This past week I was part of the team shooting a short drama film in Ng'aturkana on Voluntary Male Medical Circumsision.
The shoot was successful, despite a rainy first day and a few expected hitches. The team was decicated and the locals cooperative seeing the production reach it's conclusion as scheduled. I'll let the photos do the talking, to recap the week that has past shooting the film on location at Kalobeyei and Nawotom.
|Sunrise on location, before the clouds opened up and cut short the first day of the shoot.|
|The D.O.P and Director setting up a shot.|
|Turkana women preparing for a wedding scene.|
|This little girl stole my heart, a budding actress in the making.|
|The colorful and bright Turkana neck pieces caught my eye.|
|One of the main actors in character.|
|Ready to shoot the wedding scene.|
|Turkana women escorting the bride to her groom with cultural songs.|
|The team reviewing a jib shot.|
|The team taking a photo with the elders before the wedding scene.|
|The groom carried up in the air, during the wedding celebrations.|