This year the organisers of the Loerie Awards have decided that they are not prepared to take a chance on rain making the event a wash-out. Margate, KwaZulu-Natal’s South Coast will again play host to the annual Loerie Awards but this year it will not take place in September but from Friday 27 July to Monday 30 July 2007.
For the first time, full time advertising students will be able to enhance their education by attending the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival. The organisers of the event have announced that Alfred University in New York is the first to take up the offer.
Mpotseng to rejoin the Creative Vision team as Creative Producer.
The organisers of the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival have announced that Bob Scarpelli, Chairman & Chief Creative Officer, DDB Worldwide will chair the Film and Press 2007 Cannes Lions juries.
Registration for delegates who wish to attend the 54th International Advertising Festival, to be held in Cannes 17-23 June 2007, has opened. Registerations can be made online at www.canneslions.com.
The New York Times reports that on Sunday 24 December during the broadcast of the National Football League games by Fox Sports in the US, advertisers will be given an example of how emerging TV technology will allow them to vary their message at the last minute.
Tony Koenderman’s Brainstorm, held recently at Hackle Brooke in Gauteng was well-attended by a packed audience comprising the local media, marketing and advertising fraternity.
The new Castrol brand ad was shot on location in Cape Town by production company Frieze Films. The commercial depicts a Castrol airstream van emerging from a high-tech sci-fi style hangar in a desolate desert landscape to cross inhospitable terrain in a superhero role - racing to the rescue with Castrol oil to lubricate unwilling engines and free them from the "dark force of engine failure’.
The November results of The Creative Cirecle awards have been released.
Ireland/ Davenport’s first commercial for their new client HTH has been given a fresh new look.