Seven Canadians set to judge at Cannes

Canada is set to be well represented on juries at the 58th Cannes International Festival of Creativity.

Drumroll, please: the names of the Canadian jury members for the Cannes International Festival of Creativity have been announced.

Christina Yu, executive CD, Red Urban, Toronto, is sitting on the film jury; Christina Brown, VP creative, CloudRaker, secured a spot on the Cyber jury; Antoine Bécotte, Cossette, Montreal, is sitting on the Direct jury; Paul Little, CD, TBWAVancouver, is a Radio judge; Christine Dacyshyn, senior copywriter, Ogilvy & Mather, is on the Promo & Activation jury; Helene Godin, CD, partner, Sid Lee, is on the Design jury; and Mark Sherman (pictured), executive chairman, Media Experts, rounds out the Canadian contingent, securing a spot on the Media jury.

‘Our judges have earned a rightful place on the world stage and we look forward to seeing Canadian creativity earn the top awards in Cannes,’ said Andrew Saunders, VP, advertising sales, the Globe and Mail, in a release.

The festival will get underway in Cannes, France on June 19.