• December 21, 2006
  • Posted by Marc

Jason Scott Jones’ Shot Film on Wooster on Spring

One of the decisions we made as a group when we began working on the Wooster on Spring project was that rather than hire our own documentary crew and limit access to the “the story”, we would open it up to as many young filmmakers and photographers as we could accommodate. We wanted many people to create their own interpretations of documents of the project. 

One of the young filmmakers that we gave access to the building before the show opened was Jason Scott Jones who stayed with us for the last five days or so. The emotion that Jason shows at the beginning of the film touched us a lot as it’s exactly how we all felt in the final days. Jason was a good guy and has a very good heart.

This afternoon he posted a rough cut of his video on Youtube. You can check it out here…