Overview: Fun, loud, rock and roll! Kick back with The Lexingtons and their hit Too Fast, Too Close. This song is bursting with style as the band plays licks with shades of The White Stripes. Start with this footage as quick classroom exercise then sit back as your students keep working, on their own initiative, all night long.
Class Suggestions: The music video is all performance, and is shot in a way that it requires basic VFX knowledge from students. Skills like resizing, cropping, and syncing music to picture will be learned by editing Too Fast, Too Close.
This music video is all about motion effects; resizes, rotation, position, opacity and superimposes. Some of this footage was shot sideways! This video is 100% music performance. There is no narrative story to tell as their is in Among Us and Rob Me Blind. No two students will cut this video the same way.
This is an excellent piece to color correct. The final version of this piece was colored in black and white and used matte shapes and vignettes to position band members in various portions of the screen.
Too Fast, Too Close contains no scripted profanity, but does have some out-take profanity. There are no adult storylines. We believe that this film is appropriate for all college age audiences, and some more liberal high schools. These ratings are issued by EditStock, and NOT the MPAA.
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