Campaign shares all the latest updates from the International Festival of Creativity here.
Campaign US editor Alison Weissbrot interviewed Titanium Lions jury president Susan Credle about this year's award-winning work.
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Campaign US readers agree, the gaming campaign took the trophy of all of Burger King’s winning campaigns.
Forty-six UK companies won at least one award at this year's festival.
UK agencies performed strongly.
Burger King has swept several categories at this year’s awards.
Six other campaigns won Titanium Lions, five of which are from US entrants.
AMV BBDO wins fifth Grand Prix, following success in Titanium, Film Craft, Health and Wellness and the Lions Health and United Nations Foundation Grand Prix for Good.
Campaign US rounded up some of the top winners at the International Festival of Creativity.