Anti-homophobia campaign receives Cannes nomination
Kick It Out’s groundbreaking anti-homphobia film was shortlisted for an award at the prestigious Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival.
The film, which was produced by the advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather, garnered much acclaim and attention upon its release earlier this year, and was nominated in the category of copywriting.
The shortlist featured ten films from around the world, including entries from UAE, Egypt, USA and France.
The eventual winner was a film produced by the Singaporean Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports to promote the concept of marriage.
You can find out more about Kick It Out’s anti-homophobia campaign by clicking here.
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