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Foxtel
(Media and Entertainment)
Intel
(Tech)
Guy Pearce
(Movies & TV)
Sydney Film Festival
(Movies & TV)
 

See also

The Monkeys (Creative Agency)

Knowledge Identifier: &The_Monkeys_(Creative_Agency)

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The Monkeys (Creative Agency)

Independent creative business based in Sydney add

Category: Business (28)

Founded in 2006.

Countries: Australia (75%), United States (25%)

Main connections: Foxtel, Intel, Guy Pearce

Linked to: Foxtel, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, IKEA, Sydney Symphony Orchestra

 

Timeline


 

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2006

Founded in 2006 by Justin Drape, Scott Nowell and Mark Green, they now employ over 100 full-time staff including Writers, Art Directors, Designers, Filmmakers, Musicians, Photographers, Strategic Planners and Artists and Technologists add something


2007

In 2007 The Monkeys were named Adnews and B&T emerging agency of the year add something


2009

Hosted by chef Sean Connolly, the show first screened on SBS in 2009 and features the lives and cooking traditions of Australian immigrants and their families add something


2010

My Family Feast received awards at the 2010 World Food & Wine Festival and a 2010 Logie nomination add something


2011

In 2011 they were awarded B&T Advertising Agency of the Year, Campaign Brief NSW Agency of the Year and Australian Creative Advertising Hotshop of the Year add something

 

The film premiered at the 2011 Sydney Film Festival in June 2011 add something

 

The Ship Song Project was released globally as an online film on 26 July 2011, and shared across traditional and social media channels add something

 

A making of documntary filmed by Greg Appel, director of Australian documentaries Long Way to the Top and Bombora and voiced by Guy Pearce and aired on Foxtel on 11 August 2011 add something


2012

Since its launch in November 2012, KLIPPBOK has been downloaded 50,000 times in 100 countries, and featured at SXSW 2013 in an interactive project add something


2013

A series of Mixionary posters won a Yellow Pencil at D&AD 2013 add something

 

Created by The Monkeys as branded entertainment for Boost Mobile, the films won the Grand Prix at the 2013 APAC Branded Content & Entertainment awards add something

 

In 2013, The Monkeys were named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award finalists add something

 

In March 2013, The Monkeys and design studio Maud formed a multi-discipline brand and design company add something

 

"Intelligent Sounds" is an experimental film project created by The Monkeys, in collaboration with Flume and Intel, which launched on 26 September 2013 add something


2014

In November 2014, The Monkeys were named B&T Independent Agency of the Year 2014 add something


2015

After picking up MLA's lamb portfolio, The Monkey's 2015 installment of its iconic Australia Day campaign was the brand's most successful ever ad add something

 

In June 2015, The Monkeys took home Mumbrella TV Ad of the Year 2015 for MLA Australia Day campaign add something

 

In June 2015, The Monkeys were named Mumbrella Creative Agency of the Year 2015 add something

 

In December 2015, The Monkeys were named B&T Magazine Independent Agency of the Year 2015 add something


2016

In February 2016, The Monkeys were crowned Campaign Brief Australian Agency of the Year 2015 add something

 

In March 2016, The Monkeys were named AdNews Agency of the Year 2015, AdNews Independent Agency of the Year 2015 and AdNews NSW Agency of the Year 2015 add something

 

In June 2016, The Monkeys took home Mumbrella TV Ad of The Year 2016 for MLA Australia Day Campaign add something