This month’s IDIDTHAT.co Craft Awards were judged by none other than… drumroll please… and hit it; Creative Director at Joe Public United, Claudi Potter and Director and Founder of Olamuk, Mzi Kumalo. Congratulations to February's top crafters, Patriot Films' Sam Coleman, Romance's Greg Gray and co-directors Michael Rodrigues & Tarryn Hatchett from We are_.
It’s here; The Official IDIDTHAT Craft Awards Rankings for 2021. Every month IDIDTHAT teams up with leaders in the ad and production industry to award the finest in South African film and production craft. These truly are the best of the best in the industry in Film Production, Post Production, Cinematography, Music & Sound, Animation & Visual Effects in South Africa.
The March IDIDTHAT Craft Awards were judged by Executive Creative Director at FCB Joburg, Suhana Gordhan and Film Editor at Deliverance Post, Ricky Boyd. Congratulations to this month's legends, Helen & Kim from Motion City Films AND Gregg Baily from Figment Films, for winning Best in Craft.
Taking time out from her fitness regime of getting in formation and collecting awards like No. 1 ECD in SA for the last 2 years, Mariana O’Kelly, Executive Creative Director at Ogilvy JHB, judges this month’s iDidTht Craft Awards. Mariana, we are not worthy 🙏
Executive Creative Director at Publicis Machine, Gareth McPherson, has come a long way since roaming the cutthroat halls of Rondebosch Boys’ High. Lucky for us Gareth rose above this adversity and is now a badass creative leader and we’re honoured to have him judge this month’s iDidTht Craft Awards.
Every month we award the very best in craft by production companies in South Africa. This month’s Craft Entries were judged by none other than the formidable Roanna Williams, ECD at Joe Public United. She’s been in the industry for over 21 years, judged everything from Loeries to Cannes and won everything from awards to our admiration.
Graeme Jenner, Executive Creative Director at King James II, awards the best in film craft by Production Companies this month. We can neither confirm nor deny that Graeme is the inspiration behind Vin Diesel’s haircut. View the winners and all the entries by the leading production companies in South Africa.