BBH NY Creatives Hugo & Dean Make Directorial Debut With "$antaCon"
$antaCon is a 90-second heist film written and directed by the team of Hugo & Dean, two creative directors from BBH New York.
Hugo & Dean wanted to create a film they could “shoot on the biggest film set in the world--Manhattan.”
The story was based on a real event in which a thief robbed a bank dressed as Santa.
This is Hugo & Dean’s first foray into directing and to pull it off they worked alongside BBH New York’s internal production company Slaughterhouse.
Production Slaughterhouse Hugo & Dean, directors/writers (creative directors at BBH NY); Kate Morrison, exec producer; Meg Volk, producer; Alexander Hankoff, DP; Marc Baill, first assistant director; Nick Suttle, assistant camera; Joe Staehly, 2nd unit camera operator; Chris Galvin, 2nd unit assistant camera; Julia McGill, production coordinator. Audio Kevin Hastings, sound Editorial Jim Schwartz, editor. Music Woodwork Music Philip Kay, composer VFX The Mill New York Josh Bohoskey, colorist. Special Thanks to: BBH NY, The Mill NY, Woodwork Music, Aperture Industries, Baron Films, Set in Motion, Hudson Market Press
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