Over the course of nine days between January 4th and January 22nd, four CAMS majors devoted their time to shooting the upcoming short film, The Dutchman's Waltz, which is a co-independent study between Connor Einarsen '15, director, and Diana Fraser '14, producer. They collaborated with Jack Davis '13 and Hannah White '14 to produce twenty minutes of what Fraser describes as "almost-noir, dance, and closure."
The film stars Gabe Terrell '14 and Karen McCleary '14 as main characters Jack and Jess. Shooting locations included local locations on-campus, the Archer House in Northfield, and playgrounds on -2 degree days. The whole team had a fantastic time preparing and shooting and are looking forward to sharing the final product at the end of winter term. Check out some photo highlights from the film set below and stayed tuned for update about campus premiere screening.
Connor Einarsen '15 directs his actors on-set at the Archer House in downtown Northfield.
Cinematographer extraordinaire Jack Davis '13 uses our CobraCrane Jib Arm to maneuver the camera for a shot.
Crew members Hannah White '14, Sam Dunnewold '12, and Jack Davis '13 experience the privations of filmmaking necessary to make great art as the actors, Gabe Terrell '14 and Karen McCleary '14, prepare for their scene.