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The BBC Norfolk Music Video Festival – starting with BUG tomorrow

The BBC Norfolk Music Video Festival – starting with BUG tomorrow

David Knight - 15th June 2010

The BBC Norfolk Music Video Festival - described as the UK's only dedicated music video festival - kicks off tomorrow with a special presentation of BUG at The Forum in Norwich, home to Fusion, the largest digital screen in Europe.

The BBC Norfolk Music Video Festival - described as the UK's only dedicated music video festival - kicks off tomorrow with a special presentation of BUG at The Forum in Norwich, home to Fusion, the largest digital screen in Europe. Organised by BBC Voices and BBC Norfolk Introducing - part of the national BBC Introducing initiative, fostering new creative talent - the purpose of the festival is to showcase videos from unsigned, undiscovered and 'under-the-radar' acts. Other events at the festival include several gigs, a seminar for GCSE and A-Level students on making music videos (called <em>'Want to make a bad music video'</em>) on June 30th, a presentation about RadarMusicVideos by Radar's Caroline Bottomley, a screening of the Sigur Ros film <em>Heima</em>, and a free daily screening of indie music videos at Fusion at The Forum, for the likes of Slow Club, Blood Red Shoes, The Wave Pictures, Lone Wolf, Kill it Kid, The Kabeedies, Tunng. Tickets are still available for BUG tomorrow night (June 16th), and they are available from the UEA <a href="http://www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk/events/bug---the-forum--16-06-10-.aspx" target="_blank">box office</a>, and on 01603 508050.

Organised by BBC Voices and BBC Norfolk Introducing - part of the national BBC Introducing initiative, fostering new creative talent - the purpose of the festival is to showcase videos from unsigned, undiscovered and 'under-the-radar' acts.

The BBC Norfolk Music Video Festival - described as the UK's only dedicated music video festival - kicks off tomorrow with a special presentation of BUG at The Forum in Norwich, home to Fusion, the largest digital screen in Europe. Organised by BBC Voices and BBC Norfolk Introducing - part of the national BBC Introducing initiative, fostering new creative talent - the purpose of the festival is to showcase videos from unsigned, undiscovered and 'under-the-radar' acts. Other events at the festival include several gigs, a seminar for GCSE and A-Level students on making music videos (called <em>'Want to make a bad music video'</em>) on June 30th, a presentation about RadarMusicVideos by Radar's Caroline Bottomley, a screening of the Sigur Ros film <em>Heima</em>, and a free daily screening of indie music videos at Fusion at The Forum, for the likes of Slow Club, Blood Red Shoes, The Wave Pictures, Lone Wolf, Kill it Kid, The Kabeedies, Tunng. Tickets are still available for BUG tomorrow night (June 16th), and they are available from the UEA <a href="http://www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk/events/bug---the-forum--16-06-10-.aspx" target="_blank">box office</a>, and on 01603 508050.

Other events at the festival include several gigs, a seminar for GCSE and A-Level students on making music videos (called 'Want to make a bad music video') on June 30th, a presentation about RadarMusicVideos by Radar's Caroline Bottomley, a screening of the Sigur Ros film Heima, and a free daily screening of indie music videos at Fusion at The Forum, for the likes of Slow Club, Blood Red Shoes, The Wave Pictures, Lone Wolf, Kill it Kid, The Kabeedies, Tunng.

The BBC Norfolk Music Video Festival - described as the UK's only dedicated music video festival - kicks off tomorrow with a special presentation of BUG at The Forum in Norwich, home to Fusion, the largest digital screen in Europe. Organised by BBC Voices and BBC Norfolk Introducing - part of the national BBC Introducing initiative, fostering new creative talent - the purpose of the festival is to showcase videos from unsigned, undiscovered and 'under-the-radar' acts. Other events at the festival include several gigs, a seminar for GCSE and A-Level students on making music videos (called <em>'Want to make a bad music video'</em>) on June 30th, a presentation about RadarMusicVideos by Radar's Caroline Bottomley, a screening of the Sigur Ros film <em>Heima</em>, and a free daily screening of indie music videos at Fusion at The Forum, for the likes of Slow Club, Blood Red Shoes, The Wave Pictures, Lone Wolf, Kill it Kid, The Kabeedies, Tunng. Tickets are still available for BUG tomorrow night (June 16th), and they are available from the UEA <a href="http://www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk/events/bug---the-forum--16-06-10-.aspx" target="_blank">box office</a>, and on 01603 508050.

Tickets are still available for BUG tomorrow night (June 16th), and they are available from the UEA box office, and on 01603 508050.

David Knight - 15th June 2010

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