Award Winners

Epica

  • 65 rue J.J. Rousseau
  • Suresnes, 92150, France
  • Phone: 01 42 04 04 32
  • Fax: 01 45 06 02 88
  • Discipline: Advertising / Full Service / Integrated
  • Award Type: Creative Award

The Epica awards were created in 1987 and celebrated their 25th anniversary last year. Having originally focused on Europe only, the awards will become worldwide in 2012. Epica’s aim is to reward outstanding creativity and help communication agencies, film production companies, media consultancies, photographers and design studios to develop their reputations beyond their national borders. The awards are judged by journalists representing the trade press; 41 specialist titles and websites from 34 countries will be represented on the jury this year, including 6 new titles from Canada, India, Singapore, China, Australia and the Philippines. This unique jury guarantees objectivity and widespread coverage of the results. The best work is also published in the annual Epica Book.

Awards

Category winners (gold) will receive Epica crystal pyramids, silver and bronze winners will also receive special crystal awards. Gold, silver and bronze winners will also receive certificates. All the winners and a selection of other high-scoring entries will be published in the annual Epica Book 

Judging Criteria

Epica entries are judged on the basis of 2 criteria only; the originality of the creative idea and the quality of its execution (except in the Craft & Imagery categories where only executional quality is taken into consideration). The Epica results are determined by category. The highest scoring entry in each category wins gold, on condition that the work surpasses a minimum score that qualifies it as a category winner. Other entries in each category that achieve this score win silver or bronze. When no entry meets the standard there are no winners in the category. Four Epica d’Or (grand prix) will be awarded to the best overall film, press, outdoor and interactive entries. These will be selected from all the category winners. 

Free Book

Each company participating in the competition will receive a free copy of the 400-page Epica Book, volume 27, to be published in August 2014. Epica Book 26, covering the 2012 awards, is now available. Introduced by Jose Miguel Sokoloff (President of the Lowe Global Creative Council & Chief Creative Officer, Lowe/SSP3, Bogotá) the 26th annual edition of the Epica Book showcases more than 850 TV commercials, posters, press ads, radio spots, PR projects, promotions, internet sites, graphic design projects, integrated campaigns, direct marketing, branded content and innovated media entries honoured in the 2012/13 Epica awards. 

Eligibility

The Epica awards are open to all communication agencies, film production companies, media consultancies, web agencies, PR specialists, photographers and design studios worldwide. Only work that has been approved by clients and used, published or broadcast since July 1, 2012 is eligible to enter. Work that does not meet these conditions will be disqualified in order to preserve the integrity of the competition and to ensure that all genuine entries have a fair chance of success. 

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Epica 2000 (Jan 01)


  • THE WINNERS
Finalist
Title:Bananas
Brand:Fruits & Vegetables Schäfer
Agency: Scholz & Friends Berlin GmbH
Category:
  • Food
Finalist
Title:Lupo 3L (French version)
Brand:Volkswagen
Agency: DDB PARIS
Category:
  • Automobiles
Finalist
Title:Traffic Jam
Brand:McDonald's
Agency: Heye GmbH
Category:
  • Consumer Services: Retail Services
Finalist
Title:Bad Son
Brand:Church's
Agency: Cliff Freeman & Partners
Category:
  • Retail Distribution
Finalist
Title:Zapping
Brand:SWR
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather GmbH
Category:
  • Public Interest
Finalist
Title:Your Bill
Brand:Libancell
Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi Beirut
Category:
  • Communication Services
Finalist
Title:Amok 2
Brand:SWR
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather GmbH
Category:
  • Public Interest
Finalist
Title:Counting Sheeps
Brand:SWR
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather GmbH
Category:
  • Public Interest
Finalist
Title:Give the Blind Something to Look Forward to
Brand:KNGF
Agency: Bercum Boender Cardozo & Werkendam
Category:
  • Public Interest
Finalist
Title:The Billboard
Brand:Amnesty International
Agency: Lowe and Friends
Category:
  • Public Interest
Finalist
Title:Bath
Brand:F.D.P. Liberal Party for Germany
Agency: HEIMAT Berlin
Category:
  • Public Interest
Finalist
Title:Thump
Brand:Department of the Environment Northern Ireland
Agency: LyleBailie International
Category:
  • Public Interest
Finalist
Title:Stop Deforestation
Brand:Greenpeace
Agency: McCann-Erickson Israel
Category:
  • Public Interest
Finalist
Title:Police Control
Brand:Alcoholics Anonymous
Agency: McCann-Erickson Switzerland
Category:
  • Public Interest
Finalist
Title:The Look of Love
Brand:Nur Die
Agency: Jung von Matt / Isar
Category:
  • Clothing & Fabrics.
Finalist
Title:Hypochondriac
Brand:Fiat
Agency: Leo Burnett Central & Eastern Europe
Category:
  • Automobiles
Finalist
Title:Recently On The Cutter
Brand:Flensburger Pilsener
Agency: Ad.quarter
Category:
  • Alcoholic Drinks
Finalist
Title:The World As You Like It.
Brand:Excite
Agency: Lowe Pirella Fronzoni
Category:
  • Communication Services
Finalist
Title:Frank
Brand:Norsk
Agency: DDB Oslo AS
Category:
  • Recreation & Leisure
Finalist
Title:Glass Container
Brand:Wiener Städtische Versicherung
Agency: Demner, Merlicek & Bergmann
Category:
  • Financial Service/Insurance
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