Behind the Scenes
What’s it like to make a documentary in the middle of a major disaster? Find out in these interviews with the director and production team behind Inside Disaster, featuring exclusive footage from the film.
Cinematographer Tony Wannamaker talks about filming a world of pain in Haiti during the first days after the earthquake.
Location sound recordist Paul Adlaf describes crossing the Haitian border 36 hours after the earthquake.
Cinematographer/field director Stefan Randström describes how he handled the first few days of shooting after the crew’s arrival in Haiti.
Location sound recordist Simon Paine describes filming an overnight rescue operation at the Caribbean Market in Port-au-Prince.
Director and producer Nadine Pequeneza describes what her crew saw in Haiti’s camps in the month after the earthquake.
Cinematographer/field director Stefan Randström describes meeting Marcel and Romain, two brothers building a house in the Champ de Mars camp.
Location sound recordist Simon Paine describes meeting Louken, a young Haitian Red Cross volunteer thrust into a leadership role after the earthquake.
Director and producer Nadine Pequeneza describes the complexities of successful aid distribution in Haiti.
Cinematographer Tony Wannamaker describes a day in the life of the crew’s month-long documentary shoot in Haiti.
Location sound recordist Simon Paine was confronted with a life-and-death situation during the crew’s documentary shoot in Haiti.
Cinematographer/field director Stefan Randström describes filming Marcel and Romain’s quad bike tour of a “post-apocalyptic” Port-au-Prince.
Director/producer Nadine Pequeneza wants her upcoming documentary series on the Red Cross in Haiti to help viewers understand the complexities of humanitarian relief.