Sam Huntley is an independent filmmaker whose work encompasses commercials, short films and documentaries. He has a nuanced photographic style, capturing everyday moments in a natural and evocative way, and is known for drawing out authentic performances from his subjects.

Sam has directed campaigns for a diverse range of clients including Barnardo's, BT Sport, Cadbury, Coca-Cola, HSBC, McDonald’s, Nationwide, Nespresso, NSPCC, O2, and Vodafone. His work has been featured on a wide variety of platforms including 1.4, Campaign, Dazed and Confused, Esquire, GQ, Italian Vogue, Shots, and Wired magazine.

His films have been shortlisted at more than 40 international film festivals, winning awards in Melbourne, Cork, Kinsale, Siena, Raindance and the London Short Film Festival amongst others, as well as being broadcast by numerous national and international networks, including the BBC and Channel 4. 

Sam recently finished his first feature documentary; 'Mary Deboutez Zellmer Fenoglio', an intimate portrait of an eccentric curiosity store owner born and raised in rural Kansas, USA. He also has two other long form projects in production; ‘Back Of Me Door’, a film about a group of teenagers in Stockport all dreaming of becoming professional darts players, and a film about Tony Hudgell, a young boy who was abused so badly by his birth parents that he had to have his legs amputated, and has now become something of a national treasure due to his tireless fundraising and efforts to change the law for child abusers.

Based in London, Sam is available worldwide for projects on either a freelance basis or through affiliations with a number of production companies.


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