Cannes Lions Archive re-launches with the work and talks from 2015 now available to view online

CL-ARCHIVE-LOGO_grey.jpgProviding the digital home for the International Festival of Creativity, the Cannes Lions Archive has re-launched with improved functionality and a brand new design, bringing the spirit of creativity to people across the globe.

Until 31 August 2015, all delegates who attended Cannes Lions will have complimentary access to the Archive, allowing them to view the shortlists and winners from across all nine days of the Festival. For the first time, the work from Lions Health and Lions Innovation will also be included, allowing for an all-encompassing look at the global creative bar, as set by the judges at the 2015 Festival.
Providing an opportunity to catch up on moments that may have been missed, the 2015 talks are also available for delegates to watch. Some of the many highlights include: Tinder's Sean Rad; former vice president Al Gore with Sir Martin Sorrell; Cosmopolitan's editor-in-chief, Joanna Coles with Snapchat's Evan Spiegel; artist Marilyn Manson; and computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee, as well as industry legends including Chuck Porter, Amir Kassaei, Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein.

Says Philip Thomas, CEO, Lions Festivals: "With a Festival that has over 40,000 entries and 250 talks, we know it's important to offer this takeaway to delegates. It's a golden opportunity to take the time to explore the industry's new talent, emerging themes and trends, as well as re-live and discover those one-off moments and quotes from over 500 speakers."

As a 365-day tool, the Cannes Lions Archive is a powerful resource packed with content that is designed to assist with everyday creative practices. Subscribers can search through 400,000 pieces of work, more than 450 hours of talks, over 260,000 credited industry professionals and view the definitive industry rankings through the Cannes Report.

Delegates can login now at

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