Made for the "480 Production Class" at the University of Southern California in 1955, DKA members made a short film about some newly-homeless film students who decide to live together and create an amazing house for cinema students. With comedic narration and montage, the members fix-up an old house into a great CineManor where DKA members can host screenings and social events.
Director: Flora Willett
Writer: Jim Sieger
Camera: Tom Boutross, Jack Stonnell
Editors: Hoyt Griffith, Jim Sieger, Jack Stonnell, Tom Boutross
Sound: Tingyi Aung
Going back into history, this was n educational excursion to the underground archive at USC which were founded and grown by the legendary Herb Farmer. Current archivist Dino Everett showed us around, taught us how to splice 16mm film the original way and gave us some insight in DKA history.
Delta Kappa Alpha is a national professional Co-Ed Cinema Fraternity, with 11 Chapters in the United States. More at dka.org .
Shot & Edited by Tobias Deml, January 2014.