If you’re a talented filmmaker and think you can match the quality of the video projects on our site, please send us some brief info and links to your work. 

We’ve mentored many emerging filmmakers, some of whom have gone on to direct features and mainstream TV dramas.

Apply to join our team and you could have the opportunity to work on exciting briefs for big brands and build a great reel.

Here’s what our filmmakers have said:

I've been working with HYP for 8 years on a lot of great projects for Tuborg, Red Stag, Malibu and many book publishers. I consider Bob and Dave as the mentors that gave me the confidence and experience to get where I am now, directing big budget commercials and mainstream TV dramas. I'd recommend any talented young director to apply to work with them.
Jamie Childs, Director

The Whole Buffalo team has worked with HYP on a variety of online promos and TV commercials. Much of this content utilised complex CGI, (often integrated with live action footage), which contributed to an impressive and ever-expanding showreel, winning us many other valued clients. Whether they are sending us to the Moon, a desolate frozen city, or a neon-tinted digital playground, the gents at HYP are always a genuine pleasure to work with. They offer excellent logistical support and creative insight, while always encouraging bold and ambitious thinking. 
James Roberts, Director, The Whole Buffalo

HYP contacted me after I was a winner of the 2015 Lycamobile  global video competition. Since then I've shot Chris Evans, directed Julian Fellowes and worked with some very scary spiders. It's been fun! HYP has a great reputation amongst filmmakers and they always push me to do my best work. Throughout a project's journey, their experience and hands-on involvement gives me all the support I need.
Henry Steedman, filmmaker

The lighting is reminded me a bit of the title sequence of 'Se7en', which, on a budget probably a hundred times smaller, is no mean feat.
Graham Fink, Chief Creative Officer, O&M China, on Jamie Child's TV commercial, 'Book of the Dead'

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