Lula moves the people. Happy Friday and Spitfire move the creative for Lula.

Agencies: Spitfire Films Happy Friday JHB

Lula’s got the answer though: flexible, reliable transport solutions to ensure staff arrive in tip- top condition.


Travelling to work is already enough to drive anyone crazy. Throw in some late nights, early flights and loadshedding at intersections for extra spice and you’ve got yourself a recipe for frustrated, tired and distracted employees.

Lula’s got the answer though: flexible, reliable transport solutions to ensure staff arrive in tip- top condition. And Lula’s agency, Happy Friday, had the answer to getting their message out there – a series of videos co-directed by Spitfire Director Hloni and co-founder and Director AK.

The brief was for six short videos that were “engaging and naturally funny”. Which, as it turns out, are qualities Happy Friday shares with Hloni and AK as Directors. And which together they brought to each of the eight shorts produced, from the frustrated printer-destroying office “Karen” and the not-so-smoothie maker to the roller disaster and the hair-raising Daily Scoop.

Short, sharp and hilariously engaging, Hloni and AK’s treatment in collaboration with Happy Friday bring Lula’s message home in an unforgettable way. Contact Spitfire now yourself to find out how the same can happen to your board.

This professional campaign titled 'Lula moves the people. Happy Friday and Spitfire move the creative for Lula.' was published in South Africa in March, 2024. It was created for the brand: Lula, by ad agencies: Happy Friday JHB and Spitfire Films. This Digital and Integrated media campaign is related to the Transport industry and contains 1 media asset. It was submitted 3 months ago by Production Assistant: Hloni Ntsooa of Spitfire Films.


Client: Lüla
Co-Founder & CEO: Velani Mboweni
Co-Founder: Xabiso Nodada
Account Executive: Nuraan Manuels

Agency: Happy Friday
CO - CEO: Craig Naicker
Creative Consultant: Ahmed Tilly
Creative Director: Pippa Hudson
Account Manager: Kelsey Volschenk

Production Company: Spitfire Films
Director/DOP: Andrew Kyriakou
Director: Hloni Ntsooa
Executive Producer: Liesl Lategan
1st AD: Barry van Niekerk
Producer: Baleseng Makola
Production Manager: Relebohile Thianye
Production Assistant: Tapiwa Nyamayawo
BTS Videographer: Nathi Nkosi
2nd Cam Op: JT Moatshe
3rd Cam Op: Henry Gozzo
Key Gaffer: Henry Blignaut
Best Boy Lights: Lesiba Mashao
Spark: Joseph Malele
Key Grip: Mlungisi Dube
Best Boy Grip: Lungelo
DIT/VT: Scott MacBeth
Sound: Molatu Mathebula
Art Director: Jasmine Snaith
Props Master: Sbu Nkosi
Props Assistant: Nkululeko Penya
Art Driver: John Majake
Wardrobe: Aldridge Elasto
Hair & Makeup: Lynn Kennedy
Child Minder: Kutlwano Moatlhodi
Medic/Safety Officer: Neo Makola
Unit Manager: Siphiwe Banda
Catering & Craft: The Bowery

Post Production
Post Producer: Ed van Blerk
Offline Editor: Kelly Barrett
Grade: Ryan Norwood Young
Final Mix: Anathi Sound
Online: Michael Langer

Trainee Chef: Jessica Amoda
Head Chef: Sibusiso Ntombela
Plating Chef: Samantha Baitz
Interview - Sound Man: Henry Gozzo
Interviewee - Wig Lady: Hlengiwe Cubai
Interview Host: Katlego Baaitse
Coffee Scene Waiter: Chrispen Nyathi
Coffee Scene Conference Delegate: Chriswell Mngomezulu
Printer Lady: Jolene Rowland
Printer Lady Co-Worker: Sibongile Sifiso
Office Co-worker: Robert Wood
Waiter: Earl Abrahams
Waiter Scene Lady: Liesl Lategan
Courier Guy: Lowembo Takoy
Courier Guy: Edmore Sibiza
Courier Guy: AK

BG Extras:
Nathi Nkosi
Tapiwa Nyamayawo


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