Movie-Making Friars Recreate Fatima | Thing in a Pot Productions

By October 26, 2016Fi News, From the Web, News

Ave Maria!

I already mentioned this in the article I posted yesterday, way down in the photo stream, but I thought I would give it its own post. Katie Breidenbach at Thing in a Pot Productions who helped so much with the movie production posted this nice article with so many beautiful pictures. Great job Katie. She will be posting a news video soon.

An exclusive look behind-the-scenes of a new movie being created by two Franciscan Friars. Nearly 100 years ago, the Virgin Mary appeared to three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal. In the year preceding the Marian apparition, an angel visited the children three times to teach them how to pray. Friars Didacus and Gabriel Cortes, brothers by blood as well as vocation, are recreating these angelic visits for a new short film. Clad in the humble gray robes of the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate, the brothers harness the best of technology to capture their vision; including a drone, a camera crane, 4K video cameras, and real live sheep.

Source: Movie-Making Friars Recreate Fatima | Thing in a Pot Productions

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