Working with a skeleton crew, we shot an ambitious fashion film for dunhill. Tracing the Flying Scotsman rally route and beyond through the stunning Scottish Highlands, this film was to highlight dunhill’s partnership with Bentley. We took part in the race over the course of 5 days in a pre-war 1929 vintage Bentley.
Ahead of the rally itself, we took time to recce the various locations throughout the Scottish Highlands. This was to ensure the safety of the drivers and crew, but also to find the best places to place the Bentley for the shoot, maximising our shoot days.
Shot with a very small crew of a director and two camera operators, we had a second support vehicle to carry our kit and crew while we followed the vintage Bentley on the route.
Shot in and around Glen Coe and Glen Etive, famously featured in many motion pictures including James Bond Skyfall. The locations director, who also worked on the film, secured this location for us to bring the vintage Bentley, providing a stunning backdrop to the film.