Final Cut Brings Home Five Lions from Cannes!

The work of Final Cut and its editors and collaborators have brought home a cumulative five Lions at Cannes, including a Creative Effectiveness Grand Prix, a Gold Film Craft Lion, and three Bronze Lions!

See below for the winning work, credits, and Lions:

John Lewis, “Monty’s Christmas” edited by Joe Guest, directed by Blink’s Dougal Wilson and from agency Adam&EveDDB won the Creative Effectiveness Grand Prix Lion.

John Lewis, “Tiny Dancer” edited by Joe Guest, directed by Blink’s Dougal Wilson and from agency Adam&EveDDB won two Bronze Lions in the Film Craft – Direction and Casting categories!

Audi, “Commander” edited by Rick Russell, directed by MJZ’s Craig Gillespie and from agency Venables Bell & Partners won a Bronze Lion in the Film – Automotive category!

Chemical Brothers, “Wide Open” edited by Ed Cheesman, directed by Outsiders’ Dom & Nic and with visual effects by The Mill, won a Gold Lion in the Film Craft Lions – Visual Effects Category.

Congrats to all on the incredible achievements!