Mode Project's work has been nominated in three categories for National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 2011-2012 Midwest / Chicago Emmy awards. The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) is the most widely recognized organization dedicated to the advancement of excellence and creative achievement in television and new media.
Nominated for Outstanding Achievement for Community/Public Service (PSAs)
and Outstanding Crafts Achievement Off-Air - Graphics Arts/Animation/Art Direction/Set Design
is CASA "One Boy's Story"
. Mode Project created this PSA via EPIC (Engaging Philanthropy Inspiring Creatives), an organization which helps top-tier creative talent join forces with nonprofit clients. The spot tells of an young boy who was abandoned by his parents, but with the help of a CASA volunteer, is adopted into a loving family. Previously "One Boy's Story" was recognized with a Silver award for Art Direction & Design in the 2012 PromaxBDA North America Design competition.
Nominated for Outstanding Crafts Achievement Off-Air: Photographer - Program
is the brand film "The Doughnut Vault"
. Produced and Directed by Mode Project, "The Doughnut Vault" documents the sights and sounds of the Chicago boutique doughnut seller. The film won "Best Super Short" at the Chicago Food Film Festival and was an official selection for the Chicago International Shorts Film Fest.
We are honored to be in such good company and looking forward to the awards ceremony. Congrats to all.