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Pretty Good Problems- Hunter Hopewell
Directed by
Hunter Hopewell

USA / 2013 / 4
Coronado High School, Henderson, NV
World Premiere

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Pretty Good Problems is a music video, written and produced by 16 year old High School Student, Hunter Hopewell. It's a story about an essentially average kid that dreams about having a rock band with raving fans and visualizes that it's really happening when he puts on his 'magic headphones.
Hunter Hopewell was 16 when he wrote Pretty Good Problems. Family and friends that heard it encouraged him to keep working on it; especially his dad who played drums on the original live recording and classic rock legend Brody Dolyniuk who enhanced the recording into something that sounds like it came out of a studio vs. a garage. Proficient at guitar, piano and drums, Hunter also does impressions, some of which he recently performed at an event benefiting Sandy Hook Elementary.

Most passionate about filmmaking for which he's won eleven awards, including Best Directing at The Great American No Bull Challenge for an original music video, “Alone”, Hunter will be studying at the UNLV Honors College majoring in Film Fall 2013.

Doing what he loves, Hunter is always working on multiple projects involving Rock, Comedy & Film. He's written a couple dozen tunes and produced over 100 videos. Most of his videos can be seen at, but Pretty Good Problems (PGP) is the first tune that he's released.

Executive Producer(s): James Hopewell
Producer(s): Hunter Hopewell
Director(s): Hunter Hopewell
Screenwriter(s): Hunter Hopewell
Cinematographer(s): Hunter Hopewell
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