The Best Commercials of 2001: AICP&BABA

February 1–8, 2002


The AICP Show 2003: The Art and Technique of the American Television Commercial

For the past 12 years, the Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) has assembled a reel of commercials produced for American or foreign broadcast during the previous year. The 2003 edition includes the best two or three commercials of 2001 in 22 craft categories, judged by advertising professionals across the U.S. Every year, the AICP donates the award-winning commercials to The Museum of Modern Art. 70 min.

British Advertising Broadcast Awards 2003: Award-Winning British Commercials

This 20th annual exhibition presents approximately 100 British commercials made in 2001 for television and cinema that were selected for excellence in various product categories, including public service announcements, by British advertising professionals. Presented in cooperation with the British Television Advertising Awards office in London. 76 min.

The Best Commercials of 2001: AICP&BABA was organized by Laurence Kardish, Senior Curator, Department of Film and Media.


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