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Monday, June 27, 2011

Assignment: Music video

This is part of a series suggesting different ways to use Moviestorm in schools or other educational environments. They also make useful exercises for film-makers wanting to develop and practice different film-making techniques. Many more lesson plans and ideas, with free downloadable resources, can be found on the Moviestorm Web site.

Assignment: Music video
Pick a piece of music and make a video for it.

This was made by students at the Wan Smolbag Theatre in Vanuatu. The language is Bislama.

Suggested techniques
Watch a selection of music videos and use these as inspiration.

Tell a story that fits the piece.

Create a stage or studio sequence showing the musicians.

For teachers: benefits to students

  • This helps students to engage with a piece and find their own interpretation.
  • Editing video helps develop the relationship between sound and sight.


  • Ages 12+
  • Suitable for solo work
  • Music


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