Sunday, October 30, 2011
We(my church's filmteam) made some trailers for a church event for youths. Since this would happen on another place than usual, we made a trailer of the road between!
This is most often fridaynight party in the church where all the youths in the city are invited, it's popular with over 900 fans on facebook! Watch the bottom video to see what a Viva La Vida-church party night can be like!
this really cool song, in support for children charity too. "Hold on, to the One - hold tight, to the light"!
For this last video, we let the chiefhost, the cool youthleader in the other church we cowork with for these events inform about it. Unfortunately too bad sound because I forgot to switch on the mic on the main camera.
And exclusively on my blog, the draft of one trailer we wouldn't show or publish. We realized that it was too similar to the Utøya massacre. We really had to consider about that, because several youths using to attend this event, was actually at Utøya and survived the massacre.
And some behind the scenes photos:
And some photos from the actual event:
More photos in the photoalbum.
And this video produced by my brother on an ordinary Viva La Vida-church party night! And the awesome music by a friend. Watch it HD here.
Sunday, October 09, 2011
Me and some friends has started a filmteam in the church. And this is our first project, a little introduction-film to the sermon. Just quite annoying that it is in norwegian, this language we've been cursed by God to speak, after the confusion of tongues in Babel(but thats another theological discussion if languages is a curse or blessing). But the film is about that you can change the world and make a difference.
Recording at last with the main character. For the first scene, after we had driven to the location to film in the city center, we discovered we had forgot the main character at the church campus.
|You can change the world!|
|Give to the poor!|
|Tha preacher introduces his theme for the sermon in the video.|
|Here is by the way our pastor!|
Thursday, October 06, 2011
This is parkour/freerunning! I was so fascinated after watching it on youtube that I had to find a group doing it. Really cool to meet the traceurs(parkourpeople), and see their awesome jumps and tricks!
They learned me some foundational techniques, but it wasn't easy. Was a bit disappointed, since it seems to be so easy on youtube! :) I have to try more to see if I have the abilities and patience to learn some foundational parkour.
Amazing new video with one of the cool traceurs I met! As you see parkour can be really useful! (PS: not mine videoes)
and another one with the same guy!
|The same guy in the longest jump I've ever seen!|
Another amazing video. This is more freerunning, just like parkour but with more acrobatics. Parkour is more about efficiency than style, the fastest way between two points without unnecessary acrobatics.
All parkour-pics here.