Set Life | Production Intern Ken Lobacz

Taking a look at the time on set of The Other One through the eyes of the cast & crew!

What was your job on "The Other One?"

Production Intern - I assisted in helping out whenever the crew needed an extra set of hands, which was beneficial because in doing so you get a closer view of all of the aspects of the production.

 

 What was your favorite moment on set during production?

My favorite moment on any production is the quiet on set after "action" is called. Where all eyes are fixated on the actress and actor and the silence just consumes everyone on the crew.

What was your favorite moment off set?

Observing the HP editing station was pretty cool.

Working for 10 days straight and then two pickup days fairly soon after leads to much exhaustion.  How did you keep yourself fresh and focused during such an intense time?

Coffee helped.

Ken and Production Manager Pam Tierney showing off their organized and fully stocked craft table.

Ken and Production Manager Pam Tierney showing off their organized and fully stocked craft table.

Without being a spoiler on the story, what was the most surprising thing that happened to you?

Driving to set one morning I almost hit a turkey. That surprised me pretty good.

What was the biggest lesson you learned from this film that you will use on your next production experience?

To call a day or two in advance as a reminder to verify the contracts with locations where- ever filming.

Do you have a reel, website, or do you want to tell us a little bit more about yourself and how people can follow your career or reach out to you?

I’m working on a website now, but check my Facebook for links to some reels @kenlobacz