Awards for 2014

Golden Trailer

Best Sound Editing

WINNER

NOMINEES

The Bureau: XCOM Declassified: (2K Games, Team One Media Group)
For the trailer "The Burn Room".

Godzilla: (Warner Bros., Trailer Park)
For the second theatrical trailer entitled "Ravaged/Event".


Best Original Score

WINNER

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: (Lionsgate, Carve Productions)
For the fourth theatrical trailer.

NOMINEES

The Bureau: XCOM Declassified: (2K Games, Team One Media Group)
For the trailer entitled "The Burn Room".



Mr. Peabody & Sherman: (Twentieth Century Fox, Buddha Jones)
For the first theatrical trailer "Who's the Dog?".

Best Music

WINNER

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty: (Twentieth Century Fox, Transit)
For the Of Monsters and Men song "Dirty Paws" in the first theatrical trailer.

NOMINEES

300: Rise of an Empire: (Warner Bros., Mob Scene)
For the music in the first theatrical trailer.

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom: (Weinstein Company, The, AV Squad, The)
For the U2 song "Ordinary Love" in the trailer entitled "Love".

Out of the Furnace: (Relativity Media, Ignition Creative)
For the music in the first theatrical trailer.

You're Next: (Lionsgate, AV Squad, The)
For the music in the first theatrical trailer.

Best Documentary

WINNER

NOMINEES


Island of Lemurs: Madagascar: (Warner Bros., Mob Scene)
For the first trailer "Into Your Heart".

Salinger: (Weinstein Company, The, Creative Movie Marketing)
For the first trailer "Biggest Secret".

The Unknown Known: (RADiUS-TWC, Mark Woolen & Associates)
For the first theatrical trailer.

Best Documentary Poster

WINNER

Best Foreign Animation/Family Trailer

WINNER

NOMINEES



Tarzan: (Constantin Film Produktion, Refinery, The)
For the second trailer - theatrical trailer.

The Wind Rises: (Studio Canal, Editors, The)
For the 'UK Trailer".

Best Foreign Documentary Trailer

WINNER

NOMINEES


Cyber-Seniors: (Best Part Productions, Aspect Ratio)
For the theatrical trailer entitled "Connection".


Best Foreign Poster

WINNER

NOMINEES


Best Foreign Comedy Trailer

WINNER

Hector and the Search for Happiness: (Bankside Films, Zealot Productions)
For the international theatrical trailer.

NOMINEES




Best Foreign Graphics in a Trailer

WINNER

Best Foreign Action Trailer

WINNER

The Protector 2: (Magnet Releasing, AV Squad, The)
For the theatrical trailer entitled "Revenge".

NOMINEES




Stalingrad: (Sony Pictures International, mOcean)
For the theatrical trailer entitled "Sacrifice".

Best Foreign Drama

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Foreign Romance Trailer

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Foreign Horror/Thriller Trailer

WINNER

NOMINEES

In Fear: (Studio Canal, Editors, The)
For the UK trailer.



Most Original Foreign Trailer

WINNER

NOMINEES




Trashiest Poster

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Action

WINNER

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: (Lionsgate, Trailer Park)
For the trailer "World Event".

NOMINEES

Brick Mansions: (Relativity Media, Ignition Creative)
For the trailer "Clash".


Edge of Tomorrow: (Warner Bros. Pictures, Wild Card)
For the first theatrical trailer "Believe Again".

Star Trek Into Darkness: (Paramount Pictures, Transit)
For the first theatrical trailer "Illusion".

Best Comedy

WINNERS

Bad Words: (Focus Features, Mark Woolen & Associates)
For the first redband trailer.

Bad Words: J.D. Funari (trailer editor), Scott Mitsui (trailer producer) (Focus Features, Mark Woolen & Associates)
For "Red Band Trailer 1"

NOMINEES


Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues: (Paramount Pictures, Creative Buzz Industries)
For the second trailer - first theatrical trailer.


Neighbors: (Universal Pictures, Workhouse Creative)
For the fourth trailer.

Best Romance

WINNER

NOMINEES

Before Midnight: (Sony Pictures Classics, Grossmyth Company, The)
For the domestic theatrical trailer.


Her: (Warner Bros., Creative Movie Marketing)
For the first theatrical trailer.

Best Motion/Title Graphics

WINNER

Transcendence: (Warner Bros., Buddha Jones)
For the second theatrical trailer entitled "Singularity".

NOMINEES

Avengers: Age of Ultron: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, mOcean)
For the announcement trailer "Reveal".

Kite: (Weinstein Company, The, Buddha Jones)
For the theatrical trailer entitled "Revenge".

Rush: (Universal Pictures, AV Squad, The)
For the second theatrical trailer.

Transcendence: (Warner Bros., Buddha Jones)
For the first theatrical trailer entitled "It's Me".

Best Independent Poster

WINNER

12 Years a Slave: (Fox Searchlight Pictures, Ignition Creative)
For the theatrical release poster.

NOMINEES



Best Drama Poster

WINNER

NOMINEES


The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: (Lionsgate, Ignition Creative)
For the "Katniss Teaser Payoff" poster.

Best Viral Video or Campaign

WINNER

Muppets Most Wanted: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Buddha Jones)
- "Watched the Commercials Extended Online".

NOMINEES

Epic: (Twentieth Century Fox, Toy Box Entertainment)
- "Mub's YouTube Unskippable".

Frozen: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Trailer Park)
- "Olaf-a-Lots International and Domestic Online Series".


The Nut Job: (Open Road Films, Aspect Ratio)
- "Twas the Nut Before Christmas".

Best Drama

WINNER

NOMINEES

American Hustle: (Columbia Pictures, Flyer Entertainment)
For the second theatrical trailer.

Lone Survivor: (Universal Pictures, Wild Card)
For the first theatrical trailer.

Rush: (Universal Pictures, Mark Woolen & Associates)
For the first trailer - international trailer.

The Wolf of Wall Street: (Paramount Pictures, Buddha Jones)
For the second trailer "Become".

Best Thriller

WINNER

Gravity: (Warner Bros., mOcean)
For the second theatrical trailer entitled "Detached".

NOMINEES

The East: (Fox Searchlight Pictures, AV Squad, The)
For the teaser trailer.

Non-Stop: (Universal Pictures, Giaranamo Productions)
For the domestic theatrical trailer.


Best Vine

WINNER

Sabotage: (Open Road Films, Buddha Jones)
For the Vine video "Kill #18".

NOMINEES

Sabotage: (Open Road Films, Buddha Jones)
For the Vine video "Kill #19".

Sabotage: (Open Road Films, Buddha Jones)
For the Vine video "Kill #22".

Sabotage: (Open Road Films, Buddha Jones)
For the Vine video "Kill #39".

Best Motion Poster

WINNER

NOMINEES

Frozen: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Refinery, The)
For the "Character LOS" motion poster.


Best International Poster

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Fantasy Adventure

WINNER

Maleficent: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Open Road Entertainment)
For the trailer featuring Lana Del Rey's version of "Once Upon a Dream".

NOMINEES

300: Rise of an Empire: (Warner Bros., Mob Scene)
For the first trailer "Vengeance".


The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: (Lionsgate, Carve Productions)
For the second theatrical trailer.

Star Trek Into Darkness: (Paramount Pictures, AV Squad, The)
For the third theatrical trailer "Destiny".

Most Innovative Advertising for a Video Game

WINNER

Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z: (Buddha Jones)
- "Load of S**t".

Best Summer 2014 Blockbuster Poster

WINNER

Godzilla: (Warner Bros., Ignition Creative)
For the first theatrical release poster featuring U.S. Army soldiers falling down from the sky, overlooking the backside of Godzilla.

NOMINEES

The Expendables 3: (Lionsgate, Ignition Creative)
For the "Stallone Teaser Poster".

Godzilla: (Warner Bros., Ignition Creative)
For the teaser poster.

Godzilla: (Warner Bros., Ignition Creative)
For the second theatrical release poster Godzilla rampaging San Francisco.

Best Animation/Family Poster

WINNER

Despicable Me 2: (Universal Pictures, Ignition Creative)
For the "Side by Side Billboard" poster.

NOMINEES

The Boxtrolls: (Focus Features, Ignition Creative)
For the teaser poster.


Best Pre-Show Theatrical Advertising for a Brand

WINNER

NOMINEES

Epic: (Twentieth Century Fox, Toy Box Entertainment)
For the "Regal Cellphone Policy" theater commercial.

(Fox Searchlight Pictures, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, Create Advertising Group)
For the "Fox Searchlight Pictures 20th Anniversary Trailer".

Frozen: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Trailer Park)
For the theater commercial "Popcorn :30".

Mr. Peabody & Sherman: (Twentieth Century Fox, Toy Box Entertainment)
For the "Odeon Premier Club" theater commercial.

Best Teaser Poster

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Summer 2014 Blockbuster Trailer

NOMINEES


Godzilla: (Warner Bros., Trailer Park)
For the second theatrical trailer entitled "Ravaged/Event".

Edge of Tomorrow: (Warner Bros., AV Squad, The)
For the second theatrical trailer entitled "Converge Trailer".


X-Men: Days of Future Past: (Twentieth Century Fox, Mob Scene)
For the first theatrical trailer entitled "Remember".

Best Video Game Poster

WINNER

Best Thriller Poster

WINNER

You're Next: (Lionsgate, Ignition Creative)
For the Comic Con poster.

NOMINEES

Nurse 3D: (Lionsgate, Ignition Creative)
For the "Final Payoff Poster".


The Purge: (Universal Pictures, Ignition Creative)
For the "Shield One-Sheet".

Best Video Game

NOMINEES


Batman: Arkham Origins: (WB Games UK, Hammer Creative)
For the "Gamescom Trailer".

The Bureau: XCOM Declassified: (2K Games, Team One Media Group)
For the trailer entitled "The Burn Room".

Thief: (Square Enix, Hammer Creative)
For the "Launch Trailer".

Watch Dogs: (Ubisoft Entertainment, Buddha Jones)
For the "Accolade Trailer".

Most Original Poster

WINNER

You're Next: (Lionsgate, Ignition Creative)
For the "Graffiti Billboard" poster.

NOMINEES


The Place Beyond the Pines: (Focus Features, Ignition Creative)
For the "Teaser One-Sheet" poster.

Best Action Poster

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best in Show

WINNER

Gravity: (Warner Bros., mOcean)
For the second theatrical trailer "Detached".

NOMINEES

12 Years a Slave: (Fox Searchlight Pictures, Ignition Creative)
For the official theatrical trailer.

Frozen: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Trailer Park)
- "For the First Time in Forever" trailer.

Rush: (Universal Pictures, AV Squad, The)
For the second theatrical trailer.

American Hustle: (Columbia Pictures, Flyer Entertainment)
For the second theatrical trailer entitled "Hustle".

The Don LaFontaine Award for Best Voice Over

NOMINEE

Most Innovative Advertising for a Feature Film

WINNER

The Wolf of Wall Street: (Paramount Pictures, Comedy Central)
For the commercial "Marty Party".

NOMINEES


You're Next: (Lionsgate, Ignition Creative)
For the "Graffiti Billboard" poster.

You're Next: (Lionsgate, Ignition Creative)
For the "Photobomb Outdoor" poster.

Best Animation/Family

WINNER

Frozen: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Trailer Park)
- "For the First Time in Forever" trailer.

NOMINEES

How to Train Your Dragon 2: (Twentieth Century Fox, Aspect Ratio)
For the final theatrical trailer "Master".

The Lego Movie: (Warner Bros., Transit)
For the second theatrical trailer "The Special".

Muppets Most Wanted: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Buddha Jones)
For the main theatrical trailer "The Switch".

Rio 2: (Twentieth Century Fox, Wild Card)
For the trailer "Survive".

Best Independent Trailer

WINNERS

Dallas Buyers Club: (Focus Features, Mark Woolen & Associates)
For the first theatrical trailer.

NOMINEES



Only God Forgives: (Lionsgate, Empire Design)
For the trailer "Brother".

Simon Killer: (IFC Films, Mark Woolen & Associates)
For the first theatrical trailer.

Simon Killer: J.D. Funari (trailer editor), Scott Mitsui (trailer editor) (IFC Films, Mark Woolen & Associates)
For "Trailer 1"

Most Original Trailer

WINNER

This Is the End: (Columbia Pictures, Vibe Creative)
For the "April Fools Trailer".

NOMINEES


Gravity: (Warner Bros., mOcean)
For the second theatrical trailer entitled "Detached".

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty: (Twentieth Century Fox, Transit)
For the first theatrical trailer entitled "Go/Cloud".

Transcendence: (Warner Bros., Buddha Jones)
For the first theatrical trailer entitled "It's Me".

Best Romance Poster

WINNER

NOMINEES


The Single Moms Club: (Lionsgate, Ignition Creative)
For the "Final Payoff Poster".

Best Standee for a Feature Film

WINNER

Despicable Me 2: (Universal Pictures, Ignition Creative)
For the "Whack-a-Minion Standee".

NOMINEES


Best Horror Poster

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Wildposts

WINNER

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: (Lionsgate, Ignition Creative)
For the "Teaser Outdoor" poster.

NOMINEES



Trashiest Trailer

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Comedy Poster

WINNER

Neighbors: (Universal Pictures, Ignition Creative)
For the teaser poster.

NOMINEES



Most Innovative Advertising for a Brand/Product

WINNER

The Lego Movie: (Warner Bros., Aspect Ratio)
For the mini behind the scenes video "Behind the Bricks".

NOMINEES

Alice & the Giant Emptiness: (Solid State, The)
- "Tales of the One in Ten".


(20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, Buddha Jones)
For the Fox Digital HD home video commercial "Always Be There".

Best Horror

WINNER

The Conjuring: (Warner Bros., Buddha Jones)
For the trailer "Case".

NOMINEES


Oculus: (Relativity Media, mOcean)
For the trailer "Past/Present".

Open Grave: (Tribeca Film, Picture Production Company)
For the domestic trailer.

Best Music TV Spot

WINNER

Frozen: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Trailer Park)
For the "Disney's Frozen Holiday Trailer - 'Let It Go' Review" commercial.

NOMINEES


Maleficent: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Open Road Entertainment)
For the Maleficent TV commercial "Once Upon a Dream" performed by Lana Del Rey.

Rush: (Universal Pictures, AV Squad, The)
For the TV commercial entitled "Mark".

You're Next: (Lionsgate, AV Squad, The)
For the TV commercial entitled "Big Animals Countdown".

Best Documentary TV Spot

WINNER

The Armstrong Lie: (Sony Pictures Classics, 3-OH!-5 Creative Advertising Inc.)
For the TV commercial entitled "Ride 60".

NOMINEE

Bears: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Disneynature, Toy Box Entertainment)
For the TV commercial entitled "Ultimate Fight".

Best Foreign TV Spot

WINNER

The Wind Rises: (Studio Ghibli, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Trailer Park)
For the TV commercial entitled "Hayao Miyazaki - Visionary 30".

NOMINEES


The Wind Rises: (Studio Ghibli, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Trailer Park)
For the TV commercial entitled "Spirit ND 30".

Best Independent TV Spot

WINNER

12 Years a Slave: (Fox Searchlight Pictures, Ignition Creative)
For the TV commercial entitled "Fight Back".

NOMINEES

The Bling Ring: (A24, 3-OH!-5 Creative Advertising Inc.)
For the TV commercial entitled "Roster".

Mud: (Roadside Attractions, AV Squad, The)
For the TV commercial entitle "Performance".

Sabotage: (Open Road Entertainment, Buddha Jones)
For the TV commercial entitled 'Weapons".

The Way Way Back: (Fox Searchlight Pictures, Creative Movie Marketing)
For the TV commercial entitled "Joyous Review".

Most Original TV Spot

WINNER

Muppets Most Wanted: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Buddha Jones)
For the TV commercial entitled "Across the Internet".

NOMINEES

The Amazing Spider-Man 2: (Columbia Pictures, AV Squad, The)
For the TV commercial entitled "Alert International".

Lee Daniels' The Butler: (Weinstein Company, The, Seismic Productions)
For the TV commercial entitled "Ignite :45".

The Lego Movie: (Warner Bros., Aspect Ratio)
For the TV commercial entitled "Something for Everyone".

Best Romance TV Spot

WINNER

The Great Gatsby: (Warner Bros., Wild Card)
For the TV commercial entitled "You and Me".

NOMINEES

About Time: (Universal Pictures, Seismic Productions)
For the TV commercial entitled "Beginning".

Her: (Warner Bros., Creative Movie Marketing)
For the TV commercial entitled "Photograph".

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: (Lionsgate, Carve Productions)
For the TV commercial entitled "We Remain".

That Awkward Moment: (Focus Features, Creative Workshop)
For the TV commercial entitled "Do Anything".

Best Animation/Family TV Spot

WINNER

The Lego Movie: (Warner Bros., Transit)
For the TV commercial entitled "Special Cast".

NOMINEES

Despicable Me 2: (Universal Pictures, Creative Workshop)
For the TV commercial entitled "Chicken Revised".

Frozen: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Trailer Park)
For the TV commercial entitled "Cheek :30".

The Lego Movie: (Warner Bros., Aspect Ratio)
For the TV commercial entitled "Who Are You?".

Mr. Peabody & Sherman: (Twentieth Century Fox, Buddha Jones)
For the TV commercial entitled "Who's the Dog?"

Best Fantasy/Adventure TV Spot

WINNER

Star Trek Into Darkness: (Paramount Pictures, AV Squad, The)
For the TV commercial entitled "Go: 30".

NOMINEES

300: Rise of an Empire: (Warner Bros., Mob Scene)
For the TV commercial entitled "War Revised".


The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: (Lionsgate, Carve Productions)
For the TV commercial entitled "Atlas".

Maleficent: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Open Road Entertainment)
For the TV commercial "Once Upon a Dream performed by Lana Del Rey".

Best Action TV Spot

WINNER

NOMINEES


Godzilla: (Warner Bros., Aspect Ratio)
For the TV commercial entitled "Fight".

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: (Lionsgate, Carve Productions)
For the TV commercial entitled "Let It Fly".

Best Thriller TV Spot

WINNER

Gravity: (Warner Bros., mOcean)
For the TV commercial entitled "No Escape".

NOMINEES

The East: (Fox Searchlight Pictures, Big Picture)
For the TV commercial entitled "Black Widow".

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit: (Paramount Pictures, AV Squad, The)
For the TV commercial entitled "Fight".

Prisoners: (Warner Bros., mOcean)
For the TV commercial entitled "Day 6".

World War Z: (Paramount Pictures, AV Squad, The)
For the TV commercial entitled "Dark Review".

Best Comedy TV Spot

WINNER

Neighbors: (Universal Pictures, Creative Workshop)
For the TV commercial entitled "Mad Neighbors".

NOMINEES

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues: (Paramount Pictures, Trailer Park)
For the TV commercial "Guess Who 30".

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa: (Paramount Pictures, Ignition Creative)
For the TV commercial entitled "Revolution".

The Heat: (Twentieth Century Fox, Open Road Entertainment)
For the TV commercial entitled "Unstoppable".

We're the Millers: (Warner Bros., New Line Cinema, Trailer Park)
For the TV commercial entitled "Not Related 30".

Best Horror TV Spot

WINNER

The Conjuring: (Warner Bros., Transit)
For the TV commercial entitled "Event Review".

NOMINEES

Insidious: Chapter 2: (FilmDistrict, Seismic Productions)
For the TV commercial entitled "Reborn 30".

The Purge: (Relativity Media, mOcean)
For the TV commercial entitled "Portal".

The Purge: (Universal Pictures)
For the TV commercial entitled "Crime".

You're Next: (Lionsgate, AV Squad, The)
For the TV commercial entitled "Big Animals Countdown :90".

Best Voice Over TV Spot

WINNER

NOMINEES

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues: (Paramount Pictures, Trailer Park)
For the TV commercial entitled "Alert International".

The Conjuring: (Warner Bros., Aspect Ratio)
For the TV commercial entitled "Scary Review".

Muppets Most Wanted: (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Buddha Jones)
For the TV commercial entitled "Confusing Plot".

Rush: (Universal Pictures, Studio Canal, Editors, The)
For the TV commercial entitled "20 Action".

Best Summer Blockbuster 2014 TV Spot

WINNER

Godzilla: (Warner Bros., Aspect Ratio)
For the TV commercial entitled "Fight".

NOMINEES

The Amazing Spider-Man 2: (Columbia Pictures, Create Advertising Group)
For the TV commercial entitled "Glory".

The Amazing Spider-Man 2: (Columbia Pictures, AV Squad, The)
For the Super Bowl TV commercial.

Godzilla: (Warner Bros., Open Road Entertainment)
For the TV commercial entitled "Calling".

Transformers: Age of Extinction: (Paramount Pictures, Creative Buzz Industries)
For the TV commercial entitled "Prepare".

Best Drama TV Spot

WINNER

Rush: (Universal Pictures, AV Squad, The)
For the TV commercial entitled "Mark:60".

NOMINEES

12 Years a Slave: (Fox Searchlight Pictures, Ignition Creative)
For the TV commercial entitled "Fight Back".

Captain Phillips: (Columbia Pictures, Creative Workshop)
For the TV commercial entitled "Sound Review".

Gravity: (Warner Bros., mOcean)
For the TV commercial entitled "Fear Itself".

Noah: (Paramount Pictures, Big Picture)
For the TV commercial entitled "Storm".

Best Graphics in a TV Spot

WINNER

The Grand Budapest Hotel: (Fox Searchlight Pictures, Giaranamo Productions)
For the TV commercial entitled "30TV Dynamite".

NOMINEES

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2: (Columbia Pictures, Toy Box Entertainment)
For the TV commercial entitled "Lipsmacking".

Gravity: (Warner Bros., Buddha Jones)
For the TV commercial entitled "Shuttle Review".


Runner Runner: (Twentieth Century Fox, Refinery, The)
For the TV commercial entitled "Ben Cast".

Best Video Game TV Spot

WINNER

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls: (Blizzard Entertainment, Carve Productions)
For the TV commercial entitled "Face Off".

Golden Fleece

WINNER

NOMINEES


Homefront: (Open Road, Buddha Jones)
For the theatrical trailer entitled "House".

Oldboy: (FilmDistrict, Ignition Creative)
For the "Mystery Redband Trailer".

Don LaFontaine Award for Best Voice Over

WINNER

The Heat: (Twentieth Century Fox, Big Picture)
For the trailer "Can You Dig It?"

NOMINEES

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues: (Paramount Pictures, Trailer Park)
For the first theatrical trailer entitled "New Decade".

Don Jon: (Relativity Media, Mark Woolen & Associates)
For the first theatrical trailer.


Nebraska: (Paramount Pictures, Mark Woolen & Associates)
For the first theatrical trailer.

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