WDHS Video is a video program fully run by students at Dearborn High School, located in Dearborn, Michigan. All videos are directed, shot, produced, and edited by students. Students start in classes that teach the basics of television production. They move on to more advance classes culminating in a 45 minute to one hour long movie completely done by students. Graduates of the program have gone on to work in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and right here in the Metro Detroit area. They have been involved in all aspects of the film and television industry including work on major motion pictures, network and local television, post-production facilities, marketing and advertising agencies, and a host of other professions in the industry.
The 49 Cent Store cast and crew is working hard trying to get our movie finished for our May premier!
After fabricated music group "The Emperors" is exposed for lip-synching by rival musician Lil Bigz, they fall from Titan status Into the pits of obscurity. As six months pass, the band gets back together equipped with a new name "The 49 Cent Store". Now making real music, will The 49 Cent Store rise back to the top, or will Lil Bigz interrupt their encore?
Our other film making class is currently working on 3 short films to premiere along side The 49 Cent Store in May.
Matter of Trust: In a post apocalyptic world, trust is a rare commodity. When a young man begins to trust an outsider, the results are deadly.
Cereal: Two young men are united by their love of cereal, and seek to fend off would-be robbers and corrupt cops, in order to protect their beloved cereal.
Flatline: When a young man trips over his own lifestyle and insults a very powerful man and his vindictive niece, revenge will be swift and painful.