Just three days left to enter this year's AdFest Lotus Awards: Deadline is Friday 23rd January

ENTRY DEADLINE EXTENSION.jpgAdFest has extended the entry deadline for this year's Lotus Awards until next Friday 23rd January. This deadline extension applies only to the following Lotus categories:

- Film Lotus (excluding the 'Other Film' sub-category)
- Press Lotus
- Outdoor Lotus
- Direct Lotus
- Promo Lotus
- Design Lotus
- Print Craft Lotus
- Film Craft Lotus
- New Director Lotus
- Media Lotus
- Branded Content & Entertainment Lotus
- Effective Lotus
"After receiving many requests from agencies and production companies asking for a longer deadline, we are happy to announce we have extended the deadline one more week," said Kem Suraphongchai, AdFest Festival Director. 

Please note: Entries to the Remote Judging Categories (which include Other Film [in Film Lotus], Radio Lotus, Interactive Lotus, Mobile Lotus, Integrated Lotus, and INNOVA Lotus) still close tomorrow on 16th January 2015.

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

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