Rob Ulitski - 8th Oct 2020

Lewis Cater directs a vibrant new video for The Hunna, following a community of young outcasts who are splintered off from society. 

Shot around the grounds of Fort Borstal in Kent, the cinematic video is punctuated by car racing, pyrotechnics and post-apocalyptic styling, with an abstract narrative running alongside the action. 

Frontman Ryan Potter gives a suitably brooding performance, and each of the cast are believable in their respective roles. The use of drone footage and action cameras adds a huge amount of production value, and helps bring the near-future world to life in a spectacular fashion.

"The narrative is centered around an alternative community for those who feel outcasted or looked down upon," Lewis Cater tells us. "We created a positive space that people can escape to and feel accepted whilst surrounded by others like them. The video celebrates youth, it’s about showing strength, power and success. It features fast cars, positive vibes and a lot of fire!"

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorLewis Cater
ProducerJames Norbury
Production CompanyZebrafish Media
Production ManagerJens Klit Nielsen
1st ADTy Hack
Director of PhotographyLorenzo Levrini
Focus PullerAnil Duru
2nd ACAshton Born
Art DirectorMaria Dagher
WardrobeJoseph Crone
Make-upBrooke Lee Davies
EditorLewis Cater
ColouristAlex Gregory
Lead actorMaja Rybicka, Tara-marie Tighe
Director's RepresentationZoe Wheeler @ Eureka (uk)
Label300 Entertainment
Other credits2nd Unit: Guy Davies 2nd AD: Rosie Owen Camera Trainee: Nicolas Di Matteo Drone Operator: Louis Houiller Standby Art: David Addison Myers Standby Props: Angus Carter SFX: Carl Ryan Stylist Asst: Ginge McRae MUA Asst: Lucy Vick Artist Styling: Jay Hines Artist MUA: Krystle Holland Colour Producer: Charlie Morris Runner: Tano Nobila Runner: Harry Oliver Runner: Chiara Guy

Rob Ulitski - 8th Oct 2020

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