Christian Filmmakers 36-Hour Contest - April 10-11, 2009

Our goals for this contest are to (1) have fun, (2) get to know who can make a good web video and (3) showcase what Christian filmmakers are doing today.

Entries are scored in five categories:

  • Story (10 points)
  • Cinematography (5 points)
  • Sound (5 points)
  • Performance (5 points)
  • Editing (5 points)

Each video needs to include three of seven possible security elements:

  1. Sunrise
  2. $100 bill
  3. Binoculars (or spyglass)
  4. Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
  5. Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
  6. Line: “You’re holding it in your hand.”
  7. Line: “I forgive you.”

Judges

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Top Ten

1 - Leave Me

Total
Score:

28
Story
Score:

9
Cinematography
Score:

4.5
Sound
Score:

5
Performance
Score:

4.5
Editing
Score:

5

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 3: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Summary:

A recent widower deals with his grief through his wife\‘s broken camera.

Credits:

Daros Films; Crew: Director: Dustin Ballard; Written by: Dustin Ballard & Ryan Dunlap; Producer: Ryan Dunlap; Camera Op: Joseph Hutson; Editor: Joseph Hutson & Ryan Dunlap; AD: Marisa Draeger; DP: Marisa Draeger; Composer: Lydia Ashton; Post Sound: Nathan Ashton; Sound Mixer: Bill Aycock; Key Grip: Justin Kruse; Best Boy: Aaron Kruse; Grip: Lisa Fink; Grip: Christopher Akers; Grip: Austin Penick; Grip: Greg Thorne; Wardrobe: Heather Fick; Makeup: Cory Akers; Cast: Jack: Ryan Dunlap; Dad: Mark Gullickson; Amy: Sarah Van Eman; Alan: Christopher Akers; Older Brother-in-law: Justin Kruse; Younger Brother-in-law: Aaron Kruse


2 - The Good Guy

Total
Score:

25.5
Story
Score:

8
Cinematography
Score:

4.5
Sound
Score:

5
Performance
Score:

4
Editing
Score:

4

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: $100 bill
Security Element 3: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Summary:

A three minute, musical version of the classic parable… The Good Samaritan.

Credits:

Starring… Lucas Keahey, Mike Johnson, Zach Engelhart, Devin Winkler, Abbie Johnson, Jordan Engelhart, Shawna Tunby. Written, Directed, Produced, Scored and Performed, Shot and Edited By Ruf Cut Films


3 - A Dim Light

Total
Score:

24.5
Story
Score:

7
Cinematography
Score:

4.5
Sound
Score:

5
Performance
Score:

4
Editing
Score:

4

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

In a future where beliefs are outlawed and free thinking condemned, Joseph Baros has chosen to take a stand. But at what cost? Warning: Those with young children should be advised this film contains some violent content that may not be suitable for those under the age of 10.

Credits:

Director/Co-Writer: Brandon Rice; Associate Producer/Co-Writer: Daniel Noa; Director of Photography: Geoff Reisner; Makeup Effects: Camille LaBry; Music by: Gustav Hoyer


4 - Form F-45

Total
Score:

24.5
Story
Score:

6.5
Cinematography
Score:

5
Sound
Score:

5
Performance
Score:

4
Editing
Score:

4

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: $100 bill
Security Element 3: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Summary:

Trent tries to untangle trouble with the coffee maker.

Credits:

Caleb Vetter, Jeshua Carlisle, Jonathan Spratt, Anna Maher, Josh Gentzler, Eric Vetter, Forrest Hunt, Joseph Terrell, Cory Vetter


5 - Pet-ty Cash

Total
Score:

22.5
Story
Score:

7.5
Cinematography
Score:

4
Sound
Score:

3
Performance
Score:

4
Editing
Score:

4

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A silent film, inspired by Charlie Chaplin, about a girl who is trying to earn money to by herself a dog.

Credits:

Riley Parish, Wesley Parish, Janelle Parish


6 - Archimedes

Total
Score:

22
Story
Score:

6
Cinematography
Score:

4.5
Sound
Score:

4
Performance
Score:

3
Editing
Score:

4.5

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A short trailer made in twelve hours using a mix of stop-motion and CGI for a timed contest. Music composed by James Olszewski. Be sure to check out some of his music at http://www.reverbnation.com/jamesolsz ..

Credits:

Jordan Harris - Director, Animator; James Olszewski - Composer


7 - Hero

Total
Score:

21.5
Story
Score:

7
Cinematography
Score:

3.5
Sound
Score:

4
Performance
Score:

3
Editing
Score:

4

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A downcast boy rises above adversity following the example of his hero.

Credits:

Paul & Sheilah Munger - Writers & producers; Chuck Fultz - Storyboard, titles and credits; Ryan Bruce - Director


8 - To Love

Total
Score:

20.5
Story
Score:

7
Cinematography
Score:

4.5
Sound
Score:

3
Performance
Score:

3
Editing
Score:

3

Security Element 1: Line: "I forgive you."
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A dramatic story told by a grandfather to his grandson about God\‘s love. Recalling from memory his experiences during the horrors of WWII, this heart-wrenching tale will bring tears to your eyes.

Credits:

Sam Pak Productions: Sam Pak, Amy Pak, Foof Records: Sullivan Slentz, Ian Slentz, Jaron Pak, Eduardo Pak, John Vogt, Philip McGarvey, Hayley Pak, Jonah Pak


9 - The Man

Total
Score:

20
Story
Score:

5.5
Cinematography
Score:

4.5
Sound
Score:

4
Performance
Score:

3
Editing
Score:

3

Security Element 1: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A man\‘s search for the one who destroyed his life.

Credits:

Starring Rainier Butler. A film by Daniel Bittner, Brian Lohr, Gary Voelker,  Josiah Savage and Sam Young. With assistance by Andrew Hogson, Jeff Spohn, Jenni Guyer, Kaitlin Lohr, and Rachel Rowland.


10 - Integrity

Total
Score:

19.5
Story
Score:

6
Cinematography
Score:

4
Sound
Score:

3
Performance
Score:

3
Editing
Score:

3.5

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: $100 bill
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

‘Integrity’ is a short film, which shows the conscience at work, without words or dialogue. The only way the theme is carried is through the visuals and music. The film has a moral to it although is kept light-hearted and entertaining by including an action-packed chase scene with various complications and difficulties along the way. Overall, it shows that contentment and peace is gained by doing the right thing.

Credits:

Directed and Edited by Brad Griffiths; Cast - Lindsay Knight, Matthew Vaughan; Music - Kevin MacLeod and Pro Scores; Special Thanks - Griffiths Family


Unranked Entries in Order of Submission

Clueless

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

After forming a friendship with young Christian man from a persecuted country, an American Pastor has to come to grips with a stark reality. A true story.

Credits:

Solo Project - Pastor Rene De La Cruz; Music by - Karnataka Klassics


Locked Out

Security Element 1: $100 bill
Security Element 2: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A blue figure tries to reach a dropped one-hundred dollar bill but cannot get though a gate. He makes many attempts but all appear fruitless.

Credits:

Joshua Diaddigo; Caleb Diaddigo; Soundtrack- One O\‘Clock Jump: Benny Goodman


It’s Worth a Shot!

Security Element 1: $100 bill
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

My video opens with my three children being brought to an office building. Upon arrival, they take off, and are being chased by myself. At the end of the movie you discover why they were on the run!

Credits:

Me and my children put together this video.


The Unwilling Craftsman

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 3: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Summary:

It\‘s time to mow the lawn. Can we get the mower to start?

Credits:

Director - Benjamin Dawson; Producer - Bethany Dawson; Music - Benjamin Dawson


Archimedes

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A short trailer made in twelve hours using a mix of stop-motion and CGI for a timed contest. Music composed by James Olszewski. Be sure to check out some of his music at http://www.reverbnation.com/jamesolsz ..

Credits:

Jordan Harris - Director, Animator; James Olszewski - Composer


Alien Explorers

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

a stop motion movie about weird aliens in space.

Credits:

Steven HAuse; Paul HAuse


A True Friend

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 3: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Summary:

A young boy is really wanting a friend. He finds an abandoned dog and is so happy to have finally found a true friend.

Credits:

Jessica Warren, Coley Warren, Makayla Warren


No Excuses

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: $100 bill
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

after using some bad languish a man relishes he needs a closer walk with god,and sets out on this trail.

Credits:

Micheal Lawhon, Jeff Snipes, Matt McAbee, James Washburn,Alvin Smith, And Clint Smith


Pet-ty Cash

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A silent film, inspired by Charlie Chaplin, about a girl who is trying to earn money to by herself a dog.

Credits:

Riley Parish, Wesley Parish, Janelle Parish


Proverbial Skit

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

Two gentlemen trying to make the perfect skit for this contest.

Credits:

Concept and Co-Directed by: Billy Chadwick and Bill Jackson; Starring: Billy Chadwick, Bill Jackson, and Artie as Pepperjack; Edited by: Billy Chadwick; A Finality Production


The Box

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 3: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Summary:

People trying to transport a box….. only to have their hopes smashed in the end.

Credits:

Eric Einarsen; Zach Vaughan; Corey Cheney; Nathaniel Einarsen; Story idea: Robert Cochran; Directed & Produced by Corey Cheney & Zach Vaughan


What Should My Title Be?

Security Element 1: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: $100 bill
Summary:

A man walks up to a table and opens his laptop…

Credits:

Edited by Jordan Greene (With GreeneLight Consulting -GreeneLightSite.com- user: profg11 ) story by Jordan, Bill and Nancy Greene. Filmed By Jordan Greene


The Good Guy

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: $100 bill
Security Element 3: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Summary:

A three minute, musical version of the classic parable… The Good Samaritan.

Credits:

Starring… Lucas Keahey, Mike Johnson, Zach Engelhart, Devin Winkler, Abbie Johnson, Jordan Engelhart, Shawna Tunby. Written, Directed, Produced, Scored and Performed, Shot and Edited By Ruf Cut Films


The 4 Directors - One Movie

Security Element 1: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Sunrise
Summary:

4 Directors develop a short movie idea. The final is a one minute short with 6 out of the 7 security elements embedded into the action. A Brilliant high concept thriller shot in two hours.

Credits:

T Roberts-Just showed up…; R Lentz- He owns a very nice Dolly; P Rozeboom- He was really tired; D Hansen- Editor, Writer, Post


Mysterious Ways

Security Element 1: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 2: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

In this film about how God works in mysterious ways, a man feels that God has abandoned him.  However, God is actually working for him most mysteriously!

Credits:

Caleb and Nathan Smith- Directors; Caleb Smith- Editor; Nathan Smith- Lead actor; Caleb Smith- Supporting actor; Anna Smith- Mysterious guardian angel


The Masquerade

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 3: $100 bill
Summary:

After Living on earth for 15 years, Alema, who is originally from the planet Sozarb, is warned that the Empress Nerrol was coming to collect the information she had sent Alema to receive those many years ago. Will Alema give the Empress the information necessary to take over earth? Or will she risk not only her life, but the lives of her family, to protect the planet she has grown to love?

Credits:

Pamela Holliday / Marbles - Alema; Lorren Holliday / Scarlett - Empress Nerrol; Brooke Holliday - Daughter #1; Jordan Holliday - Son; Mooey Holliday - Daughton #2; Rocky Holliday / Happy - Messenger


The Camera Crew

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: $100 bill
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

A parody of a reality TV show following a video team.

Credits:

John Ramirez, Elden Lashley, Spencer Sullivan, Zach Dzwonkiewicz


Man vs Mouse

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: $100 bill
Security Element 3: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Summary:

Follow a man who is faced with the dilemma of ridding his house of a mouse without upsetting his daughter.

Credits:

Rebecca Cahill, Andrew Cahill, Tim Cahill, Bethany Cahill, Caleb Vetter


The Unhelpful Friend

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: Line: "I forgive you."
Security Element 3: $100 bill
Summary:

Nick loses his friend\‘s $100 bill and tries to make up for it. In the process, he turns out to be very unhelpful.

Credits:

Boy Actor: Nick; Girl Actress: Abby; Shoe Polisher: Lillian; Director, Producer, Editor & Videographer: Micah


Joseph’s Walk of Revelation

Security Element 1: Line: "I forgive you."
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

Joseph is walking his dog through the neighborhood but notices something different. A modern day version of a Bible story is happening at every house! For instance: Jane and Mable (Cain and Abel), Zach (Zacchaeus), David and Goliath, Sampson and Delilah, and Joseph.

Credits:

Greg Sheets, Aaron Ross, and Luke Sheets.


Brotherhood

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 3: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Summary:

One brother decides to share a small amount of money with his younger brother so he can purchase some binoculars. Illustrates brotherly care.

Credits:

Kaleb George - script writer, director, cinematographer, editor; Kent George - actor as John; Kyle George - actor as Jack; Kaleb George - actor as Josh


Robbery at Noon

Security Element 1: $100 bill
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

It’s a normal day until a robbery takes place!

Credits:

Joshua Warren, Coley Warren, Makayla Warren, Megan McKeel, Macie McKeel, Madeline McKeel


Paperweight

Security Element 1: $100 bill
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Summary:

After several failed attempts, the Hit man gets his final chance.

Credits:

Ryan Anstett: actor, director editor, Gaffer, Lighting technician; Nick Madsen: Actor, Gaffer, Acting coach; Adam Writz: Actor, Gaffer; Rick Madsen: Actor, Gaffer; Ben Thruman: Actor; Amie Anstett: Actor, Make Up, hair. Gaffer; Tim Brennecke: Actor; Mrs. Thruman: Transportation


Leporiphobia

Security Element 1: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 2: $100 bill
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

A 30 something struggles to overcome his severe phobia.

Credits:

Tara Leslie, Natalia Leslie, Maddie Leslie, Harrison Leslie, Aja Shoup, Cary Leslie


BF Break-Up

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 3: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Summary:

A Cryptozoologist believes he is on the trail of Bigfoot only to find out it is his friend.

Credits:

Ben Kinsinger, Greg Butler, Gabe Weller, Jordan Lehman


Form F-45

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: $100 bill
Security Element 3: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Summary:

Trent tries to untangle trouble with the coffee maker.

Credits:

Caleb Vetter, Jeshua Carlisle, Jonathan Spratt, Anna Maher, Josh Gentzler, Eric Vetter, Forrest Hunt, Joseph Terrell, Cory Vetter


Making Men out of Boys

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

A humorous look at the decline in masculinity in society and turning boys into men.

Credits:

Sarah Friedrich, Samuel Friedrich, Anna Friedrich


Conscience

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 3: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Summary:

Nick is a young boy in the midst of struggles. He’s struggling with secrets, small seeds in his life that he decides to keep hidden in his ‘box’.  Instead of dealing with his ‘issues’ he buries them.  And not until he’s a full grown man does he have the strength to break free.

Credits:

Produced/created/edited by Jamice Ivie.  Creative (last minute writing) Eunice Ivie.  Actors are Jacob Ivie, Eunice Ivie, Gary Ivie.


Oh, Snap!

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: Sunrise
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

Oh, Snap! Jeff awakes in Stan\‘s psychotic little world, and it seems that he can do nothing about it. Filmed with DVX-100A, edited with Adobe Premiere Elements 4. Distributed by Patrick Henry College\‘s Streaming Media Network (http://www.phcstreamingmedia.net).

Credits:

Writer/Director: Peter Edward Forbes; Editor: Joel Grewe; Jeff: Paul Morin; Stan: Scott York; Sherri: Abigail Cossette; Crew: Jeremiah Lorrig; Catering: Christie Grewe, Nick Ryan


The Shadows

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Line: "I forgive you."
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A Young man on the verge of a decision for Christ is encouraged to Accept Christ after a series of Shadows show him his time may be running out.

Credits:

Thanks to Micah Cole, Pastor Robert Duegan, Katherine Kiemle, Scott Kiemle and the rest of my family.


Down to a Science

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

Josh, a troubled college student, finds out someone close to him has cancer. His friends all seem to have ignoring him down to a science.

Credits:

Nate Schmidt, Josh Throop, Ethan Loomis


The Messy Room

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 3: Sunrise
Summary:

Two boys are told to clean their messy room or they can go outside and play.

Credits:

Boy 1 - Kadin Cockrell, Boy 2 - Ethan cockrell, Parent Voice - Virginia cockrell, Writer/Producer - Christopher Cockrell


Integrity

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: $100 bill
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

‘Integrity’ is a short film, which shows the conscience at work, without words or dialogue. The only way the theme is carried is through the visuals and music. The film has a moral to it although is kept light-hearted and entertaining by including an action-packed chase scene with various complications and difficulties along the way. Overall, it shows that contentment and peace is gained by doing the right thing.

Credits:

Directed and Edited by Brad Griffiths; Cast - Lindsay Knight, Matthew Vaughan; Music - Kevin MacLeod and Pro Scores; Special Thanks - Griffiths Family


Gratitude’s Revenge

Security Element 1: $100 bill
Security Element 2: Sunrise
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

It hurts when a gift is not appreciated. When Emily experiences this pain, she becomes bitter only to discover that she is the one in real need of an attitude of gratitude.

Credits:

Directed and Produced by Joel Jost; Written by Jesse Jost; Original Score by Roger Hunt; Director of Photography by Joel Jost; Actors: Josiah Jost, Emily Jost, Jeremiah Jost, Amy-Joy Jost, Hannah-Grace Jost


Neighbors

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: $100 bill
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

A modern remake of the Good Samaritan, with a message to step up for the church.

Credits:

Jeremy, Sam and Ruthanna Lynch, Daniel and Ryan Taylor. Rachel, Rebecca and John Stolberg, Peter, Luke and Craig Schilder, Joey and Nikki Christofiles, Jeremy and Josiah Johnson, Aaron and Josh Steigelmann, Kara Sitton, Billy Stob, Hannah Haas, Kelvan Teamer, Dody Lynch, Renee Stolberg.


Hobo

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Sunrise
Security Element 3: $100 bill
Summary:

A content hobo finds his life much different after stumbling across unsolicited wealth.

Credits:

Hobo-Zack Helton; Direction/Editing/Producing-Derek Bommel; Co direction/producing-Joseph Long; Music-


Be Sure Your Sin Will Find You Out

Security Element 1: $100 bill
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

This is about a father who teaches his little boy, who thinks he can be sneaky and not get caught stealing, that your sin will find you out.

Credits:

Joshua Alger, Rebekah Alger, Steve Alger, Tammy Alger, James Alger, Paul Alger


False Witness

Security Element 1: $100 bill
Security Element 2: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 3: Sunrise
Summary:

A young man must decide between obeying God\‘s law and his own personal interest.

Credits:

Grace Pennington - writing, cinematography, editing, directing, score; Jacob Pennington - writing, sound and visual effects, acting; James Pennington - script consultant


The Boy With $100

Security Element 1: $100 bill
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Summary:

A little boy sets out on a mission to tell others about a lesson his parents taught him about the value of 100 dollar bill.

Credits:

Samuel D. Ramsey, Jordan Bellamy, Matthew L. Ramsey, Grace Ramsey, James W. Ramsey, Johanna Ramsey, Emma Ramsey, Sarah Anne Ramsey


The Package I Didn’t Order

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

A boy is delivered a package addressed to him that he didn\‘t order. Upon opening it and following the instructions inside, it changed his life forever.

Credits:

Todd Van Devender, Nathan Van Devender


Falling out of Control

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

Two completely different people meet, and discover the power of providence.

Credits:

Written by: Lauren Bahr and Micah McFarland; Directed by: Micah McFarland; Edited by: Lauren Bahr and Nathan McFarland; Stephen: Stephen Khul; Lauren: Lauren Bahr; Dog: Othello


For Whom the Tequila Sunrise Tolls

Security Element 1: $100 bill
Security Element 2: Sunrise
Security Element 3: Sunrise
Summary:

Living Life Fully and Fearlessly Has a Price as Death Always Lurks Just Around the Corner. \“The Knockout Punch Always Comes When You Least Expect It.\” -Aimee Mann

Credits:

Arvid & Nancy Cristina, Club Cabana Krewe, Aurora Plastics Company (http://www.myspace.com/auroraplastics), Corsair Media Productions, LLC (http://www.corsairmediaproductions.com)


$100 Wrapper

Security Element 1: $100 bill
Security Element 2: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

3 children lose a $100 bill in the creek!

Credits:

Dallas Lammiman, Greg Lammiman, TT, Bebo, TT & Bebo\‘s little sister


Little Things

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: $100 bill
Summary:

A desperate man plans to rob a convenience store, but a small act may change his future.

Credits:

Production: David Cook, Jarrad Giles, Jaedon Melcher, Hayden Hendren; Cast: Allin Foulkrod, Jim Hendren, Jad Walters, Erin Walters, Anna Giles, Kyle Jaeger, Anna Foulkrod, Brent Butler, Kelly Butler, Jason Tovey


The Birthday Cake

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: $100 bill
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

The video opens with a boy sneaking a taste of birthday cake. He continues to eat the cake throughout the video until he gets caught. Don\‘t worry…it has a happy ending!

Credits:

Keri & KIDS!


Leave Me

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 3: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Summary:

A recent widower deals with his grief through his wife\‘s broken camera.

Credits:

Daros Films; Crew: Director: Dustin Ballard; Written by: Dustin Ballard & Ryan Dunlap; Producer: Ryan Dunlap; Camera Op: Joseph Hutson; Editor: Joseph Hutson & Ryan Dunlap; AD: Marisa Draeger; DP: Marisa Draeger; Composer: Lydia Ashton; Post Sound: Nathan Ashton; Sound Mixer: Bill Aycock; Key Grip: Justin Kruse; Best Boy: Aaron Kruse; Grip: Lisa Fink; Grip: Christopher Akers; Grip: Austin Penick; Grip: Greg Thorne; Wardrobe: Heather Fick; Makeup: Cory Akers; Cast: Jack: Ryan Dunlap; Dad: Mark Gullickson; Amy: Sarah Van Eman; Alan: Christopher Akers; Older Brother-in-law: Justin Kruse; Younger Brother-in-law: Aaron Kruse


To Love

Security Element 1: Line: "I forgive you."
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A dramatic story told by a grandfather to his grandson about God\‘s love. Recalling from memory his experiences during the horrors of WWII, this heart-wrenching tale will bring tears to your eyes.

Credits:

Sam Pak Productions: Sam Pak, Amy Pak, Foof Records: Sullivan Slentz, Ian Slentz, Jaron Pak, Eduardo Pak, John Vogt, Philip McGarvey, Hayley Pak, Jonah Pak


The List

Security Element 1: $100 bill
Security Element 2: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 3: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Summary:

Two boys set out on a mysterious mission.  Will they be able to keep it anonymous? Will they get it done on time?  What are they up to anyway?

Credits:

J. Andrew Wong, Benjamin Wong, Noah Wong, Lisa Wong and Kate Gamel


What Is Your Favorite?

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

A young girl is reunited with her older brother.

Credits:

Jordan Bellamy, Sarah Anne Ramsey, Johanna Ramsey, Sam Ramsey, Griffin Kelp (music)


Redemption

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 3: $100 bill
Summary:

This is a story of three people who mess up their lives. And the short story of their path to redemption and forgiveness.


Shrewd

Security Element 1: $100 bill
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A job candidate must work shrewdly to unravel a mystery in this film based on Matthew 10:16.

Credits:

Nathan Mancini, Connor Walsh, Daniel Shafer, Michael Traughber


He Cares for You

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: $100 bill
Security Element 3: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Summary:

Tony\‘s wife has locked him out of their home and as he reflects upon her words all night he could never expect what the dawn will bring.

Credits:

Tony and Elgielene Funderburk, Jason and Rachel Troyer, and the geese. Brainstorming team included: Darell Birkey, Jo Scott, Tony Funderburk, Jedidiah Ricobono, Bethany Sutherland, Jonathan Sutherland, John and Sheila Lund, Jamie Schofield, and a new colleague we met on Christian Filmmakers, Luke Holzmann.


The Man

Security Element 1: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A man\‘s search for the one who destroyed his life.

Credits:

Starring Rainier Butler. A film by Daniel Bittner, Brian Lohr, Gary Voelker,  Josiah Savage and Sam Young. With assistance by Andrew Hogson, Jeff Spohn, Jenni Guyer, Kaitlin Lohr, and Rachel Rowland.


Hero

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A downcast boy rises above adversity following the example of his hero.

Credits:

Paul & Sheilah Munger - Writers & producers; Chuck Fultz - Storyboard, titles and credits; Ryan Bruce - Director


Billings Montana Hobos

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Line: "I forgive you."
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A day in the life of Billings Montana hobos.

Credits:

Directed by Three Kings Cinema; Writer-Audrey King; Hobo1- JD King; Hobo2- Hank Moore; Driver- Cody King; Music- Incompetech.com


Responsiblity

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 3: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Summary:

A family decides that their son/brother Michael, needs to learn a lesson in responsibility. The four older children and a few friends come up with a plan to help him learn his lesson.

Credits:

Hannah Nolte, Michael Nolte, Josh Nolte, Janie Smiley, Rachel Caldwell, Becca Reeves, Caleb Johnson, Louis Capps, Alicia Capps, Krista Capps, Kara Capps, Ariana Capps, William Gonzales


Return

Security Element 1: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 2: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 3: $100 bill
Summary:

A rebellious son returns to make things right with his father.

Credits:

Geno DiMaria, Anthony DiMaria, Gene DiMaria, Dominic DiMaria, Ezekiel DiMaria, John DiMaria, Janet DiMaria


A Dim Light

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 3: Line: "I forgive you."
Summary:

In a future where beliefs are outlawed and free thinking condemned, Joseph Baros has chosen to take a stand. But at what cost? Warning: Those with young children should be advised this film contains some violent content that may not be suitable for those under the age of 10.

Credits:

Director/Co-Writer: Brandon Rice; Associate Producer/Co-Writer: Daniel Noa; Director of Photography: Geoff Reisner; Makeup Effects: Camille LaBry; Music by: Gustav Hoyer


The Zone

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 3: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Summary:

A young man goes to soccer field and meets a lot of people inside a goalie net that they call \“the zone\”. He attempts to get them out of the zone (their comfort zone).

Credits:

Director - Josh Cisewski; Assistant Director - Michael Dahlager; Crew & Actors - Josh Cisewski, Michael Dahlager, Matthew Dahlager, Matthew Dehn, Brady Lundy, Kevin Kessler, Samuel Kessler, Mitch Hanson, Josh Clarke, Michael Cisewski, Jordan Cisewski, Rachel Cisewski


In ____

Security Element 1: $100 bill
Security Element 2: Sunrise
Security Element 3: Sunrise
Summary:

While trying expose the evils of a New Global Currency, an aspiring video blogger stuns his viewers and we are left wondering \“Can a lie tell the Truth?\”

Credits:

A \“Documentary\” by Subtext Semantics, Austin, TX; Written, Produced and Directed by Kirk Cameron; Photography by Jim Flores; Introducing Gary Rose.


Mother Angel

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 3: Sunrise
Summary:

When I grew up, we had an angel watching over us.

Credits:

James Dawson Crofts, Drew Curley


Pursuit

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

A pair of treasure hunters find a historical box after a long search.  Before they can leave the mine where they found it, two disguised men steal the box at gunpoint and escape in a powerful sports car.  The treasure hunters and a group of nearby friends must desperately try to find a way to stop the thieves and recover the box!

Credits:

Producer – Micah Neidhart; Director – Luke Jimmink, Micah Neidhart; Director of Photography – Stephen Bruno & Joshua Jimmink; Screenplay by – Micah Neidhart & Joel Pederson; Camera Crew – Stephen Bruno, Joshua Jimmink, Daniel Bruno; Production Team – Stephen Bunch, Brielle Jimmink, Joshua Jimmink, Luke Jimmink, Matthew Jimmink, Rick Jimmink, Micah Neidhart, Lydia Neidhart, Evan Pederson, Joel Pederson; Good Guys – Stephen Bunch, Ronnie Charter, Greg Elsasser, Mark Stanford, Brielle Jimmink, Rachel Land, Matthew Jimmink, Sean McCormick, Rick Jimmink, Steve Keel, Lydia Neidhart, Mandy White, Joel Pederson, “Hipo” McMitchell; Bad Guys – Joshua Jimmink – Damon Shields, Luke Jimmink – Andre Blackhorst, Haggis Protestors – Ahryun Bunch, Samantha Bunch, Sarah Bunch, Shannon Bunch, Sophia Bunch, Stephen Bunch, Charmaine Jimmink, Akzila Neidhart, Cathy Neidhart, Micah Neidhart, Nathanael Neidhart, Evan Pederson; Special Thanks To – Chris Bedford, Charmaine Jimmink, Nathan LeMaster


The Artist

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 3: $100 bill
Summary:

Girl whose life has fallen apart, finds new hope in Christ.

Credits:

Justin Cardoza, Kimberly Cardoza, Rob Tull, Alicia Doran, Matt Soriano, Carissa Jenkins, Christian Lingner, Schuyler Dalenberg, Sheila McElroy, Anna McElroy, Heidi Cardoza, Chrissy Wimmel, Sarah Wilhite


The Boy and the Templar

Security Element 1: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 2: Line: "You're holding it in your hand."
Security Element 3: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Summary:

An imaginative boy learns a lesson about obedience.

Credits:

Director: James Casson; Starring: Jimmy Broyden, Isaac Broyden; Composer: Daniel Casson


The Assistant

Security Element 1: Binoculars (or spyglass)
Security Element 2: Dutch angle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_angle)
Security Element 3: $100 bill
Summary:

A young lady struggles with pleasing both of her bosses while trying to solve a crime.

Credits:

Jon Gray, Emily Miller, Hannah Miller, Christy Miller, Peter Gray, Alex Obregon


The Right Stuff

Security Element 1: Sunrise
Security Element 2: Disguise (could include fake mustache, monster mask, etc.)
Security Element 3: Sunrise
Summary:

Jack battles bad guys while getting some STUFF for the Boss! THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR AWESOMENESS!! Also we will not refund anytime wasted on this video should you think it was wasted. No one is claiming responsibility for the terrible audio cleanup job. We Actually used all the security elements. See if you can spot them!

Credits:

THE RIGHT STUFF: Written by Chris Ong and Alice Ong. Story help Annie Sechrist. Edited Chris Ong, Alice Ong, Michael Ransom. Actors: Brandon Ong, Rollin Borawski, Michael Ransom, Christian Hill, MaryBeth Clifford, Abi Clifford, Chris Ong. Directed: Chris Ong. (pyro technics that were never used because we had to cut this so friggin short: Norm Ramsel, Chris Ong,  Michael Ransom.(Sersiously Nathaniel it needs to be a 5 min limit!!) Sound: Non Sequiter. Firearm Safety: Alden Hill of the Greeley Police Force. Filmed On location in Colorado.