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Bondservant Sermon Series Promo

For this short, we used a Canon C200, Aputure lighting, and a Dana Dolly. The dolly was a great asset for this project as it helped us enhance the drama of the over-the-top series starter pitch, as well as the ensuing betrayal. Our biggest challenge was coming up with the video itself. We knew the series title was “Bondservant”, and that the pastor would love something in the spirit of a James Bond film, but had no idea how to do that and it be relevant to the text we would be covering during the series. That dilemma eventually sparked this idea, which our congregation loved! It’s not often you get to use humor for a series starter, so it was a lot of fun to create.

Anger City Limits | “Loose Cannon”

Video 5/5: This video series is the biggest project we’ve ever produced. It includes a trailer to promote our series “Anger City Limits” as well as four individual weekly sermon bumpers. We took a lot of inspiration from old spaghetti westerns in terms of shooting style and production design. Luckily, we have an old west museum in our city that served as a film backlot for the majority of this shoot. That gave us a great foundation to work with. Another crucial aspect to this project was our set shop team. They built a practical sign for us to film for the end title as well as some saloon doors and several other props for us to use on location. We had a lot to shoot in just a few days so scheduling to be as efficient as possible was absolutely critical. With so many exterior scenes, we were very dependent on the weather. However, we ended up only having to work around one day of rain, so we adjusted and moved our interior poker scene to that day. The wind, on the other hand, seems to never cease in Kansas, so we had to be extra careful in rigging our exterior equipment to be as safe as possible on set. All in all, this project was incredibly rewarding and easily one of our favorites that we’ve ever made.

Director/DP: Justin Arwood
Art Director/Graphic Design: TJ Nix
1st AD: Tiffany Nix
1st AC/Gaffer: Jonah Gibson
Steadicam: Luke Whitmire
Key Grip: Jack Clayton
Visual Effects/Animation: DJ Mahannah
Sound: Cristina Arias
Production Assistant: Tracy Larsen
Makeup: Juli Kubish

Equipment:
Canon C200
Tokina Cinema Vista Lenses
Steadicam Aero 30
Kessler Shuttle Dolly
Astera Titan Tubes
Arri M18

Anger City Limits | “Where The Bodies Are Buried”

Video 4/5: This video series is the biggest project we’ve ever produced. It includes a trailer to promote our series “Anger City Limits” as well as four individual weekly sermon bumpers. We took a lot of inspiration from old spaghetti westerns in terms of shooting style and production design. Luckily, we have an old west museum in our city that served as a film backlot for the majority of this shoot. That gave us a great foundation to work with. Another crucial aspect to this project was our set shop team. They built a practical sign for us to film for the end title as well as some saloon doors and several other props for us to use on location. We had a lot to shoot in just a few days so scheduling to be as efficient as possible was absolutely critical. With so many exterior scenes, we were very dependent on the weather. However, we ended up only having to work around one day of rain, so we adjusted and moved our interior poker scene to that day. The wind, on the other hand, seems to never cease in Kansas, so we had to be extra careful in rigging our exterior equipment to be as safe as possible on set. All in all, this project was incredibly rewarding and easily one of our favorites that we’ve ever made.

Director/DP: Justin Arwood
Art Director/Graphic Design: TJ Nix
1st AD: Tiffany Nix
1st AC/Gaffer: Jonah Gibson
Steadicam: Luke Whitmire
Key Grip: Jack Clayton
Visual Effects/Animation: DJ Mahannah
Sound: Cristina Arias
Production Assistant: Tracy Larsen
Makeup: Juli Kubish

Equipment:
Canon C200
Tokina Cinema Vista Lenses
Steadicam Aero 30
Kessler Shuttle Dolly
Astera Titan Tubes
Arri M18

Anger City Limits | “Think Again, Partner!”

Video 3/5: This video series is the biggest project we’ve ever produced. It includes a trailer to promote our series “Anger City Limits” as well as four individual weekly sermon bumpers. We took a lot of inspiration from old spaghetti westerns in terms of shooting style and production design. Luckily, we have an old west museum in our city that served as a film backlot for the majority of this shoot. That gave us a great foundation to work with. Another crucial aspect to this project was our set shop team. They built a practical sign for us to film for the end title as well as some saloon doors and several other props for us to use on location. We had a lot to shoot in just a few days so scheduling to be as efficient as possible was absolutely critical. With so many exterior scenes, we were very dependent on the weather. However, we ended up only having to work around one day of rain, so we adjusted and moved our interior poker scene to that day. The wind, on the other hand, seems to never cease in Kansas, so we had to be extra careful in rigging our exterior equipment to be as safe as possible on set. All in all, this project was incredibly rewarding and easily one of our favorites that we’ve ever made.

Director/DP: Justin Arwood
Art Director/Graphic Design: TJ Nix
1st AD: Tiffany Nix
1st AC/Gaffer: Jonah Gibson
Steadicam: Luke Whitmire
Key Grip: Jack Clayton
Visual Effects/Animation: DJ Mahannah
Sound: Cristina Arias
Production Assistant: Tracy Larsen
Makeup: Juli Kubish

Equipment:
Canon C200
Tokina Cinema Vista Lenses
Steadicam Aero 30
Kessler Shuttle Dolly
Astera Titan Tubes
Arri M18

Anger City Limits | “This Town Ain’t Big Enough For Both Of Us”

Video 2/5: This video series is the biggest project we’ve ever produced. It includes a trailer to promote our series “Anger City Limits” as well as four individual weekly sermon bumpers. We took a lot of inspiration from old spaghetti westerns in terms of shooting style and production design. Luckily, we have an old west museum in our city that served as a film backlot for the majority of this shoot. That gave us a great foundation to work with. Another crucial aspect to this project was our set shop team. They built a practical sign for us to film for the end title as well as some saloon doors and several other props for us to use on location. We had a lot to shoot in just a few days so scheduling to be as efficient as possible was absolutely critical. With so many exterior scenes, we were very dependent on the weather. However, we ended up only having to work around one day of rain, so we adjusted and moved our interior poker scene to that day. The wind, on the other hand, seems to never cease in Kansas, so we had to be extra careful in rigging our exterior equipment to be as safe as possible on set. All in all, this project was incredibly rewarding and easily one of our favorites that we’ve ever made.

Director/DP: Justin Arwood
Art Director/Graphic Design: TJ Nix
1st AD: Tiffany Nix
1st AC/Gaffer: Jonah Gibson
Steadicam: Luke Whitmire
Key Grip: Jack Clayton
Visual Effects/Animation: DJ Mahannah
Sound: Cristina Arias
Production Assistant: Tracy Larsen
Makeup: Juli Kubish

Equipment:
Canon C200
Tokina Cinema Vista Lenses
Steadicam Aero 30
Kessler Shuttle Dolly
Astera Titan Tubes
Arri M18

“Anger City Limits” | Message Series

Video 1/5: This video series is the biggest project we’ve ever produced. It includes a trailer to promote our series “Anger City Limits” as well as four individual weekly sermon bumpers. We took a lot of inspiration from old spaghetti westerns in terms of shooting style and production design. Luckily, we have an old west museum in our city that served as a film backlot for the majority of this shoot. That gave us a great foundation to work with. Another crucial aspect to this project was our set shop team. They built a practical sign for us to film for the end title as well as some saloon doors and several other props for us to use on location. We had a lot to shoot in just a few days so scheduling to be as efficient as possible was absolutely critical. With so many exterior scenes, we were very dependent on the weather. However, we ended up only having to work around one day of rain, so we adjusted and moved our interior poker scene to that day. The wind, on the other hand, seems to never cease in Kansas, so we had to be extra careful in rigging our exterior equipment to be as safe as possible on set. All in all, this project was incredibly rewarding and easily one of our favorites that we’ve ever made.

Director/DP: Justin Arwood
Art Director/Graphic Design: TJ Nix
1st AD: Tiffany Nix
1st AC/Gaffer: Jonah Gibson
Steadicam: Luke Whitmire
Key Grip: Jack Clayton
Visual Effects/Animation: DJ Mahannah
Sound: Cristina Arias
Production Assistant: Tracy Larsen
Makeup: Juli Kubish

Equipment:
Canon C200
Tokina Cinema Vista Lenses
Steadicam Aero 30
Kessler Shuttle Dolly
Astera Titan Tubes
Arri M18

Worlds Of Warfare III: The Weapons | Message Series

This video promoting our series “Worlds Of Warfare III: The Weapons” was all shot in our studio. We wanted to really focus on the weapons in this piece so our set shop built us a weapon rack to display them all on. We utilized smoke to create some atmosphere and really pushed the mood with a high-contrast lighting setup. To achieve the fire effects, we covered the sword blade and the arrow in rubber cement and lit them on fire. Shooting at a higher frame rate also helped push the style we were going for with this piece.

Equipment:
Canon C200
Tokina Cinema Vista Lenses
Kessler Shuttle Dolly
Astera Titan Tubes

Heaven | Amanda Lewallen

We concluded a message series about Heaven with a worship night where this video served as the opener.

Amanda Lewallen, seen in this video, brought a poem she wrote inspired by the series to our worship director. We had her cut down the poem a bit for time and then had her come in to read it. We had planned on using multiple angles and movement but it all took away from the actual words of the poem. In the final edit we cut it down to this simple one take front-on shot and used the colors, overlays, and music to build with the poem in post.

Best “Indie” 2021

Dangerous Disciplines

The setup for this one was a Panasonic G85 on a DJI RS2 gimbal and a single overhead light source in the middle of our empty auditorium. We have a small creative team of about 3 people, but this shoot took place in the middle of a busy project season. So my wife & I set up the scenes and took turns behind the camera shooting these workout broll-style shots. In the end, I was pretty pumped with the result.

Music Director- Peter Infanger
Edited by Parker Lee