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Photos by Subei Kyle, (Kenyon College) Student Correspondent CET Film Production in Prague, Spring 2016
A view from the State Castle tower on a CET over-night excursion to the town of Cesky Krumlov. The castle was built in the 1200’s, and became a national monument in 1989.
The walk to FAMU, from the Karlovy Lázne tram stop.
One CET student studies Czech food and restaurant vocabulary before the final Czech test.
CET students admire the Easter dinner made by their housemates in Veverkova 25, one of the apartment buildings inhabited by CET students.
Two friends and me exploring the countryside of Planice, a small town in the southwest of the Czech Republic, with our Czech buddy.
Two CET students learn how to use the spot meter and camera in conjunction with one another, while shooting at Barrandov Studios.
One CET student uses the spot meter during CET’s lighting seminar at Barrandov Studios.
Three CET film students rehearse and film a scene during CET’s 2-3 day lighting seminar at Barrandov Studios in Prague. Barrandov Studios is the largest studio complex in the Czech Republic.
Three CET film students in the Leopold Museum in Vienna, looking up metro times with the lobby’s free WiFi.
A view of downtown Prague from Letna Park, one of the two large parks near Veverkova 25. In the distance is the Charles Bridge, which opened in 1402 and connects Prague’s New & Old Towns.
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