Lost Planet's Corwin Tops AICE Awards

Published on .

Most Popular

HP "You"
Lost Planet's Hank Corwin received triple honors for his work on the lauded HP campaign at the third annual Association of Independent Creative Editors (AICE) Awards, held last week in Chicago. Corwin won in the Graphics category for the HP "Anthem" spot, directed by @radical.media's Ralf Schmerberg, and in the Montage and Visual Effects categories for HP's "You," directed by Francois Vogel of Tool. Editor Chris Franklin of Big Sky Editorial in New York won two awards -- in the National Campaign category for the Food Network's "Delivery Boy," "Masai," "Park," and "Young Love," created out of Jim Jenkins' Nicebigbrain and directed by Jenkins via Hunrgy Man, and in the Dialogue category for the Miramax spot, "Announcement."

Other winners included Jason Painter, now at Jigsaw, for Reebok's "Terry Tate" (Comedy); Stephane Dumonceau of Mad River Post for ESPN "Makeshift" (Music and Sound); Tom Scherma of Cosmo Street for the Truth campaign's "1200" (PSA); Angus Wall for VW's "Bubble Boy" (Storytelling). Arturo Cubacub of Chicago's I-Cubed and Doug Bryan of Dallas-based Post Op tied for the Local Spot prize, for Heartland Health "Neuro" and Medical City "Life is About Love," respectively.

The AICE event drew 600 plus creative, production and post players to the newly renovated Soldier Field venue in Chicago and featured performances by Chicago's Second City. The 11 winning spots were selected by a blue ribbon panel of 35 creatives, directors and editors. (Teressa Iezzi)

In this article: