On a late winter’s day three film crews are busy at Lisbon Regional School.
Inside one crew is editing film on a computer, quickly and cleverly trimming and rearranging sequences.
Another is working on a soundtrack, drawing fingers across a guitar’s strings.
And outside the third crew is filming, working out camera angles and a script.
“Okay, I’m going to explain your parts to you,” says Sydney Lambert, a seventh grader. “You are basically a person who doesn’t really care that you are littering.”