As a part of RMIT’s Film TV 1 specialization, a group of students and myself produced a short, fictional film. The course criteria required our team to complete all of the filming in one day. This proved to be a challenging task, however it encouraged our team to be highly organized and focused on the day of shooting.
Here is our story idea for the romantic comedy titled ‘Coffee and π’, written by Evan Paris:
Adrian, a socially awkward mathematician, is a regular at a local cafe. Adrian, quite literally, sees the world through numbers, and can produce calculations for life itself. But when a girl enters the equation, human error becomes a major problem, and the theories he creates cannot work.
The finished film, ‘Coffee and π’ was shown at RMIT’s end of semester screening.
The crew – shoot day