Stella Artois Tunnel Triple Filtered

Stella Artois Triple Filtered beer is given a 1960s treatment in “Tunnel”, a commercial directed by Ringan Ledwidge. Part of a retro advertising campaign, the TV and cinema advert is designed to showcase the “smooth” experience associated with films set in 1960s and 1970s continental Europe.

Screenshot from Stella Artois commercial

Two vehicles negotiate the switchback roads of the Continental Riviera, driven by a delivery man with chickens and an arrogant couple in an Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider. Three tunnels later and we have the young delivery man in possession of the sports car dressed to drink in the swish bar, with a triple filtered Stella Artois 4% in hand.

Click on the image below to play the Tunnel video.


The Tunnel ad is part of a campaign developed at Mother London.

Filming was shot by director Ringan Ledwidge via Rattling Stick with producer Sally Humphries and director of photography Ray Coates.

Post production was done at The Mill, London. Editor was Richard Orrick at Work.

Sound was designed by James Lyme at Scramble. Music was produced at Adelphoi Music