Zoom In 28: My Neighborhood

The latest episode of our long-running student TV show Zoom In is complete and online! Watch the full episode below.

Zoom In #26: A Day in the Life

The latest episode of our long-running student TV show Zoom In is complete and online! Watch the full episode below.

“San Francisco Love” Video in SFist

Andrew Dalton of SFist gave a nice little shout-out to one of the music videos to come out of our summer media camp.

http://sfist.com/2012/08/02/day_around_the_bay_952.php

Zoom In #24: Only in San Francisco

The 24th episode of “Zoom In” is now available to view online. This episode, created by the youth media producers in our 2012 Summer Media Camp, focused on topics that make our city so unique and included contributions from music videos to graphic novels.

Documentary Filmmaking: Street Art

This past Tuesday, three of our students, Saleen, Stella, and Ginger got the privilege of interviewing Sirron Norris, a prominent Bay Area artist and educator. The girls’ documentary is on how street art shapes San Francisco culture, and once Sirron heard about the project he was more than happy to let us interview him at his studio on 26th and Valencia. Read more

Dolly Exercise

Yesterday Laura’s Music Video Production class got an awesome intro to the dolly! 2 groups split up and took turns doing a dolly move to the Outkast song “Hey Ya” – check out the end result!!

Behind the Scenes footage:

Summer Media Camp Day 3: Music Video Exercise

On the third day of BAYCAT’s 2012 Summer Media Camp our youth media producers were asked to imagine, choreograph and perform a music video for Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” in under 45 minutes. They accomplished this amazing feat by forming smaller groups which created puppets, held up signs, acted, danced and covered themselves in written text for various portions of the video. Enjoy!