Posts Categorized: Cannes TV

Cannes TV: Campaign’s Cannes survival guide

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WEB_Campaign_Cannes_survival_guideFirst time to Cannes Lions this year? Unsure what to expect as you bask in the 30-degree heat?

Aussie “survivalist” Andrew Galak, who will be presenting Campaign’s TV content throughout the duration of the festival, has done the hard work for you.

Gathering vital tips from the Campaign editorial team, this Cannes survival guide video is an essential watch before you head to the French Riviera. Read more on Cannes TV: Campaign’s Cannes survival guide…

Cannes TV: Worst experiences at Cannes 2014

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Untitled-1Sometimes it’s good to reflect on the bad points of an industry event. A number of Cannes Lions 2014 delegates shared their worst moments with us last year, including a swimming pool faux pas and missing out on talks and awards, as well as a close-call worst experience that turned out pretty well.

Maurice Levy, chairman and chief executive of Publicis Groupe, explained that the torture of being nearby swimming pools and beaches, but not actually using them, grates on him every year at Cannes. Especially when he has meetings. Read more on Cannes TV: Worst experiences at Cannes 2014…

Cannes TV: Campaign’s beach party 2014

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WEB_Cannes_2014_Campaign_beach_partyAhead of this year’s Cannes Lions festival, which kicks off in less than two weeks (21-27 June), we take a look back at the highlights as noted by industry peers from the 2014 event.

A number of delegates shared their experiences from the festival at last year’s Campaign magazine beach party. Clare Bowen, head of creative development at the Radio Advertising Bureau, said the joy of coming out to Cannes 2014 was seeing what the advertising industry looked like internationally. Read more on Cannes TV: Campaign’s beach party 2014…

Volvo Trucks and Harvey Nichols win Film Lions Grand Prix: watch the videos

Two campaigns have been awarded Film Lions Grand Prix awards at Cannes, on the final evening of awards ceremonies.

British agency Adam&Eve/DDB won one Grand Prix for “sorry I spent it on myself”, for Harvey Nichols, while “epic split” by Forsman & Bodenfors was awarded the second Grand Prix in the film category.

Read more on Volvo Trucks and Harvey Nichols win Film Lions Grand Prix: watch the videos…