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Jenny & Pete, the real winners!

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Jenny & Pete, the real winners!

We are very proud to announce ‘Jenny & Pete, A Series of Short Films’ created for Transport for NSW, has won Silver at the 2016 WorldMediaFestival!

Winning in the category of Best Training Film, ‘Jenny & Pete’ is a series of 7 short films aimed to help leaders with complex, interpersonal subjects such as managing team conflict and holding difficult performance conversations. The series form part of a broader Leadership Experience Lively designed for Transport for NSW.

And what awards announcement would be complete without a Lively shout out to the world class team who made it happen — the brilliant creative team at Hixon Films, the mega talented production team at Hackett Films and Learning Designer extraordinaire, Sarah Davie.

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So, to sum up: Innovative client + talented team + funny people = awesome result.

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Learn how to make story-driven learning films by attending the upcoming Lively Workshop Digital Learning Goodness

 

The official press release blurb thing is here…so….we’ll see you in Hamburg for the awards ceremony…!

WorldMediaFestival is located in Hamburg, Germany, and is an initiative by intermedia.  The WorldMediaFestival honours and celebrates excellent solutions in Film, Television, Web, Web TV and Print productions on an international scale in Germany’s media metropolis Hamburg.  www.worldmediafestival.org

The WorldMediaFestival awards recognize excellence in modern communications media, and are acknowledged internationally as symbols of the highest production standards in modern communication. A WorldMediaFestival award is one of the world’s highest honours in visual competition. Award winners are among the leaders in their profession.

Experienced professionals from around the world in the field of film and video production, as well as subject matter experts, serve in a volunteer capacity as judges. The criteria they use include writing, sound, editing, creativity, visuals, insights, and above all the extent to which the entry meets its stated goals and communicates with it’s intended audience.

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