This is the ten-minute film I created for the community development organisation Health Empowerment Leverage Project (HELP). The footage available was wither from previously-edited material and therefore was not raw footage, or was more recently recorded with a handheld camera in quite noisy environments. The challenge was turning this footage into a film without embedded bits of music stopping and starting, the editing seeming too choppy, and the recorded voices being legible.
This is in fact the second version of the video: the original purpose of the film was a material to assist in explaining HELP in community events and training. I was therefore able to use copywrited music on the soundtrack since the video was for private, non-commercial use.
The organisation then decided they would like to make the video available online so the soundtrack needed to be changed - and since the soundtrack I put on was disguising a lot of choppy music clips not removal from the previously edited footage, I could not simply remove the soundtrack altogether. I had to find suitable replacement music available copywriter free.
This site is completely brilliant for that, and I'm grateful for all the people out there who share their music free of charge!