U.K. Spots Grab VES Noms Framestore Up For Third Straight Win

Giardina, Carolyn
January 2005
SHOOT;1/21/2005, Vol. 46 Issue 1, pN.PAG
Trade Publication
Describes the television advertisements created for the British market that will compete for the 2005 Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Commercial. Daniel Kleiman's "Tree" for Johnnie Walker; British Telecom's "Network"; Citroen's "Transformer," directed by Neill Blomkamp.


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