Little Black Book's The Immortal Awards celebrates creativity that will live forever: FREE to enter for LBB member agencies, TVC companies

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UPDATED - Disrupting the traditional industry awards model, The Immortal Awards provides LBB member agencies and production companies with a global award that is FREE to enter, EASY to enter, but HARD to win.

Deadline: 4pm (NZT) this Saturday September 8, 2018

Inspired by LBB chairman Sir John Hegarty's belief that creative companies rarely create more than five genuinely award-worthy pieces per office a year, The Immortal Awards only allows entrants a maximum of five entries.

The limit ensures only the very best creative work is entered and creates a democratic, level playing field for all entrants. It's not about playing the numbers game, it's simply about recognising the creative ideas - and the creative talent behind them - that will live forever.

LBB made the decision that entry should come at no additional cost to its members because they understand the importance of awards in furthering the careers of creatives but recognise just how tough the industry is now, particularly financially. As long as your company or office is a member of Little Black Book, you'll be able to enter the award show free of charge.
sirjhegarty.jpgWhilst entering the awards is easy, winning an award is difficult - because that's the way it should to be. The world's best campaigns should be judged by the world's best creatives, which is why Hegarty (right) and LBB have put together a first-class jury of industry icons who see judging through from online stage to live stage.  

The jury is under no obligation to award Commendations or Immortalise entrants, so only the very best will be taking home a prize. They have no quotas to fill and there are no numbers games from their side. As many or as few finalists will take home the iconic skull and wings trophy.

Deadline: 4pm (NZT) this Saturday September 8, 2018



LBB member agencies In Australasia
Bashful, BMF, BWM Dentsu, CHE Proximity, Clemenger BBDO Sydney, Clemenger BBDO Melbourne, Colenso BBDO, The Communications Council, The Core Agency, Cummins&Partners Sydney, DDB Melbourne, DDB Sydney, DDB New Zealand, FCB New Zealand, Host/Havas, Ikon, Innocean, J. Walter Thompson Sydney, Leo Burnett Melbourne, Leo Burnett Sydney, Marcel, M&C Saatchi, McCann Melbourne, McCann Sydney, The Monkeys Sydney, Naked, R/GA APAC, Redengine SCC, Richards Rose, The Royals, Saatchi & Saatchi Sydney, Spinach, Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand, 72andSunny, Special Group Sydney, 303 MullenLowe, Thinkerbell, This is BD, Town Square, TBWA Sydney, whiteGREY, Y&R ANZ,

LBB member production companies In Australasia
Airbag, Alt.VFX, Blutui, Curious, Cutting Edge, Exit Films, Fiction Film Co, Filmgraphics, Fin Design + Effects, Final Sound, FINCH, Goodoil, Infinity Squared, Interrogate, Jungle Entertainment, Passion Pictures, Photoplay, Plaza Films, The Producers, Revolver/Will O'Rourke, Robber's Dog, Rumble Studios, Scoundrel, Sedona Productions, Sweetshop, Taxi, //Thirteen & Co, Toni Higginbotham Casting, Uncanny Valley, Velvet.

For LBB membership enquiries contact: michael@campaignbrief.com

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