The little red light is on for the video surveillance of the Baton Rouge arts scene, and it's time for you to pick up the stick: Check out the vids we've assembled, or set up your green screen, hop into your editing bay, unearth that VHS, or just hold up your phone... Yes, it's the purely awesome local-gone-global Culture Candy television channel CCTV!! (exclamation! exclamation!)
Have or know of a significant share-worthy short BR arts film? Submit a url to a YouTube or Vimeo video, and the CCTV curatorial staff will take it under keen consideration for inclusion in our CCTV collection of motion picture convection... ...and 3... 2... 1... you're on!
19th century tintype photography revisite
Ian C. Minich, a tintype photographer and LSU graduate student in photography, shoots his subjects in the 19th century, wetplate collodion process, which creates one-of-a-kind images on aluminum.
Nike BMX - Baton Rouge
Garrett Reynolds, Chad Kerley, Dennis Enarson, Nigel Sylvester and Simone Barraco handled the streets of Baton Rouge for three days, and came back with some incredible footage. Is three days in a city long enough? With this crew it sure is! Filmed and edited by Ryan Navazio
England In 1819 "Waterfall"
Another great tune and video from Baton Rouge's England In 1819 "Waterfall" Official Music Video
Des Images Claires
created by LSU alumn Taylor Wilcox