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Movie Ads Honored At Key Art Awards By Shelly Garci

LOS ANGELES – A trailer that departed from traditional movie advertising took Best of Show at the 22nd Annual Key Art Awards here last week. Aspect Ratio’s trail

Other first-place winners at The Hollywood Reporter-sponsored event, which honors advertising art, included Bill Gold Advertising for a poster for Warner Bros. film Unforgiven, Universal Pictures in the consumer ad category for Beethoven’s 2nd and in the comedy spot category for Death Becomes Her, P.O.V. in the print ad category for Columbia Pictures’ A League of Their Own, Columbia Pictures in the outdoor and drama spots categories for Bram Stoker’s Dracula, and Kanew/Giaronomo for its Bram Stoker’s Dracula work in the drama trailers category. Warner Bros. also won a first-place Key Art award in the international poster category for a French-language version of the Batman Returns poster, Batman Le Defi.
Buena Vista Home Video took home a Key Art in the video poster category for Walt Disney Studios’ Beauty & the Beast. Fox Video won in the video standees category for White Men Can’t Jump, and Matsuno Design Group won in the theatrical standees category for MGM’s Meteor Man.
Dracula was the only film to receive multiple awards for its key art creators.
The ceremony, held Friday at the Directors Guild of America theater, drew some 600 attendees and was hosted by actor Tony Curtis.
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