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Sharpsburg gym transforms for video shoot

| Monday, Jan. 7, 2019, 3:09 p.m.
Film director Zack Eisenfeld sets up scene at the Sharpsburg Linden Gym for a video for the music group Sad Girls Aquatics Club on New Years Eve.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune -Review
Film director Zack Eisenfeld sets up scene at the Sharpsburg Linden Gym for a video for the music group Sad Girls Aquatics Club on New Years Eve.
A live scene from camera while filming a music video for the Indie band, Sad Girls Aquatics Club, which involved a high school dance set up at the Sharpsburg Linden Gym on New Years Eve.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune -Review
A live scene from camera while filming a music video for the Indie band, Sad Girls Aquatics Club, which involved a high school dance set up at the Sharpsburg Linden Gym on New Years Eve.
Film director Zack Eisenfeld of Fox Chapel, along with his crew, set up on New Years Eve at the Sharpsburg Linden Gym to make a music video for Sad Girls Aquatics Club, a new duo out of Pittsburgh.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Film director Zack Eisenfeld of Fox Chapel, along with his crew, set up on New Years Eve at the Sharpsburg Linden Gym to make a music video for Sad Girls Aquatics Club, a new duo out of Pittsburgh.

Sharpsburg’s Linden Gym was transformed on New Years Eve for a music video featuring new band, Sad Girls Aquatics Club.

Director Zack Eisenfeld is from Fox Chapel and said the gym was a perfect location for the filming. It was large enough to create a faux high school dance with lots of extras.

Jan Pakler is a contributing photographer.

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