The Brill Building and Boys+Girls will be flying the Irish flag at the Immortal Awards after they were chosen to advance to the European round of judging by a panel of Irish judges.
Only three campaigns were chosen by the Irish jury to go on to the next stage. They are: “The First Poster To Catch Lung Cancer” which was created for the Marie Keating Foundation by The Brill Building and revolved around an audio-activated OOH installation produced by the agency with PML Group; The Paddy Irishman Project, also created by The Brill Building and “Minding Creative Minds” which was created by Boys+Girls for the Screen Ireland-backed Minding Creative Minds initiative which was set up to provide support services for those working in the creative screen industry across Ireland.
The Immortal Awards is a free-to-enter award show for all of Little Black Book’s global members. The Irish judges that took part include Catriona Campbell, managing partner of The Public House; Steven Courtney, managing director of Motherland; Des Creedon, executive creative director at TBWA\Dublin; Eilís Fitzgerald, head of marketing communications at Three; Roisin Keown, founder of The Brill Building; Dermot Malone, founder of Banjoman; Aoife McCleary, senior creative at F&B Huskies; Ger Roe, board creative director at Publicis Dublin; Emma Sharkey, chief strategy officer at Droga5 Dublin; Allen Sillery, senior VFX supervisor and flame artist at Screen Scene; Karl Waters, creative partner of Folk Wunderman Thompson; and Liam Wielopolski, executive creative director of Core.
According to Roisin Keown, The Brill Building: “This is huge news for The Brill Building, just four years since it was founded. We’re on a mission to make this the best little agency in the world, so to have our work judged worthy of being Ireland’s Immortal work for 2023 by our inspiring and accomplished peers is a great honour and we so appreciate it.”