Our Christmas campaign for Photobox was broadcast in the UK, Ireland, France, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Australia and New Zealand. Directed by Amanda Bluglass, with creative by Colin Melville, we shot over 4 days on the Riviera…the English Riviera that is; as well as a stunning locatio... read more
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read more09 OctHere’s another lovely commercial from our beauty director Richard Caesar, this time for L'Oréal Paris.
It was shot for McCann over two days with French actress Florence Mattei and lit by... read more23 Sep
Rob works as a Director/DOP. The way he sees it – particularly with food spots – is that directing and lighting are part and parcel of the same thing; nothing gets lost in translation and this symbiosis also smiles on the budget. As a meticulous planner in terms of storyline/content, ... read more05 May
Paul Henman is universally known for his more expansive work with clients such as BP, Bentley, Microsoft, Lexus and Coca-Cola, but he’s not adverse to purely studio shoots and liked the challenges offered by the Cetraben script.
Produced for agency Bray Leino, this one day shoo... read more29 Apr
While on holiday in Florida with my wife Liz and our two young boys, I had a go at ‘Gator’ wrestling.
It wasn't easy avoiding those massive jaws but Liz eventually agreed that I could have a go.
While on top of the Gator it occurred to me that this is actually a gr... read more03 MarRichard does beauty – beautifully. Despite his love of the technical possibilities of film making (these being merely the tools for the job), the main focus of Richard’s work is capturing tactile em... read more10 Feb
Matt Berndt is often pigeon-holed as a car director - with good reason when you see his exceptional work for Porsche, Mercedes, BMW and Toyota. However, as his car commercials often feature as much lifestyle as shiny metal, it’s not surprising that this beauty spot for Gucci perfectly de... read more03 Dec
2 day commercial shoot in Cape Town for £91k including all post, music, artists’ buyouts and agency travel & accommodation.2 day commercial shoot in Cape Town for £91k including all post, music, artists’ buyouts and agency travel & accommodation.... read more18 NovThe death of a loved one in the family is a hugely sensitive subject, but the script from Bray Leino in Bristol for Sun Life Direct naviga... read more02 May
With the World Cup just around the corner, we’re building ourselves into a fever pitch and are poised for kick off, ready to pitch for any football-related projects you have in the tunnel. Our previous commercials around earlier World Cups have included Umbro with the England team in a ... read more
What Client’s Say
“We just want to say a big thank you to Commercials Unlimited for all your efforts in creating SURFER and LIPSTICK. The clients are very happy with them and I think you’ve done wonders with no time and no money!”
Commercials Unlimited. They make the people at Bathstore very happy. They make tight budgets go a very long way. They help us make extremely effective ads for an extremely demanding client. They make these ads look stunning. They make it look almost effortless. They make my life easier. They didn’t make me write this."
For the Bayer animated commercial. We were under time pressure but CU provided us with costings and a time schedule that would let us deliver what the client needed. We were able to make the inevitable changes along the way and were able to monitor and keep control of the project, without the need to be too hands-on. The process was always going to be hectic, but we were pleased with how it all went, and with the end result. We'll certainly work with them again."
Client comment: “Commercials Unlimited teamed up with Baraka to produce this new campaign for Holland & Barrett. Over 70 commercials were crafted to combine live action – Kim Wilde sync to camera – with multiple product CGI’s, where the task was to seduce the viewer into believing that the products on the shelves were real before they burst into life. Each product develops into a quirky scenario; a pack with Beckham-like skills playing ‘keepy-uppy’ with a capsule, packs waltzing a slick ‘Fred ‘n’ Ginger’ routine, a strutting supermodel with attitude and many more besides. Without exception, all the spots have great quirk and charm whilst still retaining their essential core retail message. It was a big undertaking with time constraints too, so a huge slap on the back for everyone concerned.”