The Indonesian Citra Pariwara Advertising Awards sees 7 Golds handed out; iris Worldwide leads the way with 3, Leo Burnett wins 2

Burglar.jpgHolding Hands.jpgThere were only 7 Gold awards handed out across all categories at the Indonesian industry's night of nights, the Citra Pariwara Advertising Awards.

At Friday's presentation work created by iris Worldwide Indonesia attracted 3 Golds; A television spot from Leo Burnett Jakarta for McDonalds picked up 2 Golds and JWT Jakarta and production company Flex Films scored 1 Gold each.

Film Gold went to McDonalds "Holding Hands" from Leo Burnett Kreasindo Jakarta.

Print Gold went to "Spot The Burglar" for Krisview via JWT Jakarta (top).
Out of Home Gold was awarded to "Monsters Playground" for Mall Taman Anggrek from iris Worldwide Indonesia.

Direct Promo Gold was awarded to "Banana Republic" from iris Worldwide Indonesia

Digital Gold also went to "Banana Republic" from iris Worldwide Indonesia

Film Craft Gold for direction went to McDonalds "Holding Hands" from Leo Burnett Kreasindo Jakarta, directed by Zahir Omar via Nayfosindo.

Film Craft Gold for direction also went to "Living Room" directed by Floris Kingma from Flex Films.

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