Lowe Roche and Grip win Gold at the One Show

The two agencies are joined by Cundari, the National Film Board, Trigger, Tribal DDB, Grey, John St. and Taxi in the winners' circle.

Grip’s got something to gloat about. Just before picking up two Gold Lions at the closing ceremony of this year’s Cannes Festival of Creativity, the agency picked up Gold at the One Show in Los Angeles on June 13 for The Movie Out Here for Labatt’s Kokanee in the Entertainment Film category. It also picked up a Bronze in the User Generated Content category.

Lowe Roche also picked up a Gold in Interactive, Animation (as well as a Silver in Entertainment Craft), for its stop-motion work for Type Books.

Grey Canada picked up two Silvers for its “World’s Most Valuable Social Network” program for the Missing Children Society of Canada, both in the Social Media category. Cundari also picked up a Silver for its spot “Bullet” for BMW in the Interactive Craft category, while John St. grabbed one for its self-promotional “Buyral” video in the Online Films and Video category. Tribal DDB took home Silver for its McDonald’s campaign, “Our Food. Your Questions.” campaign in the Integrated Branding category and Trigger picked up a Silver in Design, Annual Reports for its work with the Calgary Zoo, which was a one-newspaper-sized page report printed on post-consumer newsprint. Finally, the National Film Board of Canada took home Silver in the Interactive Public/Not for Profit category for its “Here at Home” video, which documents the real cost of homelessness in Canada.

Rounding out the awards, Taxi picked up a Bronze for its stunt/app, “Pothole Season” in the Mobile Application category.