It is hard to believe that I have finished my last full week as an intern. The week was a busy one, encompassing a range of tasks/activities. The sign painting I was working on for the food festival took a couple of days. Though this job did not allow for an over abundance of creativity, I spent a lot of time working on making the boards look polished and professional. The workers for the building were very helpful (especially Freddy, who bought and brought to me the paints and brushes I needed). Back in the Corra office, I was busy helping with research for upcoming projects, and Jeremy Meddof was kind enough to come in on Thursday to help guide me through the basics of the camera and mic I was to use to interview my grandmother. I ended up filming her on Friday, and am now mixing the audio and video. She was wonderfully open about her life, and I got some good footage. Having spent that time with my grandmother listening to her stories, I realized what a gift Corra Films gave to me by suggesting that I undertake this project from the start. Everyone in the office has been really happy for me, and they have encouraged me to share the film with them when I am finished. Check in later for my final post, dedicated specifically to the people at Corra Films and what they have taught me.