Credit Suisse 'metamorphosis' by Euro RSCG London

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Euro RSCG London has created a short film starring Anna Friel and inspired by Titian's famous painting Diana and Actaeon to mark Credit Suisse's sponsorship of a new exhibition at the National Gallery.

"Metamorphosis: Titian 2012" is a project involving the artists Chris Ofili, Conrad Shawcross and Mark Wallinger, in collaboration with The Royal Ballet.

The film was written and creatively directed by Gerry Moira, and art directed by Dave Burn. It was directed by Luke White and Remi Weekes, who work under the moniker Tell No One.

The ad aired across Credit Suisse’s social media ahead of the exhibition’s opening on Wednesday. It was trailed by a teaser campaign and a making-of film.

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Released: 09 July 2012

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With work from Channel 4, Virgin Media, Tourism Ireland, Shift.ms, Credit Suisse, McDonalds.

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