Thunder Bay Video Production is World Class – Singer seeks Extras for Video


Shy-AnneTHUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay is often surprising to those who don’t spend time finding out all that is going on around our community. Over of the benefits that Thunder Bay is gaining, is a growing video and film making community.

Coming often, out of Confederation College graduates of the very well-known film program, that community is proving itself in many ways. Local video production can be seen on Shaw Cable Ten, where some of the up and coming work is being shown.

Local videographers are also combining their skill in amazing music videos.

This coming weekend, Shy-Anne is filming a new video.

This talented Northwestern Ontario voice is looking for extras to be in the video.

Shy-Anne shares, “Saturday late afternoon and into the early evening. I am tentatively saying 3PM to start”. They are filming a funeral scene, and requesting that those coming out wear funeral cloths. If you are under the age of 18 you will need to bring a parent to sign a permission slip. People of all ages are needed for this scene. The scene will need 130 people. To participate go to 21 Court Street North, at the Sargent and Son Funeral Home.

There is also exciting work being created in Thunder Bay by others too. NetNewsledger has included videos from Damien Gilbert, Paul Morralee, and Thunderstryker Films just to name a few.

Imaginarium in collaboration with Generator have done the video spot for the latest Confederation College campaign. This is allied to the campaign currently running on with Confederation College.

As Thunder Bay continues to evolve, our local arts community continues to give some solid works that are world-class.

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