We made this for a kids service in our poor community in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It's based on the parabel of the Unforgiving Servant, Matthew 18: 21-34.
All three kids did act for the first time on camera. We think they did a great job!
This short film as inspired in Martijin Doornembal job. He did a similar short in vimeo.com/5262106. Great job also.
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Shooting in Ex1.
With DOF letus. Nikon 20mm 2.8 / 85mm 1.8
FCP, Bullet Looks
Projeto de curta metragem sem fim lucrativo da ONG Projeto Vida Nova.
Filme foi feito por alunos de uma comunidade carente do Jardim Amália na periferia de São Paulo.
O roteiro é baseado numa parábola de Jesus descrita em Mateus 18: 21-34.
O tema central é o perdão. Na oração do Pai Nosso Jesus nos ensina a perdir para que Deus nos perdoe assim como nós perdoamos a quem nos tem ofendido.
Outro objetivo do projeto da Fundação Projeto Vida Nova é ensinar uma profissão para os alunos da Oficina de Cinema. Foram 3 meses de trabalho duro com as crianças e uma equipe de voluntários muito especiais que numa sinergia entregaram este curta metragem que voce assiste agora.
Visite o nosso site e saiba de mais detalhes sobre este projeto.
Prodigal is a modern telling of a timeless story. 2000 years ago Jesus gave an amazing story of a father and son and the amazing reconciliation that would bring them together again. This five minute short film is a modern adaptation of that story.
Our videos are created as sermon illustrations and can be purchased for use in small groups, churches, assemblies, etc. Downloads are available at catholicmediahouse.com.
Forgiveness is a short film I made for a kids service in my church. It's based on the parabel of the Unforgiving Servant, Matthew 18: 21-34.
All three kids did act for the first time on camera. I think they did a great job!
Een korte film voor een kinderdienst over vergeving.
Naar aanleiding van de gelijkenis van de onrechtvaardige dienaar; Mattheus 18: 21-34.
HD movie, DVDs and prints at http://www.jobthefilm.com
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Job lost everything: his wealth, his health, and his ten children. All swept away in one satanic storm. Reduced to a heap of flesh, ashes, and tears—rebuked by friends and jeered by strangers—righteous Job wrestled over the purpose and presence of God in the midst of unbearable pain.
Originally published by Desiring God in 2008 as a 128-page hardcover book, JŌB retold the biblical story through the beautiful, compassionate poetry of John Piper and the stunning illustrations of Chris Koelle.
Out of print shortly after its release, the story of JŌB is now being reintroduced through a new adaptation of moving artwork, music, and poetry: JŌB is an independently produced full-length (45 min.) motion graphics animated movie.
Through John Piper's own gripping narration of the poem, music by J. Aaron Greene, original illustrations by Chris Koelle, animation by Danny McNight, and line production by Will Parker, we are invited to revel in God's sovereign and surprisingly joyful purposes in allowing exquisite suffering in the lives of his saints. This story of human suffering and the sovereignty of God is artfully brought to new life as a deeply moving resource especially for those experiencing great suffering and loss.
So often the Bible seems centuries and light years away. I struggle to connect with the old metaphors and agricultural society.
The truth is that Scripture is written in an agrarian context, but I'm a total city girl. Harvest, pruning, and livestock are things I see in movies, and especially difficult to grasp when I can't even keep my living room plant alive.
I decided to do something about it.
I traveled to Oregon to spend time with a shepherdess to learn more about sheep and leadership, Southern Colorado to spend time with a beekeeper to explore the world of hives and honey, Nebraska to visit a farm and learn about harvesting, and California to learn about viticulture and fruitfulness.
Along the way, I asked how each person interpreted different passages of Scripture in light of their work. Their answers illuminated the Bible in a whole new light and resulted in the book, Scouting the Divine: My Search for God in Wine, Wool, and Wild Honey.
Margaret Feinberg is a popular Bible teacher and speaker at churches and leading conferences such as Catalyst, Thrive and Extraordinary Women. Her books and Bible studies have sold over 600,000 copies and received critical acclaim and extensive national media coverage from CNN, the Associated Press, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and more.
She was recently named one of 50 women most shaping culture and the church today by Christianity Today, one of the 30 Voices who will help lead the church in the next decade by Charisma magazine and one of the ’40 Under 40’ who will shape Christian publishing by Christian Retailing magazine. Margaret currently lives in Morrison, Colorado, with her husband, Leif and their superpup, Hershey.