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Bombay Ad Club rekindles the thrill of Cannes Lions 2007 in a special screening

14-January-2008
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Bombay Ad Club rekindles the thrill of Cannes Lions 2007 in a special screening

The Bombay Ad Club recently screened a two-hour AV film that recalled special moments and winners of Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival 2007. The screening, which took place in Mumbai, was attended by advertising professionals as well as students who relived the thrilling moments.

The Times of India is the official representative of the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival in India.

Bipin Pandit, General Manager, Bombay Ad Club, said, “We are glad to have this opportunity to bring back the moments of Cannes Lions 2007, and showcase some of the best works produced around the world in the year 2007.”

Time Out, a UK-based publishing company, which has joined hands with Paprika Media, a Mumbai-based publishing house, to publish the Indian edition of Time Out in major metros, was the official sponsor of this special screening of Cannes Lions 2007 in India this year.

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