Heated lamp bulbs can easily go crushing, tripods can fall from the wind of a butterfly, slamming doors can shake a whole set to disorder. When you’re making film, especially during a workshop, these issues is easily overcome though: Everyone helps each other, sharing equipment. The project managers are running around catching butterflies. With enough duct tape, the filmmakers old friend, you can stabilize anything.

Fantasies to be made, in "The Night Lamp"
Judit, Selina and Sanne creating a snow ball fight in Cutout.
"Where did everyone go? Hello?" Moony Moon moaning on the cleared set.

Peter Wallentin