The Results Are In!

We have incredible clients which allow us to work on incredible projects. In fact, at the beginning of the year, we submitted eight projects for three different industry awards. I’m proud to say that those eight projects won a total of 16 awards.  Before we tell you about each of the awards, let me give you an overview about each award.

Awards presented to ScholastiVision for America’s Best Teacher.


Awards Won
So which of our projects won what?

Project: America’s Best Teacher
Client: ScholastiVision
Won: Telly, Communicator and Summit Creative

Project: Core Values
Client: The Gideons International
Won: Telly, Communicator and Summit Creative

Project: Every Heartbeat
Client: The Gideons International
Won: Telly, Communicator and Summit Creative
Project: Charlotte Promo
Client: The Gideons International
Won: Telly, Communicator and Summit Creative
Project: 2010 Testimonies
Client: The Gideons International
Won: Telly, Communicator and Summit Creative
Project: Auxiliary Presidents’ Conference
Client: The Gideons International
Won: Telly, Communicator and Summit Creative
Project: Relay Race
Client: The Gideons International
Won: Telly, Communicator and Summit Creative
Project: Share your Story
Client: The Gideons International
Won: Telly, Communicator and Summit Creative

Two Awards Presented to Jeff Audrain


The Bottom Line
So what does that mean to our clients? I certainly wouldn’t say that you should select a video production company strictly based on their ability to win awards. I would say that it is one more assurance that your project will achieve it’s desired result and that 16 awards is more than a lucky fluke. Which in the end means you’re the real winner.

Our Telly Award Winners
Our Communicator Award Winners
Our Summit Creative Awards

About the Awards

Telly Awards

Founded in 1978
The Telly statuette was designed by the same firm that makes the Oscar and Emmy.
Over 11,000 annual entries
10% of entrants earn Silver (1100); 25% earn Bronze, (2700).
Over 200 Categories, 4 Sections
Some other winners of the Telly include Hasbro, Habitat for Humanity, Alison Pringle for E!

Communicator Awards

This is its 17th season.
Sanctioned and judged by the International Academy of Visual Arts (IAVA), an invitation-only body consisting of top-tier professionals from a “Who’s Who” of acclaimed media, communications, advertising, creative and marketing firms. (e.g. Disney, Estee Lauder, HBO, Monster.com, Sotheby’s, Yahoo!)
Over 6,000 entries
10-12% earn Award of Excellence, (600); 25-27% earn Award of Distinction (1500)

Summit Creative

Founded in 1994 for small and medium-sized agencies worldwide.
Companies and individuals from more than 50 countries and across five continents have participated in this prestigious 17-year competition.
Out of 5000+ entrants, 2% won Gold, (100) 6-8% won Silver, (350) 7-9% won Bronze, (400).
Awards are offered in Gold, Silver and Bronze
Only one Gold winner is selected in a category unless there is a tie.