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Behind the Scenes at a Film Studio

23.01.2017 19:58:17

Is it possible to recreate a Palestinian environment inside a film studio at the Tallinn University Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School?

Of course it is! And a film Roof Knocking proves it. Everything is possible in a film studio when a good hard working team collaborates. This is what I learned after spending many hours observing the whole process of filming the movie called Roof Knocking. Soon I realised that behind every single minute of a movie there is endless work and patience. But the satisfaction that is reached after every member has fulfilled his/her task professionally is worth it. This clip will explain what Roof Knocking is about and through a short interview with some of the staff it will shed light on the difficulties encountered during the filming of this movie and the satisfactions after completing the scenes.

Text and video by Virginia Petetti (Erasmus student).

 

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