A street-smart runner develops an intense rivalry with an equally ambitious wealthy young athlete.
Regan Hall graduated from film school in New Zealand and started his career as an editor in Wellington, home to Peter Jackson’s Weta Workshop. He moved to the UK in 2000 and soon after started his own production company, Progression Media, producing and directing films for the advertising, fashion, and music industries.
Regan has been known for his dynamic and collaborative fashion films for clients such as Dolce and Gabanna, Revlon, and Swarovski – most recently working on commercials with fashion photographers Mariano Vivanco and Mario Testino.
Regan recently took a dramatic departure with his first major short film, the Iraqi war drama 3 Hours. His goal was to create an emotive and engaging drama to show the human side of war. The award-winning film was shot in Jordan, in Arabic, with an all-Iraqi cast. He self-financed the project and gradually drew major industry support, including the team behind Oscar winner The Hurt Locker. The film is now Oscar… read more