Nearly 10,000 people attended last year’s sold-out screenings of the British Television Advertising Awards. This year’s winners are even more innovative, racy, and side-splitting. U.S. celebrities Spike Lee, Carrie Fisher, and Roy Scheider promote mobile-phone company Orange, while David Beckham pitches Adidas. Trojan Condoms takes a Gold Award for an explicit viral campaign that was spread by e-mail users. Honda Accord’s entry—inspired by Rube Goldberg and Fischli and Weiss’ The Way Things Go—wins Best Commercial of the Year and is sure to delight. 2004, U.K., color, video, 65 minutes.
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