Date of Award
Documentary, Film, Filmmaking Process, Material Culture, Religion, Video
The following document is a report submitted in conjunction with a video project. The video is a personal documentary, filmed in Denver, Colorado and Mexico City, Mexico, which explores the spiritual connection that people have with their material objects. The report is comprised of a project proposal and a post-production report. The proposal discusses the theoretical underpinnings of the project, and offers a plan for the film's production. The post-production report discusses my filmmaking process in retrospect, reviews production problems and solutions, and includes a final schedule and budget.
Please visit my website at http://www.upupintothesky.com, or contact the author at interestingrandomness(at)gmail.com, for a current link to a video stream of the film which accompanies this paper.
Perry Schrank, Rachel Tamsen, "The Spirit of Stuff: What I Learned When I Sold (Almost) Everything" (2009). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 507.
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Rachel Tamsen Perry Schrank
Mass communication, Film studies, Fine arts