Today is a sad day. The end of an era. Although I’m currently crying while writing this because I don’t want this year to end, it has been an amazing experience. Thank you everyone who watched A Day in the Life and I hope everyone enjoyed it! These day two years have been memorable for me and I don’t wanna leave. Ever. I’m kinda at a loss for words because it’s difficult for me to pinpoint specific moments since everyday was a new and fun experience. Everyone in the film program is awesome and I’m so happy that had the opportunity to annoy all of you.
Only three more days left for the seniors! I know I’m gonna miss walking into film and seeing my friends, new and old, pretty much everyday. I’ll miss when Peter comes out of no where and sings Fancy by Iggy to me and dances. I’m truly honored to have been apart of the Mango crew. Although I was not there from the beginning, I’m happy they let me into the crew so last minute. Eric’s documentary is very inspiring and I’m thankful to not only meet him, but be able to work with him in a class I know he loves. Adam and Lina are amazing directors and worked extremely hard on this film and I’m proud to have been able to walk up with them to receive the award for Best Picture. Gonna miss Alan and the class but will try to visit next year!
its eric i wanted to right this blog because i wanted to say hands when i first saw it i thought of that it looked like i was saying yes yes yes like him but u be the judge. idk but i think the ancer is YES YES YES
today is the last day of bloging here at mango and so for me (eric) i am also going too miss not just makeing this film but i will also miss my crew members who are going to grad this year but its been a bumpy ride but we did it. i could not ask for a better crew
We have officially finished all of the filming that we need to do for our documentary!! Last night we filmed Eric working out at the Vanderbilt Club with his dad and Sean Tobin, then asked Eric and his parents a few more questions at their house. As for the week and Monday&Tuesday of next, we have to finish editing the sequences together, clean the audio, and put in the music (made by Brian Hazerjian & Caroline Falvey). SO CLOSE!!!!
We filmed at Eric’s on Sunday night filming Eric going to bed and Mango playing Red Sox monopoly. Lina won monopoly with the most money. Eric was “doing what’s best for business” by constantly bargaining with everyone for better players. We filmed Eric’s mother arranging his pills and Eric getting ready for bed. We are getting closer and closer to April 1st but things seem to be coming along nicely.