Video Production

There is a growing number of media platforms that use video illustration to educate, inform, and/or raise awareness on pressing issues. Here, you will find simple and free online tools to help you edit video materials for your remote community engagement work. If you need technical assistance for your project, please email Eddie Gonzalez

Free Resources
OpenShot (Windows, Mac, Linux)VSDC free video editor (Windows)
OpenShot is an easy to use Video Editor software, quick to learn, with surprisingly powerful video features and capabilities. This is available for windows, Mac,Use this free video software to create and edit videos. Cut, merge, apply visual and audio effects. VSDC is available on Windows only.
Lightworks (Windows, Mac, Linus)KineMaster (Android and IOS)
 Lightworks is a simple and intuitive user interface that can get you up the speed in creating video content, including a huge set of tutorials and tools for video editing. Lighthouse is available on Windows, IOS and LinuDescription: Want to make incredible videos on your phone tablet, or Chromebook? KineMaster is an easy-to-use, full-featured video editor loaded with powerful tools.
Past Projects

 Girls and Gangs: “Life Experience” by Keniae
This video was part of the Media Art for Social Justice (MS-194) class. The Class offered “Video Diary Workshops” as the creative expression portion of the Girls and Gangs weekly reentry sessions. Click HERE to see similar videos.
Sherman Indian High School – Indigitize Youth Media Workshops
Indigitize is an indigenous youth organization at Sherman Indian High School that focuses on Video Production and Film. The partnership with the media studies department focuses on giving access to materials and facilitating video production and sound workshops. Though COVID-19 will limit video workshops this semester, videos from last semester will be submitted to film festivals. 
Beyond the Runway (Finalizing a feature documentary on Meth Addiction with Beyond the Runway)
Beyond the runway is a youtube show hosted by Enyce Smith and features members of the House and Ball community sharing their stories about living as African American in th LGBTQ+ community. Dr Gina Lamb’s class is currently finalizing a feature documentary on Meth addiction with Beyond the Runway