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The Immortal Awards Unveils Inaugural Lineup for Canadian Jury

Associations, Award Shows and Festivals
London, UK
Leading names from Canada will be selecting the best work to come out of the market this year for the first time ever
For the first time ever, leading names from the Canadian ad industry are uniting to created a dedicated Canadian jury at this year's Immortal Awards. 

The jury will be selecting the very best work to come out of the market this year and send it on to compete in the regional North American round of judging.

The North American competition, which is supported by Whitehouse Post and includes local US, Canadian and a regional jury, will determine which of the market's best creative advertising will qualify for a place in the final, global round of judging.

The Immortal Awards, hosted by Little Black Book and free to enter for all of the platform’s members, successfully introduced regional judging last year and is now introducing local competitions for 2021.

It is the first time that Canada has its own dedicated jury at the Immortals and includes Cossette's Peter Ignazi, Zulu Alpha Kilo's Zak Mroueh, Broken Heart Love Affair's Denise Rossetto, Frank Content's Danielle Kappy, Taxi's Alexis Bronstorph and Nice Shoes' Harv Glazer.

Paul Monan, awards director at Little Black Book, comments: “We've introduced local juries this year to give markets a spotlight on the global stage like never before. Canada is a wonderful market for creativity, we see phenomenal Canadian work entered into the Immortals each year and we're excited to get our jurors selecting the best of the best to go into the regional round of judging and compete against US. We want the best work to be judged locally, regionally and globally and having a Canadian jury ensures only the very best, as judged by local luminaries, goes through to the next round. We can't wait to see which work they deem to be Canada's best this year."

The Immortal Awards 2021 Canadian jury currently includes:

Alexis Bronstorph (Chief Creative Officer, Taxi)
Danielle Kappy (Owner & Executive Producer, FRANK Content)
Denise Rossetto (Partner & Chief Creative Officer, Broken Heart Love Affair)
Harv Glazer (Executive Creative Director, Nice Shoes)
Peter Ignazi (Global Chief Creative Officer, Cossette)
Zak Mroueh (Founder & Chief Creative Officer, Zulu Alpha Kilo)

Entries to The Immortal Awards are now open and Little Black Book members can make their submissions here today. 

Entries into The Immortal Awards will be accepted until September 10th 2021. All entries must be made for a commissioning client, and must have first aired, broadcast, displayed, launched or published between 1st September 2020 and 31st August 2021.  

Every member of LBB is entitled to up to five entries, depending on their membership tier. This year, Bronze members receive one entry, Silver members will receive two entries and Gold members will receive five entries. The full list of rules, including eligibility dates, can be found here.

If you’d like to enter the Immortal Awards but you’re not yet a member of LBB, sign up here today. If you’re already a member and would like to increase your number of entries, you can upgrade your membership here.