JWT India's Nike 'Make Every Yard Count', Iris Singapore's 'Glass Car' + O&M Japan's 'Office Affair' shortlisted in Cannes Film Craft Lions

Nike_1.jpgGlassCar.jpgJWT India Bangalore, Iris Worldwide Singapore and Ogilvy & Mather Japan have all been shortlisted in the Film Craft Lions.

There were a total of 135 shortlisted entries in the Cannes Film Craft Lions with Asia scoring four shortlists.

JWT India Bangalore has been shortlisted twice for Nike's 'Make Every Yard Count'. They are for Editing and Sound Design. The production company was 1st December Films Bangalore.

Iris Worldwide Singapore has been shortlisted for Animation for 'The Glass Car' for Johnnie Walker's Never Drink and Drive campaign. The production company was The Other Side Creative London. Ogilvy & Mather Japan are shortlisted in Script for 'Office Affair' for Adot.com and the production companies were Streetlight Films London and Cut + Run London.

DOWNLOAD THE SHORTLIST: Film Craft Lions 2014 Shortlist.xls
A total of 2073 entries from 51 countries were submitted into the Film Craft category this year.

The Film Craft trophies will be presented during the Film, Film Craft, Branded Content & Entertainment, Innovation and Titanium and Integrated Lions Awards Ceremony, which will take place on Saturday evening 21 June in the Grand Auditorium, Palais des Festivals.

Brian Carmody, CEO, Chief Creative Officer, Smuggler was jury president. Smuggler has offices in Los Angeles, New York and London.

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