder presented Key Art honoree Hans Zimmer with a special award.
Zack Snyder gave a special award to composer Hans Zimmer, who said, "My daughter … it's all for her."
'Call of Duty'
Ant Farm accepted the Innovative Media award for Call of Duty.
'Sons of Anarchy'
Arsonal was presented with the Print and Print Technique Campaign and Photography award for Sons of Anarchy's sixth season.
AV Squad won the AV Technique Music award for its work on the film 42.
'Wolverine,' 'Zero Dark Thirty,' 'The Croods'
BLT Communications was honored with the Print Domestic One-Sheet award and the Motion Picture award for Wolverine, Zero Dark Thirty and The Croods.
Dan Zimmerman of Tomy Advertising Inc. posed with his new piece of hardware.
David Rohm of Trailer Park was all smiles with his guest at the Thursday night event.
Emmanuel Saccoccini of Unit 9 mugged for the cameras with his new trophy.
'American Horror Story'
FX Network accepted the Integrated Campaign and Engagement Experiential award for American Horror Story.
'American Horror Story'
Another member of the FX team stepped to the podium to accept the Integrated Campaign and Engagement Experiential award for American Horror Story.
'Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection'
Gnah Studios Inc. accepted the Packaging: Box Set Packaging award for Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection.
'Despicable Me 2'
Grand winner Universal Pictures accepted the Integrated Campaign award for Despicable Me 2.
'Wolf of Wall Street'
Grand winners Industry Creative were honored with the Audio/Visual Teaser award for Wolf of Wall Street.
'The Hobbit,' 'The Man With the Iron Fists'
Ignition accepted the Key Art award for Print Campaigns for The Hobbit and The Man With the Iron Fists.
'Man of Steel'
Jen Horvath was awarded the AV Technique Music trophy for Man of Steel.
Justin Erikson and Paige Reynolds
Justin Erickson and Paige Reynolds of Phantom City Creative posed with their awards.
Aspect Ratio's Kevin Conlon smiled for the photogs.
'Tarantino XX: 8-Film Collection'
Lionsgate accepted the Packaging: Box Set Packaging award for Tarantino XX: 8-Film Collection.
Melissa and Doug Karo
Conan's Melissa Karo and Doug Karo.
Netflix and Ignition were awarded with the Integrated Campaign award for Arrested Development.
'Life of Pi'
Soap Creative was honored with the Digital Microsite/Website award for Life of Pi.
Stan Lee and Carol Leifer
Key Art honoree Stan Lee posed for photos on the red carpet with the evening's host, Carol Leifer.
'Despicable Me 2'
The Branding Farm was given the Innovative Media award for Despicable Me 2.
'Despicable Me 2,' 'Ender's Game'
Tomy Advertising Inc. was given the Display Standee award for Despicable Me 2 and Ender's Game.
'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty'
Transit accepted the AV Technique Music award for TheSecret Life of Walter Mitty.
Turner Entertainment Networks won Gold for in the Engagement Experiential category for Occupy Conan, one of whose makers credited sponsor Volkswagen for letting the Conan team get riskily experimental.
"They kind of just dived in and thought the fans would find us, and they did," said the winner. "I'd like to thank the fans for all your creativity and strangeness."
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