People allow good videos into their lives;
they’ll stop and give their time to watch, like and share.
Our creative is informed by data
Our videos earn your audience’s attention
Since 2008 we’ve known that the best videos are made with the following ingredients. Without them you’re just making ‘another’ video, instead of connecting with your audience with a Progressive Video.
We make videos that live on any channel.
From short snappy videos - for brands like Microsoft, Google and Hellmann’s Mayonnaise - that live on social channels; to full-bloodied long-form documentaries for broadcasters such as National Geographic Channel.
Since 2008 visual storytelling has been our world; it's in our DNA.
We look at your Customer’s journey to see where we can get people tuning in. Using Golin’s relevance-radar tools we have access to global consumer insights. With Golin’s talent pool of communication experts we can scale creative ideas far beyond the screen.
If Singapore is our living room, Asia is our backyard. With forays down the road to Africa, Middle East and Europe. When filming around the world we send a core team from Singapore to work with our top-notch network of third-parties. This allows us to anchor insights and creative whilst being mindful of budgets.
We make every video bespoke, so exact pricing is down to the knitty gritty detail.
Have a look through some of the films we’ve made to see what you dig.
One day filming
Talking head interviews
Super fast turn around
A second-day filming
Dial up the creative
or a few days filming
Some behind the scenes or a second or third film
Let’s walk through the creative with a couple of options
The land of snazzy Cameras
and complex graphics
Multiple films to the series, broadcast standard deliverables
Multiple locales, large cast, ambitious production design
The founder of Hurrah Productions, James has been involved in over 250 video projects that has seen him travel around the world, bringing ideas to life for all of Hurrah’s clients.
Since its inception in 2008 James has led the team from a small start-up to an international Progressive Video Agency, picking up awards and accolades along the way. Most notably a Cannes Lion award for Comfort and an ACS Cinematography award for a one-hour National Geographic documentary. Today as part of Golin and the IPG group of companies, Hurrah produces videos for an impressive list of clients throughout the world.
Haf Rahman is our very own award winning editor, and he is Head of Post Productions at Hurrah. Haf is a mastermind of the short film and is an expert at conceptualizing and crafting cool stories.
Haf graduated from LASALLE College of the arts in 2009 with a Diploma in Film Studies and in 2013 he won the award for Best Video Editor at Mediacorp Suria’s Pesta Perdana award show.
A relentless force of nature. Quietly confident Wini is there at the start, making sure Hurrah! is hitting its mark, during and at the end – pushing productions over the line. She’s there when others haven’t got out bed yet AND when everyone has gone home.
Tenacious with a “bit further” attitude makes sure your video is “that bit better.”
Graduated from Temasek Polytechnic with a Diploma of Digital Film & Television. Her final year film “Soul 37” was selected to screen at Cannes Short Film Corner in 2016.
He saw it first
Russell Adam Morton is an artist and filmmaker. He is a graduate from The Puttnam School of Film, Lasalle College of the Arts (2010) and obtained an MA in Fine Arts from Camberwell College of the Arts, UAL (2012).
His films have been part of the Athens Video Art Festival 2012 and participated in several group shows in London. His film, “The Silent Dialogue of All Artworks” was screened at the National Museum of Singapore’s 10th Singapore Short Cuts, The Substation’s 4th Experimental Film Forum and the Thai Short Film & Video Festival 2014. The film later went on to win Best Experimental Film at the 5th Singapore ShortFilm Awards. His second film, Forest of Copper Columns, has won the Cinematic Achievement Award at the Thessaloniki Short Film Festival 2016 and has been selected at several festivals in 2016 including the Thai Short Film & Video Festival, Jogja Netpac Asian Film Festival and Cine Pobre Film Festival.
Dira loves putting a story together in the edit; to her it’s like trying to solve a puzzle by finding pieces that fit within endless possibilities. She likes telling stories, and as a filmmaker Dira hopes to create stories that make a difference in people’s lives, promoting an understanding of cultural diversity.
Graduating from the University Of Westminster, First Honours in Film and Television Production; Her Film “Cattle Market” was selected at the Cannes Short Film Corner 2016
Prior to filmmaking Dira obtained a diploma in fashion design and set up her very own fashion company in 2010.
She speaks Japanese, has a PADI diving license.