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Jun 28, 2010

Cannes: Leo Burnett Singapore clinches two gold Lions for Film craft category

CANNES - Leo Burnett has won three gold Lions, one in the Film category for Australia and two in the Film Craft category for Singapore. The latter win was in partnership with Arc Worldwide.

Cannes: Leo Burnett Singapore clinches two gold Lions for Film craft category

Leo Burnett/ Arc Worldwide Singapore won two Gold lions for directing and copywriting in the Film Craft category for 'Funeral' developed for the Ministry of Community Development, Youth & Sports.  Similarly Colenso BBDO Auckland won two gold Lions for 'Going west', a reading campaign developed for the New Zealand Book Council.

In the Film category, Australia took home two gold Lions. Droga5 Sydney won gold for its 'Regulars' campaign developed for Foster's and Leo Burnett Sydney also won gold for its 'Monkey' entry for WWF.


JWT Bangkok won a silver Lion for 'Bridge' developed for Muang Thai Life Assurance. Meerkats Perth also scooped a silver Lion for its 'Working less/ How it used to be' health insurance campaign for HBF.

In the final silver win for the region in this category, Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai took home a Lion for its 'Software engineer/ Bus driver' campaign promoting domestic violence awareness for Breakthrough Trust in India.

Saatchi & Saatchi Sydney won a bronze Lion for its 'Leak/ Nana/ Sms' campaign for Lion Nathan Australia promoting Toohey's Beer.

A further bronze Lion went to Wieden + Kennedy Tokyo for 'Nike music shoe' for Nike Japan. 'Nike music shoe' also won a silver Lion in the Film Craft category.


Three Titanium and Integrated Lions were awarded in this region. Clemenger BBDO Melbourne took home silver for 'Support scent' developed in support of the blind for Guide Dogs Australia. Colenso BBDO Auckland also won silver for 'Yellow chocolate' for Yellow Pages.

Finally Saatchi & Saatchi Sydney won a bronze Lion for 'Beer economy' developed for Lion Nathan Australia to promote Toohey's Beer.

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