In May 2011, Jean-Christophe Dangleterre, Hadrien Delmotte, Léo Petit and Ulysse Tassin founded UBHU association in order to produce independently Six Degrés de Séparation, a film written, produced, directed, and edited during their first two years of cinema studies. The four members of the association work collaboratively under the pseudonym of Harold Miller, but each individual contributes to the collective work according to his specific skill : Jean-Christophe to production, Hadrien to music, Léo and Ulysse to cinematography. We relied on patronage to produce this shortfilm. With a tight budget of 2500 euros, the logistic for a two weeks shoot (including four days of set's preparation) was the main expending followed by the lighting hardwares. Loulou Hanssen (student at the "classe libre" of "Cours Florent", Paris), Nathan Heude (student at the theatre school "les Teintureries" in Lausanne, Switzerland) and Jimmy Lemos (actually in a play with Juliette Binoche in Melle Julie directed by Frédéric Fisbach) take part voluntarily to this short-film as well as Pierre Berthelot, Maxime Cordon (Sound team) and Didier Bégon (2nd Music composer).