WATCH: Kerry Students Viral Shtar Wars Video Is Hilarious!
If there's one thing you watch today it's this!
The Institute of Technology Tralee’s Bachelor of Arts (Hons) n Music Technology group have yet again produced a viral video that has got the attention of celebrities such as actress Carrie Fisher and presenter Graham Norton, with almost 6,000 youtube views in less than four days.
The creative third year class used a Star Wars clip where they recorded, edited, mixed and dubbed it with Kerry Accents as part of a module on Audio Post Production. It was a group project with the entire class involved which proved that yet again IT Tralee is not only a great place to study but that study can be fun too!
SHTAR WARS - The Kingdom Shtrikes Back - YouTube. Graham Norton sent me this ???️⛎♑ℹ?♓️Ⓜ️?♑️✝️. F?️® ??️Ⓜ️?✝️♓️ℹ♑g https://t.co/3TKqn5WLYZ— Carrie Fisher (@carrieffisher) 19 December 2016
SHTAR WARS - The Kingdom Shtrikes Back is already getting traction with celebrities such as Carrie Fisher, best known for her role as Princess Leia in the original Star Wars trilogy (1977–83) and Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), who tweeted that Graham Norton sent her the video clip.
Previous projects from the IT Tralee BA (Hons) in Music Technology group include the viral "Pulp Fiction Kerry Shtyle" which was featured on the Graham Norton show in 2012 and has garnered over 720,000 views.
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