Once again, TBWA\Santiago Mangada Puno (TBWA\SMP) made a bid for another award for its “Correcting History” campaign for The Campaign Against the Return of the Marcoses to Malacañang or CARMMA under the Integration category at the London International Awards (LIA).
TBWA\SMP has already won a Grande Lotus Roots award at ADFEST 2017, a Grand Kidlat at the Creative Guild of the Philippines’ Kidlat Awards, a Wood Pencil at the D&AD Awards, second and third prize awards at the New York Festivals International Advertising Awards, a Grand Prix at the Asia-Pacific Tambuli Awards 2017, two Gold Awards and a Grand Prix in Diverse Insights at the 2017 AD STARS, a Gold, two Silvers, and a Bronze at this year’s Clio Awards, and a Silver Spike at the 2017 Spikes Asia Festival for “Correcting History”.
Three other entries from Asia entered the Integration shortlist:
Green Light Run
One Book for Peace
Inter religious Council in Bosnia & Herzegovina
Pitching French Films to Hollywood
Ogilvy & Mather Singapore
A total of 33 shortlisted entries were determined by the jury led by Tham Khai Meng, Worldwide Co-Chairman & Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy & Mather and composed of Niels Alzen, Chief Creative Officer, Scholz & Friends; Rodolfo Borrell, Chief Creative Officer, J. Walter Thompson; Richard Brim, Executive Creative Director, adam&eveDDB; Merlee Jayme, Chairmom/Chief Creative Officer, Dentsu Jayme Syfu; Will McGinness, Partner/Executive Creative Director, Venables Bell & Partners; Malcolm Poynton, Global Chief Creative Officer, Cheil Worldwide; Denise Rossetto, Chief Creative Officer, BBDO Canada; Tereza, Sverakova, Chief Creative Officer Y&R Group, Young & Rubicam, Prague; Marco Venturelli, Executive Creative Director, Publicis Italy.
The winners will be revealed during the awarding ceremony at the Wynn/Encore Hotel in Las Vegas on November 1, 2017.