Making a lipdub

21 Feb


According to Wikipedia’s article featuring the District of Vellore in the Tamil Nadu State on the South-Eastern Coast of India, the Vellore Institute of Technology (popularly known as VIT) has been ranked as the best private engineering university in India by the magazine India Today. VIT be also the last Indian University to be accredited by the prestigious Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE) in London and the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) in the USA. In Vellore, Tamil is the official and most widely spoken language. Most of the people in Vellore can anyway converse in English and in Hindi. The VIT college has around 15000 students from all over India and from over 25 countries studying in its campus.

University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) offers more than 200 majors, degrees, and credentials, and is a “very high activity” research university. Its official website proclaims that the University has provided 5 Nobel Prize winners. And according to Wikipedia (once again, sorry), UCSB is a politically active campus : “For the 2008 presidential election, UCSB won a national college competition for student voter registration by registering 10857 voters, or 51.5% of the student population.The UCSB Campus Democrats are one of the most active organizations on campus. Over the years, other political parties and organizations have also been known to be active on campus, such as the Environmental Affairs Board, Green Party, Libertarians, NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws), and the Queer Student Union.”

by Canadian Peel Schools – from kindergarten to grade 12 // Peel is one of the four regions surrounding the City of Toronto and belonging to the “GTA” (Greater Toronto Area).

One website with many university lipdubs to be watched is here.


Have a look what was happening behind the scene during the making of the amazing Grand Rapids Lipdub. Also, enjoy the final brilliant, unique tracking shot the lipdub is composed of.


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