ABOUT EGG FILMS
Egg Films started in 1998 as a two man operation based in Cape Town. Through a philosophy of creating innovative and conceptually-driven work, the South African production company built a reputation for producing award-winning commercials.
Egg rapidly established itself as a leading production company in South Africa, picking up a slew of local and international accolades along the way, including multiple inclusions in the Gunn Report’s ‘Most Awarded Production Companies of the World’ feature.
With offices in Johannesburg and Cape Town, Egg represents a strong roster of South African and foreign-based directors.
Today, Egg has cemented a reputation for outstanding work, with a hands-on service department that extends Egg’s core principles of innovative, creative work to a wide range of visiting international production companies, shooting in Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands.
:: The first SA production company to win a Cannes Lions Grand Prix for adidas Originals Original Is Never Finished
:: Winning South Africa’s first ever Grand LIA at the London International Awards 2010 for Topsy Selinah
:: Four Association of Independent Commercials Producers (AICP) Awards
:: Three inclusions in the annual Gunn Report’s ‘Most Awarded Production Companies of the World’ feature
:: Three Gold Lions at Cannes Lions
:: Two Gold Clio Awards
:: Two Golds at the New York Festival
:: Gold Andy Award
:: Six Grand Prixs, 47 Gold and many Silver and Bronzes at the Loerie Awards
:: Top ranked South African production company at the Loerie Awards for 2013 and 2015, and the most awarded in 2014, 2016 and 2017
:: Creative Circle Ad of the Year 2013 and 2016
:: Best Music Video of 2015, OneScreen
:: APEX Grand Prix
:: Branded Content Gold, Bookmarks 2017
:: Our ads and music videos have over 300m views on YouTube and Facebook
Egg Films is a level 2 contributor to B-BBEE.
For brand films and music videos, check out Egg Films’ sister company, Arcade Content.
If you’re feeling nostalgic, check out our favorite work from the Noughties here.