Vittel Something in The Water

Nestle Waters in France bottles mineral water from Vittel, a thermal spa resort in northeastern France. Nestle launched a series of four television commercials in 2009 focusing on the amazing qualities of that water, with the tag line, “Il y a quelque chose dans cette eau”, translated in English as “There must be something in the water”. We’re introduced to a family moving house with their own bare hands, the local water skiing club towed by one man, and two new forms of horse racing. The campaign is backed up online at Vittel France.

Vittel Route Thermale

Click on the image below to play the Moving (Le Déménagement) video in YouTube (HD)

Click on the image below to play the Water Ski (Ski Nautique) video in YouTube (HD)

Click on the image below to play the Horse Racing (Velo) video in YouTube (HD)

Click on the image below to play the Horse Racing (Hippique) video in YouTube (HD)

Click on the image below to play the Making-Of (in French) video in YouTube (HD)

Credits

The Vittel campaign was developed at Ogilvy France, Paris, by executive creative director Chris Garbutt, creative director Thierry Chiumino, art directors Stephanie Surer and Ginevra Capece, copywriters Christian Foulon, Fergus O’Hare, Andrew Jolliffe, and agency producer Caroline Petruccelli.

Filming was shot by director Lionel Goldstein via Henry de Czar, Paris, with executive producer Jeanluc Bergeron and director of photography Glynn Speeckaert.

Post production was done at Nozon. Editor was Manu Van Hove. Sound was designed at Kouz Production.

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Location France France

2 Responses to Vittel Something in The Water

  1. Audiofeeline says:

    Nice campaign, very funny! :)

  2. Jim says:

    Love the Wateskiing picture. Dont see these pyramids these days -- yes it must be in the water

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