Our projects received many awards on international video and film festivals.
Lately, we got a Telly Award for the "Don't be that guy" series for Trend Micro with HCK2 Partners in "Online Video - Campaigns - Business-to-Customer". With nearly 12,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries, this was truly an honor. Linda Day, Executive Director of the Telly Awards said that, Black Rabbit's accomplishment illustrates their creativity, skill, and dedication to their craft and serves as a testament to great film and video production.
For our work for Trend Micro we received Gold and Grand Intermedia Globe Awards in “Web”, “B2B”, “B2C” and “Corporate communications”. This year, “2020” a sci-fi corporate web series was awarded the Grand Prix at the World Media Festival. For this project we also received a Gold Remi Award at the WorldFest 2015 in Houston and The Award of Merit at the Accolade Global Film Competition.
"Don't be that guy" also won 2015 Best YouTube Marketing Campaign at the Social Media Icon Awards in Miami.
We produced “There is a City” a film about the residents of Warsaw paying homage to the fallen soldiers of the Warsaw Uprising. The film went viral amounting to over 8,000,000 unique views on Youtube. On Facebook, the film was shared 119,111 times and received 165,000 likes.
“There is a City” won the most prestigious award in Poland for creatives The KTR and received a “Webby Award Honoree”. The film was also the backbone of the “Enemy front” campaign by McCann Worldgroup which won the Grand Prix at the Golden Drum in 2014.
“There is a City” was picked up by notable websites such as Mashable, 9gag, Reddit with Huffington Post declaring it one of “The top 9 youtube videos of the week”.