This just in: the online community has voted – Burning Oak Studios won three more Telly Awards for People’s Choice!
Thanks to you voting, all of Burning Oak’s entries won an award.
You can watch all of the videos here!
Burning Oak Studios is now the proud winner of a 2011 Bronze Telly Award for Online Video!
BOS’ Paris French Easel video was viewed by judges and the online community, along with thousands of other entries on the Telly Awards YouTube channel, and has been selected to receive a 2011 Telly Award. The Telly Awards showcase the best work of the most respected advertising agencies, production studios, television and cable networks, and corporate video productions in the world.
Founded in 1978, the Telly Awards was created to honor those exceeding excellence in the visual media production industry. The award is well-known and highly respected and they receive over 11,000 entries annually from all over the world. The entries are judged on a 10-point scale by the Silver Telly Council, which is comprised of top industry professionals that are previous Silver Telly Winners. Distinguished winners include AOL Media, CBS Television Distribution, Comcast Spotlight, ESPN, Harpo Studios, Microsoft, and SuddenLink Media.
You can enjoy the Paris French Easel video here!
Paris French Easel from Burning Oak Studios on Vimeo.
Mission Valley Cinema will host a special one-time screening of the film 3 The Hard Way tonight, Thursday June 2. The film features 3 local artists – Paul Friedrich, Sean Kernick and George Le Chevallier. The documentary depicts the creation of these works and the artists’ journey.
The idea was simple. Each artist started with three to six pieces of their own work which they exchanged and then added their own artistic touches. They collaborated to create 14 canvases and 15 drawings. One might wonder how these pieces of art turned out with such different perspectives, techniques and styles. The cohesion of these pieces is the beauty of art in itself. The styles of the artists, including a cartoonist, a graffiti artist, and a multi-media painter, are anything but dull and the finished works convey a blend of talents.
The screening will benefit the film’s director, Robert King, who has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. After undergoing chemotherapy and radiation, the tumor still did not shrink. The money is being raised to find a cure. Admission is $7 and after the viewing there will be Q&A session with the director, as well as the three artists appearing in the film. You can also make a contribution at UnitedForRobert.com
Come out to support 3 the Hard Way, featuring one of BOS’ very own – Robert King!