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CANNES LIONS OFFERS UNRIVALLED TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES WITH TEN DEDICATED ACADEMIES

CL14-STACKED-LOGO-BLACK2Bob Isherwood Jack Klues Tim Mellors

25 April 2014 – The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity will this year offer its broadest range of unique training opportunities to date, allowing attendees to benefit from a learning experience like no other. Following the proven success of the academy programme, three new academies have been launched for 2014, bringing the total number of exclusive learning programmes to 10 and offering participants at all career levels – CEOs, CMOs, creatives, young creatives, planners, media executives, students – an exceptional chance to expand knowledge and boost professional prospects.

Commenting on the extensive programme, Steve Latham, Director of Talent and Training for Lions Festivals, says, “With Cannes Lions as a backdrop, there is no better time or place for targeted learning opportunities. The world’s greatest industry minds are in one place, for one week, meaning these academies benefit not only from the world-class Festival programme but also from unique targeted sessions and unrivalled networking opportunities. It’s an experience that couldn’t be had anywhere else.”

*NEW* CEO ACADEMY, sponsored by LinkedIn
This new course aims to offer CEOs and other business leaders the unique chance to learn insights and guidelines for cultivating a creative organisation. The two-day programme will cover: how to create a creative organisation; how to deal with transformation driven by new markets; and learnings from innovations. Professor Jerry Wind of The Wharton School, a Lauder Professor in the Marketing Department and the Director of the SEI Center for Advanced Studies in Management, will deliver the programme along with a select group of chief creative officers, chief marketing officers and technologists.

*NEW* YOUNG LIONS STORYTELLING ACADEMY, sponsored by Starcom MediaVest
This is a new intensive learning programme that focuses on the art and craft of storytelling and the positive impact it can have on brands. The academy will look at the ecosystem of brands and inspire Young Lions to understand how storytelling can develop and improve them whilst equipping them with the skills to share a brand’s story in the current media landscape. Keith Reinhard, Chairman Emeritus of DDB Worldwide Communications Group, Inc, will serve as academy dean.

*NEW* YOUNG PLANNERS ACADEMY
The new Young Planners Academy focuses on the process of the creative brief, understanding how the planner can deliver value to all stakeholders in the creative process. The academy is the first planning school designed specifically to teach young agency planners how to uncover creative insight, plan creative strategy and form the kind of relationships with creative people that consistently unlock more creative, more effective work. James Hurman, Founder and Principal of Previously Unavailable, will lead as academy dean with the help of course tutor, Teresa Alpert, Director of Crimea River Ltd.

CMO ACCELERATOR PROGRAMME, sponsored by Google and MMA
Led by Jim Stengel, this three day learning programme draws on the extraordinary mix of experience and talent that only Cannes Lions can offer, allowing senior marketing leaders to share the challenges they face with peers and help lead the marketing organisation for the future. Tailored sessions will come from award-winning creatives and marketers, whilst participants will also benefit from one-on-one sessions with Jim Stengel.

CANNES CREATIVE LEADERS PROGRAMME
Now in its fifth year, the Cannes Creative Leaders Programme is a partnership between the Berlin School of Creative Leadership and Cannes Lions. An intensive two week programme, participants spend the first week at the Berlin School campus followed by a second week at Cannes Lions, combining the official Festival programme of seminars and workshops with tailored and exclusive talks. The programme teaches people to get true creative excellence out of the teams they lead and focuses on three essential topics: the rapidly-changing creative landscape; the digital and media transformation; and the management of creatives. David Slocum, Faculty Director at the Berlin School, will lead the programme. 

ROGER HATCHUEL ACADEMY, sponsored by Statoil
This six day course brings together 35 students from across the globe and provides them with their own programme of unique, tailored sessions along with selected seminars and workshops from the main Festival programme. Tim Mellors, Global Creative Head at Grey Group, will serve as Academy Dean, with Clive Challis, Head of the Advertising Course at Central Saint Martins in London leading the course.

YOUNG CREATIVE ACADEMY, sponsored by Unilever
Aimed at young creatives aged 28 and under, the Young Creative Academy provides a week-long programme focused on expanding personal creativity. Participants will develop their creative thinking and learning to validate new ideas and implement innovative thinking. A combination of exclusive presentations from leading creative thinkers, guided sessions in the jury rooms and official Festival seminars provide a unique opportunity. The academy is led by Bob Isherwood who has had a long-standing career in advertising

YOUNG ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE ACADEMY
The Young Account Executive Academy equips future leaders with the tools they need to lead groundbreaking creativity for their clients. The course focuses on essential topics that include: leading a team; creating a culture of bravery; creating a killer brief; spotting genius idea development; and selling a winning idea. Kevin Allen, Chairman and Founder of re:kap, will tutor the academy.

YOUNG MEDIA ACADEMY, sponsored by BBC Advertising
A week-long course designed for media professionals aged 28 years or under and working for media agencies or media owners, the Young Media Academy explores the depth and breadth of creative solutions that can be applied across all media channels. Under the guidance of academy dean, Jack Klues, who prior to his retirement was Chairman and CEO of VivaKi, attendees will learn how they can creatively manage the relationship between the idea, the media channel and the client. 

JIM STENGEL YOUNG MARKETERS ACADEMY, sponsored by Dentsu Aegis Network
Aimed at professionals working for client marketer companies, this academy addresses the importance of creativity in communications and provides a bigger picture of a marketer’s role. The programme is led by Jim Stengel with experts Suzanne Tosolini and Serfi Altun serving as academy tutors. The course will focus on: the case for creativity; communication strategy excellence; best-practice agency-client relationships; and the modern brand.

To apply and for more information on the dates of each academy, costs and eligibility, please visitwww.canneslions.com. Cannes Lions takes place between 15-21 June in Cannes, France.

 

 

Dubai Lynx on Instagram by Anubis

To share the Dubai Lynx 2014 experience we set up an Instagram account of the experience from our side of the table. I hope you enjoy and share your experience too.

You can follow us on instagram dubailynx Louai Alasfahani

Invisible creativity visible copycats and cliche

Client: Salvation Army

Country: Canada

The above (By Leo Burnett Lebanon) just won Bronze at the 2012 Cannes Lions 59th International Festival of Creativity!!!

Execution
In public parks, where kids play freely with or without their parents, we placed a man camouflaged in the surrounding settings of the park. The actor, who was told to sit on a bench without moving, was labelled by flyers all around the park and beside him, explaining that ‘Predators are Everywhere’, even in the safest of places. Kids and moms approach the stunt with curiosity and playfulness. Once they discovered the flyer, and the content was absorbed, mother and child then entered into discussions, so that the parent may explain things in a manner that could be easily understood by the children.
Advertiser HIMAYA
Product NGO/CAMPAIGN AGAINST SEXUAL CHILD ABUSE
Entrant LEO BURNETT BEIRUT, LEBANON
Type of Entry: Best Campaign
Category: Best Integrated Campaign Led by PR
Title: BREAK THE SILENCE
Advertiser/Client: HIMAYA
Product/Service: NGO/CAMPAIGN AGAINST SEXUAL CHILD ABUSE
Entrant Company: LEO BURNETT BEIRUT, LEBANON
Advertising Agency: LEO BURNETT BEIRUT, LEBANON

CREATIVE CREDITS

Name Company Position
Bechara Mouznnar Leo Burnett Beirut Chief Creative Director
Malek Ghorayeb Leo Burnett Beirut Executive Creative Direcor
Areej Mahmoud Leo Burnett Beirut Creative Director
Charbel Sawane Leo Burnett Beirut Senior Art Director
Krystel Hoche Leo Burnett Beirut Senior Art Director
Marya Ghazzaoui Leo Burnett Beirut Art Director
Salem Habbous Leo Burnett Beirut Copywriter
Tania Saleh Leo Burnett Beirut Copywriter
Nada Abi Saleh Leo Burnett Beirut Deputy Managing Director
Michel Haddad Leo Burnett Beirut Communication Executive
Line Abou Nasr Starcom Media Vest Group Media Manager
Samer Choueiry Leo Burnett Beirut Head Of Digital Department
Mariah Ghazzaoui Leo Burnett Beirut Art Director

Client: Khimji’s Watches – Oris

Agency:

Country: Oman

Published in Business Today on June 2012

Sources:

Invisible originality / Pas Vu, Pas Pris?

Невидимый плагиат http://zyazyaveka.net

Source: Saatchi & Saatchi лажают

It was used as art by Liu Bolin’s famous camouflage artwork, as ads for charity, as ambient media and in the latest Sherlock Holmes movie now in a theatre near you.

Released: March 2008
Advertiser: United Nations
Brand name: Unicef (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund)
Product: Unicef (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund)
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Shanghai
Country: China

Credits & Description:

Title: Staircase
Client: Unicef
Agency: Shanghai Ogilvy & Mather Advertising / shanghai
Art Director: Kevin Lee, Haibo Huang, Phoebe Liao, Stephen Zhong
Creative Director: Kevin Lee, Fan Ng
Illustrator: Haohui Zhou, Bin liu, Spring Zhu, Chaowen Wu, Jinghua Pan
Writer: Adams Fan, Derek Huang, Raymond Yung, Andrew Lok

The Outdoor Advert titled Staircase was done by Ogilvy & Mather, Shanghai advertising agency for product: Unicef (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund) (brand: Unicef (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund)) in China. It was released in the Mar 2008.

Source: http://www.coloribus.com/focus/visual-effects-in-outdoor-ads/11463455/

Advertiser: Nokia Corporation
Brand name: Nokia
Product: Nokia Phonethics
Agency: JWT Manila
Country: Philippines
Category: Mobile TelephonePublic Safety, Health & Hygiene
Released: April 2009
Credits & Description:

Company: JWT MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES
Executive Creative Director: Dave Ferrer
Creative Director: Dave Ferrer/Tay Guan Hin
Copywriter: Rachel Villanueva
Art Director: Katrina Encanto
Account Manager: Henrique Uy
Account Supervisor: Golda Roldan/Iea Nepomuceno
Photographer: Wesley Villarica

The Print Ad titled BODY PAINT SCHOOLBOY was done by JWT Manila advertising agency for product: Nokia Phonethics (brand: Nokia) in Philippines. It was released in the Apr 2009.

Source: http://www.coloribus.com/adsarchive/prints/nokia-phonethics-body-paint-schoolboy-13283555/

More examples from the art arena…Born in France, but based in California Jean-Paul Bourdier places the human form into the natural elements and using a combination of light, paint and artistic vision merges and seamlessly blends them together.

Follow this link for more visual examples in art http://twistedsifter.com/2013/02/invisible-man-liu-bolin-artwork/

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Skywards 2013 Future Artists – Call for entries – Deadline 25th of June 2012

Skywards Future Artists aims to discover exciting new talent in contemporary art and showcase their work worldwide.

Open to any person practising art as an amateur artist, art student or self-taught artist from anywhere in the world. The three winning artists will each receive US$5,000 of prize money and if they are art students, their Art institution would be recognised with a special award of US$2,000.

Winning submissions will also be displayed on a range of communications materials, including our frequent flyer Skywards membership cards, and will be fully credited to the winning artists, giving them unprecedented global coverage and recognition.

Call for entries

Chose the theme that most inspires you, whether it’s Endless Opportunities, A Brighter Future or Global Citizens.

You may enter one or more of the briefs, but please make only one submission for each brief.

This year we’re aiming to make the Skywards Future Artists competition bigger and better as we broaden our scope to champion the work of emerging artists. One of them could be you.

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Kalimat Magazine announces the sale of its first print issue

NEW YORK, April 13, 2012 – Arab thought and culture quarterly magazine Kalimat has announced that the first print issue is available for purchase at the Kalimat Shop. Single Issue purchases are $12.95 and a one year subscription is $65 and includes worldwide shipping. The first twenty-five subscribers will receive a limited edition tote-bag designed by Faris Habayeb. Kalimat launched an Indie GoGo campaign in late January to crowdfund this Spring 2012 issue, which is the first printed issue of the magazine. Kalimat will be distributed globally and will be available for purchase in bookstores and on magazine stands worldwide.

Kalimat is a media production company that features bold, engaging political analysis, design, film, fashion, music, cultural affairs and new media content. Going to print is an exciting step for the quarterly which provides an Arab perspective on international current affairs, culture, design and new media.
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Golden Award of Montreux deadline extended till March 30th, 2012 – Students/young talent participate free of charge

Students can play an active role at Montreux with the Swiss Media Talent Award.

All students and young talents are invited to take part, individual or as a team, at this international competition free of charge.

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