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March 14, 1994 - Image 10

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10 - The Michigan Daily -Monday, March 14, 1994

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Bananas
unpeeling
themselves. Fruits
attacking each
other. These were
the actors in my
first film

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JOSH MOSS, SENIOR. FILMMAJOR

My professor is big
on editing. And editing
And editing..: 800 ft
of film ended up
on the floor.

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A lot of people don't realize how much goes into making a film. Creating
illusions with photographs being flickered, that in itself, that's art. But as a
student, reality kicks in fast. Having a budget of a few hundred dollars for my
senior thesis film, that's reality. I couldn't afford 'Star Wars' type special
effects. I got the actors to volunteer to be my aliens, free. And used the
American Express"' Card to charge major expenses like film and
processing. The Card helps me stick to a budget. (It even helped
me save serious money on a flight to New Orleans, with my
Continental voucher.) Working on the film for no money, and long
hours, tempers got a little short. So,

Usiinu tre i~mican expres tira t miy '..I

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