CAA Marketing and Macy's Win 2015 Daytime Emmys

Dolby Film and Annual Thanksgiving Parade Are Among This Year's Winners

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At the 2015 Daytime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles this weekend, CAA Marketing nabbed a pair of Emmys for its work on the Dolby-sponsored short film "Silent."

The film, about father-daughter street performers who encounter a magical machine that allows them to merge sound, picture and adventure, earned the nod for Outstanding Special Class Animated Program and Outstanding Directing in an Animated Program. It was directed by Limbert Fabian and Brandon Oldenburg of Moonbot Studios, who had previously worked with the agency on Chipotle's "Scarecrow" campaign. The latter had earned CAA Marketing its first two Emmy wins last year, for Outstanding New Approaches--Original Daytime Program or Series and Outstanding Directing in an Animated Program.

CAA this year earned a total of six Emmy nominations, split between the Dolby film and the agency's "Unlimited" high school musical for Old Navy.

Another brand-related Emmy win went to Macy's 88th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade broadcast on NBC, whose director Gary Halvorson earned the award for Outstanding Directing Special Class.