Volvo Ballerina Stunt

Volvo invited record-holding highliner Faith Dickey to cross the line between two speeding trucks on an unopened highway in Croatia. It had never been done before, not even in Hollywood. But that didn’t stop Faith from trying to do what everyone thought was impossible. The Volvo Ballerina Stunt was set up to show the precise handling of the new Volvo FH. The ad won a Gold Film award at the 2012 Epica awards, and silver for Stunt work at the British Arrow Craft awards this last week.

Volvo Ballerina Stunt

Click on the image below to play the Ballerina Stunt video.

See the behind-the-scenes video (9 minutes)

Volvo Ballerina Stunt Credits

The Volvo Ballerina Stunt was developed at Forsman Bodenfors, Gothenburg, by copywriters Martin Ringqvist and Björn Engström, art directors Anders Eklind and Sophia Lindholm, account supervisor Olle Victorin, account managers Cilla Glenberg, Alison Arnold and Jenny Edvardsson, agency producer Alexander Blidner, designer Jerry Wass and planner Tobias Nordström.

Filming was shot by director Henry Alex Rubin
 via Smuggler with producer Ray Leaky and Hollywood stunt director Peter Pedrero.

Editor was Spencer Ferszt at Marshall Street Editors. Post Production was done at Absolute Post. Sound was designed at Factory. Music by J. Ralph was produced at The Rumor Mill.