Campaign India Team
Jun 22, 2017

Cannes Lions 2017: 17 shortlists for India on day six

Shortlists announced across Creative Effectiveness, Radio, Film, Film Craft and Digital Craft

Cannes Lions 2017: 17 shortlists for India on day six
Indian agencies have received a total of 17 shortlists on day six of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
 
Creative Effectiveness Lions
 
BBDO India has two shortlists for work on Ariel as does Leo Burnett for 'Bajaj V - The Nation's Bike'.
 
Ogilvy & Mather's 'Beauty Tips By Reshma' for Make Love Not Scars Acid Attack is also in contention. 
 
MullenLowe Lintas Group India and MullenLowe Singapore's entry '#HelpAChildReach5' for Lifebuoy is also in contention.
 
Radio Lions
 
BBH and Grey got two shortlists each in this category. 
 
BBH's shortlists came for the entries 'Paragliding' and 'Marathon' for Abbott Healthcare. 
 
Grey's shortlists came for 'Candy Class/Term 2' entry for Radio City.
 
McCann Worldgroup India's 'Dermaclinix - The Scientist' for Dermaclinix Hair Transplant Clinic has also made the cut. 
 
Ogilvy & Mather '#NotMusicToMyYears' for Love Matters is also in contention for a Lion. 
 
Film Lions
 
Taproot Dentsu's 'Odds' and 'Tale of Two' for Adidas have earned a shortlist each in the Film Lions.
 
BBDO India's work '#ReleaseThePressure' for Mirinda has also bagged a shortlist.
 
Wieden + Kennedy's 'Da Da Ding' for Nike is also in contention. 
 
Film Craft
 
Wieden + Kennedy has earned India's lone shortlist in this category for the 'Da Da Ding' entry for Nike.
 
Digital Craft Lions
 
No show.
 

 

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Campaign India

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