Canadian Young Lions adds a little complexity
How this year’s competition brief hopes to help us better compete on the international stage.
The Contenders: The best of Film and Integrated
Our final look at this year’s awards favourites examines likely standouts in two marquee categories.
The Contenders: Tech that packed a punch
Our look at this year’s award show hopefuls continues with work that used technology to bring insights to life.
The Contenders: Designs for success
Our look at this year’s award show hopefuls examines the design-focused work that will turn judges’ heads.
Cannes announces changes to Creative Effectiveness
Five new categories aim to recognize more regional, cause and client-led campaigns that drove business results.
Cannes makes changes to categories
Multiple Lions have been tweaked to focus on data, technology and brand experience as entries for the awards open.
Young Lions registration opens
Industry pros under 30 have a chance to compete at Cannes as part of the annual competition.
Rob Dembitz on the value of creativity
The global head of innovation at Cannes Lions on the challenges and transformations the industry is going through.
How did Canada fare in Cannes?
See the final awards tally for 2016, plus a look back at our coverage from the festival.
The case against short-termism in creativity
Edelman Canada’s Lisa Kimmel on why ignoring the business case means putting creativity out of business.
Cannes 2016: Canada comes up short in final categories
While Canada was shut out of Film, Titanium and Integrated, the country’s Young Marketers go home with a Bronze.
Cannes 2016: Canada brings home wins in first Entertainment Lions
JWT, Jam3 and Canada Goose pick up Lions, while Beyonce’s “Formation” takes a Grand Prix in the Entertainment for Music Lions.
Cannes 2016: Does copy testing kill – or create – great work?
JWT’s Brent Choi on the role of testing in award-winning Film campaigns.
Cannes 2016: Canadian work gets shortlisted in Integrated
FCB lands on that shortlist, while Canada Goose gets a mention in Film Craft, but no work appeared in Titanium.
Cannes 2016: Where are you, planners?
FCB Toronto’s Shelley Brown asks if we’re living with the myth that strategy and creative can be separated.