Early Cannes Lions 2022 shortlists include Leo Burnett Sydney

Cannes Lions has unveiled the first shortlists for 2022: Glass: The Lion for Change, Innovation Lions and Titanium Lions.

The shortlisted candidates will present their work directly to the members of the jury practically before the festival.

The Innovation Lions shortlist includes 14 entries from 9 countries, including: Australia, Canada, Germany, India, Japan, Mexico, Peru, South Korea and the United States. United. The winners will be announced on stage on Wednesday, June 22.

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The Glass: The Lion for Change shortlist, chaired by Colleen DeCourcy, Past President of Wieden+Kennedy, includes 16 participants from 13 countries, including: Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Greece, Honduras , India, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Peru, United Kingdom and United States. The winners of this year’s Glass: The Lion for Change will be honored on stage on Friday, June 24.

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The Titanium Lions judging panel, led by Jury Chair Rob Reilly, Global Creative Director, WPP, selected 24 works to showcase virtually. The entries cover 10 countries, including Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, India, Lithuania, Mexico, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States. The winners were announced and awarded on stage on Friday, June 24.

Simon Cook, CEO, LIONS: “We are delighted to announce the first shortlists for 2022 that represent the best of creativity in these three coveted Lions Awards. We are thrilled that so many entrants from around the world will have the opportunity to present themselves directly to the judging panel as they deliberate and make decisions that will set the benchmark for creativity in these very progressive areas of the industry.”

The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity will take place from June 20 to 24

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