Used by permission. A Joel Osteen Ministries production.
Directed, shot and edited by Dan Rubottom.
Service open featured at Lakewood Church and live Joel Osteen Night of Hope events across America.
This was a very unique project for us as it was all shot with a special high speed camera called the Phantom Flex. Many shots are up to 2560 fps. The result is footage that, when played back at normal (24fps) speed, shows us motion that we normally don't see (aka God Vision).
What better way to celebrate how God sees us when we become "New Creatures" in Jesus Christ! 2 Cor 5 17
Thank you to EVERYONE involved, the crew that worked tirelessly for days and nights - and CAST that donated their time so generously.
ONE DAY ON EARTH creates a picture of humanity by recording a 24-hour period throughout every country in the world. We explore a greater diversity of perspectives than ever seen before on screen. We follow characters and events that evolve throughout the day, interspersed with expansive global montages that explore the progression of life from birth, to death, to birth again. In the end, despite unprecedented challenges and tragedies throughout the world, we are reminded that every day we are alive there is hope and a choice to see a better future together.
Founded in 2008, ONE DAY ON EARTH set out to explore our planet’s identity and challenges in an attempt to answer the question: Who are we?
Please help us tell this story: 101010donate.org
Many thanks to the contributors of One Day on Earth, Vimeo, Ning, United Nations, and the 60+ non-profits for making this happen.
Director: Kyle Ruddick
Producer: Brandon Litman
Co-producer: Daniel Lichtblau
Production Supervisor: Gina Nemirofsky
Editors: Michael Martinez & Javier Alvarez
Trailer Editor: Michael Martinez
Images and Stories in this trailer by:
Ada & Kris Chmielewski
Black Pencil Project
Chi Kong Lui
Clifford W Klima
Hae Jung Hofman
James Travis III
Marcel van der Steen
Ombajo Misava Edward
Renee van der Sluis
Richard Liston VIII
Tej Gyan Foundation
United Nations Development Programme
Manila is one of the most overpopulated places on Earth.
There are over 2000 families living above the dead in the Navotas Cemetery. Babies are born and the dead are buried in the same place.
Life goes on.
Shot and edited by Stefan Werc
Music by Nate Connelly
This footage was originally shot for the Bagong Silang documentary directed by Zena Merton and produced by Giselle Santos.
This is not a promo for the documentary.
Above and Below has been edited for a showreel purpose only.