9 months ago
Revolver Director Rune Milton has released his latest work for Toyota Wheel Parks, created by Saatchi & Saatchi LA.
Realising a career in sports seems quite challenging to most able bodied people, while nearly impossible to those who are faced with physical barriers. Since 2017, Toyota’s vision has been to enable all people to achieve their dreams, regardless of these barriers. As one of the largest Olympic and Paralympic sponsors, Toyota is committed to building accessible skate parks worldwide, so that WCMX can one day become an official Paralympic sport.
Hailing from South Wales, 15-year-old Lily Rice is the 2nd woman/youngest person to complete a wheelchair backflip, achieved after only seven months of riding, and is a 2018 WCMX Championships Silver Medalist. Lily has Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia, a rare genetic disease that causes weakness and stiffness in the leg muscles. She started using a wheelchair in 2015, and in just a few short years has achieved many successes in her WXMC career. With the support of Toyota, she hopes to one day win a Paralympic gold medal.
Danish director Rune Milton is a storyteller at heart. Focusing on the core emotion and insight which makes his narrative powerful, he weaves together his films with a unique understanding of humanity and style. He has an eye for beauty and precision, and an ear for immersive sound design with music that amplified the message. Rune Milton is repped by Revolver Films in Canada, Anonymous Content in the US, and Rogue Films in the UK.
Post Production Company: TGBVFX
Production Service Company: Toy Pictures
Production Service: Dude Films
Production Company: Revolver Films
Creative Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi LA
Genres: Documentary, Visual VFX, People, Storytelling
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