BLACK

A short film set in the Vietnam war era created by students of Savannah College of Art and Design as a part of their thesis. The film captures an unlikely friendship between an American soldier captured in a tunnel prison in Vietnam and the young man guarding his cell.

As a part of the art department, this project was challenging yet fun due to the setups required for the narrative. We built a set for the Viet-Cong tunnel prison cell and transformed a modern-day house into a soldier's house from the 60's. As a Set Decorator for this project, I had fun researching, sourcing the set dressings and props as well as dressing and ageing the sets.

This film won best Production Design award at the Indie Short Film fest at the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival.

Position:

SET DECORATOR

Production Designer:

JACKSON POON

Producer:

NICOLE ADAMS

AREN O'KELSO

ANDREZ GONZALEZ

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Tunnel prison in Vietnam - 60's
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Tunnel prison in Vietnam - 60's
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Details in tunnel
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Prison cell in Tunnel
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Tunnel prison in Vietnam - 60's
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Tunnel prison in Vietnam - 60's
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Tunnel prison in Vietnam - 60's
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BTS - Tunnel
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House interiors in the 60's
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House interiors in the 60's
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House interiors in the 60's
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House interiors in the 60's
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House interiors in the 60's
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House interiors in the 60's
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Construction of the tunnel - BTS
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scenic designer

Manali Gavankar