For RIT student filmmakers who are storytelling in the midst of a pandemic, grey has become the new black. While it’s impossible for any production to eliminate all risk in front of and behind the camera, they’ve had to constantly consider the additional time and safety procedures necessary to achieve the perfect shot.

It’s a slog to keep the camera rolling and people protected in a highly tactile and collaborative creative environment. Safety measures inevitably have resulted in additional shooting days—or nights—while directors and actors are increasingly isolated.

A major takeaway, however, for both faculty and students in RIT’s School of
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