Screen Shot 2018-06-23 at 9.16.01 am.jpgJames McGrath, Creative Chairman at Clemenger BBDO, represented Australia on the Cannes Titanium Lions jury. McGrath, along with most of the other Australian and NZ jurors writes exclusively for CB.

So, now we all know the winners, I thought it would be useful to talk little about how and why the Titanium winning-work was awarded.

First-up, I want to reinstate how brilliant and frankly essential the live judging was, particularly for this category. Apart from the privilege of hearing the best of our industry and clients talk about the world's best work they have created, it really allowed us not to be simply judging a case film. Unlike a beautifully packaged two minutes, questions can be asked and the real nature of the intention, the methodology, the experience, the context and the decision-making can be examined. Very, very revealing and expansive or reductive as a result. Talking to the out-going Terry Savage (who has created and refined the festival as we know it for the last 30 years) he indicated that we may see more of this approach. It's obvious as ideas become more complex, more contextual and frankly more experiential you need to understand and attempt to feel that.

Titanium is defined as reconsidering the way forward, as a category it's to serve as an important reflective moment for the industry, to take stock and understand the signals of what's ahead and for us as a jury we also interpreted that as what's important to reconsider bringing with us.
Cannes-Lions-2018-Palais.jpgAustralia has once again punched above its weight at Cannes Lions, this year taking out 6th spot with a total of 56 Lions - including four Grand Prix.

The USA was by far the dominant country, scoring a massive haul of 332 Lions, more than three times the total of second-placed UK with 110 Lions. Brazil was placed third with 101 Lions followed by France with 70 Lions and Germany with 66 Lions.

Spain was placed 7th with 34 Lions, followed by the Netherlands at #8 with 31 Lions, New Zealand at #9 with 26 Lions and Colombia taking the #10 spot with 22 Lions.
Michael Ritchie_onSannesStage.jpgOne of Australia's finest production companies Revolver / Will O'Rourke has been awarded runner-up in the Palme d'Or, presented to the most awarded production company at Cannes Lions 2018, which was was awarded to MJZ, USA. Third spot was The Corner Shop, USA.

Several staffers from Revolver / Will O'Rourke were in Cannes this week, including managing director / executive producer Michael Ritchie (pictured left on the Cannes stage tonight).
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Titanium Lions, Film Lions, Glass: The Lion for Change, Sustainable Development Goals Lions and Creative Effectiveness Lions awarded

• 'Palau Pledge' picks-up three Grands Prix Lions across the week
• Two Grands Prix awarded in Film Lions

The 65th Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity closed with a final Awards Show. The evening's Lions'  winners demonstrated the power of creativity to change behaviours and minds and showcased creatively excellent work for brands and businesses that drives growth, impacts culture and creates a fairer world.
BWM-Cannes-Grand-Rix-1.jpgBWM-Cannes-grand-prix.jpgOn the final night of the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity BWM Dentsu, Sydney has taken out the Grand Prix for Good for The ALS Association 'Project Revoice', making it the fourth Grand Prix won by Australia this year.

The campaign was created with Nakatomi, Rumble Studios and Haystac.

The late run of Grand Prix contributed to Australia being placed 6th in the world with 56 Lions, behind the USA (332), UK (110), Brazil (101), France (70) and Germany (66).

Although in terms of quality of awards, there is no doubt Australia came in fourth spot.
Palau-3.jpgPalau-4.jpgHost/Havas Sydney's 'Palau Pledge' for Palau Legacy Project has just been awarded the ultimate Cannes Lions accolade - the  Titanium Grand Prix.

This is Host/Havas Sydney's third Grand Prix for 'Palau Pledge' at the Festival, which was created with Song Zu, THE POOL COLLECTIVE, Yukfoo and Red Agency.

"It won our hearts, not because of the good it did but because of the good it was. If our job is capturing attention and transferring it from mind to heart, 'Palau Pledge' was constructed as an incredibly effective vehicle. Truly inspiring work that will have a lasting legacy," said Titanium Lions Jury president: Colleen DeCourcy, Chief Creative Officer, Wieden+Kennedy.

Tourism Australia and Droga5 New York have scored one of five Titanium Lions for 'Dundee: The Son of Legend Returns Home' via Australia's Revolver/Will O'Rourke, Biscuit Filmworks, Second Child, UM New York, UM Sydney, Kovert Creative and Exile Editorial.

Also scoring a Titanium Lion is Aussie expat Max McKeon from Saatchi & Saatchi New York, for Tide's 'It's A Tide Ad', which he co-created as associate creative director and copywriter.

View the Titanium Lions winners - Titanium Lions Winners.xls

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Palau-Hero-PASSPORT-A_1920x1080.jpgHost/Havas Sydney has taken out the prestigious Sustainable Development Goals Lion Grand Prix for Palau Legacy Project 'Palau Pledge'. This is the agency's second Grand Prix win, after scoring the Grand Prix in Direct last night.

The agency has also picked up a Silver Lion and a Bronze Lion for the campaign, which was developed with Song Zu, THE POOL COLLECTIVE, Yukfoo and Red Agency.

View the Sustainable Development Goals Lions winners - Sustainable Development Goals Lions Winners.xls
StopTheHorror.jpgTonight Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity has presented the winners for the Cannes Film Lions. Australia has collected one Gold, one Silver and one Bronze.

Cummins&Partners has scored Australia's only Gold Lion for Go Gentle 'Stop The Horror' created with Revolver/Will O'Rourke, History Will Be Kind, ARC EDIT and ODD Studios.

J. Walter Thompson Sydney has scored a Silver Lion for Queeraz 'Virtual Equality' via Luscious International.

A Bronze Lion has been handed to BMF Advertising for ALDI Australia 'Pasta Sauce' via The Sweetshop, ARC EDIT, Alt.vfx and Rumble Studios.
SnickersHungerithm_D&AD_KeyVisual (1).jpgCannes Lions Festival of Creativity has kicked off the final round of winners tonight.

The Creative Effectiveness Lions has seen Clemenger BBDO Melbourne score two Bronze Lions for Snickers 'Hungerithm' and TAC 'Meet Graham' via AIRBAG and Flare Productions.

View the Creative Effectiveness Lions winners - Creative Effectiveness Lions Winners.xls

Anthony Svirskis' Cannes Diary #5

053aad31-b767-4d4d-a221-b196c7818f0f (2).jpgAnthony Svirskis, chief executive officer at Tribe is representing Australia on the Cannes Social & Influencer Lions jury. Svirskis, along with most of the other Australian and NZ jurors writes for CB.

Well, it's over. What a week. We had no blueprint for how to judge the winners of the inaugural Social & Influencer category, but here we are: The awards have been sent to their rightful homes, and I'm heading back to Melbourne.

After keeping everything under wraps, it was a relief to finally announce the winners to the world. Wieden + Kennedy and Nike's Nothing Beats a Londoner is hands down the campaign of the year, and couldn't deserve the Grand Prix more. It was incontestable.

London is maddeningly diverse: there was no way a one-size-fits-all approach would ever have worked. Peckham is nothing like Chelsea. South of the Thames is a different world to the North. Mess up your messaging and you'll piss heaps of people off.
dundee.jpgTourism Australia's star-studded 'Dundee: The Son of a Legend Returns Home' campaign, via Droga5 New York and UM, has secured a coveted Titanium Lion award at the 2018 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.

The Titanium award rounded out a successful week in Cannes for Tourism Australia with Dundee picking up a total of ten Lions. Tourism Australia's youth-focused 'Aussie News Today' campaign, developed in conjunction with Clemenger BBDO Sydney, also took home a Gold and Bronze Lion.

An inspiring oasis at the back of the Palais

0.jpgSimon Langley, ECD, J. Walter Thompson Sydney escaped the crowds and lines of the main stages and found himself drawn this year to a more intimate side of the festival, The Innovation Lions. Langley reports exclusively for CB.

There is so much going on at the Cannes Lions, the hardest part is working out how you're going to get the most out of it. In previous years, I've often attended the main stages with the big names and celebrities that draw the huge crowds. Even this year, I went along to see the inspiring David Droga who kicked it off on Monday, and had a laugh at the expense of Donald Trump with Jeff Goodby and Michael Wolff. But as the festival rolled on, the lines grew and I found myself almost needing to camp out the night before just to get in.

I decided this year to spend more time over at the Innovation Lions in the smaller Palais II. Here, there are four main sections. The Innovation Stage, The Interactive Stage, The Lions Innovation Start-Up Academy and the Makers Lab. Bizarrely, even though there was a fantastic buzz and plenty going on, there were no crowds. Or huge lines.

After perusing the different areas, I settled in to The Makers Lab to watch the live judging of the Innovation Lions shortlist which is spread out over three days.
It's such a different dynamic to a normal jury room. More intimate, with a lot more accountability. What I loved, was there is absolutely nowhere to hide.

Karen Ferry's Cannes Diary #2

Screen Shot 2018-06-22 at 3.30.20 pm.jpgKaren Ferry, senior copywriter at Leo Burnett Sydney is representing Australia in this year's See It Be It programme in Cannes. Here she shares her experiences straight from the festival, exclusively for CB.

Today, I met a knight and she wore a silk dress.
 
Her name? Sylvia Rotta.
 
I also met Dave Droga (R.I.P. me). Colleen DeCourcy. Kat Gordon and Lisen Stromberg from the 3% Movement. Names of famous industry leaders, now formed into advocates: of us. In between, we sit in on a lecture with Thandie Newton (above), British vogue editor Edward Enninful and Tiffany Warren from Ominicom.
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Sir Martin Sorrell has used his first public appearance since being forced to leave the advertising group WPP to criticise the board of his former company, dismiss suggestions that he paid for a sex worker on company expenses, and complain he was not treated fairly.

"What has happened could have come out significantly differently," he said. "I'll just leave it at that. There were other courses of action which were open to the company, which they did not take."

Sorrell dismissed the "scurrilous and salacious stuff that has been thrown around" about his departure in what he called a "ridiculous" press frenzy.

Earlier this month the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported one strand of the investigation that led to his departure was an allegation he used company money to pay for a sex worker, which he strenuously denied.

Screen Shot 2018-06-22 at 10.33.10 am.jpgANZ and media agency PHD have partnered with JCDecaux and creative agency TBWA to launch a unique campaign that harnesses the power of data across three cities incorporating actual tram, train and bus timetable information to align with the new ANZ App.

When commuters are waiting at their bus, train or tram stop in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, the accompanying JCDecaux digital panels will pull in accurate timetable information for specific stops that cleverly contextualises the benefits of being able to use the ANZ App to get on top of your money, wherever you are.
James Honeyborne .jpgBlue Planet II executive producer James Honeyborne (left) received the first Global Goal 14 Life Below Water Impact award for positive ocean awareness from the UN's Director for Ocean Dr Lisa Svensson (pictured below with Honeyborne).
 
Underwater ceremony took place in bay of Cannes and screened during the Global Goals seminar with campaigner and musician Simon Le Bon, Sky CEO Jeremy Darroch, Unilever CMO Keith Weed, evian's VP Marketing Patricia Oliva, Founder of Adjust Your Set and co-founder of BLUE Marine Foundation Chris Gorell Barnes and co-founder of Project Everyone Gail Gallie
Screen Shot 2018-06-22 at 9.21.57 am.jpgThe further adventures of Passion Pictures' reluctant rosé princess, Sophie Woods.

Dentsu Aegis Network acquires Klip Desk

Aaron Tobin, Simon Ryan, Matt Connell_SML.jpgDentsu Aegis Network (DAN) has today announced the acquisition of Klip Desk - a new technology business that is set to revolutionise the way live content is captured and measured across all digital media.

Founded by Aaron Tobin (left), Klip Desk is b2b enterprise software that enables sports rights owners to automate real time delivery and commercialisation of their highlights via a product called Klip Studio. It also provides a platform to effectively understand the value of sponsorship within these highlights via the Klip Logic product.
Screen Shot 2018-06-22 at 8.22.24 am.jpgMediaCom has been named Media Network of the year at the 2018 Cannes Lions Festival. The agency's work for Tesco in the UK landed the Grand Prix for Excellence in Media Planning, while campaigns for P&G's Gillette in Israel added two Silver Lions and a Bronze Lion. The agency also received eight shortlist nominations, making MediaCom the most decorated media agency in the competition.

The Grand Prix campaign, Tesco's Food Love Stories, enabled the retail giant to turn food shopping from a functional to an emotional purchase. While competitors focused on food provenance, Tesco used its first food campaign in three years to celebrate "the food you love to cook for the people you love".

Anthony Svirskis' Cannes Diary #4

IMG-20180620-WA0002 (1).jpgAnthony Svirskis (left), chief executive officer at Tribe is representing Australia on the Cannes Social & Influencer Lions jury. Svirskis, along with most of the other Australian and NZ jurors writes for CB.

LATE NIGHTS are part and parcel of the Cannes shenanigans. You can speak to any number of bleary-eyed ad men and women who spent the evening partying on a yacht, moved to the Carlton, and ended up in the Gutter.
 
I had a late one last night. Yesterday soon became today, but not because I was living the high life. Sadly, I didn't get to see Kylie. We knew it would be a long day. But finishing at 12:30am wasn't the plan. I'm bleary-eyed for all the wrong reasons.
 
Yesterday was far more relaxed than the bickering of the day prior. That's not to say consensus had become any easier. We were just shattered. I can't believe how tough this week has been. Honestly. Expectations and reality are often diametric. It's been so worth it though.

Josh Mullens' Cannes Diary #4

Photo 1.jpgJosh Mullens, EP and head of projects at Will O'Rourke, is representing Australia on the Cannes Brand Experience + Activation Lions jury. Mullens, along with most of the other Australian and NZ jurors writes exclusively for CB.

Tuesday's final day of judging was a whopper. 16.5 hours rounding out at 1.30am in the morning. From 9am-4pm we went through the 218 strong shortlist and reviewed the work. From 4-9pm we figured out what would get metal. From 9pm-12am we decided on the golds, silvers, and bronzes. And by 1.30am we had a Grand Prix. We chose the golds first as there was about 20 or so pieces of work that floated to the top and we selected 12 pieces knowing one would get a promotion.

Aden Ridgeway's Cannes Diary #4

Screen Shot 2018-06-22 at 7.46.31 am.jpgAden Ridgeway (left), partner at Cox Inall Ridgeway, is representing Australia on the Cannes PR Lions jury. Ridgeway, along with most of the other Australian and NZ jurors writes for CB.
 
And the winner is... After four days in the PR jury room, finishing at 1am on the last day, the PR winners for #CannesLions 2018 have been announced. I'm exhausted but am satisfied with the results and the process.

We awarded 86 Lions out of 2087 entries and the Grand Prix went to LADbible's Trash Isles campaign that reached half a billion people. The campaign focused on turning the France-sized-area of floating trash in the Pacific Ocean into an official country, with bank notes, stamps and a passport, and submitting an application to the United Nations. This obliges other countries to help clean it up.

Lisa Fedyszyn's Cannes Diary Wrap

Screen Shot 2018-06-22 at 7.38.28 am.jpgLisa Fedyszyn (left), group creative director at Ogilvy NZ, is representing New Zealand on the Cannes Direct Lions jury. Fedyszyn along with most of the other New Zealand and Australian jurors writes exclusively for CB.

Dear Cannes diary (Day 1, 2, 3 & 4),

Apologies for being so tardy, but there's been so many diary entries to read and so little time.

I know you've got a lot of catching up to do on all the other diaries, so here's a summary of my time on the Direct jury:

Trends:
Burger wars
Clown wars
Restaurants and cancer patients' taste buds are new media
Silverfish are the new pillow mints. That's not a new trend, just what one of my fellow jurors experienced in their hotel room.
Seeing the Gutter Bar clean at 6am. But that's because you're getting up then, not going home.
The Direct Jury being angry that the Radio Jury stayed in nicer hotel.
Tony+Chambers+Aw6dB4w7awCm.jpgThe Epica Awards, which is represented by CB in Australia and NZ, has kicked off its 32nd season with news of a very special advertising campaign, new prizes and a highly respected jury president.
 
Epica will hold its next jury meeting, conference and ceremony in Amsterdam from November 12 to 15. The ceremony itself will be held at the city's KIT Royal Tropical Institute. This year's jury president will be Tony Chambers (pictured), brand and content director of Wallpaper* magazine.

Says Chambers: "As someone who's passionate about design, branding and communications, I'm delighted to be able to join fellow journalists in these fields to determine who's doing the most innovative creative work right now."

Kim Bartowski's Cannes Diary #4

Screen Shot 2018-06-22 at 7.19.48 am.jpgKim Bartowski, creative director and associate partner at IBM iX is representing Australia on the Cannes Creative Data Lions jury. Bartowski, along with most of the other Australian and NZ jurors writes exclusively for CB.

Data is an ingredient of the idea, not the answer, meaning the creative idea should be more impactful because of the data. The data isn't the hero, the creative idea should be. It's the creative use and interpretation of that data makes the work stand out. Seems pretty clear to understand, right? So, you might have thought picking a Grand Prix was obvious after 10 people spent 24 hours over 4 days watching, discussing and debating the merits of each idea and the data that inspired it. After spending 960 hours together, you would have thought our jury's favourite was obvious.
IMG_1217 (1).jpgCB-COVER-JUNE-2018.jpgHost/Havas Sydney has taken out the prestigious Cannes Direct Lions Grand Prix for Palau Legacy Project 'Palau Pledge'. This is the first Grand Prix win for Australia at Cannes Lions 2018.

Che Proximity has picked up a Silver Lion for Carsales 'AutoAds'.

Aussie expat Max McKeon, now at Saatchi & Saatchi New York, scored a Gold and a Silver Lion for Tide's 'It's A Tide Ad', which McKeon worked on as associate creative director and copywriter.

In the Direct Lions, 2,480 entries were received and 76 Lions awarded: 10 Gold, 27 Silver and 38 Bronze.

"Ideas that are human and make us feel, rise above the rest and the Grand Prix, the first large-scale tourism eco-pledge, did just this," said Direct Lions Jury president: Susan Credle, Global Chief Creative Officer, FCB.

Palau Pledge, the hot favourite this year for Australia, featured on the cover of the Campaign Brief June issue.

Download the Direct Lions winners - Direct Lions Winners.xls

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Project Revoice_Gold_.jpgAustralia has scored one Gold Lion, four Silver Lions and three Bronze Lions in the Cannes Creative Data Lions, presented tonight in Cannes.

Taking the Gold Lion is BWM Dentsu Sydney and NAKATOMI for The ALS Association Charity 'Project Revoice' developed with Haystac Sydney, which also won a Bronze Lion.

CHE Proximity scored two Silver Lions for Lego Australia 'Making the List' and Cochlear 'Hearprint'.
Screen Shot 2017-10-05 at 2.23.35 pm.jpgThe Cannes Media Lions results has seen Australia score one Gold Lion, three Silver Lions and four Bronze Lions.

Clemenger BBDO Sydney, with UM Sydney and One Green Bean, has picked up a Gold Lion for Tourism Australia 'Aussie News Today'.

UM Sydney has scored a Silver Lion and Bronze Lion for Tourism Australia 'Dundee' via Droga5 New York.

Silver Lions were also awarded to Host/Havas and Red Agency for Palau Legacy Project 'Palau Pledge' and Y&R Melbourne for Monash University 'Sip Safe'.

CHE Proximity scored two Bronze Lions; one for Carsales 'Auto Ads' and one for Velocity Frequent Flyer 'The Billion Point Giveaway'.

BWM Dentsu Melbourne, Vizeum Sydney and Cox Inall Change scored a Bronze Lion for Queensland Police 'Disappearing Person Alerts'.

Download the Media Lions winners - Media Lions Winners.xls
ProjectRevoice.jpgThe PR Lions category has seen Australia score two Silver Lions and two Bronze Lions.

BWM Dentsu Sydney and Haystac have scored a Silver and Bronze for The ALS Association Charity 'Project Revoice' via NAKATOMI.

The other Silver Lion has been awarded whiteGREY Australia for David Sheldrick Trust 'Hello in Elephant'.

Clemenger BBDO Melbourne has picked up a Bronze for Barbie 'Never Before Barbie'.

View the PR Lions winners - PR Lions Winners.xls
Wentworth_Rat_Hero (1).jpgSuper Bowl Key Vis (1).jpgAustralia has scored two Bronze Lions in the Cannes Social & Influencer Lions, presented tonight in Cannes.

Bronzes went to Mindshare Sydney for Foxtel 'The Wentworth Rat' and Host/Havas for Air New Zealand 'Loser's Paradise'.

dundee.jpgTourism Australia had an impressive haul with three Gold Lions and one Silver Lion for its 'Dundee: The Son of a Legend Returns Home' campaign created with Droga5 New York, Exile Editorial, UM New York, UM Sydney and Kovert Creative.

View the Social & Influencer Lions winners - Social & Influencer Lions Winners.xls
Sip Safe.jpgY&R Melbourne has scored a Bronze Lion in the Product Design Lions category, presented tonight in Cannes.

Y&R Melbourne has won its Bronze for its 'Sip Safe' work for Monash University.

Download the Product Design Lions winners - Product Design Lions Winners.xls
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This morning, legendary film and commercial director Sir Ridley Scott presented the 28th New Directors' Showcase to an audience of 2,300 Cannes delegates.

Taking place at the Palais des Festivals at the 2018 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, the 50 minute showcase presented the very best, groundbreaking directorial talent from around the globe. Partnering with Academy Award-winning creative studio MPC, the NDS provides a platform for latest directing talent and celebrates their creativity, innovation, and craft.

The showcase saw Ridley take to the stage in a Q&A with Kate Stanners the Saatchi & Saatchi Global Chairwomen and CCO. This year's theme, 'Regeneration:Year One' emphasized Ridley's forward facing views on new talent, the role of a director in today's comms landscape, and importance of both the idea and execution.

The visual identity for the 2018 New Directors' Showcase was created by Ridley's grand-daughter Cuba Tornado Scott in creative collaboration with the design team at MPC. Cuba was commissioned to create an original artwork inspired by the theme 'Regeneration:Year One'. The artwork was then used as the foundation for the team at MPC, led by creative director Antar Walker, to develop into a full title sequence and promotional materials.

CB close-up on the Cannes Lions Grand Prix

Trash Isles.jpgSix Grand Prix awards were awarded at the second awards night of these Cannes Lions. Campaign Brief highlights each of these worthy winners.

In the DESIGN LIONS the Grand Prix went to 'Trash Isles' by AMVBBDO, London for Plastic Oceans / Ladbible, United Kingdom. A powerful idea that highlights in the North Pacific, an area of plastic trash the size of France has formed. Governments have simply ignored it so the Plastic Oceans Foundation and LadBible submitted an application to the UN to recognise The Trash Isles as an official country. If granted, this would compel other nations to clean it up. As a result, 200,000 people became citizens and the campaign reached half a billion people.


The Lion's Share.jpgThe United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Australian and New Zealand production company FINCH, Clemenger BBDO Melbourne and founding partner Mars have today announced an initiative aimed at transforming the lives of animals across the world by asking advertisers to contribute a percentage of their media spend to conservation and animal welfare projects.

The initiative, a fund called The Lion's Share, will see partners contribute 0.5 percent of their media spend to the fund for each advertisement they use featuring an animal. Those funds will be used to support animals and their habitats around the world. Mars is the first advertising partner in The Lion's Share.
Palau-Hero-PASSPORT-A_1920x1080.jpgEight entries from Australia have made the cut in the shortlist round of Cannes Sustainability Development Goals Lions.

Leading the Australian agency pack is Host/Havas with four finalists for Palau Legacy Project 'Palau Pledge'.

Australian Finalists:

Clemenger BBDO Melbourne, Barbie, Never Before Barbie
Clemenger BBDO Melbourne, Airbnb, Until We All Belong
VML Sydney, Alexa Lifeline
Host/Havas, Palau Legacy Project, Palau Pledge (x4)
Deloitte Australia, The Great Barrier Reef Foundation, Value of Nature

Download the Sustainable Development Goals Lions shortlist - Sustainable Development Goals Lions shortlist.xls
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