Synopsis: Conrad is attempting to commit his first crime. Standing outside the town bank, he awaits his first victims, but he unexpectedly finds himself at the mercy of firm supporters of the Second Amendment. But wait... Conrad doesn't believe in guns?
An intense, comedic retelling of the analogy by Gary DeMar, communicating the complete self-authenticity of the word of God.
Winner of the Best Young Filmmaker Runner-Up Award at the 2011 San Antonio Christian Film Festival.
Behind The Scenes Trivia:
Cast and Crew pronounce the abbreviation (IDBIG) as "id-big."
Concept began as a skit for church talent night.
9 month project from start to finish.
First short film for all the actors and most of the crew.
Shot on 3 Saturdays.
Rained out twice.
Only natural lighting.
Crane shots achieved with a jib made of wood scraps, metal saved from a dumpster, and a garden-seeds display rack.
After one minor accident, a wooden replica was created of the knife for the fight scenes.
1 month post production.
ADR was delayed due to flooding.
Budget was less than $800.
Writer/Director/Producer: Shad Eash
Director of Photography: Josiah Einwechter
Co-Produced by: Scott Eash
Starring: Conrad Martin, Hannah Mills, Shad Eash, Luke Mills
Music by: Gabriel Hudelson
Edited by: Shad Eash
Color Grading: Josiah Einwechter
Sound Design and Engineering: Caleb Angelino
Filmed with a Canon 7D and 5D Mark II
© 2011 Shad Eash, ShadEash.com. All Rights Reserved.
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