The 2016 MWCFA Official Production

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*drumroll* Announcing . . . the release of the 2016 Academy Official Production! We were honored to work with Foltz Trucking Inc this year. They were so gracious, service-orientated, professional, and great at what they do!

 

We are so thankful for the many, many people who worked to make this film a reality. We couldn’t have done it without you!

(A full behind the scenes post will be forthcoming!)

Credits:

Written & Directed By:
Andrew Bartlett

1st Assistant Director:
Hannah Kenney

Director of Photography:
John-Clay Burnett

Art Director:
Carol Green-Kiemle

Location Sound & Sound Design By:
Joseph Santoyo

Logistics Coordinator:
Lori Kenney

Aerial Cinematography By:
Boone Caughey (Turn 2 Creative)

Edited By:
John-Clay Burnett
Andrew Bartlett

Craft Services:
Lori Kenney
Courtney Gilbert

Production Assistants:
Caleb Gehrke
Hannah Huwe
Logan Millar
Aaron Potter
Micah Versemann
Benjamin Wilson
Joe Turman
Sarah Burnett

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Andrew Bartlett is one of the co-founders of Bartlett Productions, a small media company based out of northern North Dakota. He has a passion for serving Christ through the visual arts and has had the opportunity to work on a number of films as well as produce marketing materials for businesses and organizations. Andrew is also the Director of the Midwest Christian Filmmakers Academy, where aspiring filmmakers can learn the craft in a hands-on way.

  • Andrew Wyatt

    Awesome job! It’s encouraging to see the progression of quality in your videos. This is excellence!

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  • Mark Nelson

    Wait, what’s the difference between this and the ‘student film’?

    • Hey Mark! The student film is the project that the students themselves create from scratch during the academy (and work as production heads on). This film is the “official production” that they get to work on as production assistants to get experience what it’s like an an actual live film set!

      • Mark Nelson

        Ok, thanks.