Campaign India Team
Nov 19, 2012

Jack In The Box and Bang Bang strike metal at Ciclope Festival

Jack In The Box picks up a Gold for 'Kolaveri', Bang Bang gets a Silver for IPL 'Carnival'

Jack In The Box and Bang Bang strike metal at Ciclope Festival

At this year's Ciclope International Advertising Craft Festival, Jack In The Box Worldwide won a Gold in Digital - Social Media for 'Kolaveri Di'.

The other Indian winner was Bang Bang Films, which won a Silver for IPL 'Carnival' in Live Action - Art Direction. The film was also a finalist in the Live Action - Direction category.

Other finalists from India were: Nirvana Films for Cadbury Gems 'Museum' in Live Action - Direction, and Nomad Films for Volkswagen Jetta 'Flyboy' in Live Action - Direction and Live Action - Visual Effects.

The Grand Prix went to The Mill for 'Three Little Pigs' for The Guardian.

According to the website: "Cíclope is the only international festival fully dedicated to the craft skills in the advertising production industry. The Festival is a four-days event that takes place annually in Buenos Aires, Argentina, a city recognised for its large creative reputation."

The Grand Prix and Gold winners can be viewed here

 

Source:
Campaign India

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