Tennent's Original Export lager is making a homecoming. Characters Hugh Tennent, and his sidekick Barnes, travel far and wide through scorching deserts and mind-blowing blue water to eventually bring the Scottish brew, exported around the world for the past century, home to the motherland. Paul Minor with Blink Productions directs this painfully-beautiful spot.
For today's contender, we are reminded, tenuously, of The Who song My Generation. Another Film
A community of animated pints of lager try to solve a series of gruesome murders.
The chauvinist and feminist in these commercials are husband and wife respectively. In the first
On a quiet island, the locals cheer for a public house, but the Chief of
In a world peopled by pint glasses, a police officer pint and his associate try
At a typical party an unwelcome guy is commentating into a banana to his planet;
Director Benito Montorio reminds you of the childhood days before salary, when every chore and every coin counted.
Director Dougal Wilson showcases a boy saying goodbye to his teddy bear. Don't worry, kleenex won't be necessary.
If there's one thing Britain loves, it's an excuse for an extra day off. Just ask Saatchi & Saatchi London.