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Published on Mar 22, 2011
Italy, Winter 1944 - A small American convoy makes its way through an old village. Warner, an Allied medic is writing to his girl back home. As the company drives through the town, a small group of Germans prepares to ambush them...
Winner of "Best Undergraduate Picture" in the Temple Diamond Screen Film Festival 2011. Best Film - Roslyn Film Festival 2012 Honorable Mention - "Best College Narrative" - Bucks Fever Film Fest 2011 Screened in the Collaborative Arts Festival 2011 and the Temple Film Collective Film Festival 2011.
This short film was made for my FMA II Midterm Project at Temple University.
Directed and Edited By: Phillip G. Carroll Jr.
Produced By: Kurt Eberling Jr.
Directors of Photography: Brett Graybill and Michael Thackray
G.I. Medic - Steven Costa Sergeant - Gary Oswald Jeep Driver - Mike Kettyle Feldwebel Hochmeyer - Gerhard Laemmele Erich - Friedrich Haas
Bill McGee, Kevin Malseed, Rob Croce, Jim Carden, Matt Strelecki, and Matthew Thackray
Nick Nebal, Douglas Baker, Richard Roberts, Jim Speece, Kris Ortega, Andrew Klinger
Italian Farmer: Anthony Fratto
Italian Children: Michael and Justin Costa
Script Supervisor - Hosu Lee Props Master - Kurt Eberling Jr. Boom Mic - Alexander Szokolyai SteadiCam Operator - Michael Thackray Casting Director - Kurt Eberling Jr.
Original Story by Kurt Eberling Jr. Screenplay by Phillip G. Carroll Jr.
Behind the Scenes Recordings: Matthew Thackray Douglas Baker (Sum12see)
Production Assistants: Phil Carroll Sr. Colleen Carroll John Carroll Alexander Steed Kevin Smith
On Set Photography: John Carroll and Kurt Eberling Jr.
Shot on location at Tamanend Park, located in Southampton, P.A.
Special Thanks to:
My loving parents, All of my talented friends, The staff at Tamanend Park, DOC for making this past year possible, K-Mike for always keeping a smile on our faces, "Sniper Doug" for his behind the scenes videos, Gary for his dedication and devotion, Hosu Lee, I'll miss you next fall, And to everyone who poured their hearts and souls into this project.