Take an early look at the SFM 2012 outreach project.
The School of Frontier Media (SFM) recently came back from outreach in Southeast Asia – an amazing time producing films for unreached peoples in that region of the world. It went amazing well, with God providing for our team and for these projects all the way through, up until the last moment.
Our student, Nathan shared some of his thoughts over the course of our time on the field. He writes:
Having a good project produced depends on a good group of team members, and I have certainly been blessed with that. The local people we are working with have been really fun people whom I've been able to get to know. I really love people, and interacting with new people and making friends and it has certainly been easy doing so.
I absolutely love travelling, so coming to Southeast Asia to work on a film project has been very exciting, and an incredible opportunity. I have practised my skills in the different parts of the production: lighting, sound, camera, and I have really enjoyed it.
The day we had to re-shoot [because we discovered at the last minute that one actor could not appear in the movie], and figure out how to deal with the problem was a good experience to learn to problem solve, and come up with solutions to fix the problem.
This outreach has taught me many things that I will carry on with: working on a team, listening to instructions, applying lessons and advice, and much more.
One of our team members has cut together a short trailer for this evangelistic drama. Have a look at it here!