The Milk Man, Short Film Produced in Augusta

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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Actor Bobby Parker reacts as Augusta native Alex Taylor, left, and Zack Arrington, shatter sugar-glass bottles of fake milk over his head while shooting a scene for the short film “The Milk Man: A Return To My Roots,” in downtown Augusta on Wednesday, Dec.4, 2013. Taylor, a 2005 graduate of Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School, teamed up with DFA grad Paul Woods and fellow graduates of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts to shoot the short film about a lactose intolerant man.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Actor Bobby Parker reacts as Augusta native Alex Taylor shatters a sugar-glass bottle of fake milk over his head while shooting a scene for the short film “The Milk Man: A Return To My Roots,” in downtown Augusta on Wednesday, Dec.4, 2013. Taylor, a 2005 graduate of Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School, teamed up with DFA grad Paul Woods and fellow graduates of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts to shoot the short film about a lactose intolerant man.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Covered in fake milk, actor Bobby Parker sits in position as crew members set up a scene for "The Milk Man: A Return To My Roots," a four-minute short film about a man suffering from lactose intolerance, written, produced, and directed by Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School graduate, Alex Taylor.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Davidson Fine Art Magnet School graduates Paul Woods, far left, and Alex Taylor, second from right, set up a scene for a four-minute short film with cinematographer Greg LeFevre, second from left, and DFA junior Logan McElroy, right, in downtown Augusta on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013. With help from University of North Carolina graduates, the Augusta natives are creating a film titled “The Milk Man: A Return To My Roots,” about a man suffering from lactose intolerance, an idea formed by Taylor in high school. Taylor wrote, produced, directed, and will edit the short.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Writer, producer, and director Alex Taylor, left, and cinematographer Greg LeFevre laugh as they watch the playback from a scene for a four-minute short film entitled, "The Milk Man: A Return To My Roots", in downtown Augusta on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013. The movie is about a lactose intolerant man and stemmed from an idea Taylor had while a student at Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) First assistant cameraman Paul Woods, left, and cinematographer Greg LeFevre discuss an upcoming shot while filming “The Milk Man: A Return To My Roots,” a short film about a lactose intolerant man, in downtown Augusta on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013. Woods, a 2005 graduate of Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School, partnered with fellow DFA graduate Alex Taylor (not pictured) to create the four-minute film, described as "art for art’s sake."
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Actor Bobby Parker endures having a fake milk mixture poured over his head for a scene in a four-minute short film entitled "The Milk Man: A Return To My Roots", on the final day of shooting in downtown Augusta on Wednesday, December 4, 2013. The film focuses on a lactose intolerant man and was written, produced, and directed by Augusta native Alex Taylor, a 2005 Davidson Fine Arts graduate.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Matthew Cabinum, left, and Alex Taylor, center, look at a playback after shooting a scene for a four-minute short film entitled "The Milk Man: A Return To My Roots", in downtown Augusta on Wednesday, December 4, 2013. Taylor is a 2005 graduate of Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School and wrote, produced, and directed the project.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Actor Bobby Parker lies in a puddle of fake milk after filming a scene for a four-minute short film about a lactose intolerant man entitled "The Milk Man: A Return To My Roots", in downtown Augusta on Wednesday, December 4, 2013.
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Scenes from the short film "The Milk Man: A Return To My Roots," a four-minute short film written, produced, and directed by Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School graduate, Alex Taylor.
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Cinematogrpaher Greg LeFevre helps create a set for the short film "The Milk Man: A Return To My Roots," a four-minute short film written, produced, and directed by Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School graduate, Alex Taylor.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) A scene marker sits on a box as the crew brakes for lunch on the final day of filming, "The Milk Man: A Return To My Roots," a four-minute short film written, produced, and directed by Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School graduate, Alex Taylor.

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