Thank you Campaign for a cracking result this year, and for awarding us as runners up in ‘Production Company of the Year’. Huge congratulations to Somesuch who won, and to Blink and Outsider who were also featured.
Ringan’s Audi ‘Clowns’ was awarded the phenomenal Creative Grand Prix: ‘the best of the best across all category winners, from outdoor to live experiences’, as well as number 1 spot in the ‘Top 10 Film Ads’, and winner in the ‘Thinkbox Awards for TV ad creativity’. To top it off Ringan was also named Director of the Year in the ‘Top 10 Directors’ list amongst some incredible talent. Congratulations to all!

SHOTS AWARDS 2017 – Winners

Huge congratulations to Ringan for winning ‘Director of the Year’ at Shots’ Awards.
Thank you to everyone at Shots for such a fun and fabulous night!

LIA AWARDS 2017- Winners

Sara Dunlop, Ringan Ledwidge and Traktor scooped some awards last night: a bronze for Barnardos ‘Believe in Me’, two gold and two bronze for Audi ‘Duel’, plus two gold and three silver for Tide ’Terry Bradshaw Stain’ at the LIA awards last night.

UKMVA 2017 – Shortlist

Jack Whiteley & Laura Brownhill’s video for Elton John’s ‘Bennie and the Jets’ has been shortlisted for three UKMVAs! It’s shortlisted in Best UK Pop Video, Best Editing & Best Production Design. Fingers crossed for 27th October when the winners are announced!


The Shots awards nominations have been announced… and Rattling Stick have been nominated for five! Andy Mcleod’s Great Ormond Street Hospital – ‘Ordinary World’ was nominated for Best Charity Ad, Jack Whiteley’s ‘Bennie and the Jets’ for Elton John was nominated for Best Music Video, while Ringan’s ‘Last Days’ for Jose Cuervo and ‘Duel’ for Audi were both up for Best Commercial Up to 60 Seconds. On top of that Ringan’s also up for Best Director! We’re looking forward to the big night in November and to congratulating all the winners.

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The APA Collection 2017

Rattling Stick are excited and honoured to have four pieces of work included in the APA Collection 2017.

Sara Dunlop’s Barnardo’s ‘Believe In Me’, and Pete Riski’s Instrumentarium ‘By the Grave’ both featured, as well as two from Ringan Ledwidge; Audi ‘Duel’ and Jose Cuervo ‘Last Days.’ Congratulations to all involved!

The Last Stand

We are incredibly proud to support Gundeep Anand and his team in The Last Stand, a standalone initiative founded by Gundeep, which mashes-up sport, music and culture with the aim of breaking down religious and cultural barriers bringing together disparate communities across London.

Ringan wins Direction award at AICP

Ringan’s Audi ‘Duel’ took home awards for Direction, Editing and VFX at last night’s AICP Awards. Congratulations to everyone involved on the project.

Ringan wins Best Director at British Arrows

We saw the first combined British Arrows Campaign and Craft Awards this month, with Ringan winning the highly acclaimed Frank Budgen Best Director award along with two Silvers for Audi ‘The Duel’. Ringan’s Nike ‘The Switch’ was also awarded a Bronze in the Sports category. Congratulations to all the winners on the night!

Bennie and the Jets launches in Cannes

Jack Whiteley and Laura Brownhill direct the first ever video for Elton John’s iconic track ‘Bennie and the Jets’. The pair were chosen as part of Elton John and Youtube’s #EJTheCut, with their futuristic video being premiered in Cannes. Jack and Laura were onstage with Elton John when the video was revealed to the press for the first time.

Sara’s Barnardo’s Still Flying High

The incredibly powerful Barnardo’s ‘Believe in Me’ campaign, directed by Sara for FCB Inferno, continues to make waves since its launch in November. With in-depth features in Creative Review, Fast Company, Creativity and Marketing week, the genre bending films have clearly struck a chord. The campaign’s central 60’ TVC won a silver at Ciclope, whilst ‘Gymnast’ took home two coveted pencils at this year’s D&AD awards. The overall campaign is shortlisted for ‘Best Campaign’ at tonight’s British Arrows Awards. Good luck to Sara and everyone who worked on the campaign.

ADCAN 2017 Now Open!

ADCAN Awards 2017 film competition is now open and this year it’s gone global by partnering with 3 UK & 3 US charities. In today’s climate, it’s more important than ever to support diversity and fairness for all. So we’re proud to support ADCAN to promote deserving causes and new industry talent.   Check out Josh’s launch film here