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While a veteran actor laments the state of film and film acting, a group of young children sneak a Panavision camera into the apartment where the actor resides and decide to make a film with... See more »

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The Actor
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Child
Harrison Kane ...
Child
Stephanie Sams ...
Child
Kyle Kass ...
Child (as Kyle Kassardjian)
Katie Lai ...
Child
Natasha La Force ...
Child (as Natasha LaForce)
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Child
Chloe Randle-Reis ...
Child (as Chloe Reis)
Camille Shniffer ...
Child

Directed by

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David Cronenberg

Written by

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David Cronenberg ... ()

Produced by

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Niv Fichman ... executive producer
Jody Shapiro ... producer
Jennifer Weiss ... co-producer

Music by

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Howard Shore

Cinematography by

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André Pienaar

Film Editing by

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Ronald Sanders

Production Design by

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Carol Spier

Costume Design by

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Denise Cronenberg

Production Management

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Andrew Cullen ... production manager

Sound Department

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Bruce Carwardine ... sound
David Evans ... sound editor
John Laing ... sound
Andy Malcolm ... foley artist
Lou Solakofski ... sound
Orest Sushko ... re-recording mixer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Byrd Dickens ... best boy electric
Chris Farr ... best boy grip

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Caitlin Cronenberg ... wardrobe supervisor

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Also Known As
  • Камера (Russia)
  • Kamera (Poland)
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  • 6 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia David Cronenberg was inspired to make this short film by a dream he had when he was a child in which he was watching a movie in a theater and growing old quickly while watching it. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Short6 (2001). See more »
Quotes The Actor: When you record the moment, you record the death of the moment. Children and death are a bad combination.
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