This was my second year in a row shooting the Arlington International Film Festival. This year there was a reception for "The Typewriter Repairman" in Cambridge Typewriter, the store in which the documentary was shot.
For the last day of my summer internship at ACMi, we replicated a scene from Back to the Future for a crowdsourced remake of that movie.
Earlier this year, ACMi and A-DOG (Arlington Dog Owners Group) put on Arlington's first ever dog film festival. I helped edit together the submissions and staffed the festival, which they held outdoors on a lovely summer night at a field by the Boys and Girls Club.
Toward the end of my summer at Arlington Public News of ACMi, we held did a remote newscast at the Jefferson Cutter House in Arlington Center. I was not feeling so great, so I had to sit out for most of it, but they did a great job without me!
One of my fellow interns, Erica, planned and executed a standup comedy show in the studio at ACMi. Here are some pictures I took during the setup. Tragically, I didn't get any good photos of Erica herself.
Here's another from ACMi -- Alan Kaufman, who produces 'In the Tradition,' a folk music show, tuning a violin in the conference room.
This summer, I was a video producer for Arlington Public News out of Arlington Community Media, Inc. The show's goal this summer was to do some remote newscasts. We finally had a successful one at the end of the summer, but this one was rained out, so we shot it in the studio. It's exciting …
Just past this graffiti, they've been building a retaining wall all summer. When I passed it on the last day of my internship recently, the wall was done and a restaurant had set up bicycle-themed lighting. It's been cool seeing the facade slowly shape up all summer -- it started with a patch of dirt …