I'm a filmmaker who enjoys being creative, taking photography, working with graphic design, writing music, traveling to new places and meeting people.
Jesus Christ has been in more films, more film subjects and more documentaries than you can imagine.
The highest grossing Christian film, Passion of the Christ, made over $1 Billion.
Sony has recently invested more millions into its "Affirm" film section.
So religion, especially Christianity, is most important to the topic of film.
Second, I spoke on gender dysphoria which is a real disease. That is not religion.
Third, Christianity is not a myth and a legend. Unless you discount antiquity, archeology, history and eye witness facts as 'myths' and 'legends.'
The only myth being discussed is that a man can somehow become a woman. That is biologically impossible. And vice versa.
So you can condemn my 'morality'? What makes you right and me wrong?
Gender Dysphoria is a real disease and we should not promote it within our culture and especially to our children. People don't even know where to go to the bathroom anymore.
Children are now being taught their genitilia doesn't determine their gender.
Now, as far as these comments relating to filmmaking: I prove this with my comments.
Filmmaking addressing huge topics in culture and brings light to various issues to both stir controversy and emotion.
That is why filmmaking is such a powerful tool.
I have every right to oppose dangerous teaching however.
He is not a prolific director. Between the iPhone 'stunt' and the hot, controversial topic of transgenderism, coupled with the overzealous liberalism cultivating the film space, this piece took off.
It doesn't mean it is good or worthy of one's time.
The disease (gender dysphoria) of transgenderism is real. This is akin to celebrating bolimea and anorexia. Even many medical scientists from John Hopskins hospitals won't do the controversial surgeries.
Being a director in current culture is more about seeing who can do the most controversial liberal topics of the day - not necessarily about making good cinema.
Here's my second video ever of a wedding. A camera is BMCC 2.5k shot prores and B/C Cameras are 5dmkII's.
I grabbed audio off board, levels were good but once in the editing booth I found out all the audio was trashed and clipped. So I had to do a ton of editing on audio which took days.
Second, I try not to get close to the ceremony so we were far away from the people. My 200mm on the BMCC is a 450mm.
Third, we have no steady cam, sliders or custom rigs. I used a heavy old tripod (50 pounds with a fluid head) for the BMCC and bought two video monopods and found they barely hold the BMCC w the L70-200mm 2.8.
Finally, my editing style is different than traditional wedding videos, faster, more cuts, I re-created and edited some of the music too.
I don't know, thoughts? Critiques welcome. Thanks!
Ahh yes, another somebody drunk on bias from the media thinking their rant is warranted. How about you get back to work, stop the libel and fallacious attack and come up with something original.
He knows Davinci and was making a tutorial but... I couldn't get into the grade. Very amaturish. I know its hard with the poor lighting and bland set but still, it could of been more polished.