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“Today we filmed “The Long Goodbye”, a short film that was made in about 8 hours. I learned how to; set the scene, light the scene, and work with actors. We filmed at a bar that was open just for us. We were a crew of about 8 people. With the bar empty, we were able to set the scene the way we wanted with no interruption. I filmed some behind the scenes footage with a Canon camera. I have never used a camera that also filmed before. I worked with everyone on set and learned a little about everyone’s process. I helped manage all the equipment, moving the cameras to the next shot position. I had a lot of fun on set watching everyone do what their great at. In the end I feel that everyone was impressed with my performance.”