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Assembly is a production company with a core team of directors, filmmakers, concept artists, graphic designers, developers, engineers, vfx specialists, 3D artists and animators. We combine these skills to meet any brief and craft award winning work. We have been doing this from Auckland, New Zealand since 2010.
We have been shortlisted in this years LIA Awards - our Oat the Goat website for Digital Animation/Motion Graphics and Art Direction, and our work with Heinz on Geoff for Post Production CGI Animation. Winners announced 7 Nov, fingers crossed!
Our most recent dev project, Oat the Goat, has been chosen to be Site of the Month for June on Awwwards! Check out the article here
Wow. So excited to be SOTM! Thanks so much to all who voted for us
We picked up a Wood Pencil in Film Advertising Crafts/Animation for Heinz at this years D&AD Awards... and Y&R nabbed a Yellow Pencil in Branding too!
And that's a Webby! We won a Webby for Best Use of Animation/Motion Graphics for Heinz - thanks Y&R for the great project and congrats to all involved!
Assembly won Production Company of the Year at last nights 38th Axis Awards; and Golds, Silvers and Bronzes were awarded across our work on Inside Out, Geoff, and Barista Bros.
Director Matt von Trott at the Webbys, collecting our award for Kubo & The Two Strings!
Our work on McWhopper was awarded a Gold in this years LIA Digital awards! Congratulations also to Y&R who picked up a load of awards for this project too. Result!
We’re looking for a motion design artist! Strong design eye, AE etc. 3 years min industry experience. Apply now at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the trailer for our short film Cradle. Make sure you get along to the 2016 New Zealand Internationl Film Festival, Cradle was one of the 6 best chosen this year by Lee Tamahori.
McWhopper wins again! Congratulations to our friends at Y&R NZ for picking up a 2016 Webby for McWhopper, in Corporate Social Media Responsibility Campaigns.
Congratulations to Saatchi & Saatchi for their huge night at this years Axis awards with Clever Kash, and to Y&R NZ for their success on McWhopper – both projects on which we collaborated!
Our work on PwC was awarded golds at this years Axis, in both Craft and Digital Craft categories - and a silver in Digital & Interactive.
Our website for PwC Extraordinary won a Silver in Interactive at the One Show
PwC Extraordinary wins a Silver Cube at the ADC 94th annual awards
Our Extraordinary project with Deutsch for PwC has won a pencil in the 2015 D&AD Awards
Two awards for Sony Be Moved at the 36th AWARD Awards last night, silver in Digital Design Craft - Animation and Bronze in Digital Design Craft - Website Design.
Sony Be Moved wins a Gold at last weeks Axis Awards ceremony, in Digital Craft: User Experience.
Devil's Chair picked up a Silver for Animation at the LIA 2014 this week, and was also a finalist in the Direction category.
Our project for Amnesty Trial By Timeline was awarded a Yellow Pencil at D&AD.
The Sony project we did with Wieden+Kennedy Portland won two awards last week at the 2014 Andy Awards in New York - Website and Digital Design
Assembly won 5 Craft Awards at this years Axis, including a Craft Grand Prix for NZI's The Devils Chair.
The Devils Chair also picked up Golds for Animation, Design & VFX and Direction. The Glass Cows project we worked on was given a silver in Animation, and our Tip Top TVC Back To Nature also won in animation - a Bronze.
V Motion Project gets 'in book' for D&AD 2013.
Woman's Refuge receives the Type Directors Club “Certificate of Typographic Excellence” and will be included in the TDC34 Annual. It will also be shown at the 59th Awards Exhibition in New York.
The V Motion Project gets a coveted finalist spot at the SXSW Interactive Awards in the 'Experimental' category.
We are talking at We Can Create this year. Other great speakers in the line up also.Come join us!
Matt Trott takes Gold at Axis for "Sleepeater" in 'Digital Craft'. Bearhugs for all involved, in particular Curtis Baigent, Mark Zeman, Jeff Nusz and most importantly director Sam Peacocke.