Dark Angel success at the Kinsale Sharks

Dark Angel, the animated film created for the Sophie Lancaster Foundation has recently been awarded yet another accolade, this time at the Kinsale Sharks.

The advertising awards, which were held earlier this month, were attended by some of the most accomplished creative and commercial directors, producers, and agencies from across the world.

Propaganda’s Dark Angel film faced tough competition and was short-listed in no fewer than three categories, short animation, low budget and the international, world winner. Dark Angel received the bronze award for best animation. A panel of eight esteemed judges including chairman, Trevor Beattie of BMB, chose the winners.

Dark Angel was the brainchild of creative director, Mark Williams, who was delighted with the win, he said: “To be recognised in this way is a huge achievement for us. The Kinsale Sharks are one of the most established advertising awards around and we were competing against some huge names, including the likes of Adidas and Ikea. It is great that we can succeed on this scale and I now want us to build on this and continue to work in this way.”

The awards are now in their 48th year and take place in the spectacular coastal town of Kinsale, Ireland.

Watch the award winning Dark Angel film here: