Truth, A Destination
to http://www.infowars.com for the inspiration to make this film. It is a type of personal testimony and a product of my awakening 5 months ago. I knew I had to make the film when I saw the contest advertised. This was near the end of march so that left me with a month to complete it. This is my first film so please be easy with your comments I did not realize how difficult and time consuming it would be. Respect to film makers! Thank you for watching.
▶FILMED IN Fort Langley, BC, Canada.
▶THE NUTS & BOLTS
When I decided to make this, I had no video software or experience with any software. I got myself a MAC Mini with iMovie. I borrowed 2 camera’s. A nice Nikon SLR. It only records video for 10 minutes at a time so it was limited. The other is a 10 year old Sony. It is HD and I used this for the majority of the shots. I used a digital sound recorder for the sound but I had to scrap the audio because it was seemingly out of sync with the video in large portions. So I did the best I could with the audio from the camera. I bought the rights to use the music. For the ‘walking’ scene, I pulled a wagon in the front. Jordan sat on it while operating the camera. The ‘steps’ scene at the end was filmed over a 20 minute span with the camera on a tripod. I edited out all the non-activity leaving just the legs going up the steps.
▶THINGS TO NOTICE
Bible enthusiasts. I’ve represented some scripture in the beginning and end sequences.
Parable of the fig tree in Luke 21.
‘the hour has come for you to wake from sleep’ in Romans 13:11.
‘narrow the road’ in Matthew 7:14.
‘twinkling of an eye’ in 1 Corinthians 15:52.
‘as the days of Noah were’ in Matthew 24:37
▶THANKS GOES TO
My Wife and Children for allowing me to go AWOL for a month to make this.
My children Jordan (Narrator, Camera Operator), Meghan (Narrator, Actor) and Emma (Narrator, Actor).
My Niece Ava (Actor) and Nephew Easton (Actor).
Kim for lending me his camera.
Fionna for lending me her camera.
Friends who helped us move while I was preoccupied editing the film.