KODAK and AWARD announce New Director of The Year judging panel and Call for Entry launch

richard-copping.jpgRomanca.Jasinski.jpgSimon-Langley.jpgDesigned to recognise and promote exceptional new commercial directors in the Asia Pacific Region, the KODAK AWARD New Director Of The Year honors outstanding commercial directors whose fresh thinking and creativity sets them apart from the rest.

Entries for the KODAK AWARD New Director of The Year is now open and closes on Friday, 31st July 2009.

A distinguished line up of international judges has been selected;

Simon Langley, Creative Director, BMF Sydney (pictured top right)
Ravi Deshpande, Chief Creative Officer, Contract Advertising, India
Toby Talbot, Executive Creative Director, DDB New Zealand
Mark Molloy, Director, Exit Films Melbourne
Romanca Jasinski, Head of TV, George Patterson Y&R Melbourne (pictured)
Hamish Rothwell, Director, Goodoil Films Sydney
Sheung Yan Lo, Executive Creative Director, JWT Shanghai
Ted Lim, Executive Creative Director, Naga DDB Malaysia
Gavin Simpson, Executive Creative Director, Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong
Richard Copping, Executive Creative Director, Saatchi & Saatchi Singapore (pictured top left)
Scott Nowell, Executive Creative Director, Three Drunk Monkeys Sydney

View the Call for Entry web film

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