The Center for Health and Media (CMaH), assembled a team of professional staff, Dartmouth undergraduates, and recent alumn. Students and staff developed the Smoky Lies movie with technology serving as the cornerstone.
CMaH gave the team a high level of responsibility in developing the movie. Everyone was invited to participate with each aspect of movie-making (writing the script, animating, providing voices for the characters, etc.) This inclusive style was a great "work experience" for all involved.
|(L to R): Grant Chang, Josh Nelson, Sergio Rosas, and Ernesto Cuevas Jr. discuss a problem.||The team hard at work.|
|Front row (L to R): Ernesto Cuevas Jr., Jonah Blumstein, Yuan Zhang Second row: Aram Rosenthal, Nick Van Amburg, Josh Nadelberg||First row (L to R): Josh Nadelberg, Ernesto Cuevas Jr., Frank Chang Second row: Mason Kortz, Travis Keller, Jeannie Lee, Corrie Francis Third row: Gadget Gramps, Falldown Brown, Josh Nelson, Jeremy Spurr, Dan Hu, Jared Norful|