Australia's FINCH ranks #2 in Bestads Production Company World Rankings for 2017; Matthijis Van Heijningen, Steve Rogers + Gary Freedman lead 2017 Director Rankings

Screen Shot 2017-12-29 at 9.46.21 am.pngAustralia's FINCH has been ranked the world's number two production company in the 14th Annual Bestads Rankings, released today.

FINCH was just behind US-UK based MJZ with Australia's Revolver/Will O'Rourke ranked third followed in equal fourth place by Australia's Goodoil Films, by UK-US based Rattling Stick, US/UK based Smuggler and UK based Somesuch.


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Screen Shot 2017-12-29 at 10.07.22 am.pngAustralian director Steve Rogers from Revolver was ranked equal #1 in 2017, followed by Aussie expat director Gary Freedman from Aus/US based The Glue Society, who tied for 3rd spot.

Aussie expat Kim Gehrig from Revolver/Will O'Rourke was ranked equal 6th while Aussie directors Nick Ball from FINCH, Trevor Clarence from Revolver, Matt Devine from Revolver, Hamish Rothwell from Goodoil Films and NZ director Adam Stevens from Robber's Dog all made the top 10.

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The 2017 Bestads Rankings of the top production companies and directors in the world is based on points awarded for work selected in Top 6 of the Week on bestadsontv.com over the last year. The Rankings also include the top advertising agencies, executive creative directors, creative directors, creatives and client companies.

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