A Short Christmas Film
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In this 11:32 video, it took four days for Brent Mann, the Media Director at Highland Village Church in Bloomington, Indiana, to handle filming, along with a number of hours of editing.
The equipment used during this filming featured a Panasonic LUMIX GH5 camera, attached to a AtomOS Inferno recording monitor to get the best quality possible.
What was spent to complete the film project was less than $500. All the props, locations, and actors were donated or from the church. The music was provided through the websites Art List and Soundstripe.
The person who served as the main actor in the film was actually a high level manger for an electrical company in the area.
For smaller or medium churches, such a project is certainly possible, as Highland Village runs at around 230 people, and was able to complete such a project.
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