AdFest extends deadline to Friday 16th January

AdFestExt.jpgAdFest has extended the entry deadline for Lotus categories that will be judged "remotely" for the 2015 Lotus Awards until Friday 16th January.

Entries to the Remote Judging Categories (which include Other Film [in Film Lotus], Radio Lotus, Interactive Lotus, Mobile Lotus, Integrated Lotus, and INNOVA Lotus) were originally scheduled to close this Friday 9th January 2015.

"We have received many requests from agencies, production companies and creative studios across Asia Pacific and the Middle East asking for more time to finalize their entries, so we are happy to confirm we have pushed back the Remote Judging deadline to 16th January," Kem Suraphonchai, AdFest Festival Director said.
Celebrating excellence in advertising, design, production and marketing, the AdFest 2015 Lotus Awards include 18 categories: Film Lotus; Press Lotus; Outdoor Lotus; Radio Lotus; Interactive Lotus; Mobile Lotus; Direct Lotus; Promo Lotus; Design Lotus; Print Craft Lotus; Film Craft Lotus; New Director Lotus; Media Lotus; Branded Content & Entertainment Lotus **NEW**; Effective Lotus; Integrated Lotus; INNOVA Lotus and Lotus Roots.

The entry deadline for all other Lotus categories is also Friday 16th January.

This year's festival will take place from Thursday 19th - Saturday 21st March at the Royal Cliff Hotels Group in Pattaya, Thailand.

To enter the 2015 Lotus Awards, simply visit here and click 'Entry Submission' to submit your work.


Panadol said:

Yippee…first award show of 2015…only 24 more to go!

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