A music video made entirely from stock footage!

Written by Freya Black

Some of RedSharks advertisers sell video stock footage. Here's one use you might not have thought of for it...


...and the Ed Wood award for best music video goes to Keith Schofield who directed this music video for singer Darwin Deez with the song “You can’t be my girl”. The video is almost entirely created from Stock Footage (There’s a bit of green screen going on there too) and has managed to elicit just the right amount of creepiness, mixed with some solid action in the closing minute (which was my favourite bit, so be sure to catch the end).

I’m actually quite impressed at how well composited some of the shots are!

- Ed would have been proud of you Keith! :)

 

Contains mild nudity in case you're offended by that sort of thing.

 



 

 

Tags: Post & VFX

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