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Leo Burnett forecasts 2014 Cannes Lion winners

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By Team Posted on : 13 Jun 2014 05:36 pm

MUMBAI: With a day left for the biggest event of the advertising industry to commence, the industry is keeping its fingers crossed to pick up the coveted Lion.
Like every year, Leo Burnett Worldwide has revealed its 27th annual Cannes Predictions anticipating the results of this year’s 61st Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity..
With more than 84 per cent accuracy, the agency’s predictions have an unparalleled track record, year over year, recognizing Cannes contenders most likely to win. Leo Burnett Worldwide’s chief creative officer Mark Tutssel curated the list to encompass the most forward thinking, compelling creative products across channels.
“We sifted and sieved through hundreds of the most brilliant pieces of work from every cranny of the world, spanning Lions award categories,” said Tutssel. “This year’s work is full of humanity, imagination and pure creativity, and remarkable for finding fresh and innovative ways to connect emotionally with people.”
Top 25 Contenders
1. Guinness “Sapeurs” by AMV BBDO / London, UK
2. Not Impossible Labs + Intel “Project Daniel: 3D Printing Prosthetic Arms” The Ebeling Group / Not Impossible Labs / Venables Bell & Partners / Venice, USA
3. Skype “The Born Friends Family Portrait” Pereira & O’Dell / San Francisco, USA
4. British Airways “The Magic of Flying” OgilvyOne / London, UK
5. New Zealand Transport Agency “Blazed” Clemenger BBDO / Wellington, New Zealand
6. Colombian Ministry of Defense “You Are My Son” Lowe SSP3 / Bogota, Colombia
7. Harvey Nichols “Sorry I Spent It On Myself” Adam&EveDDB / London, UK
8. Mimi Foundation “If Only For A Second” Leo Burnett / Paris, France
9. Volkswagen – Side Assist “Living Room” / “Bathroom” / “Bedroom” AlmapBBDO / Sao Paulo, Brasil
10. Terre des Hommes “Sweetie” Lemz / Amsterdam, Netherlands
11. HBO GO “Awkward Family Viewing" SS+K / New York City, USA
12. P&G – Old Spice “Smellcome to Manhood” Wieden + Kennedy / Portland, USA
13. Chipotle “The Scarecrow” Creative Artists Agency + Moonbot Studios / Los Angeles, USA
14. Google + Warner Brothers “A Journey Through Middle Earth” North Kingdom / Skellefte?, Sweden
15. Inakadate Village “Rice-Code” Hakuhodo / Tokyo, Japan
16. Brazilian Association of Organ Transplantation “Bentley Burial” Leo Burnett Tailor Made / Sao Paulo, Brazil
17. 350 Action “Climate Name Change” Barton F. Graf 9000 / New York City, USA
18. Honda “Hands” Wieden + Kennedy / London, UK
19. Samsung “Maestro’s Academy – Smart Bike” Leo Burnett / Milan, Italy
20. Honda – Internavi “Sound of Honda / Ayrton Senna 1989” Dentsu / Tokyo, Japan
21. Nike “The Nike SB App” R/GA / New York City, USA
22. Adidas “D Rose Jump Store” TBWA / London, UK
23. Southern Comfort “Karate” Wieden + Kennedy / New York, USA
24. Newcastle Brown Ale “If We Made It” Droga5 / New York City, USA
25. Volvo Trucks “Live Test Series: The Epic Split” Forsman & Bodenfors, Sweden
“Our annual Cannes Predictions offer not only Leo Burnett Worldwide’s take on the leading creative work likely to earn Lion trophies, but a magnified view of the bravest ideas and boldest thinking that jolts our craft boldly forward,” said Tutssel who will present “Why Borderless Creativity is the Future of Communications” master class at Cannes. “These are the stimuli that fuel imagination and ignite us to change human bahaviour in vigorous, disruptive bounds.”

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