Dalby talent on film and stage at Parkfest
FOUR film clips, produced throughout Dalby, will be shown at Parkfest today as the event kicks off at 3pm.
In one clip, zombies dragged themselves through the streets in search of brains for the Cry for Cthulu film clip.
The streets became backdrops to the clips produced for songwriters Harry Wells, band Swift, Cry for Cthulu and Eloise Cosgrove.
Hailing from Cecil Plains, Eloise joined other musicians during the school holidays to write, produce and edit their own film clips ready to premiere. Her song Living Life Simply was filmed at her family property, while other sets were built and staged to create the perfect venue to record in.
Human Ventures' Aaron Veryard has jumped on board the project to bridge the gap in experience to produce a clean video clip for each of the four bands.
"The artists produced story boards on their own, and I assisted them where their were gaps in knowledge," he said.
"It's amazing to see songs that didn't even exist a fortnight ago, like Eloise's, now be recorded, produced and have a video clip."
Melinda Wells said the purpose of the film clip would be to build the toolbox for the artists to further their careers.
Musicians will take centre stage at Parkfest, with some artists performing for the first time.
Parkfest is held at the Myall Youth and Community Network Centre.
3pm Emily and Abbey
3.15pm Charlotte Sliger
3.30pm Claire and Lizzy Sutton
4pm Eloise Cosgrove
4.20pm Harry Wells
5.15pm Cry for Cthulu
5.50pm Asura Deva
6:25pm Music video clip premier with Eloise Cosgrove, Harry Wells, Swift and Cry for Cthulu
6.50pm Movie screening