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FireFox Flicks Winners Announced

It killed us that we're so busy at Ad:Tech, we couldn't get over to the announcements of the Firefox Flicks video contest winners at the San Francisco International Film Festival this afternoon. The grand prize winner, Pete Macomber's " Daredevil ," will be short-listed for the NY Festival of Advertising's 2006 International Advertising Awards in May

firefox flicks.jpg It killed us that we’re so busy at Ad:Tech, we couldn’t get over to the announcements of the Firefox Flicks
video contest winners at the San Francisco International Film Festival this afternoon.

The grand prize winner, Pete Macomber’s “Daredevil,” will be short-listed for the NY Festival of Advertising’s 2006 International Advertising Awards in May. Finalist and runner-up videos will be incorporated into Mozilla’s 2006 marketing activities.

The Firefox Flicks campaign continues throughout 2006.

More user-generated submissions can be viewed here.

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