Fable wins an Emmy
At the 60th Emmy® Awards, The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences awarded “The Boy and the Bucket: A Fable” as “Outstanding Commercial – Single Spot.” The brand film was created by Fable, a branding and advertising agency in Richmond, Virginia, and was directed and produced by Stolen Moment Productions. David Neale, Founder & CEO of Fable, accepted the award at the gala held on June 23. The winning film can be viewed on Fable’s homepage.
Key credits for “The Boy and the Bucket” include Fable’s David Neale as Chief Creative Officer/Art Director/Writer, Stolen Moment’s Tom Maher as Director/Editor/Cinematographer, Richard MacDonald as Cinematographer/Aerial Cinematographer, Julian Ashbee as Cinematographer, Allen Cavedo as Audio Recordist, and Rinny Wilson as Visual Effects Artist. The Emmy® Award is the premier television production award presented in various sectors of the broadcast and broadband industry, including entertainment programming, advertising, news and documentary shows, and sports programming. The awards are presented in various area-specific ceremonies held annually throughout the year, honoring excellence in television programming. (Detailed film credits at https://vimeo.com/221931514.)