Cyber, Direct, Creative Data and Mobile Lions for The Monkeys, VML, BMF and more, Cyber Grand Prix for Clems

Daisy Doctor
By Daisy Doctor | 21 June 2017

Clemenger Melbourne's Graham continues to be the man of the Cannes party, raking in nine Lions overall last night, including Grand Prix in Cyber, where three of the top awards were handed out instead of the single one.

Clems' Hungerithm stole the show, picking up 13 Lions overall including Golds in Cyber, Direct and Mobile.

Hungerithm won one Gold, three Silver and one Bronze Cyber Lion, two Gold, one Silver and one Bronze Direct Lion as well as two Gold and two Silver Mobile Lions.

Meet Graham also won two Gold and one Silver Cuber Lions, one Gold and three Silver Direct Lions and one Silver Creative Data Lion.

But, Meet Graham missed out in the Innovation category where it didn’t pick up metal.

No Australians won in the Innovation Lions category, a blow to Marcel which was short-listed for Air-Ink for Tiger Beer, as well as Saatchi & Saatchi's Rescue Rashie for Westpac.

CHE Proximity's Hearing Test in Disguise for Cochlear took home one Silver and one Bronze in the Cyber Lions, while R/GA's Through the Dark for Google won a Bronze in the category as well as one Bronze Mobile Lion.

Ogilvy Melbourne’s Smartplates for AAMI took home one Gold Creative Data Lion, as well as one Bronze Mobile Lion.

The Monkeys' Out of Office Travelogue for Qantas, BMF Sydney's You've Gotta Have A Team for the Football Federation Australia and McCann Sydney's A Table to End Hunger for The Hunger Project each won one Bronze Direct Lion.

VML Sydney's Snaplications for McDonald's won two Bronze Mobile Lions.

Leo Burnett's Pocket Patrol for Samsung won a Silver Creative Data Lion.

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