Dreambox Wins Award From Cannes With TAV Airports Image Film Project

November 19, 2012

Company wins prestigious Silver Dolphin.

Dreambox has won one awards from of the most prestigious corporate film, advertising and documentary organizations in Europe — the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards.

In a Silver Dolphin awarded film, life stops for an instant as it emphasizes the nonexistence of TAV in the airports. İstanbul Dreambox produced the film under the guidance of the creative director Çağrı Öztoksoy. As Louis Van Zwol directed the film, Hilal Aktaş was the production coordinator and Steve Walker was the director of photography of the project.

Dreambox competed with 666 projects from 35 countries and received the “Silver Dolphin’’ award in Corporate Films category. Submitted works of the continent’s leading agencies and companies included The Coca-Cola Company, PwC AG, Deutsche Bank AG, Daimler, Maersk, BASF, Allianz, Ogilvy, Volvo and McCann Paris. The international jury, consisting of directors, producers and academicians, determined the award-winning projects, and the winners were announced at the special night ceremony.



DREAMBOX and TAV are the first companies to receive this significant award from Turkey. At the special award night organized in Palm Beach, Corporate Communication Coordinator Bengi Vargül from TAV Airlines and Co-Founder & Creative Director Çağrı Öztoksoy from Dreambox received the awards on behalf of their companies.



Dreambox had received two other awards with TAV Airports Image Film and TAV Holding Image Film projects from Telly Awards, New York. The films were also rewarded twice by the prestigious Aurora Awards.

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