SBTV collaborated with the O2 Go Think Big project for this year's scheme which encourages young people to get involved in the creative industry. This year's campaign saw the 18-25-year-olds create, produce and direct a short film to capture the spirit of live music titled 'Go Think Big: Headliners'.
To prepare over 40 trainees for the work experience opportunity, the SBTV / Go Think Big organisers held pre-production workshops at Procam's London HQ, where the young people were able to learn about the different elements of production through shadowing experts in different departments. They experienced and produced everything from styling, writing, casting, directing, shooting and even lighting for the 'Headliners' film. They then shot the short film on an ARRI Alexa Mini and ARRI Wireless LCS.
The GTB x SBTV team were set on creating a film that tells the story of a group of young people who are redefining the way their generation consumes live music. The film features East London-based music artist and actress, Paigey Cakey, who made a name for herself as a rapper delivering powerful lyrics celebrating female power.
The film premieres tonight, 29th November, at a secret London venue.
Pictures courtesy of SBTV. O2 Go Think Big.