Stella Artois Triple Filtered in Smooth Outcome

Stella Artois took its advertising in a new direction in 2008 with “Triple Filtered”, an exotic romance with a number of twists. The new 4% beer continues with the familiar ingredients of French language and drama, but applies new levels of sex appeal in a 1960s setting.

Man falls through clothes line in Stella Artois Triple Filtered commercial

A James Bond kind of character offers a free sun screen application and shoulder massage to a woman sitting by the pool on the French Riviera. But just as the heat starts to rise, along comes the opposition. The would be lover escapes through a series of “filters”, recovering with a Stell Artois, triple filtered.

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The Triple Filtered ad was developed at Mother London whose team included Richard Firminger.

Filming was shot in Rome by director Fredrik Bond via Sonny London with director of photographer Crille Forsberg and producer Ran Holst.

Post production was done at Moving Picture Company, London, by post producers Julie Evans, Scott Griffin, VFX supervisor Bill McNamara,VFX Team Ryan Knowles, Dan Adams, Eileen Chan, colourist Jean-Clement Soret.

Editor was Rich Orrick at Work Post, London.