Desperate for a friend, a lonely little girl in the care of her ailing grandmother seeks to make a connection with the man robbing their house.
Directed by: Andrea Massaro
Written/Produced by: Dylan Young
Director of Photography: Matthew Sullivan
Editor: Dylan Hans
Produced in association with the Film & Media Studies Program at Johns Hopkins University and the Film & Video Department at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Narrative Productions/Filmmaking, Spring 2014.
Ink is one of three films that were the culmination of a joint Narrative Production Class with John Hopkins University and Maryland Institute College of Art students taught by Doug Sadler and Allen Moore.
An older couple in a post-war world struggle to survive and find supplies while constantly wary of other human survivors. The two ultimately rediscover the importance of human compassion, especially for strangers.
Written, directed, shot, and edited by Emily Needell
Student thesis film, the Johns Hopkins University
Faculty mentor, John Mann
Winner: Best Experimental at Ivy Film Festival
Official Selection of the Palm Beach International Film Festival
Produced by EMD Films
Produced by Emily Needell and Avidan Pell
Shot on location in Baltimore, MD
Super 16 mm film, Arriflex SR2 film camera