The Global Lives Project is a US-based organisation, documenting stories from across the world and archiving them for educational purposes and inducing cultural empathy. They also exhibit these films at museums, conferences and educational curriculum, encouraging an exposure into the lives of common people and their cultures from across the world.
We produced a film as a part of their ‘Lives in Transit’ series and this challenging production entailed a real-time documentation of the life of a school bus driver, over the period of 24 hours. The brief was to follow him uninterrupted through the course of exactly 24-hours, documenting every aspect of his daily routine and providing an uncoloured glimpse of his life. This was our brush with ‘fly on the wall’ filmmaking and we quite enjoyed it!