New Zealand has scored 13 finalists at the shortlist stage of The One Show 2019, as announced today by The One Club for Creativity, the world’s foremost non-profit organization celebrating creative excellence in advertising and design, based in New York. One Show judges selected 1,558 finalists representing 40 countries this year.
FCB New Zealand Auckland has five One Show finalists, including four for Ministry of Education NZ “Oat the Goat” and one for Health Promotion Agency “Pre-Testie Bestie”. Ministry of Education NZ “Oat the Goat” also garners two finalists for Assembly Auckland.
Ogilvy New Zealand with Film 360, both in Auckland, has three finalists, including two for Auckland Transport “The Most Dangerous Stunt in the World” and one for Sanitarium “Garden of Goodness”.
Colenso BBDO Auckland has two One Show finalists, both for Spark New Zealand “Kupu”. DDB Group New Zealand Auckland has one for Lion “The Dance”.
Globally, McCann New York has the most One Show finalists in the world this year with 41, including 16 on behalf of client March for Our Lives. Ogilvy Chicago is close behind with 40 finalists, followed by BBDO New York with 38, Droga5 New York with 34 and TBWA\Chiat Day New York with 30.
The entry with the most finalists spots is “Broadway The Rainbow” for Mars Wrigley Confectionery by DDB Chicago with 25, followed by Burger King “The Whopper Detour” by FCB New York with 19. Tied for third with 17 finalists each are Nike “Dream Crazy” by Wieden+Kennedy Portland and McDonald’s “The Flip” by We Are Unlimited Chicago with The Marketing Store Chicago, DDB New York and DDB Canada Vancouver.
This year’s winners will be announced at two nights of The One Show awards ceremonies in NYC on May 8, from 6pm-midnight at the Ziegfeld Ballroom, 141 West 54th St. and May 10, from 6pm-2am at Cipriani, 55 Wall Street.
VIEW ALL THE FINALISTS: 2019-One-Show-Finalists_4_11_2019
Ogilvy New Zealand with Film 360, both in Auckland, has three finalists, including two for Auckland Transport “The Most Dangerous Stunt in the World” (above)