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Jun 21, 2018

Entertainment winners: Cannes Lions 2018

Cummins & Partners' 'Stop the Horror' and GREYnJ United's 'Friendshit' take home Entertainment Golds for APAC.

A still from the Gold Lion-winning 'Friendshit' film by GREYnJ United
A still from the Gold Lion-winning 'Friendshit' film by GREYnJ United

The much anticipated Entertainment Lions were announced last night, with a total of 48 Lions awarded from 1,255 entries, including 9 Golds, 15 Silvers and 23 Bronzes. 

The Grand Priz award went to N=5 Amsterdam for their 'Evert_45' campaign for KPN. 

Asia collected 6 Lions. Golds went to:

BBH Singapore won a Silver Lion for the 'IKEA Human Catalogue' campaign for IKEA, which was nominated by several creatives before Cannes as a contender. 

The three Bronze Lions were won by:

  • TBWA\Media Arts Lab Shanghai for the 'Three Minutes' campaign for Apple
  • Ogilvy Beijing for the '52 Mayors of Danzhai' campaign for Wanda
  • Host/Havas Sydney for the 'Loser's Paradise' campaign for Air New Zealand

View all the latest Cannes winners results, plus full coverage from our editors on the ground, here.

 

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