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Video: Tiny Ant People Set Up A City At Coachella

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It takes a village of tiny, tilt-shift, ant people to raise a music festival. Directed, shot, cut and finished by Sam O'Hare, this new video is a happy reminder on a dreary Wednesday that the sun will in fact shine again. At Coachella.

O'Hare states, "I wanted to portray a unique view of the incomparable Coachella experience. Following the crowds in the sunshine from arrival, camping, exploring the art in the arena, all the way through to the headliners at night, this film brings a miniature feel to this huge festival."

Click here for more information about how this film was made. The next Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has been announced forApril 15,16, and 17, 2011.

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