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MPC takes home four Webby Awards



MPC has won four awards at the 22nd Annual Webby Awards

The Webby Awards is the leading international awards organization honoring excellence on the Internet. With over 13,000 entries from over 70 countries and 3 million votes cast by 700,000 people in the Webby People’s Voice Award, this year’s Webby Awards was the biggest in history.

MPC took home four awards this year:

360-Video: Branded – Webby Winner
The Last Goodbye (MPC)

Best Narrative Experience – The Webbys People’s Voice Award
The Last Goodbye (MPC)                                                                      

Long Form: Branded - The Webbys People’s Voice Award
Nat Geo ‘The Instrument’ (MPC)     

Best Video Campaign - The Webbys People’s Voice Award
Imaginary Friend Society (MPC Creative)


The Last Goodbye
The Last Goodbye is a powerful personal testimony of the holocaust preserved for the first time in poignant room-scale VR which was co-created by the MPC VR team, award-winning filmmaker Gabo Arora and Ari Palitz, produced by Stephen Smith, Executive Director of USC Shoah Foundation, and co-produced by USC Shoah Foundation, HERE BE DRAGONS, MPC VR and OTOY.

 

The Instrument
Nat Geo's 'The Instrument' was created by National Geographic to explore Albert Einstein’s life and his imagination, as part of the short film series 'Genius'. MPC handled the VFX for the film.

 

Imaginary Friend Society
Imaginary Friend Society's 'How to Handle Shots' is a film from the Pedriatric Brain Tumor Foundation created by MPC Creative to help children understand how to handle the sometimes frightening event of getting a shot.