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The Hun School is shooting the finale of the School-wide Lip Dub Video on Friday, May 13th. All students are invited to participate. Students should meet at 3:00 on the stairs behind Russell Hall. All participants are asked to where red and black attire.
A Lip Dub Video is a fun way to demonstrate school-spirit and create a visual tour of the School’s people and programs. We have selected the song Dynamite, by Taio Cruz and recruited a 16-member committee, including Student Videographer Adam Mantel `11. What is a Lip Dub?
A lip dub is a type of video that combines lip synching and audio dubbing to make a music video. It is made by filming individuals or a group of people lip synching while listening to a song or any recorded audio then dubbing over it in post editing with the original audio of the song. Often they look like simple music videos, although many involve a lot of preparation and production. Lip dubs can be done in a single unedited shot that often travels through different rooms and situations within a building.
Lip Dub Example
UVIC - Hey Soul Sister
Upper School Head/Dean of FacultyHeadmaster and CFOQuiddich ClubMatt TreichalQuirksThe EuropeansGroup ChinaProctorsEdgertonesArt GroupLatin ClubDance CoResident Life KidsAlumniTeam DudekTeam AngieHUN TVNurseCrewMath DeptTeam Roller CoasterDynamonstersHanna BrzozaBoys SoccerVarsity Girls SoccerStudy Hall Faculty Group
Lip Dub Application
Lip Dub Timeline
Maureen LemingDirector of Communications and Marketing