The Spingun film celebrates a lifetime of exhilarating driving, featuring the1968 911T Porsche and Porsche 718 Cayman. The 70s spy theme imbues the film with a sense of mystery. The secret agent, portrayed by Masha Sedgwick, reflects the car’s style, desirability and power. Director Daniel Eceolaza worked with Art Directors Thorsten Osterber and Alexandra Kinga Fekete to reinvent the typical 70s spy film by centring the film around a female secret agent. Ramp Magazine pays homage to 70 years of Porsche’s exceptional Sportscars by commissioning a new film with Spingun. The film was produced for the channel crazyaboutporsche on ramp.space.
Daniel said he wanted to “challenge the dated form of 70s spy dramas, which were so often dominated by men. This concept felt too old fashioned, even empty.”
The film celebrates 70 years of Porsche Sportscars – a lifetime’s worth of high-quality driving – and looks forward to 70 more years of exhilaration. The use of 16mm film pays homage to the past, while the empowerment of the female character represents Porsche’s emphasis on innovation and relentless rejuvenation.
Spingun is a Creative Agency and Film Production company established in London and Berlin. During the last two years, Spingun has had the opportunity to make films for Vogue, Tom Dixon, Lufthansa and Soho House as well as working on numerous other projects.