Stock photography agency, Shutterstock, which is currently a platform hosting 30 million stock photos, illustrations, vectors and videos, presents the districts of the Hunger Games in 15 short videos.
In honour of the Hunger Games movie sequel, Catching Fire, Shutterstock scoured their footage library to create their own visual picture of what the 12 Districts of the Panem world might look like when presented to an outsider. They framed it all within the guise of a fictional travel company, Shutterstock Tours.
“With each district focusing on its own particular industry, the world of Panem is a truly segmented place, which is why we've created a separate 15-second clip for each one,” says Shutterstock’s Doug Levy.
“And while travel between districts is impossible for most people in the books and movies, thanks to these videos, now you can visit them all.”
The videos use voiceovers and 158 stock footage clips to describe each district's main characteristics to you as though you were tourist.
Visit Shutterstock's Instagram profile to view the other videos in the series.
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