and the emmy goes to…. Coca-Cola’s Heist!

Saturday night, Heist, our animated spot for Coca-Cola won the Emmy for Outstanding Commercial. Heist originally debuted during last year’s Super Bowl. Congratulations to the entire team including creatives, Hal Curtis, Sheena Brady, Lee Jennings, James Moslander and Marc D’Avignon, account supervisor, Ryan Peterson, producers, Matt Hunnicutt and Juliana Montgomery and to Psyop for their amazing animation.

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Our own Juliana was there to accept the Emmy on behalf of W+K. Here’s what she had to say…

Excruciating describes waiting for the “Outstanding Commercial” category to be called when it’s the primary category you came to hear. It took 4 hours of the Creative Arts Emmy Ceremony on Sept 12th to get to that category and of that – I needed to use the restroom for a good 3 hours of it. So – when the fateful moment came for the “Outstanding Commercial” announcement – I spent 3-5 seconds processing that Jaime-Lynn Sigler and Jerry Ferrera (“Turtle” from Entourage), just announced “And the Emmy goes to – Coca-Cola ‘Heist’” all I could think to do is walk briskly, remember everyone’s name, don’t trip up the stairs, reach out and accept that gorgeous award!

9 thoughts on “and the emmy goes to…. Coca-Cola’s Heist!

  1. Lauren Brown Jarvis

    Greetings W+K, my name is Lauren Jarvis I am the social media coordinator for Spelman College where Juliana is an alumna. May we repost this photo and whom should we credit?

  2. DaNita

    This commercial is a work of art. But then, I would expect nothing less from my Spelman sister Juliana. Often, I view commercials as an annoying intrusion, however, this vivid, ingeniously orchestrated masterpiece left me wanting to see more. Congrats to you and your team of geniuses.

  3. Rich

    There’s a magic in this project that’s so delicate on the heavily saturated modern minds of the consumer. Ahhhh the refreshing taste of coke.

  4. Michele Ann Howard-Mitchell

    I love you cuz and Lord knows I am so proud of you……………

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