This month's IDIDTHAT.co Craft Awards were judged by our fearless leaders, Executive Creative Director of Joe Public United, Megan Perks and Owner, Composer and Engineer of Howard Audio, Adam Howard. Thank you for your service to this country. Not only are you heroes to us, but to all your fellow South Africans. To Talya Galasko from Sketchbook Studios and Kyle Lewis from Egg Films, congratulations on being awarded Best in Craft, truly the highest honour in all the land, we salute you.
‘Hello Obakeng’ is the latest short film from young South African filmmaker Tsholofelo Tselaemang, a 25-year-old Journalism and Politics graduate now working as Head of Creative Research and a junior director at Groundglass in Cape Town.
Congratulations to all the winners at last night's Creative Circle 'Ad of the Year’ awards. Here you can find all the winning work and the winning people who created it. Easy peasy, and it makes it that much easier to find the top people for your next project.
Digital Communication: Creative Circle’s Ad of the Month winners in 2020. In the running for Ad of the Year.
We’ve tracked down all the IDIDTHAT companies that were awarded by the Creative Circle in 2020 in the 'Digital' category. Here you can find the winning work and the winning people who created it. Congratulations you digital darlings! Don’t miss the virtual ‘Ad of the Year’ awards on the 4th of March to find out which campaign will reign supreme.
Our little hamsters have sourced all our IDIDTHAT members’ work awarded in the ‘Integrated’ category by the Creative Circle throughout 2020. Judges will be announcing the ‘Ad of the Year’ from this showcase on the 4th of March 2020. What campaign do you think will rise to the top as South Africa’s best of the best?
November’s IDIDTHAT Craft Awards were judged by Saatchi & Saatchi’s Creative Director, Stephanie Symonds and Director Lebogang Rasethaba from Egg Films and Arcade. Congrats on the 'BEST IN CRAFT' win for both VW spots by Director Fausto Becatti and the post team; Daniel Mitchell, Nic Apostoli and Charmaine Greyling.
Director Laurence Hamburger is back on the commercials scene and has partnered with fellow renegade filmmaker, Executive Producer of Groundglass, Janette de Villiers. We talk to the duo about their unapologetic and sometimes unconventional approach to filmmaking.
With over a 100 statues of his own (show off!), who better to judge this month’s iDidTht Craft Awards than CCO at TBWA Hunt Lascaris and Creative Circle Chairperson (drum roll please), the legendary Peter Khoury! And as we always say, just keep calm and Khoury on!
Check out all the winning work from our iDidTht companies that won at the first ever Ciclope Africa Awards last night. The awards recognise craft excellence in moving image and we couldn't be prouder/more hungover. Congrats you sexy bunch!
We’re kicking off 2018 with a throwback to 2017 by celebrating the best craft of the year. iDidTht's Monthly Craft Awards showcase the very best by production companies in SA. Here are the top 13 ranked companies of the year. So stop googling ‘What is Bitcoin’ and rather check out which production companies kicked ass, including all the Best of Reel and Special Mentions awarded by the industry's leading creatives.
Meet the emerging filmmakers serving up some executive realness. iDidTht sits down with Director Jabu Newman and Producer Mvelisi Mvandaba from inc. Now let’s get in formation.
Every month we showcase the stand-out work that companies on iDidTht are doing. Apart from just bragging about it (which is very important), it's work that’s actually being featured at local and international award shows and that industry leaders have awarded on the SA Film Reel. It’s the work you should know about…
Liam Wielopolski, Chief Creative Officer at DDB South Africa, awards the best in film craft by Production Companies this month. He was ranked number 3 Chief Creative Officer at the recent Loeries rankings, but more importantly, his Avi on Twitter is an egg, he has 11 followers and his one and only tweet reads: “First tweet, yehaa!’’ - that was back in June 2011… When Liam’s not strategically questioning and undermining the conventions of social media, he’s an industry leader and you need to take note of what he rates as South Africa’s best. We’re honoured to have you Liam…yehaa! 😉