So many amazing things have happened following the release of PISTEVO “I Believe,” but this has to be the most incredible one so far! The film was hand delivered to His All Holiness, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople on July 5. In the Eastern Orthodox Church, he is regarded as the “first amount equals,” and is the spiritual leader of the world’s 300 million Orthodox Christians.
When I first started working for CBS News in Boston, a freelance cameraperson named David Marlin hired me to help him work the 1984 presidential campaign.
Thirty years later, I’m back at CBS as one of the professionals working with a new breed of digital journalists. I visited 2 weeks ago to teach the journalists how to use their equipment and capture the best footage possible as they travel the country over the next 15 months following the 2016 presidential candidates.
MiB Mediaworks was thankful for the grateful gestures of His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America at the premiere of PISTEVO “I Believe” at the Greek Orthodox Church of Our Saviour in Rye, NY.
Here MiB Mediaworks Director Mark Brodie and PISTEVO “I Believe’s” Producer/Writer Taryn Grimes-Herbert shake hands with His Eminence at the luncheon before the film screened to a room of 400 people.
On April 23, we traveled to the renowned Harvard Club of New York where Newark Academy hosted “A Conversation with Joe Borlo.”
Seventy-nine alumni, representing four decades of NA history, turned out to hear from one of their finest and most beloved former teachers. The program was structured as an interview, with current Humanities teacher Benson Hawk posing questions that allowed Joe Borlo to ruminate on various topics including the genesis of his career,
One of two segments we did for the NFL Man of the Year Awards aired on the NFL Network during the Super Bowl. Aaron Rodgers, quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, was one of the nominees for excellence off the field.
THANKS FOR BEING PART OF OUR EPIC JOURNEY…
10 YEARS IN THE MAKING
In my career as a broadcast editor, corporate film director, and documentary filmmaker, I’ve had many proud moments but I wouldn’t be here without my family, friends, colleagues and valued clients. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued support and encouragement over the last ten years.
With the help of cinematographer/editor Gasper Chairamonte, a Bronze Telly was awarded to Director Mark Brodie for a web video on Funny Car Racing. A second Bronze Telly was awarded to Brodie for a recruitment video produced for Mount Sinai Medical Center, and a Fexy Animation Award was awarded for their combined work on the opening/closing animation for the 30th National News Emmy’s Award Show.