MJZ dominates AICP Show with 16 honors

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At the AICP Show last night, MJZ took 16 honors, more than any other production company, including the best in show single spot for Microsoft XBOX "Diorama"directed by Rupert Sanders, and two spots from the best in show campaign for Monster.com: "Legs" and "Daybreak," directed by Sanders and Nicolai Fuglsig respectively. The third spot in the winning campaign is "Stork,"directed by Daniel Kleinman of Rattling Stick. Sanders and Fuglsig each took six honors, more than any other director. Fuglsig also won for Coca-Cola "It's Mine," and JC Penny "Magic."

Next up on the production list was Gorgeous Enterprises with four honors for Sony Bravia "Playdoh,"Monster.com "Slots" and SOS "SOS" co-produced with Anonymous Content. All Gorgeous wins were directed by Frank Budgen, making him the second most honored director.

Smuggler grabbed three honors for Burger King "Whopper Freakout" directed by Henry-Alex Rubin, Mini International "Pinball" directed by Happy and Starburst "Bus Station" directed by Randy Krallman. Anonymous Content also claimed three honors, which include Brand Jordan "Takeover" directed by Mark Romanek and PSA Peace on the Streets "Kill the Gun."

Following Budgen on the directors list was Kleinman, whose wins include Jordan Brand Melo M4 Sneaker "Engine," and Tom Kuntz of MJZ for Skittles "Touch."
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