Greg Fromholz - Director/ Creative Director/ Writer Showreel
Eugene Peterson Documentary
Will Reagan & United Pursuits
All Sons and Daughters
Tony Campolo Documentary
Phyllis Tickle Documentary
In the film “Peterson; In-Between the Man and the Message” we look to embrace Eugene and Jan’s life at home, as a family, and even into a canoe across Flathead Lake; as we welcome a story of refined and marinated wisdom to wash over us in silence and spoken word; and as we capture for generations an intimate glimpse of a humble man, whose life and work has shaped the way we live.
Executive Producer - Don Pape of NavPress
Director - Greg Fromholz
DP - Joseph von Meding
Producers - Emma Good and Nathan Riley of Tiny Ark
Tony Campolo: Divine Dissatisfaction is a short-form, legacy documentary capturing the beautiful humanity and distilled wisdom of 82 year old sociologist, pastor, author and former spiritual advisor to U.S. President Bill Clinton. LINK to Documentary
I loved Directing and collaborating on this video with these wonderful humans, llamas and friends at Rend Collective, the joy is real.
“They say you are only as good as where you come from. But that never stopped him.” - Notorious - The Legend of Conor McGregor
It was an honour to Line Produce & collaborate on this shoot with my creative friends at Evolve for ESPN at Crumlin Boxing Club and off the Cliffs of Moher.
A few months ago I traveled, with Tearfund, to the Syrian border in the Beqaa Valley of Lebanon to film the extreme crisis of the millions of displaced Syrian refugees. It was an honour beyond words to be welcomed by such heart-breaking bravery & resilient joy; they had lost everything yet they opened their plastic & tin homes & told their stories.
Since then the footage we shot has gone on to assist in inspiring to raise over £50,000 (sterling) to continue in assisting in sheltering & feeding the Syrian refugees. This 6min video is viewable here. I hope it continues to give a glimpse of the extremes by which those who are displaced live & a voice to those most in need.
We as Paradoxology- our sacred space tent at Electric Picnic- also stood in solidarity by "twinning" ourselves with refugee tents- raising awareness & funds by team donation, as well as serving as a depot to collect donated tents & sleeping bags from those attending.
We need to continue in our collective response.
(If you are looking for a way to respond please visit, www.tearfund.org/refugeeresponse)
Directed by Joseph von Meding and Greg Fromholz