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December 2014 News

Emily’s Voice ad wins media award

  • Written by  Emily's Voice
The "Heart" Ad that recently won an award.

For the second time in three years, an Emily’s Voice advertisement has taken out a prestigious media award for Queensland filmmaker Evolution Studios.

The “Heart” advertisement featuring the journey of the human heart from conception, won the Queensland Media Award for best campaign under $5000.

Two years ago, “Someone’s Missing”, the story of a young woman’s pain and regret at having an abortion, won the same category.

“The awards are recognition of the powerful and long partnership we have enjoyed with Shayne and Joey Cantley from Toowoomba’s Evolution Studios,’’ Emily’s Voice CEO Paul O’Rourke said.

“They are committed to the cause of producing beautiful, hopeful advertisements that promote life and love, without condemning or shaming women,’’ he said.

“They have consistently produced excellent advertisement at an incredibly low price, enabling us to display their work to the widest possible audience.”

“The award is also recognition for the Emily’s Voice volunteers who find the stories, interview the ‘talent’ and then produce such amazing scripts for Shayne and his team to shoot, namely Lacey Shelton, Alex Todd and Madeleine Wiedemann,” said Paul.

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