Logorama: City Weekly Won an Oscar! 

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All right, not exactly. But among the many corporate insignias found in the Best Animated Short winner Logorama was that of this publication—the old, pre-2009 version, but still.

You could even say that we were thanked by producer Nicolas Schmerkin, who in his acceptance speech expressed gratitude to “the 3,000 nonofficial sponsors that appear in the film.” You’re welcome, Nicolas. We’ll just be taking our 1/3,000th of that trophy now.


[Oscars 2010 Mejor Cortometraje] - Logorama

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