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Headie One ft Dave '18 Hunna’ by Nathan James Tettey
Nathan James Tettey's latest in his burgeoning directing career is a stylish and stylised piece for Headie One's 18 Hunna, in which his regular collaborator Dave guest raps.
In a clean studio set-up, there's a judicious use of props to draw you into the story of 18 Hunna, in the vein of Sam Brown's classic Jay-Z video for On To The Next One.
The petrolheads will love the beautiful E-Type Jag in this. But the focus is strongly upon the artists, both separately and as a charismatic pair.
|Director||Nathan James Tettey|
|Production Company||Dirty Work|
|Production Company||Rattling Stick|
|Executive Producer||Emma Wellbelove|
|Production Manager||Henri Calderon|
|1st AD||Jack Meredith|
|Director of Photography||Aaron Reid|
|Focus Puller||James Matai|
|2nd AC||Nick Coleman|
|Editing company||Final Cut|
|VFX Company||Butterscotch Post|
|Director's Representation||Alexa Haywood at Free Agent UK|
|Other credits||2nd AD: Dan Hasson Camera Trainee: Dan Munden Steadicam: Jay @ Cinehaus DIT: James Potter Desk Op: Matt Jenson Rigger: Callum Ross Electrician: Charlie Jenkins Art Department: Ade Mortimer, Benjamin Bailey, Bonnie Hamilton Runners: Archie Trueger|
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