On November 4, the Swissfilm Association presented the annual Edi Awards at the Schiffbau in Zurich. The black trophy is the most important award for commissioned productions of commercial, industrial and corporate films and has been awarded to the best for over 20 years.
On November 4, the Swissfilm Association presented the annual Edi Awards at the Schiffbau in Zurich. The black trophy is the most prestigious award for commissioned productions of commercial, industrial and corporate films and has been awarded to the best for over 20 years.
Wirz was nominated for four works on the shortlist this year: For SUVA the film "Fussball" and for Migros the everyday films and the Christmas film "Sturmfrei". For Switzerland Tourism, the film "No Drama" starring Roger Federer and Robert De Niro was nominated, which has now racked up over 70 million views worldwide.
The harmonious award evening was made perfect with a silver award for the everyday films based around the characters of the Migros film and a gold award for "No Drama".
The short spots for the Migros cosmos, produced with Stories AG, impress with wit, humanity and bring stories from everyday life to the point. "The series convinces with the acting and lets the viewers* become a part of the house community through the true-to-life set," said the Edi Awards jury.
Gold winner "No Drama", produced by Pumpkin Film AG, convinced the jury in terms of craftsmanship and concept: "The spot stages the product "Switzerland" with humor and self-irony. It creates global relevance with its uniqueness and thus achieves a high shareability. World class!".
A celebration full of miracles: This year's Migros Christmas campaign was penned by children.
The mountain villages of Graubünden urgently need more guests. The main attraction should be the original nature.
Under the motto "The power of the new - why it's always worth tackling something new", Wirz invited guests to the 50th edition of its cocktail this year. Around 300 guests from companies, associations and the media came to the "Aura" in Zurich. The panelists, who have consistently tackled new things in life, spoke about their lives with curves and edges - and inspired some on the spot to make room for the new in a spontaneous yet lasting way.