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M&C Saatchi Slows Things Down a Bit in New Campaign for Dorset Cereals

Bare Films' Gus Filgate directs super slow motion spot aimed at young urban families

M&C Saatchi Slows Things Down a Bit in New Campaign for Dorset Cereals

M&C Saatchi has unveiled an integrated campaign for Dorset Cereals targeting young urban families and encouraging them to slow down for breakfast. 

The 30 second ad is set in a kitchen, with a women talking to the camera about how breakfast has evolved into something we have on the go, or miss altogether. The ad continues in slow motion ending with the idea of taking the ‘fast’ out of breakfast. 

M&C Saatchi and Dorset Cereals have developed a new digital-first communications strategy to increase premium appeal amongst young urban families and drive trial. 

Justin Tindall, Chief Creative Officer at M&C Saatchi said: “We’re thrilled to be working with Dorset Cereals. It’s a brand that shares our creative ambition and we’re excited to launch them into the next stage of their journey.” 

The online film will spearhead the campaign with subsequent ongoing engagement planned through social-led competitions, along with influencer activity and experiential activation to further engage with parents.  

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Advertiser: Dorset Cereals

Creative Agency

Creative Agency: M&C Saatchi

Planner: Jasper Hunter

TV Producer: Angela Zabala

Group Chief Creative Officer: Justin Tindall

Production Company

Production Company: Bare Films

Executive Producer: Helen Hadfield

Director: Gus Filgate

DOP: Keith Goddard

Post Production / VFX

Colourist: Daniel De Vue (Glassworks)

VFX Supervisor: Chrys Aldred (nineteentwenty)


Sound Design: 750MPH

Category: Breakfast , Food

Genre: Dialogue , Digital