by Scoop.co.nz — November 26, 2020
In her final year, Motion Design student Kirsty Cameron has reached a couple of significant milestones in directing and producing her first film which will soon be featured on New Zealand television.
While studying her Bachelor of Design at Ara Institute of Canterbury, Cameron worked alongside her tutor Tim Budgen and fellow students to produce Though I Walk, a documentary-fiction film which shares the personal testimonies of Christian Kiwi women who have battled – or are currently battling breast cancer – interwoven with a cinematic narrative.
“It’s a one-woman crew film, and has been a real labour of love,” Cameron says. “The lead actress Sophie Harris is a National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art (NASDA) student. I’ve had Ara Music Arts students Samuel Keelty and Mitchell Anderson working on one of the main music tracks and Emily Pitt, an Ara student photographer, helping out, plus visual communications student Renee Pitt working on advertising.”
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