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Campaign Brief (AUS/NZ) Online.
Campaign Brief Magazine : May June 2008
Nike ‘CEO’ (Wieden + Kennedy, Portland) Anheuser ‘Daughter’ (Goodby Silverstein, SF) Nibble Nobby’s Nuts (The Campaign Palace, Sydney) - won awards everywhere, including a Yellow Pencil at D&AD Leisure - Academy Award in 1977 BLOODY LEGEND And one you might not expect, an Oscar in 1977, for B est Shor t Animated Film, B ruce P etty’s Leisure (1976). Filmgra phic s a nimate d th e 13 minute shor t film but neither Denneen, nor Petty, were anywhere near Hollywood when M ar ty Feldman announced “ And the Oscar goes to…Leisure.” Petty and Denneen each eventually received a large p os te r siz ed p hoto of t he Oscar. “ In those days,” Denneen smiles “The producer was the only Oscar recipient.” The Produc er, Suzanne Baker kept the Oscar. At l eas t Denneen s til l h as hi s poster , pr oudly displayed in Filmgraphics’ reception area. “Poor Bruce lost his.” The Oscar r aised Filmgraphics’ profile and animation j obs b egan coming i n f rom t hroughout Asia and Europe. Denneen’s r eputation as a wor ld-class animator was sealed. It is difficult to believe that Always on the go: Denneen on the set of his movie ‘Restraint’ with long-time producer Anna Fawcett MAY/JUN E 2008 Denneen’s t alents were not imme- diately o bvious t o h is employers early on in his career. He was fired three times from various junior CAM PA IGN B R I E F ? 21
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