January 2005
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;1/3/2005, Vol. 387 Issue 9, pC-6
This article reports that celebrating its 34th year, the Key Art Award show to be held in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, was created by the journal "The Hollywood Reporter" as the only international competition that honors individuals responsible for the design and creation of movie marketing materials, including film posters, trailers, commercials, print ads, lobby displays, online and outdoor advertising.


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