It has been my privilege to travel to Africa numerous times. It has also been my privilege to tell stories of individuals and families who’s lives are filled with faith, in spite of trials. The spiritual journey of the Sam family from South Africa is such a story.
For throw-back Thursday, I wanted to post a demo we did many years ago with some very dear friends and talented folks. Enjoy, and, if you’re ever in need of film, video, graphic design, web or print, give me a call. We do good work. We accomplish your objectives. And, we have fun doing it.
James Dalrymple – Writer, Director, Producer, Editor
Nils Lindstrom – Partner
Laura Hatch – Secretary
Roger Jones – The Big Client
Kenny Gioseffi – Cinematographer
Mike LaVallee – Sound
This is a short demo film we did a few years ago. We wanted to have some fun and play with the integration of CGI with live action. Comments are welcome.
Mad Scientist • Bert Emmett
Mad Scientist Assistant • Sara Kay Rinde
Mad Organist • James Dalrymple
James Dalrymple: Writer • Producer • Director • Cinemtographer
H. Scott Randal • Editor • Sound Mixer
Dean Jones • Computer Animation • 3D Modeling & Compositing
Robert Tyck • Location Sound Recording • ADR
Nils Lindstrom • Storyboard Artist
Candy Elder • Hair & Makeup
Michael Wood • Music Research
Caralee Hill • Set P.A.
Jenny and David have the perfect family; it’s just, someone’s missing. Jenny’s life takes an interesting twist when she is visited by a child from Another world. This is the movie trailer for a film I wrote, directed and edited a few years ago. Life Chronicles 1: Another is a romantic drama with spiritual overtones. Starring Mirriam Durrie and David Watson. Cinematography by Kenny Gioseffi. Original score by Brad Smith with original songs by Leroy Wolfgramm.
Funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Safety Administration and in conjunction with the Glendora Police Department, Imagine is a Public Service Announcement designed to prevent drunk driving, especially among teens.
James Dalrymple–Writer, director, producer, editor, composer
Following decades of war, violent strife, economic turmoil and the ebola crisis, Sierra Leoneans carry on. On December 2, 2012, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland organized the 3,000th stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in this West African nation. There are many ways to die in Africa; nevertheless, the light of love and peace shines on the Lion of the Mountains.
What an amazing experience–spending time on the Navajo/Hopi reservation in Arizona. The air is dry. The land is barren. Yet, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is working with the Native American population to cause the desert to blossom as the rose. The Navajo Hopi Gardening project is teaching Native Americans the skills to be self-sufficient by growing their own food. This project is helping these people return to their roots of living off the land. In the process, many lives are changing, as the barren land yields marvelous fruits. Check out this short documentary film I was privileged to work on.
Curtis Anderson–2nd Camera/Sound
Emily Davis–Production Assistance