Motion Picture Arts student documents Comparative Arts trip

  • Nathan Ginter documents the Comparative Arts collaboration with Oscar and Grammy award winning songwriter Luis Resto at his Detroit studio. Credit: Matthew Arnold (www.eyeda.com)

  • Nathan Ginter documents the Comparative Arts collaboration with Oscar and Grammy award winning songwriter Luis Resto at his Detroit studio. Credit: Matthew Arnold (www.eyeda.com)

November 16, 2017

Senior Motion Picture Arts student Nathan Ginter and Filmmaker-In-Residence Matthew Arnold accompanied the Comparative Arts division on their recent trip to Detroit, Michigan.

During the trip, Ginter and Arnold captured behind-the-scenes footage of the Comparative Arts students, who had traveled to Detroit to present readings of their original play, Kenzoku, in the city’s historic Eastern Market.

Ginter also had the opportunity to conduct an on-camera interview with Luis Resto, an Interlochen Arts Camp alumnus who has been working with the Comparative Arts students to develop the music for Kenzoku. Resto, an Oscar-winning musician, had hosted the two readings at his loft.

Ginter will edit his footage into a short documentary film later this year.

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