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“Dwayne’s Last Photo”
Parsons, Kansas, became the last place on earth to process Kodachrome.
of Dwayne’s Photo in Parsons, Kansas. In this short film, we discover
how his family-run lab in the middle of the American heartland came to
develop the last treasured rolls of Kodachrome – one of the most popular
and beloved color films ever made.
Dwayne’s story is part of the 94 ELEMENTS project, a global cross-media
storytelling project about the 94 naturally occurring elements in the
periodic table. Dwayne gives us a human story behind the element of
Producer / Director – Sarah George made her directorial debut with
CATCHING OUT – a documentary about trainhopping and living free. After
premiering at the Seattle International Film Festival in 2002, the
feature-length documentary has entertained audiences at over 50
theatrical venues including a week run at Film Forum in New York City.
CATCHING OUT aired on the Sundance Channel and Microcinema International
released the DVD in June 2008.
Director of Photography – Siniša Kukić is a cinematographer and
experimental filmmaker. His film Pump, screened on KQED’s Truly CA
series and is rated the sixth greatest super 8 film of all time by
Editor – Cheree Dillon is a New York City-based, documentary film and
television editor. Her recent documentary work includes the features
Surviving Amina and Off and Running.
About the Production:
was struck by the idea to tell the story of Silver through the medium of
film. I love Dwayne’s story and I’m thrilled to have one last chance to
shoot on film and embrace it’s analog awesomeness.” — Sarah George
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