December 10, 2008
BEHIND THE SCENES: This video gives you a true glimpse into the making of our film.
The NTMfilms team consists of Macon Hare, Ian Fallis & Regina Sullivan (NTM) Nate Griffin & Stephen Proctor (gi*inc) & Ben Smallbone (Radiate Films).
Look for the release of new short film in Spring of 2009.
Music by Rivertribe.
December 8, 2008
This video features a conversation with Stephen Crockett, missionary to the Moi Tribe. He describes what the Moi believed was the creation of man.
December 7, 2008
Two of our team members, Nate Griffin and Ian Fallis, have all the symptoms of Malaria. As we wait for test results, please pray for them both.
December 7, 2008
The third video of five. It features a conversation with Stephen Crockett, missionary to the Moi Tribe. He describes the Moi’s concept of the world around them.
December 5, 2008
NTMfilms team arrives at the Moi Tribe in the Asia-Pacific region to begin shooting for the upcoming short film.
This video features the amazing culture of the Moi people, highlighting their awesome singing & dancing.
December 4, 2008
THE TEAM IS BACK HOME!
Over the next few days, we’ll give you a rough glimpse of their trip into the Moi tribe. It’s amazing to know that these videos were developed on the trip!
Sit back, fasten your seatbelts, and enjoy the ride.
(from Proctor, from his Worship VJ blog)
We finally made it home from our trip to the Moi Tribe! The filming went great, and now we have a LOT of work to do. The editing process has begun & the soundtrack is being scored. We should expect the release of the main short film to be in early Spring of 2009. And I’ll be sure to let you know when that happens! We also have a few others surprises up our sleeve, but I’ll let you know about those when the time comes.
Today, I’ll begin posting a series of behind-the-scenes videos that we shot along the way. This first video takes you with us on the journey into the Moi Tribe in the Asia-Pacific region. And for the next five days, I’ll be posting a new behind-the-scenes video that is sure to make your jaw drop! So be sure and check back each day!
December 2, 2008
In less than 48 hours we’ll be home.
We had to allow some extra days at the end of our adventure, in case we needed to film more, or the weather kept us from flying out.
Early Wednesdat morning here, we leave the Asia-Pacific region. Then we spend 28 hours in planes and airports — mostly planes — and get back Wednesday afternoon. Talk about a long day!
We’ll keep you posted here on how the film is coming, what’s next, and even how you can help with future projects.