Stella 'Claude v Pierre' by Mother London

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Mother London has completed a new TV ad for Stella Artois that depicts the tale of two highly competitive bartender brothers who attempt to win the attention of a beautiful female customer by impressing her with a perfectly poured glass of Stella.

When the woman enters the bar, the brothers rush off to get her order.

As they each pour a glass, we see glimpses of their competitive history together: they jump rope, make chocolate éclairs, play chess and stack cards.

The ad is currently airing in Canada and is soon to launch in the UK.

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Released: 11 August 2010

Credits

Client
Stella Artois

Production Companies
Park Pictures, Bicoastal; Academy Films, London; Mixer, Brazil

Director
300ml

Executive Producers
Park Pictures
Jackie Kelman Bisbee, Dinah Rodriguez

Executive Producers
Academy Films
Mark Witlow-Williams

Line Producer
Ciro Cesar

Agency
MOTHER London

Agency Producer
James Lethem

Creative Director
Gustavo Luz Souza

Creatives
Rodrigo Saavedra, Nick Upton

Director of Photography
Lito Mendes da Rocha

Editorial Company
The Assembly Rooms

Editor
Sam Rice-Edwards

Post Production Company
Prime Focus

Colorist
Duncan Russell

Exec VFX Producer
Belinda Grew

VFX Post Producer
Chris Chard

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