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Weetabix
'Fixing Britain'
2 April 2024 60s
Vote for the Weetabix Party
by Jason Stone

After watching this, DAVID may be voting for the Weetabix party at this year's general election. It would appear that this breakfast cereal led political party may be able to solve all of Britain's significant problems, including the potholes we are forced to negotiate as we try to get from A to B, and the enduring nightmare of VAR when we are trying to enjoy the football.

Director Nalle Sjöblad applies a degree of understatement amidst the bombast, ensuring that the audience knows this is satire rather than a rally at which Nigel Farage may appear at any moment.

It's a great way for Weetabix to underline their traditional pitch, and remind us that the consumption of this product will provide us with mental and physical fortitude... theoretically.

Product Category: Cereals

Territory: UK


agency
Bartle Bogle Hegarty
CD: Christine Turner / Kevin Masters
Creative: Marc Rayson / Callum Prior
Producer: Ali Terrell
production
Outsider
Director: Nalle Sjöblad
Producer: Zeno Campbell-Salmon
EP: Simon Elborne
DOP: Mikael Gustafsson
editing
Work Editorial
Editor: Mark Edinoff
vfx
Rascal
VFX Lead: Chris Tobin / Adam Ahlgren
color
Rascal
Colourist: James Bamford
sound
Rascal

  Weetabix - 'Fixing Britain'


Weetabix
'Fixing Britain'
2 April 2024 60s

Vote for the Weetabix Party

After watching this, DAVID may be voting for the Weetabix party at this year's general election. It would appear that this breakfast cereal led political party may be able to solve all of Britain's significant problems, including the potholes we are forced to negotiate as we try to get from A to B, and the enduring nightmare of VAR when we are trying to enjoy the football.

Director Nalle Sjöblad applies a degree of understatement amidst the bombast, ensuring that the audience knows this is satire rather than a rally at which Nigel Farage may appear at any moment.

It's a great way for Weetabix to underline their traditional pitch, and remind us that the consumption of this product will provide us with mental and physical fortitude... theoretically.

Product Category: Cereals

Territory: UK


agency
Bartle Bogle Hegarty
CD: Christine Turner / Kevin Masters
Creative: Marc Rayson / Callum Prior
Producer: Ali Terrell
production
Outsider
Director: Nalle Sjöblad
Producer: Zeno Campbell-Salmon
EP: Simon Elborne
DOP: Mikael Gustafsson
editing
Work Editorial
Editor: Mark Edinoff
vfx
Rascal
VFX Lead: Chris Tobin / Adam Ahlgren
color
Rascal
Colourist: James Bamford
sound
Rascal

Weetabix 2 April 2024
'Fixing Britain' 60s

Vote for the Weetabix Party

by Jason Stone

After watching this, DAVID may be voting for the Weetabix party at this year's general election. It would appear that this breakfast cereal led political party may be able to solve all of Britain's significant problems, including the potholes we are forced to negotiate as we try to get from A to B, and the enduring nightmare of VAR when we are trying to enjoy the football.

Director Nalle Sjöblad applies a degree of understatement amidst the bombast, ensuring that the audience knows this is satire rather than a rally at which Nigel Farage may appear at any moment.

It's a great way for Weetabix to underline their traditional pitch, and remind us that the consumption of this product will provide us with mental and physical fortitude... theoretically.

Product Category: Cereals

Territory: UK


agency
Bartle Bogle Hegarty
CD: Christine Turner / Kevin Masters
Creative: Marc Rayson / Callum Prior
Producer: Ali Terrell
production
Outsider
Director: Nalle Sjöblad
Producer: Zeno Campbell-Salmon
EP: Simon Elborne
DOP: Mikael Gustafsson
editing
Work Editorial
Editor: Mark Edinoff
vfx
Rascal
VFX Lead: Chris Tobin / Adam Ahlgren
color
Rascal
Colourist: James Bamford
sound
Rascal