Music Videos and Commercials (Filmmaking Series)

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Instructors will discuss types of music videos and commercials. This workshop is perfect for musicians looking to create music videos, teens wanting to communicate business ideas, public service announcements or those who just want to have fun learning a new film genre.  Students will brainstorm how to turn their music or product into a creative clip, then edit their footage and upload to YouTube.

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Teens, ages 13-18

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