Cannes Award for Castrol Heritage Film

We’re delighted to announce that this fantastic year for our film about the heritage of Castrol has just got even better!

They Said It Couldn’t Be Done received a Silver Dolphin Trophy in the Internal Communications category at the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards. It’s one of the most prestigious festivals in the corporate film industry and we’re immensely proud to have been honoured with this prize.

Ultimately it rounds off what has been a very successful year for one of our landmark projects. We took the brief of telling the pioneering story of Castrol with a contemporary angle to show how the company’s rich history is interwoven into everything it does today.

To have our work recognised internationally not only by Cannes but also with Gold at the Hermes Creative Awards, World Media Festival, and Accolade Global Film Competition means a lot to us and we feel it sets the benchmark for our work.

The year ahead holds a lot of exciting projects for us that we’ll be delivering with the same award-winning production standard. Follow us on social media and check our website for all the latest information as it’s released!

AWARDS

Silver Dolphin Trophy in the Internal Communication category

Winner of the 2016 Hermes Creative Awards

Platinum in the categories of Internal Communication and Corporate Image

Winner of the 2016 World Media Festival

GOLD Globe for Internal Communications

Winner of the 2016 Accolade Global Film Competition

Award of Excellence for Corporate & Employee Communication