Cannes Lions Grand Prix & more awardsWinners Made With PSN

[Updated 3 August 2021]

Cannes Lions is a virtual memory, but I’d still like to raise a glass. We’re excited to share that PSN supported the live action filming of three award-winning campaigns.  Congrats to all, beginning with Chelsea Pictures for its Grand Prix winning #WombStories filmed with our team in Barcelona.  The Spanish island of Majorca is where CoorDown filmed The Hiring Chainwinner of a silver and bronze Lion.  And it was up in the Arctic Circle where World War Seven worked with PSN Norway to shoot the silver and bronze Lion-winning Oreo Doomsday Vault, also awarded gold and bronze at The One Show.  Just a few weeks later, Chelsea Pictures went on to win top production company honors at the AICP awardsEach of these stellar campaigns also earned multiple New York Festivals Advertising Awards. 

We’re honored to contribute toward outstanding work produced by the industry’s best. The range and caliber of our worldwide shoot support is evident in recent PSN Partner work with Smuggler in Sweden, Stink in Florida, Unit9 in France, Iconoclast in South Africa, Imperial Woodpecker in Puerto Rico, Anorak in Denmark, 1stAveMachine in Korea, and Partizan in Canada, to name a few.

Producers can use some encouragement these challenging times.  Time for a reminder of all we can do for you from the American producer and founder of PSN-Production Service Network. Why not schedule a 20 minute Zoom to catch up?

I can share insights from my seat at the helm of our one-stop shop of vetted service company Partners in 50 territories.  We put a world of knowledge and filming experience at your fingertips.

The new PSN website taps you into local production specs and Covid-19 filming status to help determine where best to shoot. We even identify territories where commercial shoots qualify for local incentivesLearn more here about how we facilitate filming abroad at no added cost.

Resilience has its rewards.  Fully vaccinated folks are turning back the tide pandemic production slowdowns.  PSN remains here, which is most everywhere you’ll ever want to film, to help you tell stories that reflect the diverse world we call home.  We’re looking forward to reconnecting and finding an opportunity to work together soon.