Campaign India Team
Oct 19, 2011

Hugh Hudson to share his advertising show reel today

The event will be held in Mumbai at Cinemax in Infinity Mall 

Hugh Hudson to share his advertising show reel today

The International Advertising Association India Chapter (IAA-IC) in collaboration with MAMI (Mumbai Academy of Moving Image) is organising an event in which Hugh Hudson will display his showreel to members of IAA-IC and MAMI.  This event will be sponsored by
There will be a few seats reserved for advertising and film professionals and students.  

The award-winning film maker of ‘Chariots of Fire’ will share his advertising film show reel that has won him multiple Cannes Grand Prix.

Commenting on this occasion, Kaushik Roy, president, IAA-IC said, "This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for advertising and film professionals here in Mumbai, to hear the legendary film maker share his experiences and insights about his award winning work. He is one of the few recipients of the special Cannes Lion that was presented on the 50th Anniversary of the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival, to those who have won the Cannes Grand Prix more than once!"

During the course of this event, Hugh Hudson will show and share his thoughts about some of his advertising pieces like British Rail, British Airways, Fiat Strada, Benson & Hedges among others. 

This event will be held at 7:00 pm in Mumbai at Cinemax in Infinity Mall.

Campaign India

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