Cannes wrap-up: A big year for Canada
See the final awards tally, plus a look back at our coverage from the festival.
Canada strikes Gold, Silver and Bronze in Film
People may have shorter attention spans today, but that’s not stopping brands from making long-format content, says juror Darren Clarke of this year’s work.
Leo, Grey stand tall in Titanium and Integrated
Canada’s top-performing campaigns at Cannes this year have each earned a Lion in one of the festival’s most coveted categories.
In the jury room with… Google’s Michael Joffe
The juror on why brands need to stop playing nice and what #LikeAGirl could have done to place higher in Branded Content.
Canada shut out of Film Craft
Four chances were not enough in the increasingly crowded category, with the Grand Prix going to U.K.-based John Lewis’ Christmas spot.
Canada’s four Branded Content wins
Our country takes home two Silvers and two Bronzes in the category.
Cannes 2015: Navigating YouTube and beyond
Reza Izad, CEO and co-founder of Collective Digital Studios, on the future of collaboration between brands and content creators.
No Grand Prix or Canadian win in Creative Data
But the work that did win in the category, as well as in Innovation, offer lessons on where both are headed.
A wake-up call for Cannes
During the first Lions Innovation festival, DDB global CCO Amir Kassaei says confusing tech with innovation is leading creatives to forget their purpose.
Cannes 2015: Food for thought (Part II)
What Unilever’s Keith Weed is making the time to do in Cannes.
Lessons from Pharrell’s path to success
Bostons Pizza’s Joanne Forrester on what marketers can learn from the musician’s talk at Cannes.
Canada has 11 more chances in Cannes
Our country picks up noms in Film Craft, Branded Content and Titanium and Integrated.