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NYU Tisch Media Students Film On Location At SUNY Broome

 

NYU FILM STUDENTS WORK ON LOCATION AT SUNY BROOME

FRAMING THE SHOT – NYU student filmmaker Matt Puccini (lower left) studies the camera framing by Director of Photography Renee Mao (center) for a scene in Puccini’s film “Solo”. Several of the scenes were shot on the SUNY Broome campus on Sunday April 19th. (Photo – Ed Evans)

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EXTRAS – SUNY Broome Communications and Media Arts students served as on camera extras, and as production assistants for the NYU student film crew during location shoots on the SUNY Broome campus on April 19, 2015. (L to R) Shade Denman, Matt Waskie, Josh Elliot and Deborah Miller were on set for nearly four hours during filming. (Photo – Ed Evans)

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GROUP PICTURE - A student film crew from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts after a location shoot on the campus of SUNY Broome Community College, Binghamton, N.Y. on April 19, 2015. The student film crew spent five days shooting a movie in Deposit, N.Y., with other scenes in Chenango Bridge, Binghamton and at SUNY Broome. The film - entitled "Solo" - is a Senior Thesis Project for Tisch filmmaking student Matt Puccini. (Photo - Ed Evans)

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LEARNING OPPORTUNITY – SUNY Broome Communications student Alexander Andre watches while NYU film student Laura Hilliard sets up the Red Dragon camera used for filming movie scenes on the Broome Campus April 19, 2015. Andre worked as a production assistant for the NYU location shoot. (Photo – Ed Evans)

 

 

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ALL IN THE DETAILS - SUNY Broome Communications student Matt Waskie (right)  learns how to keep a log of audio information from Production Sound Mixer Brian Blum (left). Waskie learned how to log each take and took down production notes on the audio recording for each of the scenes. The film students from NYU’s Tisch School of Media used the Broome campus as the setting for several scenes in a student movie on April 19, 2015. (Photo - Ed Evans)