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RSA, Anonymous Lead AICP Honors

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The Association of Independent Commercial Producers unveiled its twelfth annual installment of The Art & Technique of the American Television Commercial this week in New York. Dedicated to showcasing the best commercials of the year in a variety of categories, the show will be screened in cities across the country for the remainder of the year.

Four commercials tied for the most honors in this year's show, each with four: Volkswagen "Bubble Boy," directed by the Directors Bureau's Mike Mills; Nike "Move," shot by RSA's Jake Scott; VW "Squares" from Anonymous Content director Malcolm Venville; and the BMW Films short "Beat the Devil" by RSA's Tony Scott. RSA walked away as the most awarded production company, with 12 honors, followed by Anonymous with 10, and @radical.media and MJZ, each with five. For a complete list of all the work included in this year's show, visit the AICP's website.

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