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Cannes 2015: Taproot and BBDO shortlisted for Film Lions

26-June-2015
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Cannes 2015: Taproot and BBDO shortlisted for Film Lions

2 Indian entries have been shortlisted for Cannes Film Lions this year.


One is Taproot’s ‘Hated By Some, Thankfully’ campaign done for Bennett Coleman & Co.’s Mumbai Mirror. The production company is Ramesh Deo Productions.


Another entry shortlisted was that of BBDO Gurgaon’s ‘The World Wants More of a Good Thing’ campaign for Indian Confederation of NGOs (iCongo) – Appeal, for which the production company was Flying Saucer Pictures.


Taproot’s entry was shortlisted under sub-category Publication & Media while BBDO’s entry was shortlisted under sub-category Charities, Fundraising, Appeals, Non-Profit Organisations, Public Health & Safety, Public Awareness Messages.


A total of 277 entries were shortlisted for Film Lions.

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