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Photos From the Third Annual U.S. Hispanic Creatives Dinner

And Cripsin Moves Its Annual Cannes Bash to the Grand Hotel

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Photography by Pat Denton

CANNES (AdAge.com) -- At the third annual U.S. Hispanic creatives dinner at La Chunga, next to the Gutter Bar, are Pablo Buffagni, VP-creative, Conill, Los Angeles; Maru Kopelowicz, creative director, Conill; and Bettina Abascal, general manager, Circulo Creativo.

Above, left: Also at La Chunga, Sergio Alcocer, president and chief creative officer, and Alejandro Ruelas, managing partner, both LatinWorks, Austin.
Above, right: Crispin Porter & Bogusky's annual Wednesday late-night party this year wasn't held, as it usually is, at the Gutter Bar but on the lawn of the newly remodeled Grand Hotel. Former Bartle Bogle Hegarty exec Cindy Gallop is re-entering the business as chairman of the Americas for Talent Business.

The crowd at the Grand Hotel.

Ron Berger, CEO-chief creative officer, Euro RSCG Worldwide, New York, and Chuck Porter, chairman, Crispin Porter & Bogusky, New York. Crispin's party was by far the most agency-diverse of the week so far.

Above, left: Anne-Marie Marcus, CEO, Marcus St. Jean, New York. Above, right: Bob Greenberg, chairman-CEO, R/GA, New York.

The crowds from the Gutter Bar (at left) and Martinez bar (at right) merge into a single mob as they spill out into the street.

Digge Zetterberg, Swedish Advertising Association, and Nicke Bergstrom, a partner at Farfar, hang on to the Cyber Grand Prix they won this year after last year's unfortunate experience when a Farfar creative got drunk and lost the agency's Gold Lion at the beach; Mr. Bergstrom says they're still searching for it.

The crowd at the Carlton Terrace.
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