John MacDuffie Woodburn



The "Living with the Swine Flu" is an educational film that tells people not to go into mass hysteria about the Flu. The news in the U.S. tries to put fear and instill hysteria into the masses. The goal of this film for the 2009 Charrette at UArts was to create an educational film about the flu and not to freak out about the flu.


This film was made during a 48 hour Charrette about swine flu in design. It was conceived, story boarded, scripted, cast, and shot in a period of 24 hours. The editing took place during the following 24 hours.


"Living with the Swine Flu" in collaboration with Michael Barakat, Kyle Stetz, and Nate Dixon