Shorecrest to debut its latest lip dub at student film festival June 1

Sunday, May 30, 2010

By Craig Degginer 

With nearly every student participating, Shorecrest High School filmed a new lip dub video tribute to seven decades of music and pop culture on Thursday, May 27. The new lip dub will be premiered at the Shorecrest/Shorewood Student Film Festival at 7 pm Tuesday, June 1 in the Shorecrest Performing Arts Center at the school.

Starting in the Shorecrest cafeteria and moving through the school to the gymnasium, student camera operator Kollin O'Dannel and teacher/director Trent Mitchell took a four-minute trip through the '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s and 2000s to tunes such as "In the Mood," "Johnny B Good," "Twist and Shout" and "Smells Like Teen Spirit." Students and staff were dressed as their favorite pop culture personality from each decade. The video ended in the gym with the whole school belting out "Hey Baby."

 This time around, crosstown rivals Shorewood, creators of the famous backwards lip dub that went viral last December, participated, along with classes from neighboring Kellogg Middle School and Briarcrest Elementary.

KOMO 4 TV News did a story on the Lip Dub filming which can be viewed on YouTube.

--Photos courtesy Shoreline Schools


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