In this film comedian Glenn Moore talks to Ellie Goulding about becoming Pantene’s UK Brand Ambassador and empowering women as she shows him the more technical side of shooting a hair commercial.
New year, new problems caused by Monster Bill and his insatiable hunger for money!
Could you imagine finding a creature chomping cash in your bath? That’s the issue facing our eccentric couple in PI’s latest funny Go Compare commercial, directed by Chris & Siân Wilkins..
But wherever there’s a menacing energy Bill, you can be sure there’s a moustachioed opera singer on-hand to sort it out. Gio sure knows how to make a splash!
Thought you’d seen the last of Monster Bill? Well think again! This time the CGI pest is making a meal of home insurance bills. But just before there are any Gordon Ramsay-style meltdowns, Gio steps in to sort out this kitchen nightmare. So long, sucker!
PI is proud to have produced the second part of this laugh-out-loud funny campaign, for the wonderful Chris & Siân Wilkins.
Generator Film’s exciting new talent Melodie Roulaud kicks off with two fresh campaigns for Lenor. Both films were shot in Estonia in just one day with local cast, but the ever-patient director took the challenge of coaxing a beautiful performance from the non-English speaking little boy in her stride. Both films are a testament to her artistic eye and talent for bringing to life the little details that make us feel truly immersed in the moment. We can’t wait to see what Melodie does next!
Following his recent airborne adventures, Gio Compario has returned to earth to face off against a brand new antagonist: the ravenous Monster Bill.
In the first commercial of PI’s new campaign for Go Compare, we discover this crafty creature lounging in the back seat of a convertible. As Monster Bill gobbles through all the driver’s cash, It’s up to Gio to shrink him down to size.
The brainchild of wildly inventive creative team Chris & Siân Wilkins, Monster Bill instantly establishes himself a hilariously horrible and utterly memorable character. This is thanks in part to the wonderful work of Framestore, the company that brought Paddington Bear and JK Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts to life. The impressive and expressive CGI gives Monster Bill a really distinctive personality, which is important when he’s sharing screen time with TV’s most famous Opera Singer (sorry Paul Potts).
Gio is back soaring high through the skies while he helps the public keep their bills and costs low to the ground.
Shooting 'Onwards and Upwards’ is a culmination of shoots in Prague, Surrey, and London. From the deck of a boat on the Thames to an aerial helicopter shoot from The Thames Estuary to Dover, London and beyond, we can safely say that Gio has the lie of the land. Sadly this was the last film to be directed by the late great Graham Rose and so it’s one very close to our hearts.
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