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SMUGGLER
IndustryProduction Company
FounderBrian Carmody and Patrick Milling-Smith
Headquarters
Websitewww.smugglersite.com

SMUGGLER is an international production company. The company specializes in television, feature films, commercials, music videos, and live theater.

SMUGGLER is a three-time recipient of the Cannes Lions Palme d’Or[1]. Other accolades include the Cannes Grand Prix, a Hugo Award, an Emmy Award, and numerous D&ADs, Clios, AICP Awards, Cannes Gold Lions, and Film Craft Grand Prix. SMUGGLER’s 2011 Broadway production of the musical Once was nominated for 11 Tony Awards, winning eight including Best Musical[2].

Catalog[edit]

Company Awards[edit]

Year Award Show Merit Category Client/Project Recipient
2007 Boards Winner Production Company of the Year N/A SMUGGLER
2007 Cannes Lions[3] Winner Palm d'Or (Best Production Company) N/A SMUGGLER
2007 Creativity / AdAge Winner Production Company of the Year N/A SMUGGLER
2008 Hugo Awards Winner Committed to Excellence N/A SMUGGLER
2010 Creativity / AdAge Winner Production Company of the Year N/A SMUGGLER
2011 British Arrows Panlux Award Best Production Company of the Year N/A SMUGGLER
2011 Cannes Lions[4] Winner Palm d'Or (Best Production Company) N/A SMUGGLER
2011 Made in New York Winner Made in New York Award N/A SMUGGLER
2012 Clio Awards Winner Production Company of the Year N/A SMUGGLER
2012 Tony Awards Nominee Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical Once the Musical Cristin Milioti
2012 Tony Awards Nominee Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical Once the Musical Elizabeth A. Davis
2012 Tony Awards Nominee Best Choreography Once the Musical Steven Hoggett
2012 Tony Awards Winner Best Sound Design of a Musical Once the Musical Bob Crowley
2012 Tony Awards Winner Best Scenic Design of a Musical Once the Musical Clive Goodwin
2012 Tony Awards Winner Best Book of a Musical Once the Musical Enda Walsh
2012 Tony Awards Winner Best Direction of a Musical Once the Musical John Tiffany
2012 Tony Awards Winner Best Orchestrations Once the Musical Martin Lowe
2012 Tony Awards Winner Best Musical Once the Musical N/A
2012 Tony Awards Winner Best Lighting Design of a Musical Once the Musical Natasha Katz
2012 Tony Awards Winner Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical Once the Musical Steve Kazee
2015 Cannes Lions[5] Winner Palm d'Or (Best Production Company) N/A SMUGGLER
2015 London International Awards Winner Production Company of the Year N/A SMUGGLER
2015 The Gunn Report Winner Most Awarded Production Company N/A SMUGGLER
2017 Creativity / Ad-Age Winner Production Company of the Year N/A SMUGGLER
2017 Shots Awards Shortlist Production Company of the Year N/A SMUGGLER

Selected Notable Commercials[edit]

Year Brand / Client Spot Title(s) Director Agency
2008 Burger King[6] “Whopper Freakout” Henry-Alex Rubin Crispin Porter Bogusky
2010 Nike[7] “Human Chain” Brian Beletic Wieden + Kennedy Portland
2010 Puma[8] “After Hours Athlete” Ringan Ledwidge Droga5
2012 Target[9] “Color Changes Everything” Filip Engstrom Wieden + Kennedy New York
2014 Gatorade[10] “Made in New York - Derek Jeter” Henry-Alex Rubin TBWA/Chiat/Day Los Angeles
2015 Newcastle[11] “If We Won” & “If We Made It” Randy Krallman Droga5
2016 AT&T - It Can Wait[12] “Fletcher’s Drive” Miles Jay ESPN CreativeWorks
2017 Bose[13] “Get Closer” Jaron Albertin Grey London
2017 TurboTax[14] “Humpty Hospital” Ivan Zacharias Wieden + Kennedy Portland
2017 Lucozade Sport[15] “Anthony Joshua” Christopher Hewitt Grey London
2017 UNICEF[16] “The Shared Story of Harry and Ahmed” Joshua Neale 180 Amsterdam
2017 American Family Insurance[17] “Judo Kid” Jamie Rafn BBDO New York
2017 Marks and Spencer[18] “Christmas With Love” Tom Hooper Y&R London
2017 Sandy Hook Promise[19] “Evan” Henry-Alex Rubin BBDO New York
2017 Squarespace[20] “Calling JohnMalkovich.com Miles Jay John X Hannes, Grey London
2018 Tile[21] “Lost Panda” Mark Molloy Deutsch Los Angeles
2018 FIFA ‘18[22] “More Than a Game” Adam Berg adam&eveDDB London

Selected Music Videos[edit]

Year Artist Song Director
2006 The Hives “Main Offender” StyleWar
2006 Franz Ferdinand “This Fire” StyleWar
2006 CeeLo Green “Closet Freak” Brian Beletic
2008 Gnarls Barkley “Run” Guy Shelmerdine / Happy
2009 TV On The Radio “Wolf Like Me” Jon Watts
2011 Swedish House Mafia[23] “Save The World” Jon Watts
2016 Leon Bridges[24] “River” Miles Jay
2017 Run The Jewels[25] “Legend Has It” Brian Beletic
2017 Jay-Z[26] “Smile” Miles Jay

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Director
2012 Greetings from Tim Buckley[27] Danial Algrant
2013 Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian[28] Arnaud Desplechin
2017 Weightless[29] Jaron Albertin

Live Theater Productions[edit]

Year Play Writer Director Location
2011 Seminar[30] Theresa Redbeck Sam Gold Broadway
2011 Once[31] Enda Walsh John Tiffany Broadway
2017 The Kid Stays in the Picture[32] Simon McBurney Simon McBurney Royal Court Theater, London
2018 Cyprus Avenue[33] David Ireland Vicky Featherstone The Public Theater, NYC

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