FOR those who are keen to get behind the camera, a evening of inspiring music clips and talks from the talent behind Radar Music Videos will be right up your street.
Screen Social: The Radar Music Video Mix is taking place tomorrow at East London haunt The Book Club.
The event will screen a stack of cutting-edge music videos, as well as live music from Enjoyed.
Among those music videos screening tomorrow evening is Mercury Music Prize winner Alt-J’s promo for Breezeblocks which has now racked up over 12m views on YouTube.
London-based label Infectious commissioned New York director Ellis Bahl through networking site Radar and the video went on to win a UK Music Video Award.
A Q&A with Radar Founder Caroline Bottomley will also take place.
Radar is a super interesting concept where the site connects budding film makers with bands, who specify their budget to create a work of art.
Some briefs have as little as £500 attached to them, but this is an invaluable middle man connecting creatives. Other briefs boast larger budgets which can be in the thousands.
The evening will also discuss how to encourage more female video directors to rise through the ranks.
Screen Social: The Radar Music Video Mix
Wednesday 12th June
The Book Club, 100 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4RH
7pm – 1am
£4 (on the door) / £3 online