Collider Named as a Sponsor for 2023 Judging and Creative LIAisons at London International Awards

The London International Awards have announced that the film production company and creative and experiential studio Collider will be one of the sponsors of LIA Las Vegas Judging and Creative LIAisons program.

With offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland and New York its global reach in terms of its film directors, CG animators and tech developers, position Collider as a company that can work anywhere on the planet.

“We are thrilled to be a sponsor of LIA in 2023 and it’s exciting to partner with a company which celebrates disruption, celebrates creativity and champions the process,” said Rachel Ford-Davies, Managing Director and Executive Producer of Collider.


 

She also recognized the unique distinction LIA has in being woman-owned and having a full-time staff of only women.

“Collider has always had a strong female core in creative and leadership roles supporting each other and helping create a new vision for the next generation of women.”

Its recent success in winning the prestigious Dan Wieden Titanium Lion Grand Prix for The Government of Tuvalu sits comfortably alongside the work they have done for brands such as Apple, BMW, Audi, LandRover, Sydney Opera House, The New York Times, Samsung, Sony, Qantas, Cathay Pacific and Telstra, and recently Collider collaborated with Tag Heuer and Ryan Gosling for their brand campaign and 60th Anniversary Film.
“For over 20 years, Collider has collaborated with artists, musicians, and image makers to continually produce work that is authentic and raw, conceptual, and thoughtful. In doing so our process removes the boundaries between technology and art to create insightful experiences people can connect with,” said Rachael Ford-Davies.

Judging for LIA and the onsite Creative LIAisons Program for emerging talent commence in Las Vegas on 7th October.


 

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