SA wins two Silver Cannes Lions for Film

Out of a total of 4,626 film entries, two Film Gran Prix were awarded as well as 21 Gold, 33 Silver and 52 Bronze Lions. South Africa was able to boast two Silver Lions wins and there was much celebrating on Saturday night.

Quick guide to entering Loeries

A quick reference guide is now available to assist those entering The Loerie Awards by explaining the judging criteria and process and providing tips on entry preparation.

Y&R’s 90th birthday

To commemorate its 90th year in business as one of the world’s largest, iconic and most dynamic advertising agencies, Y&R invited people worldwide to post what advertising...

SA short film selected as Vimeo Staff Pick

Buitenkant (The Outside), a South African short film by William Nicholson, racked up over 100k views in 48 hours after being selected as a Vimeo Staff Pick this week...

South African Young Lions team selected

The winners of the South African Young Lions competition are Kursten Meyer and Verona Singh from TBWA Hunt Lascaris in Johannesburg...

Viacom International Media Networks Africa wins big at the Promaxbda Awards 2016

Viacom International Media Networks Africa scooped a remarkable 18 awards at the PromaxBDA Awards held in Johannesburg on 3 November 2016...

Albany cares

Advertising agency TBWA/Hunt/Lascaris in Johannesburg conceptualised this charming new commercial for Tiger Brands’ Albany Bread. Albany "Small’ spot shows a little boy taking special care in choosing the perfect bread for his mother and unborn sibling to enjoy...

Loeries MD Is Ad Person Of The Year

Andrew Human, who has been MD of South Africa’s premier brand communication awards, the Loeries, since 2005, was named Advertising Person of the Year at the Annual AdReview Awards held in Johannesburg on 24 April.

Female filmmakers must grab opportunities in 2017

As we rush headlong into 2017, it is amazing that the obvious inequalities within the film industry in terms of the lack of representation...


A commercial developed for POWA (People Opposing Women Abuse) by Ogilvy and produced by Frieze Films was one of the few South African films recognised at Cannes.
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