Asic-Pacific scores 6 Lions in Film Craft in Cannes: AOI Pro Japan wins Gold Lion

3 second cooking.jpgJapanese production company AOI Pro has won a Gold Lion in the Film Craft category at the Cannes Lions. They won for the "3-Second Cooking" campaign.

Plantit Seoul/Adict Media Films won a Bronze Lion for an Innocean Korea "Message to Space" film.

Australia scored one Silver Lion and two Bronze Lions. Exit Films Melbourne scored its Silver Lion for Samsung 'Everyday Is Day One' with 72andSunny Amsterdam and Smuggler London.
Finch Sydney has scored a Bronze Lion for Foodstuffs NZ 'Dreaming of Yams' and Finch Sydney / Colenso BBDO has scored a Bronze Lion for Volkswagen 'The People's Film'.

Cirkus Auckland also scored a Bronze Lion for Airbnb 'Welcome to Airbnb'.

In Film Craft, the Grand Prix went to adam&eveDDB for John Lewis Partnership, "Monty's Christmas" with 66 Lions announced in total.

"Our decision is absolutely from the heart. All of the Gold Lions were fantastically executed but this is the one piece that connected with us on a human level. It touched our hearts," said Jury President, João Daniel Tikhomiroff, Founder, Partner-Director, Mixer.

VIEW THE WINNERS - Film Craft Winners.xls

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