The Beginning Of A Fantastic Journey To Cuba
Riding On A Bus To Toronto Takes A Long Time.We took a really long trip to Toronto on January 3rd, stopping only a few times for a snack and bathroom breaks. The drive was long, and for the most part very quiet, as most people were sleeping. A few found listening to their favorite songs soothing, while others played games on their phones and iPods. There was no movie on the TV screens, although that probably would have been a cool idea to think of, and other than the Customs officer boarding the bus to ask a few questions at the Canada border, nothing really exciting or out of the ordinary happened on the way to Toronto. our Journey to Cuba had begun. We arrived a few hours early for our flight, which is a positive thing. We began by hauling lots of bags from the bus, and into the airport. I wasn’t able to film too much here, because I also had a heavy bag to carry, along with my camera bags and my real luggage (I call my clothes, toothbrush, and other various every day things my “real luggage”). As far as shooting a documentary goes, airport footage is useful in a lot of situations, but not necessarily a requirement. Still, I managed to get quite a lot of the guys walking around, and sitting around talking. It’s likely uninteresting to look at when you think about the raw images on the screen, but assembled in an artistic manner that carries the story into the next section… well, that’s another thing. It’ll be useful, although only very short bits of it will likely be used.