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It’s not all Manolos and Cosmos – and SJP is spilling the beans on how TV show Sex and the City created real impact with its audience.
Joined by Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Joanna Coles, the actress talks about how SATC caught a moment in women’s lives.
Adobe has posted a slideshare in relation to its 11 am session today, on how creatives must reinvent themselves:
Forbes has an interesting blog post discussing a Tuesday Forum session with Decoded, which has ingested a mass of Cannes Lions data and claims to be able to use it to make predictions about this year’s winners. Here’s Decoded’s own page teasing the session. You can also follow the hashtag #cannesoracle.
Cannes Lions has launched a new scheme this year to help Cannes first-timers navigate the sprawling festival. There are tours of the main conference venue, the Palais Des Festivals, twice daily, to help people find their way around.
BBH’s creative founder reveals his top seminar picks for this year in the official Cannes app, created by PHD.
We all attend Cannes for any number of reasons: meeting people, exchanging views, learning and hopefully gaining a competitive edge. It’s certainly not for the Rosé!
Twitter’s Cannes Lions seminar, “#Live Storytelling” was live-streamed at 12 midday Cannes time on Sunday.
It features actor Sir Patrick Stewart, Twitter’s VP of global brand strategy Joel Lunenfeld, American Express SVP of digital partnerships and development Leslie Berland and Ignacio Oreamuno, the president of the Art Director’s Club.
If this film doesn’t get you excited about creativity and the week to come…
Campaign@Cannes has teamed up with Ogilvy & Mather to produce some nifty infographics and slideshow summaries from this year’s Cannes Lions festival.
Baywatch, Knightrider and America’s Got Talent star David Hasselhoff is about to take to the stage in the first seminar of Cannes Lions 2014.