Living Our History:
A Day in the Life of a Revolutionary War Reenactor
Cameron Green is a Military Interpreter at Fort Ticonderoga on Lake Champlain. Since he was very young, the American Revolutionary War Period has been a great passion of his (as is mine). Cameron immersed himself in the arena of reenacting at an early age, and since then his passion has become more involved and more authentic. This is what he wants to do. Fort Ticonderoga is leading the charge for a new wave of conducting public and living history, and Cameron is on the front lines.
This is a short documentary I produced for my Documentary Expressions course (RTVF 241) at Hofstra University as a part of the MFA Documentary Studies and Production Graduate Program. Enjoy this short film, and I hope it inspires you to learn more about this great history.
Directed and Produced by: Patrick J. Mantle (PatrizioXC76)
Associate Producer: Beth Hill, Fort Ticonderoga President
Special Thanks to: Cameron Green, Daniel Center, Zech Mcloughlin, Alec Franzoni, Beth Hill, Fort Ticonderoga, All the Visitors to the Fort
All rights are reserved by Patrick J. Mantle (aka PatrizioXC76). This film was made in partnership with Fort Ticonderoga: America's Fort. This is not for commercial use. This is a student-made project.
Patrick J. Mantle
Hofstra University, Graduate Student
Graduate School of Communications
MFA Program in Documentary Studies and Production
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