Budweiser Clydesdale Fence

Budweiser brought the Clydesdales back to the Super Bowl in 2010 with “Fences”, a commercial celebrating the connection between friends. A young Clydesdale horse and a young calf become childhood friends only to discover that they’re separated by a fence. It’s not until three years later that the now fully grown bull has the capacity to break through the barriers between them. The spot can be viewed and downloaded at Budweiser.com by people of legal drinking age.

Budweiser Clydesdale and Calf


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Credits

The Fences ad was developed at DDB Chicago by group creative director Barry Burdiak, creative director John Hayes, creative director/art director Steve Bougdanos, creative director/copywriter Patrick Knoll, executive director of integrated production Diane Jackson, executive producer Will St. Clair, and agency producer Patty Phassos.

Filming was shot by director Joe Pytka via Pytka, Los Angeles, with executive producer Tara Fitzpatrick and producer Michele Atkins.

Editors were Matt Wood at The Whitehouse with senior producer Kristin Branstetter, and David Baxter at Panic & Bob.

Special effects were produced at Filmworkers Club, Chicago, by executive producer Mary O’Gara, Lead VFX Artist Rob Churchill, Inferno artists Rick Thompson, Heidi Anderson, and Justin Winkler and Combustion artist Chris Ryan.

Film transfer was by Stefan Sonnenfield at Company 3.

Original music was composed by Jimmy Haun at Elias Arts. Sound was mixed by John Binder at Another Country.