“Me Too” was entered in the Lake Placid Film Forum’s Sleepless in Lake Placid 24-Hour Film Competition in June 2012. I contributed as the Cinematographer as a part of a four-student team that represented Hobart and William Smith Colleges at the event.
Our team created this short film in 24 hours, according to the festival rules. We were required to include four elements: (1) taxidermy, (2) dancing, (3) a scene shot at the Palace Theater in Lake Placid, and (4) the inclusion of two specific lines of dialogue. Despite our many technical difficulties, and having never worked with my teammates before, I am immensely proud of our work!