Campaign India Team
May 27, 2021

Cannes Contenders 2021: Wondrlab WYP

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Cannes Contenders 2021: Wondrlab WYP
After a year's gap, the organiser of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2021 will be celebrating work from the industry through its virtual red carpet awards nights between 21-25 June.  
 
Campaign India will be showcasing all of India's entries to the festival through our 'Cannes Contenders' series.  
 
They say Cannes jurors don’t get enough time to scrutinise and deliberate on a piece of work they haven’t really come across before. This series is a way of acquainting them with the good work from India and South Asia before their judging stint. And of course, to acquaint the rest of the industry with which work from this region is competing at Cannes Lions this year.  
 
We are presenting here entries from Indian/South Asian agencies that their creators believe should win big at the 2021 International Festival of Creativity.  
 
Wondrlab WYP has two such entries: 
 
TOI
Wear a mask

Johnnie Walker
The Travelling Billboard

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