In the 40-second video, Sutherland's Capitol President is seen discussing the nature of hope and fear with Seneca Crane ahead of the 74th annual Hunger Games tournament.
Sutherland recently claimed that The Hunger Games has the power to "change everything". The 76-year-old said that the science fiction movie's story draws clear parallels to the Occupy movement.
"This script came and it seemed to me that it was a game changer. That it had the possibility, if it were properly done, to catalyse, motivate, mobilise a generation of young people who were, in my opinion, by and large dormant in the political process," he said.
Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth star in The Hunger Games, which opens in UK cinemas on March 23.
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Watch Digital Spy interview the stars of The Hunger Games below: