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DB Beer
‘The Untold Story’

In New Zealand in the late 1950s, Minister of Finance Arnold Nordmeyer introduced a Black Budget, where a 9 pence tax was imposed on imported beer. Local brewer, the rebellious Morton Coutts, set out to create an export-quality beer at local prices – and in so doing gave a victory for common sense and the common man.

Written by Colenso BBDO, Auckland
Directed by The Glue Society

Warren Rose in Mouth

Virgin Mobile
‘Warren’

We were looking for someone who would be set to benefit from the new cheap texting rates introduced by Virgin Mobile. We had to...

The Regulars

VB Beer
‘The Regulars’

If they were so inclined, beer drinkers could group themselves under various banners. And in this film, we celebrate the weird and wonderful groups...

Pinky

RTA
‘Pinky’

Is there a way to make speeding uncool? Given that it tends to be a male pursuit, one way might be to question the...

Cheerleader

Foster’s Beer
‘Cheerleader’

There’s nothing that befits the Australian male more than finding a loophole or previously unthought of opportunity to outsmart conventions or regulations. Like hiring...

Art & About, Sydney
‘I Wish You Hadn’t Asked’

A seemingly strong and stable relationship can sometimes reach a point where the arrival of a single question can sow a seed of doubt...

Ikea A Wonderful Life

IKEA
‘Wonderful Life’

How are lifelong memories made? Perhaps they stem from simple things which surround us and shape our lives. Even bits of everyday furniture can...

Sculpture by the Sea, Denmark
‘Once’

Take one funfair, filled with colourful rides, festoon lights and painted type, and crush it into a 4 metre box. Then transport to Denmark...