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Excerpt from Glimpses of Heaven - George Littlechild
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Yet each of these men has dedicated his life to the pursuit of beauty and the urge to voice his...
I spent a good chunk of my life in school. Toward the end of my PhD I decided to sit down and think hard about the lessons I've learned and my greatest teachers.
Ever since I can remember, I've had a film or a video camera in my hands. It was a long-time dream for me to make a film. While wrapping up my PhD in Communications I realized that my background and studies had equipped me to make a documentary film.
Glimpses of Heaven is a feature-length documentary film that explores the power of the human spirit when moved by moxie, courage, and compassion.
As a small child, Peter Gary lay helpless while his mother took the brunt of Nazi machine gun fire meant for both of them. Left to die in a desolate forest with only a handful of other survivors, Gary narrowly escaped his own extermination on a frigid Christmas Eve in 1941.
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