Countdown to the 2010 Dubai Lynx begins

This year’s Dubai Lynx International Advertising Festival kicks off in 5 days time with the largest offering yet from the 3-day shebang.

Things get rolling on Sunday 14th at the Cannes Lions organised event with a screening for delegates of the acclaimed documentary Art & Copy, hosted by The National newspaper.

The documentary, which has been doing the film festival circuit in 2009,  takes a look behind the scenes at the social and cultural impact of the modern ad industry, revealing the work and influence of some of the most important advertising creatives of all time.

The 15th and 16th see the festival’s seminar programme swing into action, with presenters tackling a spectrum of issues affecting the regional and global industry.

Speakers include Chuck Porter, co-chairman, Crispin Porter + Bogusky; Mark Tutssel, CCO of Leo Burnett Worldwide; Prasoon Joshi, executive chairman and regional executive creative director, McCann Worldgroup India; David Nobay, creative chairman, Droga5 Australia and John Hunt, worldwide creative director, TBWA\ Worldwide.

Before culminating on the evening of Wednesday 17th with the Dubai Lynx awards presentation and dinner, the festival has also added two more evening social events to the delegates’ calendar.

The first is a media networking event on Monday hosted at festival venue, The Palladium, by Guardian News, while Tuesday sees the UAE’s Creative Club host their inaugural party at the Media One hotel in Dubai Media City.

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3 Responses to Countdown to the 2010 Dubai Lynx begins

  1. Arm chair critic says:

    We can tell it’s nearly Lynx time. All the 3 ad print campaigns for band aids and felt tips are appearing online.

  2. Anubis says:

    I will be seeing you all at the Lynx pretty soon. may the force be with you 🙂

  3. Shelley Ross says:

    Another consistent year from Paragon Kuwait! Not even a single Shortlist.

    When will he stop blabbing about creativity as if he has the slightest idea what it’s about?

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