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Cannes 2016: India gets 5 entries shortlisted in Film Craft Lions

25-June-2016
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Cannes 2016: India gets 5 entries shortlisted in Film Craft Lions

Out of 216 entries, India has 5 shortlists in its kitty in the Film Craft Lions category.

With two shortlists, Corcoise Films’ work for Ogilvy & Mather’s client Pidilite Industries’ ‘Fevicol Dahi  Handi’ campaign has been appreciated.

Early Man Films, Mumbai has made it to the shortlist with one entry for their work done for Publicis India’s client Ambuja Cement’s ‘Khali’ campaign.

BBDO India, Mumbai saw its work for Procter & Gamble’s ‘Dads, Share the Load’ campaign’ being shortlisted.

OffRoad Films has got one shortlist in the Film Craft category for Ogilvy & Mather’s client Lifebuoy Handwash’s ‘Lifebuoy Help A Child Reach 5 - Chamki’

The results will be announced tomorrow night.

Tags Film Craft Lions Ambuja Cement Pidilite Industries

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